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R’mont student attends Buckeye Boys State

R’mont student attends Buckeye Boys State

Jordan Furer, a student at Ridgemont High School, attended the annual Buckeye Boys State program at Bowling Green State University in the Stroh Center that concluded Sunday, June 15. He…

Hardin 4-Her takes part in Fish Farm Challenge

Hardin 4-Her takes part in Fish Farm Challenge

COLUMBUS — Hardin County 4-H member Levi Beiler had the opportunity to participate in a new program that seeks to connect students, STEM education, and agriculture. Beiler recently participated in…

Supporting Crossroads

Supporting Crossroads

A purse bingo was held on June 21 at the Eagles Lodge in Kenton. It was a fundraiser for Kenton’s Crossroads Crisis Center and supported by Kenton-Hardin Co. Soroptimist Intl.…

Rhinehart discusses upcoming activities

The Rhinehart UMW met June 12 at the home of Pat Battles, who led with devotions. Seven members answered roll call, “What was father’s vocation?” Minutes of the last meeting…

Elks Ladies Card Club meets

Outgoing President Jane Baker welcomed Kenton Elks Ladies Card Club members to the June 19 meeting. Marge Jeps gave a prayer for ill members. It was suggested that Helen Slack…

Mark Stone

Mark Stone

Age, 28 Columbus formerly of Mt. Blanchard Services for Mark Stone will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 28 at Parkview Christian Church, Findlay, by Revs. Neil Norheim and Brett…

Emma Marie

Kristen and Mark Layman of Huntsville are parents of an 8-pound, 9-ounce, 19 3/4-inch girl, Emma Marie, born at 1 p.m. Thursday, June 19, 2014 at Memorial Hospital of Union…

Police Reports: June 24, 2014

Kenton police Anthony Lowery, 1037 S. Main St. Apt. B, was issued a summons for receiving stolen property. Scott Hayter, 7343 CR 195, Forest, and Lyndsay Teeters, 9879 CR 180,…

Garden affair

Garden affair

Dr. Laura Deeter (left), associate professor and coordinator, landscape horticulture at OSU ATI in Wooster, checks out some double knockout roses growing in the Friendship Gardens of Hardin County in…

Kenton street projects hit roadblocks

Kenton learned two major projects involving state funds for streets will not be moving forward this year, causing a City Council committee to push the pause button on spending more…