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Kenton likely to dip into carryover to cover 2014 general fund expenses

Kenton, for the second year in a row, is likely to dip into its carryover fund to cover general fund expenses in the proposed 2014 city budget. The $9,760,971 spending…

City leaders remember fallen firefighter Beaman

Kenton officials on Monday night paid tribute to fallen city firefighter Bryan Beaman, who died Saturday at age 50. Beaman was remembered during a moment of silence at the beginning…

R’dale board asked to consider installation of indoor batting cage

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Brett Bostelman, fourth grade teacher and first-year head baseball coach at Riverdale, approached the school board Monday evening about pursuing the installation of an indoor batting cage.…

Annual Holiday Gala benefits Crossroads Crisis Center

Annual Holiday Gala benefits Crossroads Crisis Center

Crossroads Crisis Center’s fifth annual Holiday Gala was held Thursday, Nov. 14 at the Hardin County Armory. The 22 tables were decorated by each table hostess in a festive holiday…

New Leaf part of holiday tour

New Leaf part of holiday tour

The New Leaf Garden Center, 927 E. Columbus St., Kenton, will be one of the seven stops on the Candy Cane Tour on Dec. 1, sponsored by Keep Hardin County…

Ben Logan Middle School students named to honor roll

BELLEFONTAINE — Benjamin Logan Middle School has announced its honor roll for the first nine weeks of the 2013-2014 school year. Merit Roll All As Fifth grade – Alexis Achor,…

LCC pulls away from Kenton in second half for 74-53 win

LCC pulls away from Kenton in second half for 74-53 win

When Kenton senior Chyenne Hedges picked up her fourth foul early in the second half Saturday night, the Wildcats weren’t in bad shape. Lima Central Catholic led Kenton by five…

Kenton headed to Dayton

The Kenton football team will be traveling to Dayton for its Division IV state semifinal match against defending state champion Clinton-Massie on Friday night at Welcome Stadium. The Wildcats advanced…

Polar Bears win season opener

COLUMBUS — The Hardin Northern girls basketball team got its season off to a good start on Saturday, pulling away for a 52-38 win over host Village Academy. Kylee Hooker…

Ben Logan topped in season’s first game

RICHWOOD — North Union outscored Ben Logan by seven points in the middle two quarters on the way to a 33-27 win in a girls basketball season opener on Saturday.…