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Police Reports: February 6, 2014

Kenton police Michael J. Steele, 431 N. Glendale St., was southbound in the 100 block of N. Glendale Street, while Adam C. Haudenschield, 938 N. Detroit St., was westbound in…

McKee siblings earn grants to bring archery to R’mont

McKee siblings earn grants to bring archery to R’mont

RIDGEWAY — A brother and sister at Ridgemont High School are spearheading the efforts to bring archery and hunting classes to the school. The work is paying off for Koty…

GOP commissioner lone contested primary race

Ballot to have 2 countywide tax issues There will be a contested race for Hardin County commissioner in the Republican primary on May 6. Brad Wingfield of Kenton filed petitions…

Cleaning up

Cleaning up

An Ohio Department of Transportation snowplow cleans the edge of the highway from some of the seven inches of snow which fell on Hardin County Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.…

Kenton woman gets community control

A Kenton woman was placed on community control after being convicted of two charges in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from Prosecutor Brad Bailey’s office, Stephanie…

Interior work progresses on Kenton Elementary School

Interior work progresses on Kenton Elementary School

While the weather has hampered completion of exterior work at the new Kenton Elementary School, plenty of progress is being made on the inside. Dan Shockey, construction manager with Smoot…

Alger to counter CSX offer on site cleanup

For many years, the village of Alger has tried to convince CSX railroad to remove the weeds, saplings and trash from the abandoned tracks which go through the village. It…

Kenton committee opposes economic dev. contract

A Kenton City Council committee is recommending not to extend the economic developer contractor’s agreement for another year. Members of the Management Organization and Personnel (MOP) Committee were unanimous in…

Panel waits on figures for Kenton to retake running of swimming pool

If the Kenton outdoor swimming pool opens this summer, it will be operated by the city. That was the outcome of a Finance Committee meeting Monday night at the municipal…

Ben Logan advances

Ben Logan advances

The Benjamin Logan High School robotics team advanced to the Ohio Championships of the FIRST Tech Challenge by competing on the winning alliance at the 26-team Dayton Qualifier over the…