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Halloween visitors

Nineteen Hardin Northern FFA members and their advisor, Anna Creswell, made their annual Halloween visit to Kenton Nursing and Rehab Center on Oct. 22. Each year the group brings pumpkins,…

Making masks

Making masks

Having fun making Halloween masks during craft time at Hardin Hills Health Center are (from left) Helen Kindle, Justin Hamilton, Activity Assistant Desiree Bopp and Alta Boger.…

Lunch trip

Lunch trip

Hardin Hills Health Center and the Activity Department took their annual trip to Plain City to the Der Dutchman restaurant. The residents enjoyed the beautiful fall weather and the scenery.…

Come on down

Come on down

Kenton Nursing and Rehab residents enjoyed the Price Is Right game with Beth Dear, co-activity director.…

Chiropractor guest speaker at retired teachers meeting

Chiropractor guest speaker at retired teachers meeting

Twenty members of the Hardin County Retired Teachers Association met at noon Friday, Oct. 18 at First United Methodist Church in Kenton. The host committee was chaired by Billie Thompson…

Park presentation

Park presentation

David Dakin (left) was the guest speaker for the Oct. 28 meeting of the Kenton Rotary Club. Dakin spoke on the Jerry Cross Kenton Preschool Playground. The park will be…

Service Notes: October 30, 2013

Army National Guard Pfc. Mikala D. Rostorfer has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission,…

MV tree planting

MV tree planting

The Mt. Victory Tree Commission worked early Tuesday morning to plant, stake, and mulch some newly planted trees in the village as a part of the village tree maintenance program.…

Ada Halloween Parade costume winners named

ADA — The Ada Kiwanis Club served a total of 110 children and two adults during its annual costume judging following the Halloween Parade on Monday night. Costume winners are…

ONU to reduce tuition at Pettit College of Law

ADA — Ohio Northern University has announced a reduction of tuition for the Pettit College of Law starting with the 2014-15 academic school year. Called The ONU Law Promise, this…