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Enjoying lunch

Enjoying lunch

Pictured are some of the Lunch Bunch group of Hardin Hills who went to the Plaza Inn in Mount Victory for lunch. They are Carol Fulks, Jane Regan, Marie Wright,…

Homemade bread

Homemade bread

Kenton Nursing and Rehab residents enjoy a morning with homemade bread. Shown with social services assistant Tiffany Turner are residents (from left) Georgia Sheldon, Betty Williams, Nila Highslip and Shirley…

Learn about law enforcement

To the editor: Do you want to learn about Hardin County law enforcement and how it strengthens our community? I had such an opportunity. For eight weeks, I along with…

God’s presence felt

To the editor: As the Fourth of July fast approaches, I was contemplating about how my family could celebrate this holiday. Being such a patriotic day, I decided once again…

Kenton’s Furbush decides Michigan

Kenton’s Furbush decides Michigan

A lot of factors go into making a big decision. For Kenton High School senior Noah Furbush, the first factor that went into deciding where to play college football had…

Mouser wins golf tourney

BUCYRUS — Ridgemont’s Devin Mouser won the 13-15 age division  of the Heart of Ohio Junior Golf Association tournament Tuesday at the Golf Club of Bucyrus. Mouser birdied the par-4…

Top fishermen

Top fishermen

Andy Cripple (left) won the Trophy Bassmasters fishing tournament held at Lake St. Clair on the Michigan-Canada border. Cripple caught 14.6 pounds of fish. John Clark (center) placed second with…

Single-event tickets for Bluffton series

BLUFFTON — Single-event tickets go on sale Saturday, July 20 for the 2013-14 Bluffton University Artist Series, featuring the Golden Dragon Acrobats, pianist Hyperion Knight, the Lima Symphony Orchestra, the…

Comstock ready to launch fireworks display

Comstock ready to launch fireworks display

Mike Comstock helped out for a couple of years at the Columbus fireworks extravaganza, Red, White and Boom! That’s the only time in his 32 years helping with fireworks displays,…

Tall corn

Tall corn

Forget “knee high by the Fourth of July.” At nearly seven feet high, this field owned by Rohrs Farm on County Road 65, southeast of McGuffey, has some of the…