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Grabbing third

Grabbing third

Kenton resident Roger E. Crowe (left), who is the state president of the Elks and Larry Clement (right), the Ohio Soccer competition coordinator, congratulate Elijah DeZurik, 13, of Upper Sandusky…

Belliveau homers as ONU edges Defiance

ADA — Junior Dan Belliveau blasted his second home run of the season to lead the Ohio Northern baseball team to a 5-4 win over Defiance on Wednesday afternoon at…

Polar Bear men win close match

DAYTON — The Ohio Northern men’s tennis team topped Wittenberg 5-4 on Wednesday afternoon at Dayton Center Courts. The Polar Bears are 6-2 on the season, while Wittenberg drops to…

ONU women dominant in win

DAYTON — Sophomore Christina Corbean and freshman Brittany Toney came back from a 7-0 deficit to win at No. 1 doubles, leading the Ohio Northern women’s tennis team to a…

Police Reports: March 27, 2014

Kenton police Jaquline A. Kidd, 340 W. Patterson St., Dunkirk, was cited for a display of plates violation. The manager at Fuel America reported that the business was the victim…

James Boyd Bluebaum

age 94, Kenton Graveside services for James Boyd Bluebaum will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Fairmount Cemetery in Jackson by the Rev. Bill Goodall. Friends may call 4-8 p.m.…

Kathryn G. “Kay” Wynd

age 96, Columbus A memorial service for Kathryn G. “Kay” Wynd will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Wesley Glen Retirement Center, 5155 N. High St., Columbus. Burial will be…

Hardin County in lower third of study rating longevity and healthier lives

Hardin County in lower third of study rating longevity and healthier lives

Most Ohioans can expect to live longer and healthier lives than the residents of Hardin County based on a report released Wednesday from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the…

Kenton announces spring cleanup plans

Kenton’s spring cleanup is set April 14-17 at the Hardin County Fairgrounds. Safety Service Director Jim Hites said the program will be operated the same as a year ago, giving…

Spring plowing

Spring plowing

An Amish farmer leads eight work horses through the stubble of a corn field near Wolf Creek in southern Hardin County. The long winter is expected to give way this…