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Police Reports: October 8, 2013

Kenton police Jordan K. Hastings, 330 Madison St., was stopped on King Street at Scioto Street facing east, while an unknown driver was northbound on Scioto Street turning left onto…

Charles H. “Bo” Rhyans

Charles H. “Bo” Rhyans

age 71, Kenton Services for Charles H. “Bo” Rhyans will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at Schindewolf Stout Crates Funeral Home, Kenton. Friends may call 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursday. He…

Two people killed in fiery crash

Two people killed in fiery crash

MOUNT VICTORY — Two people were killed early this morning in a fiery crash in a meadow north of Mount Victory The Ohio State Highway Patrol and the Hardin County…

Arlington family becomes partners in long-time Kenton funeral home

Arlington family becomes partners in long-time Kenton funeral home

A long-established Kenton business is getting a new name, but the quality of care to area families will not change, said the new owners. The Schindewolf Stevens Stout Funeral Home…

Proposal for new Kenton water/sewer rates delayed

More data is needed to calculate potential new water/sewer rates in Kenton. Julie Ward, with the Rural Community Assistance Program, presented her rate study to City Council’s Finance Committee on…

Dunkirk targets unlawful solicitation

DUNKIRK — The Dunkirk Village Council has begun the process of regulating improper solicitation within the village. Several council members have attested to having solicitors come by their homes at…

Alger water tower needs maintenance

ALGER — Alger’s water tower may have more years of service in it than was earlier thought. An inspection by Cory Smith, of Kessler Tank Co., resulted in a report…

Soroptimists help supply domestic violence shelter

Soroptimists help supply domestic violence shelter

Hardin County can no longer turn a blind eye or be ineffectual to the immediacy of danger for battered women and children in this county, said Missie Austin, governor of…

Red Cross blood drive conducted

The Kenton Moose Family Center hosted an American Red Cross blood drive Monday, Sept. 23, collecting 35 productive units. Those receiving gallon donor award pins were: Gilbert Baughman and Junior…

Wildcats place 2nd at home invitational

Wildcats place 2nd at home invitational

The Kenton cross country team hasn’t gotten to run many home meets in recent years. And while the weather wasn’t very cooperative, it didn’t ruin the Wildcats spirits as both…