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Kenton man gets 69 months in prison

A Kenton man was sentenced to prison for 69 months after being convicted in three cases in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from Prosecutor Brad Bailey’s…

Taylor resigns as leader of Council on Aging

Shirl Taylor has resigned as the executive director of the Hardin County Council on Aging. Her resignation took place at the board of trustees meeting Tuesday evening. Betty Bibler has…

Health board allows Amish to begin building sewer systems

Following months of negotiations, the two Amish farms ordered to install acceptable sewer and water systems at their new homes are close to making the changes ordered by the Kenton-Hardin…

Demolition of blighted homes may be delayed

The demolition of more than a dozen vacant homes in Hardin County is on hold for now. A common contractor was to be hired to raze the blighted homes identified…

Kenton man killed, another injured in pickup/train collision

FINDLAY — A Kenton man was killed Tuesday when the truck in which he was riding was struck by a train in Hancock County. The victim was identified as William…

Kenton finance panel to hear water/sewer study results

Kenton residents will learn about expected changes to their monthly water and sewer bill next month. Julie Ward, with the Rural Community Assistance Program (RCAP), will present her study of…

Kenton likely to tap surplus for 2014 city budget

Kenton’s Finance Committee chair expects the city will have to reach into its surplus to cover expenses for the 2014 budget. Councilman Brian Hattery, speaking at Monday’s regular council session,…

Bond set for Kenton student on inducing panic charges

Bond set for Kenton student on inducing panic charges

Kenton High School senior Derick Shane Craig was arraigned Monday in Hardin County Municipal Court on a charge of inducing panic and his bond was set at $75,000. He was…

Riverdale board studies options to reduce electric expenditures

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Riverdale Schools was approached by Hancock Wood Electric with a proposal for helping to lower the school’s electric bill. The Riverdale district has been looking at ways…

Banking career brings Dunahue back to Kenton

Banking career brings Dunahue back to Kenton

After humble beginnings as a part-time bank teller, Gloria Dunahue believes she has come full circle as the branch manager of U.S. Bank in Kenton. Her journey started in 1981…