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Couple celebrates 55th

Friends and family are invited to attend a 55th wedding anniversary party for Dick and Alice (Boerger) Fay. The open house was planned by their eldest granddaughter, Kristie and families.…

Police Reports: March 25, 2013

Kenton police Sunday Sandy M. McGinnis, Inez, Ky., was traveling south on North Detroit Street when she ran the red light and struck a vehicle driven by Gregory L. Brown,…

Shirley R. Ramsey

age 86, Kenton Services for Shirley R. Ramsey will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Price Funeral Home in Mount Victory conducted by her grandchildren, Jeffrey Hughes and Michael Gross. …

Arlene Lorraine Ross

Arlene Lorraine Ross

age 82, Ada Services for Arlene Lorraine Ross will be at noon Saturday, April 6 at the Grace Gospel Church in Ada by Pastor Trent Boedicker. Friends may call from…

Donna M. Runser

Donna M. Runser

age 92, Kenton Services for Donna M. Runser will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Schindewolf Stevens Stout Funeral Home in Kenton by Pastor Neil Partington. Burial will be…

George Edward Wolf

George Edward Wolf

age 84, Belle Center Services for George Edward Wolf will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Eichholtz Daring and Sanford Funeral Home in Belle Center by the Rev. Jim Burton.…

Kentonite feels at home as city’s chief deputy auditor

Kentonite feels at home as city’s chief deputy auditor

Living in Kenton all her life, Kerri McLaughlin has spent much of her working career out of town. But since becoming chief deputy auditor for the city she calls home,…

Proud mom

Proud mom

New Hardin County Common Pleas Court Judge Scott N. Barrett thanks his mother, Elinor N. Barrett, shortly after being sworn in Monday morning. She held the family Bible for her…

Beef royalty

Beef royalty

The 2013 Hardin County Beef Banquet was held Saturday evening where Demi Snider (second from left) was re-crowned 2013 beef queen and Cassie Deckling (third from left) was crowned 2013…

Friendship with Dearing helps push Mauk

Friendship with Dearing helps push Mauk

Maty Mauk is fighting to be Missouri’s next starting quarterback.  His teammates on offense first list his arm strength as the attribute helping his campaign. “He’s got a really strong…