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Stray cats a problem in Ridgeway

RIDGEWAY — The mayor of Ridgeway will be searching for solutions to the town’s increasing cat problem. Councilwoman Jodi Clark reported Tuesday evening stray cats in the village are becoming…

Hardin Community School leaders seek help to continue program’s success

Hardin Community School leaders seek help to continue program’s success

The Hardin Community School shared its successes with a large crowd of businesses, political and education leaders Monday afternoon, but the organizers of the program are also hoping those leaders…

Medicaid expansion public’s top concern at Sprague session

Medicaid expansion public’s top concern at Sprague session

State Rep. Robert Sprague held a town hall meeting to discuss Governor John Kasich’s proposed state operating budget on Monday night at the Kenton Middle School. A proposed expansion of…

Schools seek state funding answers from representative

Rep. Robert Sprague says he understands why Gov. John Kasich’s school funding plan favors city districts over rural schools. However, during a meeting with area school leaders Monday afternoon in…

Kenton continuing to gather information on truck plan

The Kenton city administration is continuing to work behind the scenes on plans to improve the truck traffic flow through the city. Safety Service Director Jim Hites told City Council…

Ridgeway man gets community control for role in statewide theft ring

A Ridgeway man was sentenced to three years of community control for his part in a statewide theft ring during a hearing Monday in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According…

Newly-appointed judges speak at GOP’s Lincoln Day Dinner

Newly-appointed judges speak at GOP’s Lincoln Day Dinner

Two men who are to be sworn in as judges in Hardin County later this month were introduced at the local GOP’s annual Lincoln Day Dinner in Kenton Sunday evening.…

Black shares love of art with children

Black shares love of art with children

Jan Black always wanted to be an art teacher. As the assistant teacher in the preschool program at the First United Methodist Church in Kenton, she gets the opportunity to…

Tree of knowledge taking shape at Ada Public Library

Tree of knowledge taking shape at Ada Public Library

ADA — A new tree of knowledge is blooming just outside the director’s office window at the Ada Public Library. It is located in the section of the library which…

Business grooms and boards dogs

Business grooms and boards dogs

FOREST — Peg’s Kennel & Klips, 14958 CR 10, Forest, offers dog owners a clean and happy K-9. Located three miles east off U.S. 68, Peg Thames, with the help…