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Testing of sewer lines in R’way reveals infiltration of system

RIDGEWAY — A scoping and maintenance process on Ridgway’s sanitary sewer system has revealed some major leaks. Council was told Tuesday evening the process located six breaks in the lines…

Students pursuing health careers awarded scholarships

Students pursuing health careers awarded scholarships

Eight area students pursuing health careers have been awarded scholarships for the 2014-2015 academic year by the Hardin Memorial Hospital Foundation. The $500 Mary Lou Johnson Health Career Scholarships are…

4-H’ers plant flowers

4-H’ers plant flowers

The Lynn Valley Farmers 4-H Club planted flowers at the Lynn Township Hall on Saturday as a community service project.” Assisting were (from left, front) Cain Sullivan, Samantha Sullivan, Lora…

Community park fundraiser replaces Wharton Festival

WHARTON — The Wharton Community Park Fundraiser will be from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday, June 28 at the park shelter house. The fundraiser will feature Harlan’s Chicken Barbecue, with…

Hardin County Republicans re-elect officers for year

The Hardin County Republican Party met on June 5 at 7:30 p.m. at Republican Headquarters, 304 W. Franklin St., Kenton. Central Chairman Thomas Wilcox Jr. called the meeting to order,…

Lunch trip

Lunch trip

Residents of Hardin Hills Health and Rehab Center in Kenton took a lunch outing to Tony’s of Findlay. Pictured are (from left) Joe Dulin, Marie Wright, Ellen Horne, Sara Oates,…

Riverdale award winners

Riverdale award winners

The Riverdale softball team handed out awards recently. The winners were (from left): Julia Naus, Golden Glove award, NCC second team and northwest district honorable mention; Aricka Hill, most improved…

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…