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Hardin Leadership underway

Hardin Leadership underway

Eighteen eager participants gathered for a welcome breakfast and their first session of Hardin Leadership 2014 at Ohio Northern University’s McIntosh Center. Six sponsorships were announced — Joshua Fleming received…

Going to the circus

Going to the circus

The Hardin County Shrine Club is sending 25 individuals from Simon Kenton and Harco Industries to the Aladdin Shrine Circus in Columbus at 11 a.m. Friday, March 28. Pictured from…

Interactive exchange between youth and speaker set at Kenton church

Interactive exchange between youth and speaker set at Kenton church

The Youth Ministry Team of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church and the “Credo” youth group announce the appearance of a special guest speaker, Pam Heil, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday,…

Author, evangelist has programs tonight and Saturday at St. John’s

Author, evangelist has programs tonight and Saturday at St. John’s

The Hardin County community is welcome to come to St. John’s United Church of Christ, 211 E. Carrol St., Kenton, for the inspiring message and teachings from Christian author and…

ONU’s Breitigam prepared for his main event

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Ohio Northern senior Jordan Breitigam finished sixth in his heat and 19th out of 44 swimmers overall in the 100 fly in 49.50 seconds Thursday morning at…

Police Reports: March 21, 2014

Kenton police Ronald E. Klesmit, 611 E. Columbus St., reported vandalism to a vehicle. Renee L. Scroggs, 1255 W. North St. Lot 11, reported vandalism to a vehicle. Dustin E.…

Scioto sunset

Scioto sunset

The setting sun is reflected off the water of the Scioto River at the Leighton Street bridge in Kenton Thursday evening. While Thursday was officially the first day of spring,…

Ada school board member calls calamity day plan ‘just plain nuts’

ADA — With the new state school calamity day legislation in place, the Ada School District will be making up one day of school at the end of the year…

Ridgemont FFA program support

Ridgemont FFA program support

Scott Elliott and Don Rines, both of Elliott Farms, present a check for $2,500 to the Ridgemont FFA Thursday at the school. Rines won the award from America’s Farm Grow…

Girl Scouts celebrate Thinking Day

Girl Scouts celebrate Thinking Day

The Hardin County Girl Scout troops became English for a day as they gathered at the Hardin County Fairgrounds to celebrate Thinking Day. Thinking Day is celebrated by all Girl…