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Gossard’s 26 points not enough for HN

NORTH BALTIMORE — Hardin Northern received 26 points from Jacob Gossard but it wasn’t enough for the Polar Bears to pick up their second win of the season as they…

Polar Bear rally falls short in 71-67 loss

ADA — The Ohio Northern men’s basketball team rallied from a 15-point first half deficit, but fell short to Mount Union 71-67 Saturday afternoon at the ONU Sports Center. The…

Kocian leads ONU to win over Mt. Union

ALLIANCE — Senior Sara Kocian scored a career-high 15 points to lead the Ohio Northern women’s basketball team to a 60-45 victory at Mount Union on Saturday afternoon at the…

ONU goes 3-2 at wrestling dual tourney

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — The Ohio Northern wrestling team defeated Williams (Mass.) and fell to No. 23-ranked Heidelberg on the final day of the two-day Lycoming (Pa.) Budd Whitehill Duals on…

Police Reports: January 14, 2014

Kenton police Jamal R. Thornton, 219 E. Franklin St. Apt. 2, was arrested on a warrant from the Hardin County Municipal Court. A possible burglary-in-progress was reported at 701 W.…

Kenton woman injured

ARLINGTON — A Kenton woman was injured in a two-car accident Monday afternoon in Hancock County. According to the report at the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office, Alexis Connolly, 21, was…

Community helps make Crossroads’ shelter a reality

Community helps make Crossroads’ shelter a reality

When the staff of the Crossroad Crisis Center first saw the house the City of Kenton was offering them for a shelter, it was rough, very rough. But the community…

Kenton plans $560,000 in street projects

Kenton is planning a $567,000 street resurfacing program this summer with funding mainly through state Issue II funds. Mayor Randy Manns said at Monday’s City Council session that parts of…

Record pledges to United Way

Record pledges to United Way

United Way of Hardin County campaign leaders Stephanie Temple, past president (left) and Judi Ludwig, president are all smiles with the news that the annual fund drive set a record.…

Alger gets attention of CSX over nuisances

ALGER — The efforts of Alger council to enforce the town’s nuisance regulations resulted in several judgments which will allow the village to remedy the issues, but the results seem…