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Bailey makes career change to finance, becomes leader of Quest branch in Ada

Bailey makes career change to finance, becomes leader of Quest branch in Ada

ADA — What started as an interior design job for a friend turned out to be an opportunity for Jolene Bailey to pursue a career in finance. Bailey has been…

Bike tour

Bike tour

Kenton’s Fred Markley (right) was among the 138 riders enjoying Hardin County’s Amish countryside during the annual Buggy Ride Bike tour on Saturday morning. The event is sponsored by Hardin…

Marilyn Keel

There will be no funeral or visitation for Marilyn I. Keel. She died at 1:15 p.m. Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at the Hardin Hills Health Center in Kenton. She was…

William H “Bill” Scott

Services for William H. “Bill” Scott will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the Schindewolf Stevens Stout Funeral Home in Kenton by Joe Scott Jr. Burial will be in the…

Mistakes cost Kenton in loss

The Kenton High School softball team hoped to go into sectional play with a bang on Wednesday afternoon. Instead the Lady Wildcats went out with a thud. The Lady Wildcats…

Abrams, Marling place at WBL meet

Kenton High School’s Dylan Abrams and Damian Marling both placed in their respective field events on the first day of the Western Buckeye League track and field competition on Wednesday.…

Falcons lose on walkoff

With the bases loaded and one out in the bottom of the seventh, New Riegel needed one run to tie and another to win. They got both with a two-run…

Vanlue knocks out Ridgemont in final

Early in the baseball sectional final between Ridgemont and Vanlue on Wednesday night, the momentum seemed to swing toward the Gophers. Vanlue loaded the bases with no outs in the…

History lessons

History lessons

Kenton man sent to prison for 64 months in two vehicular assaults

A Kenton man who had two serious accidents last summer while intoxicated was sentenced to a total of 64 months in prison by Judge Scott N. Barrett in Hardin County…