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1,000 pre-sale tickets helped Kenton Theatre land hit movie

1,000 pre-sale tickets helped Kenton Theatre land hit movie

The film “God’s Not Dead,” soon to be in its third week of showing at Kenton 3 Theatre, has been a major hit in the community. According to James Curlis,…

Kenton teachers get to see future classrooms during tour

Kenton teachers get to see future classrooms during tour

While roads to reach the new Kenton Elementary School are still in the planning stage, avenues and boulevards are taking shape inside the building. Some 20 elementary teachers and principals…

Pipeline replacement underway

Pipeline replacement underway

Dominion East Ohio began work last week on a $1.2 million pipeline replacement project in the area of Columbus and Barron streets in Kenton. According to a release from the…

Getting more families to use Saulisberry Park facilities is Horner’s goal

Getting more families to use Saulisberry Park facilities is Horner’s goal

Josh Horner is in his second year of running Kenton’s Saulisberry Park. After a first year in which he spent a majority of his time cleaning up the park, Horner…

Ada to review parking policies

ADA — The Ada Planning Commission will be reviewing the issue of downtown businesses providing parking following a discussion on the topic during a street committee meeting following the Ada…

Sheriff’s office finds $240,000 in drugs in impounded car

Sheriff’s office finds $240,000 in drugs in impounded car

For nearly a year, deputies at the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office wondered what was inside the 2006 Nissan Altima sitting in its impound lot. That mystery was solved Monday afternoon…

Law enforcement from four counties aims for safer U.S. 68

Law enforcement from four counties aims for safer U.S. 68

There will be a stronger law enforcement presence on U.S. 68 in Hardin, Hancock, Logan and Champaign counties in April. Representatives from the sheriff’s offices of the four counties, along…

Judge seeks community’s help with ‘his kids’

Judge seeks community’s help with ‘his kids’

County program ‘Reclaiming Futures’ of young people In the year since he became Hardin County’s juvenile court judge, Steve Christopher has grown to think of the young offenders in the…

Tiffin man admits to double murder

UPPER SANDUSKY — A Tiffin man waived his right to a trial and pleaded guilty on two counts of aggravated murder in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court on Monday. Richard…

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…