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Hardin Community School leaders seek help to continue program’s success

Hardin Community School leaders seek help to continue program’s success

The Hardin Community School shared its successes with a large crowd of businesses, political and education leaders Monday afternoon, but the organizers of the program are also hoping those leaders…

Medicaid expansion public’s top concern at Sprague session

Medicaid expansion public’s top concern at Sprague session

State Rep. Robert Sprague held a town hall meeting to discuss Governor John Kasich’s proposed state operating budget on Monday night at the Kenton Middle School. A proposed expansion of…

Schools seek state funding answers from representative

Rep. Robert Sprague says he understands why Gov. John Kasich’s school funding plan favors city districts over rural schools. However, during a meeting with area school leaders Monday afternoon in…

Kenton continuing to gather information on truck plan

The Kenton city administration is continuing to work behind the scenes on plans to improve the truck traffic flow through the city. Safety Service Director Jim Hites told City Council…

Ridgeway man gets community control for role in statewide theft ring

A Ridgeway man was sentenced to three years of community control for his part in a statewide theft ring during a hearing Monday in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According…

HN FFA students participate in public speaking contests

HN FFA students participate in public speaking contests

The FFA has many contests students can get involved in, many of which give members skills that they can use and develop for their future. One of these contests that…

Four OHP students advance to FCCLA state competition

BELLEFONTAINE — Four Ohio Hi-Point students advanced to the FCCLA state competition after competing at the regional FCCLA rally at Springfield-Clark Technology Center the weekend of March 2. Main campus…

State powerlifting

State powerlifting

Kenton’s Zach Wolowicz attempts to squat a record 530 pounds in the 155-pound weight class during the Division IV, V and VI state powerlifting meet held at Kenton High School…

Stanley E. Hunt

Stanley E. Hunt

age 78, Kenton Services for Stanley E. Hunt will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Schindewolf Stevens Stout Funeral Home in Kenton by Deacon Michael Hood. Burial will be…

Police Reports: March 11, 2013

Kenton police Sunday Ashley Ann Diego, 518 N. Barron St., reported an unknown person entered her home while she was away and took several items. She stated the person also…