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Riverdale softball topped 7-4

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Galion scored in five of the seven innings Friday night to top Riverdale softball 7-4. Taylor Farmer had a four-hit game for the Falcons, including a home…

Dawn E. Holtzberger

age 53, Forest Services for Dawn E. Holtzberger will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Clark Shields Funeral Home in Forest by Pastor Karen Rarey. Burial will be in…

Eugene Shepherd

age 78, Alger Services for Eugene Shepherd will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Hanson-Neely Funeral Home in Alger by Elders Fred Preston and Denvier Coudill. Burial will be…

Police Reports: April 29, 2013

Kenton police Sunday An unoccupied vehicle owned by Larry D. Moore, 620 E. Columbus St., was parked in the back yard of the residence when it was struck by an…

Kenton breaks ground for new elementary

Kenton breaks ground for new elementary

People young and old turned out for the groundbreaking for the new Kenton Elementary School on Saturday morning. “It’s amazing to feel the excitement and see the energy in this…

Students tell what the new building means to them

Students tell what the new building means to them

Kenton students in preschool through fourth grade were asked to write essays about “What the new school means to me.”  Eight students shared their essays with community and school district…

KCS can use LFI money on new route

Providing enough vehicular access to the new Kenton Elementary School is the one remaining concern for the project, for which ground was broken Saturday. Tom Brim, school board president, has…

Artwork on display at Expo

Artwork on display at Expo

Kathy Klingelhofer was one of the early visitors to the Hardin County Art Expo Sunday afternoon at the fairgrounds. County adult artists, along with elementary, junior high and high school…

Successful day

Successful day

The third annual Drug Take Back Day was “very productive,” said Hardin County Sheriff Keith Everhart, who stands with a part of the drugs collected. An estimated 175 pounds of…

Patterson mayor: Village could benefit from fiscal emergency

Patterson mayor: Village could benefit from fiscal emergency

While the Ohio Auditor’s Office considers if the village of Patterson should be placed in fiscal emergency, the small village’s mayor said the declaration may be what the town needs…