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Kenton Kiwanis, BKP bring Christmas cheer to children

Kenton Kiwanis, BKP bring Christmas cheer to children

The Kenton Kiwanis and the BKP Ambulance District joined forces to bring Christmas cheer to a great group of children. Thirty-plus children, known as the “We Can Kids” were invited…

Red Cross blood drive collects 46 productive units

The Kenton Moose Family Center hosted an American Red Cross blood drive on Monday, Dec. 16, collecting 46 productive units. Those receiving gallon donor award pins were: Harold Hayes –…

Helping hand from Grace

Helping hand from Grace

For a twelfth consecutive year, the youth of Dunkirk Grace United Methodist Church worked in cooperation with Helping Hands Outreach to provide Christmas cheer to area families in need.  Through…

Kenton pulls away in second half

Kenton pulls away in second half

It took a while, but the Kenton girls pressure finally took its toll on St. Marys on Thursday night. The Lady Wildcats overcame a three-point halftime deficit with a 17-6…

Bad start costs Gophers

RIDGEWAY — The Wellington School outscored Ridgemont by nine points in the first quarter and went on to defeat the Gophers 51-36 in non-conference girls basketball Thursday night. Wellington led…

Bearcats rally past Ada, 53-46

ADA — Spencerville overcame a slow start, rallying in the second half to defeat Ada 53-46 in a Northwest Central Conference girls basketball game Thursday. The visiting Bearcats trailed 15-5…

P-G rolls past HN

PANDORA — Pandora-Gilboa jumped on top of Hardin Northern early and cruised to a 65-23 victory over the Polar Bears in a Blanchard Valley Conference girls basketball game Thursday night.…

Betty L. Kuntz

Betty L. Kuntz

age 85, Bellefontaine Services for Betty L. Kuntz will be at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the Eichholtz Funeral Home in Bellefontaine by Pastor Jason Manns. Burial will be in the…

Police Reports: December 20, 2013

Kenton police Damien Ryan Plaugher, 333 N. Detroit St., was issued a summons for criminal mischief. Betty Wittibslager, LaRue was cited for a child restraint violation. Mario A. Miller, Toledo…

United Way nears $200,000 mark

United Way nears $200,000 mark

The United Way of Hardin County’s annual campaign is closing in on the $200,000 mark. The organization reported Thursday that pledges are at $198,968.94 or 94 percent of the $210,000…