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Police Reports: July 3, 2013

Kenton police The following individuals were cited for driving on a closed road: Freddie J. Garcia, Mount Vernon; Rayfield hicks Jr., Albany, Ga.; Luis Cintron Jr., Stuart, Fla.; Terry G.…

Retired teachers group hears about evolution of courthouse

Retired teachers group hears about evolution of courthouse

Twenty-two members of the Hardin County Retired Teachers Association, and three guests, met at noon at Walnut Grove United Methodist Church on June 21. The host committee was chaired by…

Congregation surprises pastor and wife with anniversary party

Pastor Tom and Sally Eisenman were pleasantly surprised when the congregation of the First Reformed United Church of Christ hosted a surprise 60th anniversary party at Henry’s Restaurant on Sunday,…

Students in the News: July 2, 2013

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Travis Cameron King of Kenton has been awarded a bachelor of science degree in industrial engineering from Purdue University following the spring semester. He earned academic…

Furbush chooses Michigan

Noah Furbush verbally committed to play football at the University of Michigan on Monday. Furbush, who will be entering his senior season at Kenton High School, pledged to be a…

First in Red Cross scramble

First in Red Cross scramble

The first place team in the Hardin County Red Cross Golf Scramble on June 29 was Buckeye Machine Fabricators, featuring (from left) Alex Henry, Dan Todd, Kyle Boyd and Michael…

Roger Allen Hofacker

age 64, Port Clinton Graveside services for Roger Allen Hofacker will be at 11 a.m. Monday, July 8 at Rose Cemetery in Oak Harbor. Friends may call 4-7 p.m. Wednesday…

Wendell R. Hoover

age 65, Richwood Graveside services for Wendell R. Hoover will be at 11 a.m. Friday at York Township Cemetery by Pastor John Ramsey. He went home to be with our…

Police Reports: July 2, 2013

Kenton police A male was reported walking out of the Scioto River at the Wayne Street bridge. Upon arrival, an officer found Michael Kevin Jones, 122 N. Market St., soaking…

Alger officials want oversized vehicles to use different route

ALGER — Noting the problem continues to increase, the Alger Village Council continues to look at ways to combat the problem of oversized vehicles in the town. Members said these…