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Alzheimer Awareness Day

Alzheimer Awareness Day

Residents and staff members at the Hardin Hills Health Center welcomed the public to its Alzheimer’s Awareness Day at the facility Saturday. Games, an auction, a walk and a chicken…

Banking career brings Dunahue back to Kenton

Banking career brings Dunahue back to Kenton

After humble beginnings as a part-time bank teller, Gloria Dunahue believes she has come full circle as the branch manager of U.S. Bank in Kenton. Her journey started in 1981…

Large crowd gathers for Harvest & Herb Fest in Ada

Large crowd gathers for Harvest & Herb Fest in Ada

A large crowd filled the streets of Ada to search for crafts, enjoy festival food and hear music from area bands during the 28th annual festival. Times photos by Dan…

Weather forces Wildcats to run in win

Weather forces Wildcats to run in win

VAN WERT — On a night not fit for pigs, the Kenton Wildcats took care of business in what is a rather unconventional way for them – by mudding it…

Anspach works to hone craft in net for Ada boys soccer

Anspach works to hone craft in net for Ada boys soccer

ADA — With the Ada boys soccer team picking up its first two wins of the season this week – both 1-0 victories – a lot of the credit has…

Hensel leads KHS to 3rd at WBL meet

LIMA — Led by Britton Hensel, the Kenton High School boys golf team placed third with a score of 328 in the Western Buckeye League Tournament on Friday at Shawnee…

Ada suffers first defeat of year

FORT LORAMIE — The Ada Bulldogs were unable to overcome an early 14-point deficit as they fell to Fort Loramie 14-8 Friday night in a non-conference game. The Redskins (3-1)…

Bucyrus scores 27 straight points to defeat Riverdale

MOUNT BLANCHARD — After a tied first quarter, Bucyrus scored 27 consecutive points to take control in a 34-14 win over Riverdale on Friday night. Bucyrus took an early 7-0…

Rams hang on for 22-16 victory

WAYNESFIELD — Upper Scioto Valley took a 22-0 lead into halftime and held on for a 22-16 victory over Waynesfield-Goshen in Northwest Central Conference football Friday night. “A win is…

Friendships, memories as Goo Crew turns 20

Friendships, memories as Goo Crew turns 20

In October of 1993, young moms were invited to participate in a month-long parenting program offered by OSU Extension in Hardin County. But, said Kathy Oliver, extension educator, many of…