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Hardin County Municipal Court News: March 23, 2013

Unless otherwise indicated, all cases were heard by Judge Greg A. Grimslid. TRAFFIC In addition to the fines levied against defendants who are found guilty, $39 in state costs, $30…

Property Transfers from Recorder’s Office: March 23, 2013

RECORDER’S OFFICE Property transfers Carol Ries and others to Russell C. Cahill, part of Lots 1 and 2, Silver Gates Subdivision, Kenton. Tax $144. Kyle T. Richardson to Becky L.…

Juvenile Court Report: March 23, 2013

JUVENILE COURT Unruly and Delinquency Docket Supreme Court rules prohibit the use of a child’s name in a press release from juvenile court. The following cases were heard in September…

R’mont library plans Super Hero Night

R’mont library plans Super Hero Night

The Ridgemont Public Library held Princess Night at the branch library in Ridgeway on Monday evening. Participants in the ‘Princesses in Training’ enjoyed an evening full of fun activities. Loran…

BL teachers at conference

BL teachers at conference

Benjamin Logan Elementary Title I reading teachers Paula Naragon and Jackie Thompson are with Dr. Willard Daggett at the 2013 OAASFEP Title I/Federal Programs Conference on March 20 in Columbus.…

R’mont Teen of the Month

Information in the Elks Teenager of the Month report was incorrect in Friday’s Times. The corrected report for the Ridgemont girl is below: Ridgemont Keysten Mindy Creamer is a junior…

Heroic story of Civil War veteran Jacob Parrott retold

Heroic story of Civil War veteran Jacob Parrott retold

The name Jacob Parrott is easily found in Kenton. There is a street named in his honor, as is the county’s safety center. Signs inform visitors to the county the…

KCS to turn to other bidders after contractor pulls low bid

Kenton’s new preK-6 elementary school won’t be built by a Summit County contractor after all. The apparent low bid from Dunlop and Johnston Inc. of Valley City  to serve as…

New judge

New judge

Steven Christopher was sworn in as Hardin County’s new probate/juvenile court judge Friday afternoon. Administering the oath of office was Hardin County Recorder Brenda Rainsburg while Noah and Sarah Christopher…

Women’s Day of Praise set at First Baptist

Women’s Day of Praise set at First Baptist

Karen Ehman, the director of Proverbs 31 Ministries national speaking team and contributor to Focus on the Family’s magazine Thriving Families, will be the guest speaker at Kenton First Baptist’s…