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Nona Doreen Harriman

Nona Doreen Harriman

age 82, rural Morral Services for Nona Doreen Harriman will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Morral United Methodist Church by the Rev. Ralph Velazco. Burial will follow at…

Elda C. Kirkland

age 93, Cridersville Services for Elda C. Kirkland will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Hanson-Neely Funeral Home in Ada by Chaplain Lynn Huffman. Burial will be at a later…

Security changes proposed for Kenton-Hardin health office

Security changes proposed for Kenton-Hardin health office

Wood picked to lead board The Kenton-Hardin Health Board elected Bob Wood to be its president for 2014. Jerryl Kissling was named vice president. There may be security changes in…

Two sought in burglary arrested at Kenton hotel

Two people sought in connection with a burglary at a rural Bellefontaine residence were arrested Jan. 22 at a hotel room in Kenton. Adam Queen, 29, address unknown, and David…

Democrats select Ludwig for new term on elections board

Russell W. Ludwig was unanimously nominated for another term on the Hardin County Board of Elections by the Hardin County Democrat Executive Committee members at their January meeting at Henry’s…

Fourth-quarter mistakes cost Wildcats in loss to Bellefontaine

Fourth-quarter mistakes cost Wildcats in loss to Bellefontaine

BELLEFONTAINE — Kenton and Bellefontaine were on even terms for the better part of three quarters during their annual boys basketball battle Monday night. But a fourth-quarter meltdown proved costly…

Police Reports: January 28, 2014

Kenton police Officers were dispatched to 517 W. North St. in reference to an assault. While in route, an officer observed the suspect leaving the scene and conducted a traffic…

Constance M. Gray

age 23, Defiance Services for Constance M. Gray will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Armentrout Funeral Home in Waynesfield by Pastor Dave Burkhart. Friends may call 2-4 and 6-8…

Tommy R. “Tink” Hall

Tommy R. “Tink” Hall

age 67, Bluffton formerly of Ada A memorial service for Tommy R. “Tink” Hall will begin at 2:30 p.m. Friday at Hanson-Neely Funeral Home in Ada by Chaplain David McDonald.…

Kenton mayor touts benefits of economic development person

Kenton Mayor Randy Manns asked City Council to fund a pilot program for a part-time economic development contractor a year ago. He told council on Monday night that, after a…