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Last Ridgeway class wants special case for school bell

RIDGEWAY — The Ridgeway High School class of 1963 is starting a fund to create a special display case for the former Grassy Point school bell. Jim Hill and Paul…

Ada hires football coach

Ada hires football coach

ADA — Ada officially has its new football coach. The Ada Board of Education, during a special meeting on Wednesday night, approved Bob Olwin as the school’s head football coach.…

Kenton announces cleanup plans

Kenton’s annual spring cleanup is planned April 15-18 in front of the livestock buildings at the Hardin County Fairgrounds, announced Safety Service Director Jim Hites. Again this year the city…

Early voting for primary to start Tuesday

Absentee or early voting for the May 7 primary election begins at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday in the Hardin County Board of Elections Office in the basement of the courthouse. Not…

Task Force arrests two on drug charges

A Hardin County resident was arrested on drug-related charges following a traffic stop in Hale Township on Wednesday. The Hardin County Crime Task Force arrested Nick Newman for trafficking in…

Health board upholds order to evict Amish over sewer, water

Health board upholds order to evict Amish over sewer, water

There was a clash of cultures Tuesday when a large number of Amish residents attended a hearing at the Kenton-Hardin Health Department. An Amish farmer asked the board for mercy…

Kenton man gets 8 years in prison for store robbery

Kenton man gets 8 years in prison for store robbery

A Kenton man on Tuesday afternoon pleaded guilty to robbing an Upper Sandusky grocery at gunpoint. Wyandot County Common Pleas Court Judge Kate Aubry sentenced 32-year-old Casey Shoop to the…

More details emerge on Murray Park plans

A small splash park along with new park equipment will highlight improvements planned this summer at Murray Park on North Cherry Street in Kenton. One of the organizers, Becky Potts,…

Steady year reported at Hardin Co. Municipal Court

It was a pretty steady year for Hardin County Municipal Court, Judge Greg Grimslid said in his annual report to Kenton City Council on Monday night. Grimslid, who is in…

Kentonite feels at home as city’s chief deputy auditor

Kentonite feels at home as city’s chief deputy auditor

Living in Kenton all her life, Kerri McLaughlin has spent much of her working career out of town. But since becoming chief deputy auditor for the city she calls home,…