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Police Reports: October 15, 2013

Kenton police Cody Cowin, 880 W. Carey St., was arrested for a probation violation. Jeff England, unknown address, was arrested for intoxication. Catherine E. Russell, Marion, was issued a summons…

Teresa Marlene (Blue) King

age 58, Tulsa, Okla. formerly of Kenton and Bellefontaine A memorial service for Teresa King will be at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28 at the Moore Funeral Home, Rosewood Chapel,…

Pauline Williams

Pauline Williams

age 88, Alger Services for Pauline Williams will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Hanson-Neely Funeral Home in Ada by the Rev. Roger Emerson. Burial will be in Salem Cemetery,…

New Forest administrator amazed at town’s services

New Forest administrator amazed at town’s services

FOREST — As he begins his second week on the job as Forest Village Administrator, Wes Davis said he is amazed. He grew up in the area, graduated from Riverdale…

McGuffey OKs plan to move playground equipment

McGuffey OKs plan to move playground equipment

McGUFFEY — Several years ago, the village of McGuffey constructed a playground, complete with a shelter house, basketball court and rides for the town’s children. The area was on the…

Patriotic look

Patriotic look

Marilyn Reed, owner of Marilyn’s Artistry of Kenton, stands in front of her latest flag painting on the side of the Kenton car wash on East Columbus Street at  Morningside…

Kenton paves way for Letson sewer project

Kenton City Council approved legislation Monday night to proceed with the construction of sanitary sewer lines in the Letson Subdivision. Council suspended its three-reading ruled and unanimously adopted the ordinance…

Ada Marching Band gets ‘excellent’ at Buckeye Invite

Ada Marching Band gets ‘excellent’ at Buckeye Invite

COLUMBUS — The Ada High School Marching Band performed its competition show “Invasion: The Mystery of Stonehenge” Saturday at Ohio Stadium on the campuse of Ohio State University as part…

HN FFA team places 11th in the state in forestry contest

On Saturday, Oct. 5, eight Hardin Northern FFA members competed with other students from across the state in the Forestry CDE. There were a total of 39 teams and 283…

Helping the shelter

Gustin Wingfield, son of Brad and Laura Wingfield decided that for his 5th birthday party he would ask everyone to bring donations for the new dog shelter instead of toys.…