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Polar Bears topped

DOLA — Hopewell-Loudon outscored Hardin Northern in all four quarters on the way to a 53-29 win over the Polar Bears in a non-league boys basketball contest Monday night. The…

Raiders win on lanes

BELLEFONTAINE — The Ben Logan boys bowling team defeated Graham 2,549-2,129 on Monday afternoon. Leading the Raiders were Josh Wiley 193, Wes Brown 202, Garrett Ashcraft 183 and 170, Mitchel…

Murder-suicide picked as top local story of ’13

Murder-suicide picked as top local story of ’13

A murder-suicide which took place in rural Kenton during the summer was selected as the top local story of 2013, according to an annual poll of Kenton Times’ employees. The…

Fire damages cars/garage

Kenton Fire Department firefighters reponded to a report of a garage fire at 325 Stevens St. at 3:05 a.m. today. Firefighters arrived to a fully-involved detached garage fire at the…

Pamela Goss

Pamela Goss

age 61, Lorain formerly of Ridgeway Services for Pamela Goss were Saturday at the Family Fellowship in Amherst by Pastor Mark Giaimo. Burial was in the Brighton Cemetery. She died…

Grant H. Holycross

Grant H. Holycross

age 96, Lima Services for Grant H. Holycross will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Schindewolf-Stout-Crates Funeral Home in Kenton by Pastor Randy Bargerstock. Burial will follow in the…

Crystal Robin McKean

Crystal Robin McKean

age 51, rural Dunkirk Services for Crystal Robin McKean will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Schindewolf-Stout-Crates Funeral Home in Kenton by Pastor Jason Manns. Burial will follow at…

Mark D. Woolley

age 53, Sarasota, Fla. formerly of Forest Services for Mark D. Woolley will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Clark Shields Funeral Home in Forest by the Rev. Denny Livingston.…

Police Reports: December 31, 2013

Kenton police Matthew R. Williams, Fostoria was cited for expired plates. A report was received of a theft from the coin machines at The Soap Opera, 220 S. Main St.…

Good start leads Ada past Polar Bears

Good start leads Ada past Polar Bears

DOLA — After dropping four straight games, Saturday’s game against Hardin Northern proved to be just the tonic the Ada girls basketball teams needed. The Lady Bulldogs got off to…