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Crash injures Forest teen

Crash injures Forest teen

FOREST — A Forest teenager was critically injured in a single-vehicle crash Thursday evening in Jackson Township. Laura Renteria, 18, was driving westbound on CR 53 when she lost control…

Raises, health insurance changes part of new pact with HN teachers

DOLA — Hardin Northern teachers will get 1.5 percent raises this year and the 2014-2015 school year as well as higher pay for additional education. The three-year contract with the…

Ridgemont sets community meeting on building project

RIDGEWAY — The design phases of Ridgemont’s new preK-12 school are moving along smoothly, according to Ridgemont Superintendent Emmy Davis. During her OFCC (Ohio Facilities Construction Commission) report to the…

Serenity Stables to work with youthful offenders

Serenity Stables to work with youthful offenders

Serenity Stables Therapeutic Center Inc. in Hardin County has signed a contract with the Hardin County juvenile judicial system to provide horse instruction to adjudicated youth. The Reclaiming Futures grant…

Longtime owners are selling Kenton Theatre

Longtime owners are selling Kenton Theatre

After nearly 20 years of ownership, Rodney and Becky Miller of M.E. Theatres are turning over control of Kenton Theatre beginning Friday. According to Becky, the couple – also owners…

LandTech claims egg farm fails to honor contracts

Kenton-based LandTech has filed a lawsuit in Hardin County involving a breach of contract that could be worth more than $7 million against Iowa-based Trillium Farms Holdings llc and Ohio…

Kenton man gets 58 months on heroin, forgery, theft charges

A Kenton man was sent to prison for a total of 58 months after being convicted in two cases heard in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records…

Ada man faces charges in thefts from students

ADA — An Ada was arrested Wednesday on a charge of robbery that allegedly occurred earlier this month during move-in day for students at Ohio Northern University. An arrest warrant…

Two write-in candidates file

Two candidates have filed with the Hardin County Board of Elections as write-in candidates in the November election. David Hankins is a candidate for the Forest village council and Nathan…

NOC continues to serve as Kenton’s food pantry

NOC continues to serve as Kenton’s food pantry

Any residents of the Kenton City School District who meet the federal income guidelines and can show proof of residency qualify to receive food from the Neighborhood Opportunity Center (NOC)…