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Hoping for more voters, R’way to try fire levy again

RIDGEWAY — Voters in Ridgeway will be asked to consider a replacement levy to pay for costs of operating the village’s fire department and council his hoping more people make…

Hardin County BPW gets tour of Blanchard House

Hardin County BPW gets tour of Blanchard House

President Sandy Moore welcomed five members of Hardin County Business and Professional Women’s Club to Blanchard House on DEc. 4 at 5 p.m. Resident Sales Manager Paul Anglemyer guided the…

Ada FFA teams compete

Ada FFA teams compete

Members of the Ada FFA Chapter recently competed in the sub-district FFA Parliamentary Procedure competition held at Delphos Jefferson High School. This Career Development event challenges students to use classroom…

HN holiday plays

HN holiday plays

Hardin Northern Elementary will present a pair of plays as part of its Christmas program at 7 p.m. Thursday. The kindergarten and first grade will present a short play, “‘Twas…

Police Reports: December 10, 2013

Kenton police A domestic disturbance was reported at Forest Court Apt. B-20. A report was received of vehicles racing in the 100 block of E. North Street. Hardin sheriff Brenda…

Church to assist with KCS Back Pack project

Church to assist with KCS Back Pack project

Brenda Jennings started the Kenton City Schools Back Pack Program three years ago to provide nutritional assistance to students. With retirement looming in about 2 1/2 years, the KCS nurse…

Council picks Fay for Fourth Ward opening

Council picks Fay for Fourth Ward opening

A former city employee will be joining Kenton City Council in January. Nicole Fay was selected from among three candidates interviewed Monday night to serve as the new council member…

Land issue holds up street plans for new Kenton school

With the land not yet legally secured, an agreement between the Kenton Board of Education and Choice One Engineering for the design of the Morningside Drive extension for the new…

Youth soccer coach concerned about future of KHS program

The Kenton Board of Education heard youth soccer coach Mike Styer raise his concerns over the current state of the Kenton High School boys soccer program at its meeting Monday…

Couple celebrates 30th anniversary

Couple celebrates 30th anniversary

Michael and Christine Bacon of Dunkirk are celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary. Michael and Christine were married Dec. 10, 1983 at Trinity United Methodist Church in Dunkirk by Rev Edwin…