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Falcons win pair

McCOMB — The Riverdale softball team picked up a pair of wins on Saturday, defeating McComb and Arcadia in non-league action. The Falcons had five players collect multiple hits and…

BL topped

BELLEFONTAINE — Ben Logan had 11 runners reach base Friday off Indian Lake pitcher Jacob Hulbert, but couldn’t find a way to break through. Hulbert pitched the Lakers to a…

Polar Bears swept

GIBSONBURG — Hardin Northern was swept in a baseball doubleheader Saturday by Gibsonburg. The Polar Bears lost game one 20-0 in five innings and fell 10-0 in five innings in…

Police Reports: April 21, 2014

Kenton police Friday Pamela Dague, 830 Vernon St., was arrested for possession of drugs. Officers were dispatched to 351 Vine St. for a domestic dispute. A burglary-in-progress was reported at…

Hunting for Easter eggs

Hunting for Easter eggs

It didn’t take long for the 3,200 Easter eggs scattered throughout the lawn of the Hardin County Courthouse Saturday to be swooped up by anxious hunters, including those under the…

Bakery burns

Bakery burns

Fire destroyed an Amish bakery Saturday shortly after noon at the farm of Eddie Petersheim, 20548 CR 200, north of Mount Victory. According to Southeast Hardin Northwest Union Fire District…

Senior egg hunt

Senior egg hunt

The Easter egg hunt at the Alger Assembly of God Church seems to get bigger each year. More than 11,000 eggs were gathered up Saturday morning by ages beginning at…

Couple celebrates 25th anniversary

Couple celebrates 25th anniversary

William and Mary Ann Prater of Bellefontaine are celebrating 25 years of marriage. William and the former Mary Ann Shaffer were united on April 22, 1989 at the First Methodist…

Extension speaker

Extension speaker

Mark Light (left), Extension educator from the OSU Extension Office in Hardin County, was the guest speaker at the April 14 meeting of Kenton Rotary. Light spoke about the upcoming…

Hardin County Municipal Court News: April 19, 2014

Unless otherwise indicated, all cases were heard by Judge Greg A. Grimslid. TRAFFIC In addition to the fines levied against defendants who are found guilty, $39 in state costs, $30…