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Ben Logan High announces honor roll

BELLEFONTAINE — Benjamin Logan High School has announced its honor roll for the first nine weeks of the 2013-2014 school year. MERIT ROLL Ninth grade – Addie Rodenberger, Bradon Studebaker,…

Riverdale Elementary shares honor roll

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Riverdale Elementary has announced its honor roll for grades 3-5 for the first nine weeks of the 2013-2014 school year. All A Third grade – McKenna Clark,…

Offensive line plays key role in Wildcat’s success

Offensive line plays key role in Wildcat’s success

The Kenton football team has scored 516 points and is averaging 490 yards per game while rolling to 11 straight wins and a berth in the Division IV regional quarterfinals…

Ada looks to get rid of sour taste in rematch versus Crestview

ADA — Ada has only lost three games this season. One was a six-point loss early in the season. In one the Bulldogs led at halftime, but the other loss…

Yoder earns preseason honors

ADA — Cenzie Yoder, a senior and member of the Ohio Northern University women’s basketball team, has been named Preseason First Team All-America by D3hoops.com. Yoder is a three-year letterwinner…

Police Reports: November 14, 2013

Kenton police Courtney A. Tekempel, 7106 CR 150, and Harry E. Elsasser, 14923 CR 200, Ridgeway, were southbound on South Main Street approaching Perry Street with Tekempel in the right-hand…

Susan K. Streets

age 55, Kenton A celebration of life service for Susan K. Streets will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at Price Funeral Home in Kenton by Pastor Wayne Vaughn. Friends may…

Lack of physical facility doesn’t stop mission of Dream Center

Lack of physical facility doesn’t stop mission of Dream Center

Two years ago, the Dream Center of Ohio organizers in Kenton were looking to convert the former Corinthian Nursing Home into their treatment facility and offices. Those plans have changed…

Sewer variance for Amish approved

Variances to sewer regulations were granted to two Amish farmers Wednesday in a special meeting of the Kenton-Hardin Health Board. Joni Hershberger and Emery Gingerich are under orders from the…

United Way pledges hit 55 percent of goal

The United Way of Hardin County has received pledges of $116,100, which represents 55 percent of the $210,000 campaign goal, announced Director Darlene Foreman. Pledges received by division are as…