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MV native maintains homes for the disabled

MV native maintains homes for the disabled

With a background in industrial arts teaching, Dean McCullough has found a niche in helping maintain homes for the developmentally disabled. McCullough, a Mount Victory native who still lives at…

Two McGuffey men injured in crash

McGUFFEY — Two McGuffey men were transported to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries following a one-vehicle crash Saturday afternoon on Ohio 195 in Marion Township. According to a…

Kenton office supply store Roby’s closing after 108 years

Kenton office supply store Roby’s closing after 108 years

Roby’s has been a familiar business name in Kenton for more than 100 years, but the office supply store will close its doors forever April 15. The decision is based…

Waynesfield man found innocent

A jury found a Waynesfield man innocent of charges in a trial in the Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from Prosecutor Brad Bailey’s office, Nicholas A.…

R’mont makes plans for groundbreaking

RIDGEWAY — Plans for groundbreaking for Ridgemont’s preK-12 school building were discussed at the monthly school board meeting Thursday evening in Ridgeway. The ceremony is set for 2 p.m. Sunday,…

Hardin County in lower third of study rating longevity and healthier lives

Hardin County in lower third of study rating longevity and healthier lives

Most Ohioans can expect to live longer and healthier lives than the residents of Hardin County based on a report released Wednesday from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the…

Kenton announces spring cleanup plans

Kenton’s spring cleanup is set April 14-17 at the Hardin County Fairgrounds. Safety Service Director Jim Hites said the program will be operated the same as a year ago, giving…

Health department to take lead on county assessment

Hardin County will spend most of 2014 assessing its top three needs for the coming five years. While the Community Needs Assessment will benefit many entities within the county, it…

‘Bubba’ gets new life thanks to efforts of Humane Society

‘Bubba’ gets new life thanks to efforts of Humane Society

Until a few weeks ago, the future didn’t hold much hope for a young dog taken to the Hardin County Dog Shelter. The 10-month-old stray was malnourished and depressed when…

Sheriff’s department, businesses to make prom special for area girls

In her regular visits to the area high schools, Deputy Chrissy Jones realized some of the teenage girls might not have the financial means to buy a formal dress for…