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Norma ‘Jeanne’ Braund

Norma ‘Jeanne’ Braund

age 79, Findlay Services for Norma “Jeanne” Braund will begin at 1 p.m. Sunday at Coldren-Crates Funeral Home in Findlay with Chaplain Robert Bibbee. Burial will follow in Knollcrest Cemetery,…

Robert ‘Bob’ Shobe

age 81, Waynesfield Services for Robert “Bob” Shobe will be at 11 a.m. Monday at New Hampshire Community Church (formerly New Hampshire United Methodist Church). Burial will follow at Walnut…

Police Reports: November 27, 2013

Kenton police John W. Curl, 467 W. Patterson St., Dunkirk, was issued a summons for assault. Two Walmart employees were outside the general merchandise entrance when they observed a man…

Stores offer area residents jump on holiday shopping

Stores offer area residents jump on holiday shopping

Many local businesses will be open on Thanksgiving this year, allowing shoppers the chance to get an early jump on their holiday shopping. Kmart is one of the stores opening…

Amish farmers agree to install sewage systems

The two Amish farmers under orders from the Kenton-Hardin Health Board have applied for permits and presented drawings for the installation of pre-manufactured sewage systems at their homes. Emery Gingerich…

Thanksgiving feast

Thanksgiving feast

Northwood Elementary first graders Colton Rigsby, Sebastian Baad, Bobby Wilkinson and Cam Jesionowski enjoyed a Thanksgiving feast dressed as pilgrims Thursday at the Kenton school. The pupils in Lori Paul’s…

Mt. Victory woman hurt in crash

MOUNT VICTORY — A Mount Victory woman helping to push a disabled car off the road was injured Tuesday night when the car was struck by another vehicle. Christina Davis,…

Mail for soldiers

Mail for soldiers

Marianna Sherman of the Hardin County Blue Star Mothers, prepares more than 1,000 letters and cards to be included in the 200 Christmas boxes the organization is preparing to send…

KCS food drive tops 10,000 items

KCS food drive tops 10,000 items

Kenton City Schools donated more than 10,000 individual items and $100 in cash donations to two local community organizations through the annual WBL Food Drive. Kenton High School Student Council…

Science experiment

Science experiment

Beth Gillfillan helps Andrew Casper measure liquid to be mixed in a science experiment at the first Simon Kenton science fair. Students shared their projects with the guests Tuesday afternoon…