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Pear trees in Ada infected by fungus need removed

ADA — Pear trees in downtown Ada have been infected with a bacterial fungus, and it won’t be too long before the trees need to be removed, according to the…

Bid accepted for Alger water meters

The Hardin County Commissioners approved the purchase of 176 water meters for the village of Alger through a Community Development Block Grant. There was only one bid submitted for the…

Civic agenda: July 16, 2014

WEDNESDAY, JULY 16 Hardin Northern Board of Education – 7 p.m., computer lab     THURSDAY, JULY 17 Hardin Soil and Water Conservation District Board – 7:30 a.m., district office,…

Kenton couple earn award

Kenton couple earn award

Jerry and Helen Long have been awarded a residential beautification award for June by Keep Hardin County Beautiful. They reside on Township Road 215 in Goshen Township, east of Kenton.…

Sale of former Alger school completed

Sale of former Alger school completed

ALGER — It wasn’t as easy as it should have been, but on Monday afternoon Values For Less became the new owners of the former Alger school building. The company,…

Pleasant Township not joining Kenton in storm siren purchase

Pleasant Township will not be joining the city of Kenton when it moves forward with plans to install a tornado siren. During the Kenton City Council’s regular meeting on Monday,…

Ada police arrest man in series of burglaries

ADA — An Ada man was arrested following a series of burglaries in the village. According to a report from Ada Police Chief Michael Harnishfeger, his department received three separate…

Looking doggone good

Looking doggone good

Lizzie is getting a beauty treatment from Jade Linn during Saturday’s Dog Daz of Summer celebration at the Bark Park in Kenton’s Wharton Park. Helping with the process is one…

Festival helpers

Festival helpers

Pictured are (from left) Ainslee Deringer, 5, Derek Courtad, 8, and Paige Courtad, 6, who helped their parents in the Tree Town Festival ticket booth Saturday. Tickets could be purchased for…

Civic agenda: July 14, 2014

MONDAY, JULY 14 Kenton City Council – 7:30 p.m., chambers Patterson council – 5 p.m., Forest-Jackson Public Library Dunkirk Board of Public Affairs – 5 p.m., town hall Cessna Township…