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KMS Dimensions prepares for new show choir season

KMS Dimensions prepares for new show choir season

The 2013-14 Kenton Middle School Dimensions’ show for this year is titled “Music Makes the World Go Round.” The show choir, which completed its week-long camp on Friday, is under…

Splash park takes shape

Splash park takes shape

Workers pour the concrete for the new splash park, part of the playground renovation at Murray Park in Kenton. The splash park is expected to be open next week, according…

Seventh in state

Seventh in state

Kade Stump and her horse, Chig, got 7th place in Pole Bending at the Ohio State Fair. She competed against 48  others in her class. She is a member of…

Two vie for supervisor at HSWCD’s annual meeting

Two vie for supervisor at HSWCD’s annual meeting

The Hardin Soil and Water Conservation District will be holding its 65th Election of Supervisors at its Annual Meeting being held in conjunction with Customer Appreciation Day on Thursday, Aug.…

Corn tolerates wet July, but rain takes toll on wheat, beans

In the month of July, Extension rainfall  reporters recorded an average of 7.4 inches of rain in Hardin County. Last year, the average rainfall for July was 3.09 inches. This…

Top fishermen

Top fishermen

Don Ratcliff (left) won the Trophy Bassmasters fishing tournament   held on Lake Erie at  East and West Harbors as well as Sandusky Bay. Ratcliff caught five bass that weighed 16.35…

Stringers sought for fall sports season

The Times is seeking stringers to cover sporting events for the fall sports season. Stringers primarily are used on Friday night for football games and occasionally for other sports. Although…

Sixth at continental final

Sixth at continental final

Amya Harris (third from left on podium) placed sixth in the 9-10-year-old girls standing long jump at the 2013 Hershey’s Track and Field Games North American Final. Harris, who lives…

Police Reports: August 9, 2013

Kenton police Brian D. Yeager, Ligonier, Ind., was traveling north on Kuert Avenue in the 300 to 400 block. Yeager was delivering an oversized load through the residential neighborhood and…

Sells gets 12 years in prison for ‘terror inflicted on community’

Sells gets 12 years in prison for ‘terror inflicted on community’

Aaron Sells had a limited formal education. He takes medication for mental illnesses and is a follower, not the “ringleader” of a burglary ring, as the public thinks. At least…