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Sewer requirements force McGuffey to borrow funding

McGUFFEY — The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency is requiring the village of McGuffey to make improvements to its sewer plant which will increase the monthly rate paid by residents. To…

Flag award

Flag award

The Kenton Elks recently presented its Flag Display Award to the Kenton Station Senior Villas. Pictured are (from left) Chad Spencer, Elks 157 exalted ruler; Lynn Rainsburg, manager of Kenton…

McElree, Harder to wed

McElree, Harder to wed

Cynthia McElree and Jim Harder of Forest are announcing their engagement and upcoming marriage. Cynthia is the daughter of Lee Kendrick and the late William “Bill” McElree. She is a…

Kenton saves best for last at state meet

Kenton saves best for last at state meet

COLUMBUS — Terrill Webb, Audrey Miller, Kaily Whitaker and Brooke Bostelman were all smiles as they left Jesse Owens Stadium on Saturday afternoon. That’s because the Kenton High School relay…

Ada relay disappointed, but still places at state

Ada relay disappointed, but still places at state

COLUMBUS — Things didn’t go quite as well as hoped for the members of the Ada boys 800-meter relay team during the Division III state track and field meet in…

Klingler medals twice at first state meet featuring wheelchair events

Klingler medals twice at first state meet featuring wheelchair events

COLUMBUS — Ada’s Danny Klingler was part of an historic day at the Ohio High School state track and field meet on Saturday. He was among the first wheelchair athletes…

Kenton wins tourney

Kenton wins tourney

The Kenton Wildcats won the Dragon Shootout fifth grade basketball tournament at Tiffin University recently.  The Wildcats defeated the Toledo Panthers Athletic Club 37-31 and the NWO Eagles 35-16.  Members…

KCS elementary music teacher will miss being with young people every day

KCS elementary music teacher will miss being with young people every day

The first year Deb McEntee spent teaching music at Kenton City Schools was tough, but rewarding enough that she stuck around for another 34 years before retiring this spring. The…

Forest hairdresser now also gathers hazmat information

Forest hairdresser now also gathers hazmat information

Audrey Hankins spends just over half her week at her hair salon, Ms. & His Hair Salon in Forest, meeting new faces and taking care of regulars she’s known since…

Police Reports: June 10, 2013

Kenton police Sunday An employee at Marathon, 925 E. Columbus St., reported that during their shift, they noticed the donation can that sat on the counter was missing. Upon investigation,…