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Police Reports: June 19, 2013

Kenton Police Tuesday A sign was reported stolen from outside the Kenton Fire Department. Jennifer Landon, 440 Summitt St., reported finishing some items in her front lawn that did not…

Grant to help Kiwanis club comfort children facing trauma of an emergency

Grant to help Kiwanis club comfort children facing trauma of an emergency

A grant from the Ohio District Kiwanis Foundation should help lessen the trauma of a child’s ambulance ride. The Kenton Kiwanis Kares for Kids program received $2,870 from the state…

Three villages to apply for Community Block Grants

Three Hardin County villages are applying for projects through the state Community Development Block Grant program. The projects were outlined Tuesday morning at a meeting of the Hardin County commissioners.…

That looks heavy

That looks heavy

Comedy juggler Matt Jergens kicks a bowling ball up to his hands to shrieks of delight from the children in attendance Tuesday at Gormley Park in Forest. Jergens juggled a…

Ada approves street project

ADA — Ada Village Council approved the repaving of 19 different sections of streets or alleys on Tuesday night. During it’s regular meeting, council gave administrator Jim Meyer the OK…

Making kites

Making kites

Jonah  (left) Jacob and Abby Diller construct kites during the Hardin Northern Public Library’s Summer Reading Program on Tuesday afternoon. The project was part of a discussion on flight during…

Riverdale honors Accelerated Readers

Riverdale honors Accelerated Readers

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Riverdale Elementary honored a record 40 students during the 2012-2013 school year who reached their goal as part of the school’s Accelerated Reader (AR) Point Club Dinner.…

Hardin Northern, USV make gains on Ohio Graduation Test

Hardin Northern, USV make gains on Ohio Graduation Test

The Ohio Department of Education publicly released the results of the Ohio Graduation Test Monday . For most Hardin County districts, the results were good, but not as good as…

KCS board member seeks feedback on conference affiliation

Is it time for Kenton City Schools to look into a new league for its athletic teams? Board member Mark McCullough believes the time has arrived to discuss the idea…

Administrator takes on role as special education principal

A Kenton City Schools administrator who oversees the district’s online program will be taking on additional special education duties. Robin Bame received a two-year contract as principal of special education,…