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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…

New equipment

New equipment

Len and Cherylann Gengel (left) hold the new telemedicine ultrasound which was purchased for Be Like Brit Orphanage in Haiti with funds raised by the Hardin County For Haiti organization.…

Fair board elects directors, reorganizes on Saturday

The Hardin County Agricultural Society met Saturday, Nov. 2 at the fair office with 17 board members and several guests present. Jeremy McLane presented a proposal to the fair board…

Shooting victims named

CAREY — The victims of the fatal shootings Friday night at the Carey Conservation Club have been identified. Roger E. Fredritz, 49, of rural Carey and Cynthia L. Hawkinberry, 49,…

Mt. Victory youth earns many honors at rabbit breeders event

Mt. Victory youth earns many honors at rabbit breeders event

The 90th Annual National American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) Convention was held in Harrisburg, Pa. Jordan Furer of Mount Victory was one of 29 youth representing Ohio in the national…

Treats at Goshen Grange

Treats at Goshen Grange

Goshen Community Grange hosted its annual Trick or Treat Night on Tuesday with five Juniors present. They were (from left, front) Gwen Dyal, Abigail Flowers, Wyatt Flowers; (back) Tate Dyal…

Building bridges

Building bridges

Benjamin Logan High School students in the Ms. Walterbusch’s geometry class recently built bridges out of Popsicle sticks. Pictured are (from left) Bobby Shields, Tyler Burk, Reilly Robson, Katie Honaker…

Volley for the Cure donation

Volley for the Cure donation

Jesse Purcell (left) of the American Cancer Society accepts a check of $1,039.50 that was raised by the Kenton High School volleyball team through its Volley for the Cure fundraiser.…