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Kicks for Kidneys donation

Kicks for Kidneys donation

Matthew Temple presents a check for $2,500 to Kim Forren with the Kidney Foundation of Northwest Ohio, as his parents, Tracy and Anne Temple look on. The Kenton youth, who…

Ridgeway’s Logan Co. residents continue to pay for two fire levies

RIDGEWAY — Residents in Ridgeway who live on the Logan County portion of the divided village will be paying for two fire protection levies for the next five years and…

Civic agenda: August 13, 2014

WEDNESDAY, AUG. 13 Jackson-Forest Ambulance Board – 7 p.m., township hall Washington Township trustees – 8 p.m., township house, Dola THURSDAY, AUG. 14 Family Stability Team meeting – 10 a.m.…

Ben Logan prepares for first day of school

BELLEFONTAINE — The first day of school for Benjamin Logan students in grades 1-12 will be Wednesday, Aug. 20. Kindergarten orientation will be held on Aug. 20 from 9 a.m.…

Book sale, discussion group in Mt. Victory

MOUNT VICTORY — The Ridgemont Public Library in Mount Victory is having a book sale the entire month of August. A large variety of books and items are available. The…

Repairs set on Fairground Rd.

Fairground Road between U.S. 68 and Steiner Avenue in Kenton will be closed for repairs beginning at 7 a.m. Thursday, announced Safety Service Director Jim Hites.…

Area driver charged in crash that killed Kenton man

MARYSVILLE — An area driver has been charged for causing a fatal crash in Union County earlier this year that claimed the life of a Kenton man. The Union County…

R’head man pleads guilty to two charges

BELLEFONTAINE — A Hardin County man pleaded guilty Monday in Logan County Common Pleas Court to stealing a firearm from a former employer and to attempting to sell fake cocaine.…

Passionate athletic supporters drew Leddy to Kenton

Passionate athletic supporters drew Leddy to Kenton

New Kenton City Schools Athletic Director Mike Leddy said it was the reputation of the Kenton’s passionate athletic supporters that brought him to town. Leddy officially took over the position…

Kenton’s Issue II street project off until 2015

Kenton’s “yes-no-yes-no-yes” wait for $500,000 in Issue II funding to help grind and resurface parts of 12 streets apparently is a “no” again for the 2014 paving season. Safety Service…