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Retiring together

Retiring together

Hardin County Farm Services Agency Director Doug Dyer (center) presents a plaque to Penny Moore, who has worked for the agency for 36 years, most recently as its information technologist…

Red Cross blood drive collects 50 productive units

The Kenton Moose Family Center hosted an American Red Cross blood drive on Monday, Nov. 25, collecting 50 productive units. Those receiving gallon donor award pins were: Richard Bushong –…

‘Night in Bethlehem’ to return this weekend at Camp Common Ground

‘Night in Bethlehem’ to return this weekend at Camp Common Ground

DUNKIRK — Bridgeport Church and friends will again present “Night in Bethlehem” this weekend at Camp Common Ground in Dunkirk. The interactive event takes visitors back two thousand years and…

Bostelman, defense lead KHS

Bostelman, defense lead KHS

Trailing Defiance by seven points midway through the second quarter on Thursday night, the Kenton girls basketball team did what it does best – turned up the heat. Using full-court…

Big second quarter lifts Ada

Big second quarter lifts Ada

ADA — After a tough first quarter, the Ada girls basketball team turned it around in the second quarter with suffocating defense on their way to a 51-32 Northwest Conference…

Ada hosts three teams for meet

Ada hosts three teams for meet

ADA — Ada hosted Parkway, Allen East and Coldwater for some early-season wrestling action Thursday night. “Most of the guys had two matches tonight,” Ada coach Branden Nickles said. “It’s…

Arcadia beats HN

DOLA — Arcadia held Hardin Northern scoreless in the second and third quarters on the way to a 60-20 victory over the Polar Bears in Blanchard Valley Conference girls basketball…

BL boys sweep

SPRINGFIELD — The Ben Logan boys bowling team defeated  Northwestern and Shawnee on Thursday night. The Raiders had a team score of 2,801, followed by Northwestern with a 2,678 and…

Riverdale sweeps

CAREY — Riverdale swept a pair of duals Wednesday night to open its wrestling season. The Falcons beat North Baltimore 54-6 and topped Carey 43-33. Against Carey, 18 of the…

State superintendent celebrates success at Hardin Central School

State superintendent celebrates success at Hardin Central School

As he walked through the hallways of the Hardin Central Elementary School in Kenton on Thursday, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Richard Ross asked student Christian Rogers what subject…