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Wildcats look for redemption and more at state track meet

Wildcats look for redemption and more at state track meet

“Really, really bad.” That was how Kaily Whitaker felt last spring when she, along with her Kenton teammates, finished ninth in the 4 by 100-meter relay in the finals at…

Archer impresses in first track season

ADA — Before the season started, the Ada track coaching staff was scouring the halls, trying to get more kids to come out for the spring sport. They found a…

Connie Sue Jenkins

Connie Sue Jenkins

age 75, West Mansfield Services for Connie Sue Jenkins will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Rushsylvania United Methodist Church by Rev. Gene Phelps. Burial will be at Rushsylvania Cemetery.…

Police Reports: June 6, 2013

Kenton police Donna Lightner, 551 N. Leighton St., was arrested on a warrant from the Hardin County Municipal Court. An employee at Kenton Iron reported that there was a male…

Forest Police Report: June 6, 2013

FOREST — Forest Police Chief Shawn T. Taylor has released a report of the department’s activities for the May. The following offense reports resulted in charges, arrests, or a pending…

Workers who lost jobs in Kenton learn of openings at Whirlpool

Workers who lost jobs in Kenton learn of openings at Whirlpool

Even as many of the 85 former workers from Plastic Systems were going to the Hardin County Job and Family Services offices in Kenton for assistance Monday, the agency was…

Retiring USV teachers will miss moment when students ‘get it’

Retiring USV teachers will miss moment when students ‘get it’

McGUFFEY — Three teachers, Charles Renner, Connie Dyer and Cindy Bridenbach, are retiring from Upper Scioto Valley this spring. While each of them is looking to different futures, they all…

A new friend

A new friend

Piercen Brooks (left) holds one of Peter Rushton’s pythons around his neck during the kickoff of the Alger Public Library’s summer reading program “Dig Into Reading” on Wednesday afternoon. Rushton…

Dunkirk woman sent to prison

A Dunkirk woman was sent to prison for 30 months as a result of two trespassing offenses. According to court records from Prosecutor Brad Bailey’s office, Heather Ann Klingler was…

Barnyard visitor

Barnyard visitor

Hannah Heilman of the Kenton FFA visited the Mary Lou Johnson-Hardin County District Library Wednesday afternoon with one of her sheep. Children who attended the program were able to pet…