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Nellie Lake

Nellie Lake

age 87, New Concord Services for Nellie Lake were Friday, May 2 at the Farus Funeral Home of New Concord by the Rev. Tad Sponseller. She died Monday, April 28,…

Police Reports: May 6, 2014

Kenton police Beth Ann Smith, 115 1/2 S. Cherry St., was arrested on a warrant from the Hardin County Municipal Court. Michael Bickle Jr., 11 N. Cherry St., was issued…

Dunkirk woman credits her grandmother with inspiration to make quilts

Dunkirk woman credits her grandmother with inspiration to make quilts

DUNKIRK — Inspired by a quilt made by her grandmother, Beverley Hayes of Dunkirk has been quilting since 1978 and has made 16 quilts in all. Hayes grew up on…

Surprised sheriff to help Alger with traffic issues

ALGER — At its April 21 meeting, Alger village officials expressed concern they were not getting cooperation from the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office in addressing issues of motorists speeding and…

Commissioner race, issues on ballot in Hardin Co.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Voting is under way in Ohio’s primary election that will cull the field of candidates for state and U.S. House posts. Polls will remain open Tuesday…

Dunkirk to seek reimbursement from HN

DUNKIRK — The Dunkirk Village Council will be looking into seeking reimbursement from Hardin Northern High School for use of baseball field conditioner intended for a village park ballfield. During…

KHS presents vocal music awards

KHS presents vocal music awards

The Kenton High School Vocal Music Department presented its annual awards Sunday following its spring concert. Award recipients were as follows: Arion awards – Mariah Clawson and Bailey Pees. Service…

Couple celebrates 25th anniversary

Couple celebrates 25th anniversary

Jerry Jr. and Beth (Fagan) Rodenberger are celebrating their 25th anniversary. They were married at May 6, 1989 at the Community Bible Church in Williamtown by Rev. Robert Wood. Beth…

Thanks for installing hand rails

To the editor: We would like to extend a big thank you to the athletic boosters for putting hand rails on the bleachers. This is something that has been needed…

‘Boost up’ appreciated

To the editor: A big thank you to the Kenton Athletic Boosters who donated over $10,000 for the installation of handrails at Robinson Field. Our community is fortunate to have…