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Police Reports: August 6, 2013

Kenton police Debra A. Hanshaw, 1037 S. Main St. Apt. 3, was walking in the parking lot behind a vehicle operated by Bruce A. Fassler, LaRue, when Fassler struck Hanshaw…

Dorothy L. (Schafer) (Horn) Brown

age 88, West Liberty Private family services were held privately for Dorothy L. (Schafer) (Horn) Brown. She died Sunday, Aug. 4, 2013 at the Green Hills Care Center in West…

Irvin A. Dysert Jr.

age 84, Kenton Services for Irvin A. Dysert Jr. will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Price Funeral Home in Kenton. Burial will be at a later date with military…

Lisa Ann Frater

Lisa Ann Frater

age 50, Dunkirk A celebration of life service for Lisa Ann Frater will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Grace United Methodist Church in Dunkirk by Pastor Gregg King.…

Thomas L. Spencer

age 80, Harrod Services for Thomas L. Spencer will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Hanson-Neely Funeral Home in Ada by the Rev. Gale Gebhart. Burial will be in…

Latta learns how fed funds benefit county

Latta learns how fed funds benefit county

U.S. Representative Bob Latta, R-Bowling Green, was given a personal tour of Hardin County Monday and discussed projects and concerns with the county’s elected officials. Latta said such visits keep…

Fight against cancer

Fight against cancer

Mike Styer, 220 E. Columbus St., Kenton, poses with some of the bikes he is selling to raise money for Relay for Life. Styer, who accepts donated bikes from people,…

Family’s donation will help library’s low-vision patrons continue to read

Family’s donation will help library’s low-vision patrons continue to read

Thanks to the Whitaker family’s donation, vision-impaired patrons of the Mary Lou Johnson-Hardin County District Library in Kenton will be able to continue to enjoy reading their favorite material. Kenton…

Dunkirk tornado siren to be installed

DUNKIRK — Dunkirk should soon have a working tornado siren again. Village Superintendent Paul Cramer told council during its regular meeting Monday night, that on Wednesday a hole will be…

Alger to take more to court over nuisances

ALGER — At its last meeting, the Alger council voted to file charges against 12 property owners who they believe are in violation of the town’s nuisance ordinances. Monday, council…