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Sherman chasing D-I dream

Sherman chasing D-I dream

Recently graduated Kenton High School standout quarterback Grant Sherman could have gone to his choice of smaller colleges and likely been guaranteed a chance to play. However the 6-5, 230-pound…

Border Battle set for inaugural contest

Kenton High School will be well represented in the inaugural Ohio versus Michigan High School All-Star Football game. Three 2014 KHS graduates – Noah Furbush, Justin Sawmiller and Grant Sherman…

Polar Bear Legacy Golf Outing planned

The Polar Bear Legacy Golf Outing, a four-person scramble, will be held at Memorial Park Golf Course in Kenton on Saturday, July 12. Registration will be at 7:30 a.m. with…

Police Reports: June 10, 2014

Kenton police Gerald Eugene Baughman III, 206 N. Main St. No. 2, was issued a summons for criminal mischief. An officer was dispatched to Hardin Memorial Hospital referencing a report…

Erma Mae Geissinger

Age, 92 Upper Sandusky Services for Erma Mae Geissinger will be private with burial taking place at Beverly Hills Memorial Gardens, Beverly Hills, Fla. She died at 1 p.m. Saturday,…

Couple celebrates 50th

Couple celebrates 50th

Thomas and Janice Kay (Scott) Evans of Dunkirk are celebrating their 50th anniversary. The couple were united on June 9, 1964 at Janice’s aunt’s residence in Hamden by the late…

R’mont Library receives donations

RIDGEWAY — There have been many donations to the Ridgeway branch of the Ridgemont Public Library in the past year. In memory of Bill Craig Jr.: Donated by Katrina and…

Social calendar: June 10, 2014

TUESDAY, JUNE 10 Walnut Grove United Methodist Women – 7 p.m. at the church. Program: Dora Flowers. Hostesses: Linda Smith and Sara Oates. Ohio Knit Wits – 7 p.m. at…

Kenton youth turns his ailment into chance to help other children

Kenton youth turns his ailment into chance to help other children

In most soccer games, Matthew Temple finds himself the smallest kid on the field. Kidney ailments have kept him much smaller than the other U-12s in the contest. But when…

Mayor wants Kenton to buy tornado siren

Kenton Mayor Randy Manns is recommending the city move forward with the purchase of a tornado siren for about $35,000. The matter is now in the hands of City Council’s…