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Portman visits IP, says he encouraged firm to expand its Kenton plant

Portman visits IP, says he encouraged firm to expand its Kenton plant

When International Paper was considering which of its plants it would expand, U.S. Senator Rob Portman, R-Ohio, got involved in helping the company make the decision that the 125 new…

Hites enjoys trying to solve concerns of Kenton residents

Hites enjoys trying to solve concerns of Kenton residents

Serving as Kenton’s safety service director has inspired Jim Hites to be a “community-active” person, even long after he’s finished working. As the safety service director, it’s Hites’ responsibility to…

Three injured

Three injured

Three individuals were transported to area hospitals after the car in which they were driving was struck by a semi-truck Saturday afternoon, south of Kenton. According to the report from…

ONU’s Lovejoy reaches goal

Once Cody Lovejoy settled down and found his comfort zone, it didn’t take long for the broad smile to appear. Lovejoy, a junior at Ohio Northern from Harrod, bounced back…

Healthy eating choices and fitness theme for Y activities

Silly and Super Saturdays were held Saturday March 8, with healthy eating choices and fitness as the main theme. Twenty-two children were enrolled in the Youth Fitness challenge in which…

Grand opening today at Kenton Gun Store

A grand opening is set for 10 a.m.-3 p.m. today at the Kenton Gun Store, located on the lower level of the Kenton Convenience and Deli Inc., 20 N. Main…

Healthy Lifestyle Coalition works to get parents, children moving

Healthy Lifestyle Coalition works to get parents, children moving

In 2010, the Ohio Department of Health reported Hardin County’s third-graders were leading the state the body mass index, which measures obesity. In response to the report, people from throughout…

Kenton company makes top 10 to compete for Ohio Chamber award

Pleasant Precision, Inc. of Kenton is one of the finalists for the Excellence in Entrepreneurship Award, sponsored by the Ohio Chamber of Commerce The winner of the sixth annual award…

Ohio Memory Madness contest to include Hardin County museums

In the spirit and fun of college basketball’s March Madness, Hardin County Historical Museums and the Ohio Historical Society invite people to participate in the Second Annual Ohio Memory Madness…

Youth Leadership plans graduation

Thirty-six sophomores from the 20th offering of Hardin Youth Leadership will be graduating from this year’s program on Tuesday, March 25 at the Ohio Northern University, McIntosh Center. “These students…