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Second in showmanship

Second in showmanship

Cam Deckling of Hardin County (second from left) placed second in the intermediate showmanship competition at the 2014 Ohio Beef Expo on March 15 in Columbus. The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association…

Youth can show dairy feeder calves at the Ohio State Fair

Youth can show dairy feeder calves at the Ohio State Fair

This year the Ohio State Fair will offer youth a new opportunity to show dairy feeder calves. All dairy feeders must be purebred Holstein, Red and White, or Brown Swiss.…

Riverdale grad earns postseason academic honor

BLUFFTON — Karen Wise, a sophomore at Bluffton University and varsity member of the Beavers women’s basketball team, was recently named to the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference All-Academic Awards team.…

Josephine H. Seabert

age 91, Kenton Services for Josephine H. Seabert will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Price Funeral Home in Kenton by the Rev. William Seabert. Burial will be in Grove…

Police Reports: March 28, 2014

Kenton police Crystal Albert, 24 N. Cherry St., was cited for a child restraint violation. Jennifer Bickle, 229 W. North St., was cited for improper backing. Officers were dispatched to…

Poster winners

Poster winners

The winners of the fourth annual Child Abuse Prevention Poster Contest were announced Thursday at the kudoStudio in Kenton. The winning artists in the high school portion of the contest…

Vacant house fire

Vacant house fire

Kenton Fire Department firefighters responded to a report of fire at this vacant house at 315 S. Wayne St., Kenton at 11:12 p.m. Thursday. According to the report, smoke was…

New friends

New friends

Ernestine Howley meets the Kenton Police Department’s new K-9 officer, Ares, during a program Thursday evening at Blanchard Place Senior Living. The event was to celebrate the change in name…

Waynesfield man found innocent

A jury found a Waynesfield man innocent of charges in a trial in the Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from Prosecutor Brad Bailey’s office, Nicholas A.…

R’mont makes plans for groundbreaking

RIDGEWAY — Plans for groundbreaking for Ridgemont’s preK-12 school building were discussed at the monthly school board meeting Thursday evening in Ridgeway. The ceremony is set for 2 p.m. Sunday,…