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Impact on property rights

To the editor: This letter pertains to private property rights and value, the future livability within Hardin County, and the impacts of yet another foreign owned wind farm. I invite…

Going for a spin

Going for a spin

Jennifer Tudor, a resident at Eagles Point Apartments in Kenton, found it easier to sit in the parking lot after falling to the ground while trying to walk with Kenzie,…

Polar Bear women receive votes in polls

ADA — The Ohio Northern women’s basketball team received votes in both the USA Today Sports Division III Top 25 coaches poll and the D3hoops.com poll. In the USA Today…

Eva Jeanne “Eddie” Sorreles

Eva Jeanne “Eddie” Sorreles

age 76, Bellefontaine formerly of Lakeview Services for Eva Jeanne “Eddie” Sorreles will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday at Shoffstall Funeral Home, Lakeview. Burial is in Huntsville Cemetery. Friends may…

Police Reports: January 8, 2014

Kenton police Jacob Tyler Dyer, 325 Stevens St., was cited for a stop sign violation. Thirteen weather-related calls were received at the department. A report was received of a vehicle…

Snow plow, semi collide

Snow plow, semi collide

Icy road conditions led to a crash between a snow plow and semi late Tuesday morning at the intersection of South Main (Ohio 31) and Espy streets in Kenton. Deanna…

Simon Kenton, Harco levy renewal sought for May ballot

The Hardin County Board of Developmental Disabilities will be seeking a four mill, five-year renewal levy in the May 6 primary election. Mark Kieffer, superintendent of Simon Kenton and Harco…

Police Reports: January 7, 2014

Kenton police Snowmobiles were reported in yards in the 600 block of E. Ohio Street. A report was received of telephone harassment/threats at 980 Meadow Lane Apt. 30. Dogs without…

Tough stretch in second quarter cost Kenton

One three-minute stretch cost the Kenton boys basketball team Friday night against Liberty-Benton. The Wildcats were held scoreless during the second-quarter streak while Liberty-Benton put nine points on the board…

Slow start hurts Riverdale boys

A slow start left the Riverdale boys basketball team playing catch-up to Colonel Crawford in Friday night’s North Central Conference matchup. Colonel Crawford (8-2 overall, 3-1 NCC) held on to…