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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…

Movie slated in Forest

FOREST — The Forest-Jackson Public Library will be having a movie matinee on Friday, July 25. The movie “Heaven is for Real” will be shown at 1 p.m. Popcorn and…

Fair board to meet

The Hardin County Agricultural Society will hold a special board meeting on Thursday July 17th at 7:30pm at the fair office.…

Fun in Forest

Fun in Forest

Tylynn Headington and Jackson Hankins were named the queen and king of this year’s Tree Town Festival Friday evening in Forest. The princess for this year’s festival is Carrington Vent…

Tree Town preparation

Tree Town preparation

Allison Ledesma prepares banners to be displayed at the ticket tent during this weekend’s Tree Town Festival in Forest. The activities begin tonight with a golf cart mini parade starting…

MV gets time to complete water line before Ohio 31 paving

MOUNT VICTORY — The Village of Mount Victory now has until Sept. 1 to complete its water line project before resurfacing begins on Ohio 31 through town. The Ohio Department…

Drug cases on court docket

A Kenton man was placed on community control for five years after being convicted of drug charges in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records, Rickie Leo Tillman,…

Ada reports OAA results; scoring change impacts districts

Ada reports OAA results; scoring change impacts districts

Results were mixed for area schools from the Department of Education’s annual Ohio Achievement Assessments (OAA), which were announced this week. But some educators believe the report is misleading. The…

Bark Park fundraiser focuses on dogs

The new Bark Park dog park in Kenton’s Wharton Park is proving very popular with dog owners. The dream of 10-year-old Maddi Kugel of Kenton, there are separate areas for…

Finance panel: No to more money for city street projects

Kenton City Council’s finance committee will recommend against appropriating additional money for city street projects. Chairman Brian Hattery and members Teresa Styer and Tom Taylor were unanimous in their decision,…