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Police Reports: October 23, 2013

Kenton police Cheryl A. Sorgen, 11804 Lydia Lane, was cited for an expired plates violation. Robert Jenkins, Huntsville, was cited for a display of plates violation. An intoxicated individual was…

Hardin County Community Foundation funding grows to nearly $5 million

Assets of the Hardin County Community Foundation continue to grow thanks to the strong stock market, it was announced Tuesday at the quarterly meeting of the Board of Trustees. Through…

Marcella M. Hall

Marcella M. Hall

age 86, Dayton formerly of Kenton A memorial service for Marcella M. Hall will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Grove Cemetery in Kenton by the Rev. Jerome McCorry. At…

Deborah P. Gerling

age 62, Kenton A celebration of life party for Deborah P. Gerling will be held in May at her home. She died at 2:09 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20, 2013 at…

Sandie Kay Walton

Hardin Northern students learn about water quality

Hardin Northern students learn about water quality

The Natural Resource III class at Hardin Northern just finished studying water properties, watersheds, and how to determine water quality. As part of the unit, students had the opportunity to…

Support for ARC

Support for ARC

Andy Diller (right), representing the Hardin County ARC, receives a $500 check from Matthew Ketcham, treasurer of the Kenton Council of the Knights of Columbus, serving Kenton and Ada. The…

Only senior leads Ada into districts

Only senior leads Ada into districts

ADA — Last year Hannah Price was one of four juniors on the Ada volleyball team, so she could blend in to some extent, which was just fine with her.…

Falcons ready to end Van Buren’s streak

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Starting tonight the Riverdale girls soccer team is looking to write a different ending to its season than the Falcons have had the past two years. Not…

KCS seeks $2M state grant for computers, broadband

Kenton City Schools is partnering with the Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance to seek a multi-million dollar state grant to improve computer access in the school and broadband access…