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Bernard Willis

A memorial service for Bernard L. Willis will be at 11 a.m. Friday at the First United Methodist Church in Kenton by Pastor Loran Miracle. He died Jan. 7, 2013…

Work continues

Work continues

No ‘furlough,’ judge sentences MV man to 8 years for thefts

Michael Moore of Mount Victory knew he would be facing several years in prison for his part in series of statewide thefts, but before he began his term he wanted…

Amish countryside highlight of annual Buggy Ride

Amish countryside highlight of annual Buggy Ride

Hardin Leadership II is hosting its seventh annual Buggy Ride Bike Tour on Saturday, beginning and ending at McCullough Industries, 13047 CR 175, Kenton. The route, broken down into 5,…

Four resign from NOC board, but center still operating

There were only five board members attending Tuesday evening’s Neighborhood Opportunity Center board of trustees meeting. Four resignations from the board within a week have thinned out the group, which…

State auditor places Pattersn in fiscal emergency

Deficit fund balances, past due accounts payables and treasury deficits prompted Auditor of State Dave Yost on Tuesday to place the Village of Patterson in a state of fiscal emergency.…

Bame leads HN over Ada for title

Hardin Northern pitcher Addy Bame was a bit shaky early on, allowing two first-inning runs, during the Polar Bears sectional final softball contest against Ada on Monday afternoon. The Polar…

Missed opportunities plague Falcons in loss

Riverdale couldn’t get anything going its way Monday in a 4-1 sectional semifinal softball loss to Vanlue. The Falcons had five hits in five different innings. They had multiple runners…

Case manager talkst o Kenton Kiwanis

Case manager talkst o Kenton Kiwanis

The Kenton Kiwanis met at noon on Thursday, May 2 at Jolene’s Cozy Café. There were six members present and two guests. The meeting was called to order by President…

Welcoming the bishop

Welcoming the bishop