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Family creates and shares wetlands in memory of son

Family creates and shares wetlands in memory of son

When Doug and Lynda Putnam inherited a large pasture from Lynda’s family, they began plans on converting the land just west of Roundhead into a wetland. The plan was to…

Couple celebrates 45th

Couple celebrates 45th

Bill and Cindy Cook are celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary. Cook and the former Cynthia Scott were united in marriage on Aug. 30, 1968 in Monroe, Mich. Cook is the…

Students in the News: August 30, 2013

COLUMBUS — Five area students earned degrees from The Ohio State University during the summer session. They are Darrin Reese, Kenton, master of arts; Elisa M. Scott, Kenton, associate of…

Service Notes: August 30, 2013

Service Notes: August 30, 2013

Maxwell Rothfuss joined the United States Navy in October 2012. He graduated boot camp and recently completed eight months of Fire Controlman A school in Great Lakes, Ill. In October,…

Adults can explore Catholic way of life

The Catholic communities of Hardin County – Ada Our Lady of Lourdes and Kenton Immaculate Conception – invite others to experience our life together as Christian family. We welcome them…

Kenton falls in five games for 3rd straight match to open year

Kenton falls in five games for 3rd straight match to open year

The Kenton volleyball team was competitive in both of its first two matches, taking Bellefontaine and Indian Lake to a five games before coming out on the short end on…

Wildcats shoot 159 in league victory

Wildcats shoot 159 in league victory

The Kenton High School golf team put together its best nine-hole score of the season on Thursday in a 159-174 win over Western Buckeye League foe Defiance at Memorial Park…

Defiance edges Wildcats on court

DEFIANCE — Kenton lost a 3-2 match to Defiance in Western Buckeye League girls tennis Thursday. The Wildcats picked up their wins at No. 1 and 2 singles. Claire Oates…

Slow start costs Falcons

MOUNT BLANCHARD — A slow start proved costly for the Riverdale volleyball team as Bucyrus hadded the Falcons a five-game 25-12, 25-19, 19-25, 17-25, 17-15 loss Thursday. Freshman Carrol Pauley…

Raiders dealt first volleyball loss

SPRINGFIELD — Springfield Northwestern dealt Ben Logan its first volleyball setback of the season on Thursday, defeating the Raiders in five games 23-25, 26-24, 25-19, 19-25, 15-8. Taylor Quay had…