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Egg hunt preparations and winners

Egg hunt preparations and winners

Above, residents at Hardin Hills Health and Rehab Center spent two afternoons and one morning filling plastic Easter eggs for the Easter egg hunt at the facility. Residents filled over…

Egg hunt winners

Egg hunt winners

Children receiving the grand prize during Kenton Nursing and Rehab Center’s Easter egg hunt Saturday were (from left) Carter Heydinger, Brantlee Fillinger and Karley Rea. With them is the Easter…

Rowe, Sheldon marry

Rowe, Sheldon marry

Sarah Elizabeth Rowe and Eric Edward Sheldon were united in marriage Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013 at 1:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Williamsburg, Ky., by Pastor Ande Myers. The…

Trip preview

Trip preview

The Hardin County Council on Aging held its annual Trip Preview kick-off party. It was directed by trip coordinator, Jerri Cowen. It was attended by about 40 to 50 people.…

The impact of wind turbines

Editor’s Note: This first letter to the Ada Village Council from Carl Wilkerson of Ada was printed in the Ada Herald on March 10. ––––– To the editor: It has…

Cold weather, Wapakoneta can’t stop Wildcat tennis

Cold weather, Wapakoneta can’t stop Wildcat tennis

A wind chill in the teens, swirling winds and occasional lightly falling snow didn’t stop Kenton’s top two singles players from getting off to hot starts Tuesday against Wapakoneta. Dale…

300 game

300 game

Eric Latimore rolled his sixth 300 game at Hillcrest Lanes during Wednesday Night League on April 2.…

Police Reports: April 16, 2014

Kenton police A teacher at Kenton Middle School came to the department to report an incident that happened in the classroom. The teacher stated that one of the students was…

James E. “Jim” Stout

age 72, Westminster A celebration of life service for James E. “Jim” Stout will begin at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 3 at Crossroads Church of God with Pastors Randy Bargerstock…

New pumper truck

New pumper truck

Members of the Southeast Hardin Northwest Union Fire District stand with the newest truck in their fleet. The $438,000 pumper was paid for with tax levy money set aside by…