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Betty P. Stevenson

Betty P. Stevenson

age 93, Ada Services for Betty P. Stevenson will begin at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Hanson-Neely Funeral Home in Ada by Pastor Courtnie Morton. Burial will be in Woodlawn…

Amateur radio operators home to restart local club

Amateur radio operators home to restart local club

For several years, the Kenton Amateur Radio Association appeared to be dead. There were more than 70 names on the membership list, but there were no meetings and no communication…

Kenton panel reverses course, wants to keep economic contractor

A week ago, Becky Potts appeared to be on her way out as Kenton’s part-time economic development contractor. But following a meeting Monday night, Potts is in line to get…

Kenton Tree Commission welcomes new members

Three people have been appointed to the Kenton Tree Commission to replace their long-time board members. Jason Howe, James Allsup and Richard “Rick” Smith are new members and they join…

Single-car rollover

Single-car rollover

A vehicle rolled onto its side in a single-car non-injury accident Monday morning on U.S. 68, just north of Kenton. No further information was available at press time.…

Law student from Afghanistan to prosecute cases in Lima

ADA — Ezmarai Osmany, an Ohio Northern University LLM (Master of Laws) student who also is a former prosecutor in Afghanistan, will have the opportunity to prosecute in the Allen…

Kenton Lions learn about S.O.U.P. program

Kenton Lions learn about S.O.U.P. program

The Kenton Lions club meeting was held Wednesday, Feb. 5 at Henry’s Restaurant with 12 members and three guests in attendance. President Judd Robinson called the meeting to order at…

Students in the News: February 10, 2014

FINDLAY — Six area residents were among more than 190 students who graduated from the University of Findlay in December. Kenton – Ethan Carder, bachelor of science Animal Science; Stuart…

MLJ Library gets memorials, honorariums

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.…

Director should resign

To the editor: I am writing about the 18 wildlife officers who recently went through a terrible ordeal and have all been exonerated, except for one officer; and no charges…