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Kenton pulls away in second quarter of 40-point victory

Kenton pulls away in second quarter of 40-point victory

MANSFIELD — With the score tied and the game very much in doubt, Matt Bahr knew he could get two yards and a first down when the Kenton football team…

Ada plays ‘defensive symphony’ in 35-0 regional semi win

Ada plays ‘defensive symphony’ in 35-0 regional semi win

WAPAKONETA — Heading into Friday’s Division VI Region 20 semifinal, Ada senior Saed Al-Olimat said when the Bulldogs’ defense played properly it was like a piano playing one of Beethoven’s…

Kenton couple inspired to help children of underdeveloped nations

Kenton couple inspired to help children of underdeveloped nations

A year ago, Jim Evans of Kenton had not heard of the Children of the Nations, but the story of a 14-year-old boy named José touched his heart and changed…

ODOT to dedicate Forest outpost

LIMA — The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) District 1 will officially dedicate its newest highway maintenance facility in Forest at a public ceremony and open house next week. The…

Alliance seeks nominations for annual community awards

The Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance is accepting nominations for the 2013 Citizen of the Year, Business of the Year and Community Service Awards. Anyone from Hardin County may…

Hardin County Municipal Court News: November 16, 2013

Unless otherwise indicated, all cases were heard by Judge Greg A. Grimslid. TRAFFIC In addition to the fines levied against defendants who are found guilty, $39 in state costs, $30…

Hardin County Juvenile Court Report: November 16, 2013

JUVENILE COURT Supreme Court rules prohibit the use of a child’s name in a press release. The following cases were heard in August of 2013. Unruly, Delinquency Docket In addition…

Property Transfers: November 16, 2013

Kenneth Allsup and wife to James K. Allsup, Inlot 11, Adam Schneider’s Addition, Kenton. Tax $60. Shawn R. Stump to Claudia M. Titus, 2 acres in part of Section 3,…

Psychological thrillers created at Ben Logan High School

Psychological thrillers created at Ben Logan High School

BELLEFONTAINE — So what makes a Haunted House scary? Benjamin Logan fifth graders were the judge. Thanks to the coordination of the fifth grade classes by BLMS teachers Stephanie Rader…

Jackson-Forest EMS completes skills review

FOREST — All advanced level providers (paramedics and advanced EMTs) and several EMT-basics attended a 12-hour Advanced Life Support and Skills Review Day at the Jackson-Township Hall in Forest on…