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Forest Police Report: May 7, 2013

FOREST — Forest Police Chief Shawn T. Taylor reports the department’s activities for April. The following offense reports that resulted in charges, arrests, or a pending investigation included: Two arrests…

John A. Lawrence Sr.

John A. Lawrence Sr.

age 77, Forest Services for John A. Lawrence Sr. will be at noon Friday at Clark Shields Funeral Home in Forest by Rev. Michael Hannah. Interment will follow in Hueston…

Colette Linker McNelis

age 44, Columbus Services for Colette Linker McNelis will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Armentrout Funeral Home in Waynesfield by Fr. Ron Baird. Burial will follow at the…

Casting vote

Casting vote

McGuffey resident Bethany Prater casts her vote this morning in the primary/special election at the Alger/McGuffey/Marion Township precinct in Alger. Voters are deciding the fate of levies for the Upper…

Dunkirk aims for growth

DUNKIRK — The theme for Monday night’s Dunkirk council meeting was growth of the village. In a previously signed agreement between Hardin Northern School and Dunkirk, the school agreed to…

Letters going to all Alger residents in nuisance battle

ALGER — The Alger council will begin its battle against village nuisances early this year. Members approved a pair of letters Monday night which they will use in hopes of…

Grant from United Way

Grant from United Way

At home plate, Judi Ludwig, board president of the United Way of Hardin County, presents a $2,500 venture grant to the Kenton Little League, represented by Matt Jennings, vice president…

Alger to make park improvements

ALGER — There will soon be improvements made at the Alger Park. For several years, the restrooms at the park were closed and were replaced each spring with portable units.…

Girl Scouts work on garden

The Dunkirk Cadettes from Troop 20392 met at the Common Grounds Campground to work on another part of their community garden project. The girls introduced their project to Judi Ludwig,…

Red Cross collects 56 units of blood

The Kenton Moose Family Center hosted an American Red Cross blood drive on Monday, April 26, collecting 56 productive units. Those receiving gallon donor award pins were: Joyce Hayes and…