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Kenton announces cleanup plans

Kenton’s annual spring cleanup is planned April 15-18 in front of the livestock buildings at the Hardin County Fairgrounds, announced Safety Service Director Jim Hites. Again this year the city…

Task Force arrests two on drug charges

A Hardin County resident was arrested on drug-related charges following a traffic stop in Hale Township on Wednesday. The Hardin County Crime Task Force arrested Nick Newman for trafficking in…

Easter surprise

Easter surprise

The Easter Bunny surprised the 3-year-old class at the First United Methodist Preschool on Tuesday. The children had a fun day with their Easter party, ending it with a visit…

Easter activities

Easter activities

A group of about 150 students from Westview Kindergarten in Kenton visited the Hardin County Council on Aging for an event based around Easter. The kids were able to pet…

Homemakers’ Spring Achievement Day draws 91

Homemakers’ Spring Achievement Day draws 91

Ninety-one members and guests attended the 64th annual Spring Achievement Day on Tuesday at the Kenton Moose Family Center basement. Using the theme “Pathway to Spring,” Program Chairperson Carol Wilcox…

Coupon lesson

Coupon lesson

Students in the Food Science class at Benjamin Logan High School completed a two-month extreme couponing project.  Students worked to secure the most items as well as save money.  Students…

Pancakes, anyone?

Pancakes, anyone?

Ada Kiwanis Club member Scott Allison serves pancakes at the club’s 61st annual Pancake and Sausage Day Saturday at the Ada High School cafeteria.…

Sheriff at Rotary

Sheriff at Rotary

Sheriff Keith Everhart (right) was the guest speaker for the March 25 meeting of the Kenton Rotary Club.  Pictured with him is Rotary member Mark Rogers.…

Snow bunny

Snow bunny

Three Kenton area children took advantage of the six-inch wet snow that they awoke to on Monday to build a snow bunny. Claire Bailey (left) and Saylor Baum (right) were…

Facts, fairness should matter

Carefully reading the news might cause an outside observer to conclude that facts and fairness are the enemies of the modern GOP. Michael Solon (a former advisor to Sen. McConnell)…