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Kenton graduates lead Bellefontaine Fire Department

Kenton graduates lead Bellefontaine Fire Department

BELLEFONTAINE — It seems as if Andy Fissel and Mark Layman have known each other their entire lives. They attended classes at Hardin Central Elementary together and graduated in 1993…

Ada official offers cold weather tips

ADA — Jim Meyer, Ada village administrator, gave citizens a couple cold weather tips to help keep their houses warmer and pipes from freezing during the frigid temperatures. All the…

Baseball book author to speak at Allen Co. Museum annual meet

The Allen County Historical Society will hold its 106th annual membership meeting and program at 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 26 at the Allen County Museum, 620 W. Market St., Lima.…

Rockets pull away from KHS in 2nd half

Rockets pull away from KHS in 2nd half

MORRAL — Playing without leading scorer Brooke Bostelman, the Kenton girls basketball team stayed with Ridgedale for one half on Monday night. But in the second 16 minutes, the Lady…

Up-tempo Bulldog girls grab early lead, blow out Perry

Up-tempo Bulldog girls grab early lead, blow out Perry

ADA — The Ada girls basketball team got back to its fast-paced tempo Monday night and the result was just what the Bulldogs wanted. Ada (6-8) scored 16 of the…

Raiders place 10th

LIMA — The Benjamin Logan girls bowling team placed 10th out of 16 teams Monday at the Pioneer Classic Tournament held at Westgate Bowling Alley. The Raiders scored 2,813 pins…

Falcons perform well at track meet

FINDLAY — Riverdale had several athletes finish in the top eight at the University of Findlay Indoor Track and Field High School Invite on Saturday. Carroll Pauley won the weight…

Roger L. Francis

age 68, Kenton A private family service for Roger L. Francis will be held at the convenience of the family. It was his request to be cremated. He died at…

Police Reports: January 21, 2014

Kenton police Vicky Bates, 517 W. North St., reported a theft from her residence. Hardin County dispatch reported an assault at 351 Vine St. An officer was requested at 333…

Here we go again

Here we go again

A worker shovels some of the snow from the steps of the Hardin County Courthouse this morning after yet another winter blast dumped an inch of powder on the county…