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Traffic stop leads to arrests on drug charges

One male and one female were arrested by the Hardin County Crime Task Force following a traffic stop Friday. According to a press release from Sheriff Keith Everhart, David Woodruff…

Eight county youth compete in rabbit contests at state fair

Eight county youth compete in rabbit contests at state fair

One hundred and nineteen youth from all over Ohio participated in the Ohio State Fair rabbit contests. Of those, eight were Hardin County youth. The competitions included rabbit skillathon, breed…

Ada Kiwanis Club plans memorial tree dedication

Ada Kiwanis Club plans memorial tree dedication

President Myrna McCurdy called the weekly meeting of the Ada Kiwanis Club to order at noon Tuesday, July 30 in McIntosh Center, ONU. The invocation was offered Jon Umphress. The…

Community service

Community service

Members of the Hardin County Wranglers 4-H Club cleaned up the flower beds at Hardin Hills Health Center in Kenton on Sunday, Aug. 4 for a community service project. They…

Football practice begins

Football practice begins

A group of Kenton defensive players work on agility and footwork by cutting in narrow spaces during the first official day of practice. Kenton coach Mike Mauk (black shirt) addresses…

Herron, Ahle win Rushsylvania Rockets 5K

Herron, Ahle win Rushsylvania Rockets 5K

RUSHSYLVANIA — The ninth annual Rushsylvania Rockets 5K saw Brenda Herron and Tyler Ahle take the top spots Saturday. Herron was the top female finisher with a time of 22:41,…

KHS class of 1945 reunites

The Kenton High School class of 1945 met at Henry’s Restuarant on July 20 to celebrate the 68th year since graduating from high school. There were 17 members and 11…

Students in the News: August 5, 2013

BEXLEY — Kaitlin Hicks of Alger and Allison Wilson of Dola were named to the Capital University President’s List for the spring 2013 semester. The President’s List indicates the highest…

Scoreboard not measure of success in first scrimmage

Scoreboard not measure of success in first scrimmage

New Kenton girls soccer coach Sybolt Hijma didn’t use the scoreboard to measure the success of the Wildcats’ first scrimmage Saturday night. The final score didn’t show many of the…

Playing for the title

Playing for the title

Mackenzie Wills stretches for a ball during the finals of the ‘A’ doubles Sunday of the second annual Kenton tennis tournament. Wills and her father, Scott, defeated Tracy Shepherd and…