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Kenton Iron Products plans to repair fire-damaged building

Kenton Iron Products plans to repair fire-damaged building

Employees of Kenton Iron Products were in clean-up mode this morning after a after fire roared through the company’s Vine Street facility late Friday night. In addition to no one…

Church secretary saw many changes during 18 years

Church secretary saw many changes during 18 years

During her 18 years as secretary at First United Methodist Church in Kenton, Judi Candler observed many changes. Candler, whose last day on the job was Thursday, has seen four…

Hardin County Municipal Court Report: June 29, 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…

Pee Wee Day Camp celebrates 4th of July

Pee Wee Day Camp celebrates 4th of July

The 2013 Hardin County Family YMCA held its first Pee Wee Day Camp for ages 3-5 on July 24 and 26. They celebrated an early Fourth of July with activities…

Paul K. Craft

age 83, Carey Services for Paul K. Craft will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Stombaugh-Batton Funeral Home in Carey by Pastor Billy Turner. Burial will follow in Spring Grove…

Mildred Markley

age 96, Kenton Services for Mildred Markley will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Price Funeral Home in Kenton by Pastor Steve Hess. Burial will be in Grove Cemetery. Friends…

Dolores E. Painter

age 78, New Hampshire, Ohio Services for Dolores E. Painter will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Waynesfield United Methodist Church by Rev. Kathleen Hayes. Burial will follow at Walnut…

Father, teacher encouraged HN grad to become a writer

Father, teacher encouraged HN grad to become a writer

Elements of his time growing up in Dola have been incorporated into the first published book of William Newman Jr. “Silent Enemies” is the title of the book authored by…

Fire at Kenton Iron Products

Fire at Kenton Iron Products

A Kenton firefighter pours water on flames shooting out of Kenton Iron Products on Vine Street in Kenton on Friday night. All available local firefighters were called in to battle…

Friendly competition

Friendly competition

Local firefighters and law enforcement officials competed to see who could bring in more blood during the Guns ‘n Hoses bloodmobile at the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office on Friday afternoon.…