Showmen received honors for lambs shown at the Hardin County Fair
ADA — People will be able buy crafts, herbs, food and a wide variety of other items on Saturday at the 31st annual Harvest and Herb Festival in downtown Ada. Ada Area Chamber of Commerce President Deb Curlis said the festival is “just a good, happy place to go.”
An afternoon of games and education is being planned Saturday in Kenton for the young people of Hardin County. Kidz Blitz is a colorful, exciting program with an anti-drug message for children between the age of five and the sixth grade, said organizer Becky Potts.
RIDGEWAY — The Ridgeway council continues to improve the town’s cemetery. Council paid a bill to Hull’s Tree Service Tuesday for $3,325 for the removal of 19 trees along its entrance.
Top cattle were awarded on Thursday at the 2016 Hardin County Fair. Times photos by Kendrick Jesionowski and Ty Thaxton
The Pie Show was a popular event Saturday at the Hardin County Fair. Times photos by Dan Robinson and Tim Thomas
Hardin County fair participants received honors for showing their dogs, lambs, rabbits and goats. Times photos by Ty Thaxton and Kendrick Jesionowski
A wide variety of entries received praise by judges at the Hardin County Fair. Times photos by Dan Robinson
Pam Thames has spent 35 years as a school bus driver and through that time has seen second generations of students she had before. For 31 years, Thames’ job was navigating the Riverdale School District roads, picking up students and dropping them off after school.
Trent Bass has been busy with a variety of projects since becoming a contract engineer for Kenton in February. Bass, who works for Hardin County Engineer Mike Smith, is contracted to do work for the city one day per week. He reported on his activities during Monday’s City Council meeting.
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MOUNT VICTORY — The Old Tin Cup Antiques offers something to just about every interest as it opens its doors for business on Saturday.
Located beside the railroad tracks on Main Street in Mount Victory, the business had been the House of Yesteryear for many years under the ownership of Lowell and Jerry Brose.
But the new owners, Jeff and Shawn Detwiler, think their shop is unique and will be a destination for antiquers throughout the area.
TROY — A Kenton woman is facing charges after she allegedly smuggled drugs into the Miami County jail.
According to a report from WHIO-TV in Dayton, Megan Hair, 24, was arraigned Monday on a charge of conveying drugs into the jail, possession of suspected heroin and fentanyl and possession of a syringe.
A kiosk operated on the Ohio Northern University campus in Ada was removed by the Kroger Company and the grocery chain asked for a refund from the Kenton-Hardin Health Board on its unused vending license.
The kiosk was removed by Kroger in December which had paid for the license through the end of the year, reported Director of Environmental Services Shane Lotts at the board’s monthly meeting Tuesday night.
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