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Kenton High School students receive academic recognition

Kenton High School has announced its academic honors for the fourth nine weeks of the 2012-2013 school year. MERIT HONOR ROLL (3.8 GPA and above) Seniors – Erica Beverly, Harjasnoor…

Article by ONU chemistry professor receives attention

Article by ONU chemistry professor receives attention

ADA — Brian Myers, Ohio Northern University associate professor of chemistry, has co-written an article, “Profiles in Chemistry: A Historical Perspective on the National Organic Symposium,” which will be featured…

Ben Logan High School students saluted for academic efforts

BELLEFONTAINE — Benjamin Logan High School has announced its academic honors for the fourth nine weeks of the 2012-2013 school year. MERIT ROLL (4.0 GPA) Ninth grade – Mary Blake,…

Students in the News: June 13, 2013

WILMINGTON, Ohio — Two Hardin County residents were among 234 graduating seniors from Wilmington College at the spring commencement ceremony. They are Benjamin M. Dunahue of Kenton, bachelor of science…

New attraction at Quarry is RC car/BMX bike track

New attraction at Quarry is RC car/BMX bike track

There is a new addition to Kenton’s Saulisberry Park – a BMX bike/remote-control car track. Located just west of the shelter house, park manager Josh Horner built a dirt track…

Police Reports: June 13, 2013

Kenton police Audry Corwin, address unknown, was arrested on a warrant from the Hardin County Municipal Court. Jennifer McPherson, 16674 CR 144, was traveling east in the 200 block of…

Organizers hope to raise $5,000 Sunday at Cruise-in for a Cure

Organizers hope to raise $5,000 Sunday at Cruise-in for a Cure

The fourth annual Cruise-in For A Cure family fun day and car show will begin at noon Sunday at the Simon Kenton School in Kenton. The event is sponsored by…

Riverdale retirees almost didn’t become teachers

Riverdale retirees almost didn’t become teachers

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Three retiring Riverdale teachers have a combined 110 years of experience in the classroom, but before they started their professional careers they had other employment ideas. Charlotte…

Working together

Working together

Members of the Amish community joined together Wednesday to raise a barn for Joni Hershberger at his farm in Dudley Township. The carpenters made quick work of the project with…

Merger in the works for Hardin ESC

The Hardin County Educational Service Center is one of five county ESCs looking to merge to form the West Central Educational, Training and Business Development Center. Along with Shelby, Logan,…