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Civic agenda: August 11, 2014

MONDAY, AUG. 11 Kenton City Council – 7:30 p.m., chambers McGuffey council – 6 p.m., chambers Patterson council – 5 p.m., Forest-Jackson Public Library Dunkirk Board of Public Affairs –…

Hardin Northern sets times to get schedules

DOLA — Hardin Northern students in grades 7-12 may pick up their schedules on Friday, Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday, Aug. 15, 18, 19 and 20 between 8:30-11:30 a.m. or 1-3…

Sheriff’s office on cutting edge with new video technology

Sheriff’s office on cutting edge with new video technology

The deputies of the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office leaped into 21st century of law enforcement late this summer and did so without busting the budget. They are now equipped with…

Ridgemont FFA named one of top chapters in nation

RIDGEWAY — The Ridgemont FFA will compete for national honors this fall for the third time in four years. Advisor Stephanie Jolliff learned late Friday the chapter has been named…

Parts of Ohio 53 to be closed for road work

Sections of Ohio 53, north of Kenton, will be closed for portions of the upcoming week for road work, according to the Ohio Department of Transportation’s District 1 office in…

HN Public Library begins sale Monday

DUNKIRK — A book/magazine/VHS sale will be held at the Hardin Northern Public Library starting Monday. Items will sell for 25 cents each or 5 for $1. Proceeds will benefit…

Byroads and Bygones: Kenton native married coaching legend Rockne

Editor’s note: This story originally ran in The Sandusky Register’s “100 Years Forward” special section on Aug. 4, 2013. It tells the story of Knute Rockne, Notre Dame coaching legend,…

Looking back: Growing up years shared

Last weekend we had the opportunity to host my husband Daniel’s parents and siblings from Danville, Ohio. We always enjoy spending time together but this was an extra treat since…

It’s back-to-school time; Helping Hands offers supplies

It’s back-to-school time; Helping Hands offers supplies

Schools across Hardin County will be opening next week and families having trouble affording the supplies their children will need can get assistance this weekend. Helping Hands Outreach will be…

Determined Kentonite seeks support for her dream

Determined Kentonite seeks support for her dream

‘Brie’ Truman sets sights on being an equestrian therapeutic therapist Throughout her life, Brieanna Truman has had to find her own way of doing things. Whether that be school work,…