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HN loses in extras

RAWSON — Cory-Rawson needed four extra innings on Monday before it was finally able to defeat Hardin Northern 2-1 in a Blanchard Valley Conference baseball game. The Polar Bear, 0-8…

USV falls to Riverside

DEGRAFF — Riverside scored the game-winning run in the sixth inning to edge Upper Scioto Valley 2-1 in a Northwest Central Conference softball game on Monday. USV, which scored its…

KCS sets Sept. 8 starting date for 2014-2015 year

Board to take bids on Morningside extension to Kenton Elementary Kenton City Schools will start classes Monday, Sept. 8 for the 2014-2015 school year, with the final day for students…

Grant will help KCS expand preschool

Kenton City Schools has been awarded grants to expand its preschool enrollment and emergency radio communications. Superintendent Jennifer Penczarski told the school board Monday night the district has been awarded…

Pinwheels at courthouse

Pinwheels at courthouse

Members of the Hardin County Job and Family Services, the Family Safety Coalition, Municipal Prosecutor’s Office, Partnership for Violent Free Families, the Kenton Kiwanis and the Crossroads Crisis Center set…

Superior FCU planned in Kenton

Superior FCU planned in Kenton

Site work for the construction of a Superior Federal Credit Union location in Kenton is underway in front of the Walmart store off East Columbus Street. Kurt Neeper, vice president…

Findlay educator new KCS athletic director

Findlay educator new KCS athletic director

An assistant athletic director at Findlay City Schools is the new grades 7-12 athletic director for Kenton City Schools. Michael Leddy was approved unanimously for the Kenton post at the…

Girl Scout camp

Girl Scout camp

Prospective members of the Girl Scouts of America in the Ada area participated in a spring break camp at Ada War Memorial Park on Monday. The “Camp Like A Girl”…

KMS building repair is expected to cost $190,000

Kenton Middle School will need some $190,000 in repairs to stop leaks in the building, it was reported at the school board session Monday night. Board member Russ Blue, a…

Alger to include festival activities on Memorial Day

ALGER — The village of Alger celebrates Memorial Day each year with a parade. But after the last fire truck driver waves to the crowd this year, there will be…