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Preschool director aims to be good role model

Preschool director aims to be good role model

Jenaya Clabaugh has always had a desire to help children, but it wasn’t always clear to her how she’d go about it. Clabaugh, a resident and native of Upper Sandusky,…

Deer causes motorcycle crash

A Forest man was injured early Saturday morning when a deer entered the roadway in front of his motorcycle south of Kenton. Pat Stidham, 60, was listed in fair condition…

Patrol shares plans to saturate Hardin roads

FINDLAY — The Ohio State Highway Patrol will be making its presence known throughout Hardin County in response to the rash of highway accidents and fatalities in recent months. According…

Hardin Co. joins river project

Six counties in northwest Ohio are taking a regional approach to reduce flooding along the Blanchard River. The Blanchard River Stream Enhancement Project board, which includes commissioners from Allen, Hardin,…

Grandstand project tops list of fair improvements

Grandstand project tops list of fair improvements

With just over two weeks left before the Hardin County Fair opens, members of the fair board told the county commissioners they are prepared. The renovation to the grandstand is…

Kentonite gets 60 days for thefts

A Kenton man was sentenced to 60 days in jail after being convicted of theft charges in a case heard in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records…

Crash near Roundhead claims life of Ada woman

ROUNDHEAD — An Ada woman was killed in a three-vehicle accident on Ohio 117 north of Roundhead Wednesday afternoon. The victim was identified as Jennifer Shepherd, 46, according to information…

Lakeview motorcyclist injured after hitting dog

ROUNDHEAD — A Lakeview woman was injured when her motorcycle struck a dog near Roundhead Wednesday evening. According to information from the Findlay Post of the Ohio State Highway reports…

Gene Autry Days is history

Hardin County’s version of Gene Autry Days is riding off into the sunset. After marking its 20th anniversary in June the event is being discontinued, according to a joint announcement…

JFS aims to work more with families in child abuse cases

JFS aims to work more with families in child abuse cases

Hardin County Job and Family Services is hoping to reduce the stigma of investigations in child abuse cases by cooperating more with impacted families. Sonia Tillman, the Differentiated Response Coordinator…