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Hanson-Neely Remembrance Service offers holiday comfort

Hanson-Neely Remembrance Service offers holiday comfort

ADA ­– Holidays, filled with memories, can be difficult for those who have lost loved ones. The first holiday season after a death is often the hardest. Others may seem…

HN FFA members compete in parliamentary procedure

HN FFA members compete in parliamentary procedure

“Madame President, I move to go to Cabela’s for the winter event.” “I second that!” “Is there any discussion?” “All in favor say aye.” “All opposed say no.” “Motion passed!”…

Hardin County Municipal Court News: November 30, 2013

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…

KCS foundation releases annual financial report

The Kenton City Schools Excellence for Education Foundation reported assets of $1,522,487.06 on July 31, 2013, according to the organization’s annual report for Aug. 1, 2012 to July 31, 2013.…

TSC opens new store in Kenton

TSC opens new store in Kenton

KENTON — The Hardin County Chamber & Business Alliance conducted a ribbon cutting ceremony at Tractor Supply Co., 948 East Columbus Street in Kenton, on Saturday, November 23.  The ribbon…

Flinn home to be feature on Sunday’s Candy Cane Tour

Flinn home to be feature on Sunday’s Candy Cane Tour

Slated as one of seven homes and businesses participating in this year’s Candy Cane Tour is the home of Roberta Flinn, located at   607 North Main Street in Kenton. The…

United Way hits 76 percent

Pledges to the United Way of Hardin County annual campaign have increased to $160,177, reported Director Darlene Foreman. That represents 76 percent of the $210,000 goal. Totals by division are…

Retired teachers get update on issues from ORTA officials

Retired teachers get update on issues from ORTA officials

Twenty-two members of the Hardin County Retired Teachers Association and four guests met at noon Nov. 15 at Henry’s Restaurant in Kenton. The host committee was chaired by Donna Myers…

KHS band director apologizes

To the editor: I just wanted to take a moment and thank the Kenton Marching Band members for all of their hard work and enthusiasm as we have gone through…

Setbacks serve as catalyst for success

As sophomores two years ago, the seniors on the current Kenton High School football squad were on a team that won its first 14 games and played in the Division…