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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…

Mayor seeks more funds for city streets

The city administration would like another $120,000 to spend on Kenton road improvements this year. Mayor Randy Manns presented a plan to City Council on Monday night which identifies sections…

County native slected to lead Alliance

County native slected to lead Alliance

A Hardin County native is optimistic about the county’s ability to land more employment opportunities. Jon Cross will be leading that effort beginning Oct. 1, when he becomes the new…

McGuffey eyes ways to battle grabage problem

McGUFFEY — Two years ago, the village of McGuffey got out of the trash collecting business and turned responsibility over to residents to contract individually with private contractors. The village…

20 complete Citizens Sheriff’s Academy

20 complete Citizens Sheriff’s Academy

The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office completed its 7th Citizens Sheriff’s Academy on June 3 with 20 participants. The academy is designed to provide a working knowledge and background of the…

Civic agenda: June 10, 2014

TUESDAY, JUNE 10 Hardin County Airport Authority – 4:30 p.m., airport Hardin County Veterans Memorial Park Board – 4:30 p.m., probate courtroom Hardin County Veterans Memorial Park Clubhouse Association –…

Riverdale Elementary announces honor roll

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Riverdale Elementary has announced its fourth quarter honor roll for the 2013-2014 school year for students in grades 3-5. All A Third grade: McKenna Clark, Robbie Digby,…

Fair board increases rental fees

The Hardin County Agricultural Society met Saturday at the fair office with 20 board members and several guests present. Committee reports were: • Executive committee – Howard Lyle, chairman –…

Several area athletes place at state track and field meet

Several area athletes place at state track and field meet

COLUMBUS — Even though no one reached the top of the podium, it was a good day on Saturday for Hardin County as several area athletes placed in the top…