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HN teacher still enjoys job in his 48th year

HN teacher still enjoys job in his 48th year

DOLA — In his 42nd year of teaching math and science at Hardin Northern, Ken Fish is instructing grandchildren of students he had in years past, all in the very…

10,000 meals

10,000 meals

Volunteers from the First Baptist Church in Kenton packaged 10,000 meals for the Children of the Nations program Sunday afternoon at the church. About 70 members packaged dehydrated vegetables, rice,…

2014 lamb queen named

2014 lamb queen named

Hannah Heilman (right) was named the 2014 Hardin County Lamb Queen on Saturday night at the annual Lamb Banquet, held at St. John’s United Church of Christ in Kenton. Heilman…

Fair board increases admission

The Hardin County Agricultural Society met Saturday at the fair office with 18 board members and several guests present. Mike Kleman moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Mark Garmon,…

Last-second defensive stop helps Wildcats hold on for title

It came down to defending one final 3-pointer. The Kenton Wildcats were able to force the miss and hang on for a nail-biting 48-45 win over Tiffin Columbian in a…

Ada’s Windle will place at state wrestling meet

As Austin Windle’s record-setting season winds down, he clinched one more first for Ada wrestling Friday at the Division III state meet. Windle, a junior, will become the first Bulldog…

USV beats Ada for sectional championship

Ada and Upper Scioto Valley traded runs back and forth in the first half with each team leading by four or more. Starting late in the second quarter and stretching…

Brown, Howard to marry

Logan Sue Brown and Mason David Howard are announcing their engagement and upcoming marriage. Logan is the daughter of Scott and Amy (Carmean) Brown of Kenton. She is a 2012…

Melvin L. Long, Sr.

Services for Melvin L. Long Sr. will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Price Funeral Home in Mount Victory by Pastor Max Jackson. Burial will be in Hale Cemetery. Friends…

Janice A. Moore

Services for Janice A. Moore will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 8 at the Indian Lake Community Church by Rev. Jim Ellington. Burial will be in Huntsville Cemetery. Friends…