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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…

City finances better than expected

There were concerns last fall that Kenton’s general fund expenses for 2014 would outstrip anticipated revenue, forcing the city to dig into its carryover fund to make ends meet. But…

KPD chief: Pay parking ticket or face higher fine

Police Chief John Vermillion said Kenton will begin going after people who have failed to pay city parking tickets. He said while police did more enforcing of the downtown two-hour…

Livingston named Riverdale president

Livingston named Riverdale president

MOUNT BLANCHARD — John Livingston was elected 2014 Riverdale school board president at its reorganizational meeting Monday evening. Ryan McKinniss was elected vice president. New board member Jon Wells was…

Griffith Ada president

Griffith Ada president

ADA — The Ada School Board re-elected Tara Griffith as board president for 2014 at its re-organizational meeting Monday evening. Ron Fleming was selected as the board’s vice president for…

Indoor winter games and activities conducted at YMCA

Indoor winter games and activities conducted at YMCA

The first Silly and Super Saturday of the new year was Saturday with 14 children in attendance at the Hardin County Family YMCA. While plans to have winter activities were…

Students in the News: January 13, 2014

ADA — The following students were named to the Ohio Northern University Deans’ List for the fall semester 2014. These students attained a grade point average of 3.5 or better…