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Stearns, committee honored at Autry celebration

Stearns, committee honored at Autry celebration

The late Glen Stearns was honored Thursday during a ceremony at a  celebration commemorating the 75th anniversary of Gene Autry’s visit to the Kenton. During the celebration at the Gene…

Task force makes large seizure of heroin; 2 arrested

Task force makes large seizure of heroin; 2 arrested

The Hardin County Crime Task Force seized 341 hits of heroin and a vehicle as the result of a drug bust earlier this week. Sheriff Keith Everhart said the arrest…

Ada man placed on electronically monitored house arrest for assaults

An Ada man was sentenced to 60 days on electronically monitored house arrest instead of 20 days in jail after he was found guilty of two counts of assault in…

Mount Victory council pushes back utility decision for another month

MOUNT VICTORY — Members of the Mount Victory Village Council will have another month to consider an ordinance assessing minimum service charges for water and sewer services. The ordinance states…

Water leak uncovers other issues in Forest

FOREST — A water leak unearthed other problems with the system recently in Forest. Village Administrator Bob Bristoll told council Thursday what should have been a routine repair resulted in…

Couple celebrates 50th

Rita (Mumma) and Walter Baughman of Kenton are celebrating their 50th anniversary. The couple was married on Aug. 17, 1963 at St. John’s United Church of Christ in Kenton by…

KHS class of ’44 gathers for 69th class reunion

The Kenton High School class of 1944 held its 69th class reunion at the Plaza Inn Restaurant in Mount Victory on Aug. 3. There were seven classmates and one guest…

Wildcats perform much better in second girls soccer scrimmage

Wildcats perform much better in second girls soccer scrimmage

What a difference a couple days make. After losing 9-0 to Allen East on Saturday night, the Kenton girls soccer team put on a very competitive showing Wednesday night in…

Scrimmage benefits Ada, Kenton girls tennis teams

Scrimmage benefits Ada, Kenton girls tennis teams

With girls tennis beginning its regular season next week, Kenton and Ada got together for a scrimmage Wednesday afternoon. “I think they did well,” Kenton coach Keith Kissling said. “We…

KHS golf places ninth

ARLINGTON — Kenton placed ninth at the Liberty-Benton Invitational at Sycamore Springs Golf Course on Wednesday in its first boys match of the season. The Wildcats shot 353. Arlington shot…