MONDAY, JULY 24
Kenton City Council – 7 p.m., chambers
The Hardin County Engineer’s Office announced today it will close Co. Rd. 144 between Pfeiffer Station and the Marion County line Wednesday through Saturday for road paving.
The Kenton City Schools Board of Education will be having a special board meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 25 at the Board of Education Office, located at 222 W. Carrol St. in Kenton. The meeting is being held for the purpose of hiring personnel.
Whether its the dead of the night at 2 a.m. or the bustle of the day at noon, customers know when they walk into the Fillin’ Station that in addition to a good meal, there likely will be plenty of interesting banter - whether it be among the patrons or with owners Dawn Martino and DeLea Bowers.
They also know if they drop an “F-bomb” it will cost them.
Jeff Detwiler stands with the store directory sign post he made and installed at the corner of Taylor and Main streets in Mount Victory.
Judith Marie Haas, 313 W. Lima Ave. Apt. A, Ada – speeding 45 mph in a 35 mph zone, fined $15.
William L. Robinson and wife to Summit Properties Realty Fund 1, LLC., 2.066 acres, Mount Victory Lands, in part of VMS 12179, Hale Twp. Tax $328.
Some people say that being a Christian is demanding or difficult.
So many rules to follow in trying to be a good person, to make one acceptable to God.
LIMA —Trinity Music Ministries will perform a benefit concert for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Aug. 17 at Shawnee Alliance Church, 4455 Shawnee Road, Lima.
Doors will open at 6 p.m. and the concert will start at 7 p.m.
HARROD — Music in the Park is set for 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, July 30 at Westminster Park, 6825 Faulkner Road, Harrod.
Featured performers will be Christ August, Three Bridges, Brad Brown Magic, Scott Stimmel and Arnold Coy.
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In the information technology field, no two days are ever the same for Nathan Rodenberger. But that’s exactly what he enjoys most about it.
On May 30, Rodenberger took over as IT coordinator at the Hardin County Courthouse.
After years of talk and a variety of proposals, Kenton City Council is ready to take the next step in revitalizing the downtown area.
During it’s regular meeting on Monday, Council unanimously approved a motion to contract with OHM Advisors of Columbus to help oversee the next phase of the long-term downtown project that includes not only a facelift of the area around the square, but the replacement of the infrastructure in the area, including water and sewer lines.
Property owners in Kenton who refuse to take down high grass and weeds may face more than just the cost of having the city take care of their property in the near future.
During its regular meeting on Monday, council approved - after suspending the three reading rule and passing an emergency - legislation that will make is a minor misdemeanor to be in violation of the city’s high grass and noxious weed ordinances.