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Marianne Wright

age 80, Kenton Graveside services for Marianne Wright will be at 2 p.m. Friday, June 13 at Grove Cemetery in Kenton by minister Wayne Vaughn. A celebration of life gathering…

Another opinion of Laundromat

To the editor: The following comments are for Denise Spearman, owner of Kenton’s Laundromat: You stated to the health board that your laundromat is not dirty and is “no worse…

Cookout season

Cookout season

Residents and staff at Hardin Hills Health and Rehab enjoy the cookout kick-off held last week. The facility has cookouts once a month during the summer and fall months, weather…

Dry summer in Forest

Dry summer in Forest

Village swimming pool unlikely to open this year; mayor says future in doubt FOREST — There are no swimmers, waders or divers splashing and playing in the Forest swimming pool…

Kenton hires associate prinicpal for new elementary; eyes busing

Kenton City Schools has added a final administrator to serve the new Kenton Elementary School. Mark Gainer of Cedarville was hired as an associate principal at a special meeting of…

Ada chief surprised by noise levels throughout the village

Ada chief surprised by noise levels throughout the village

ADA — With initial readings complete, it appears the Ada Schools wind turbine may be no louder than everyday sounds around the village. Ada Police Chief and zoning inspector Michael…

Ridgemont, HN sophomores shine on Ohio Graduation Test

Ridgemont, HN sophomores shine on Ohio Graduation Test

The sophomore students in Hardin County’s two smallest districts dominated the results of the annual Ohio Graduation Test for 2014. The Ohio Department of Education released the preliminary results Tuesday…

County, Kenton to partner in effort to secure $700,000 for housing program

Hardin County will partner with the City of Kenton in applying for Community Impact and Preservation Program (CHIP) funding. The city has been successful in securing CHIP funding since 1996,…

Improvement honor

Improvement honor

Mount Victory Community Improvement Corp. President Peggy Harrison (left) and member Donna Dugan present a basket of flowers to Ann Morris as recipient of the village’s Community Improvement Award. The…

KHCB seeks nominations for beautification awards

Keep Hardin County Beautiful is once again sponsoring the annual beautification program. Nominations for beautifully landscaped homes and businesses may be submitted to the KHCB office for the months of…