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ONU hoops coach talks to Ada Kiwanis

ONU hoops coach talks to Ada Kiwanis

Past President Myrna McCurdy called the weekly meeting of the Ada Kiwanis Club to order at noon on Tuesday, Oct. 29 at McIntosh Center, Ohio Northern University. Jon Umphress offered…

Johnson library receives memorials

The Mary Lou Johnson-Hardin County District Library has received a variety of memorials and honorariums. This list represents those titles that have been delivered, processed and are available for circulation…

Ada can’t hold early lead in loss to LCC

Ada can’t hold early lead in loss to LCC

LIMA — Everything seemed to be going Ada’s way for the first eight minutes of the Bulldogs’ regular-season football finale Saturday night. Ada scored on its first offensive possession and…

Polar Bears win season finale

DOLA — The Hardin Northern football team set a school record for points on Friday night, defeating the Toledo Horizon Science Academy 85-18 in varsity football action. Andrew Stump had…

Police Reports: November 4, 2013

Kenton police Friday Michael Robinson, 824 W. North St., was arrested on a warrant from the Hardin County Municipal Court. Numerous reports were received regarding damage and downed tree limbs…

Maxine P. Loveridge Kessel

Maxine P. Loveridge Kessel

age 84, Forest Services for Maxine P. Loveridge Kessel will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday   at Clark Shields Funeral Home in Forest by Rev. Rex Roth. Friends may call 4-7…

Couple’s family has long involvement with EMS squad in Alger

Couple’s family has long involvement with EMS squad in Alger

ALGER — Doug and Robin LaRue, just one of three married couples at the USV Alger EMS, would not be doing what they do if not for Robin’s mother. Doug,…

Variety of issues, candidates on Tuesday’s election ballot

There are several contested races and issues to be decided Tuesday at the polls in Hardin County. Voting will be from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Precincts and locations are…

Wren vies for Kenton council seat

Wren vies for Kenton council seat

Pegg Wren is a candidate for council-at-large on Kenton City Council. After the original article appeared in the Times listing the other three candidates – Brian Hattery, Patti Risner and…

Ready for parade takeoff

Ready for parade takeoff

There were plenty of creative costumes Saturday afternoon at the Kenton Halloween Parade.  The annual parade and trick-or-treat activity was moved to Saturday due to the wind storm which hit…