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Restored cannon

Restored cannon

Wes Dunlap eases into place the cannon from the Alger Veteran’s Park on Saturday after it was repainted. The community contributed funding for the refurbishing of the cannon, with the…

Basket auction

Basket auction

Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance Director Jacqueline Fitzgerald assists auctioneer Steve Eaton in securing bids during the chamber’s annual Christmas basket auction Saturday morning. The courthouse was crowded with…

Wildcats make quick work of Galion in playoff opener

Wildcats make quick work of Galion in playoff opener

Kenton wasted little time in erasing any thoughts Galion may have had of knocking the Wildcats out of the playoffs on Friday. The host Wildcats scored 38 first quarter points…

Late interception return seals Ada’s playoff win over Jefferson

Late interception return seals Ada’s playoff win over Jefferson

Ada needed another big stand from its defense. With 3:32 left in the fourth quarter Friday night, Delphos Jefferson had the ball inside Ada’s red zone with the Bulldogs clinging…

Elementary program rewards kids ‘tootling’ and reducing ‘spleems’

Elementary program rewards kids ‘tootling’ and reducing ‘spleems’

Students in the Kenton and Ada elementary schools have been playing a game this school year. The game is a competition between students to display positive behavior and the initial…

Donation to NBC

Donation to NBC

Hardin Hills Health Center Activity Director Libby Haudenschield (center) hands a $500 check to Marcia Retterer (right) and Brenda Slack from the Not by Choice Outreach. Staff at Hardin Hills…

Rainfall patterns create challenging growing season

With the help of 15 volunteer rainfall reporters, the Hardin County Extension office has collected unofficial township rainfall data for the past 21 consecutive years. This year, the last half…

Still waiting for dog shelter

To the editor: The Hardin County Dog Shelter Committee is obviously disappointed in the commissioners’ decision to postpone, for the fourth time, the construction of the much needed dog shelter.…

Full Sound Chamber Group to perform

Trinity United Presbyterian Church, 301 W. Columbus St., Kenton, will host the November concert of the Full Sound Chamber Group at 4 p.m. Sunday. Admission is a free will donation.…

Riverdale Middle School honors students

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Riverdale Middle School has announced its honor roll for the first nine weeks of the 2013-2014 school year. All A Grade six – Benjamin Borkosky, Devi Harbor,…