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Gophers beaten

RIDGEWAY — Mount Gilead defeated Ridgemont 13-0 in a non-league baseball matchup on Tuesday afternoon. Zane Connolly led the Ridgemont bats with three hits including a double, while Lane Mitchell,…

Ram boys 2nd, girls 3rd at meet

McGUFFEY — The Upper Scioto Valley boys track team was second and the Ram girls were third in a tri-meet with Bluffton and Waynesfield-Goshen on Tuesday. In the boys meet,…

KHS falls to Van Wert

VAN WERT — Van Wert broke open a tight game with five runs in the fourth inning and four more in the fifth inning on the way to a 12-2…

Police Reports: April 23, 2014

Kenton police Stephanie Renee Manns, 13973 Ohio 31 and Matthew Mark Wolf McGinnis, 42 Grape St., were each issued a summons for theft following investigation of a theft at Kroger.…

Darlene S. Lawrence

age 65, Forest Services for Darlene S. Lawrence will be at noon Friday at Clark Shields Funeral Home in Forest by Pastor Ken Gray. Burial will follow in Hueston Cemetery,…

George Wesley Sours

age 77, Athens, Ala. formerly of Kenton Services for George Wesley Sours were Monday at the Limestone Chapel in Athens, Ala. He died at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, April 17, 2014…

Marilyn Williams

age 77, Piqua formerly of Kenton Services for Marilyn Williams will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Price Funeral Home in Kenton by Pastor Mark Bishop. Burial will be in…

Awakened Commotion

Awakened Commotion

Hardin Northern High School’s pop acapella group Awakened Commotion will be in concert May 3 at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium. Admission is $2 at the door. Some of…

Group to trim funds pledged to dog shelter

Pawsitive Pals wants to use money toward other projects The communications between the Hardin County commissioners and a group raising funding for the new dog shelter has not been perfect…

Health board wants more repairs at Kenton laundry

A Kenton business has been given 30 days to voluntarily clean up or face further action to force it to do so. The Kenton-Hardin Board of Health voted to give…