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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…

Abrams ready for state meet

Abrams ready for state meet

When Dylan Abrams takes to the throwing ring for the shot put competition in the Division II State Track Meet in Columbus on Friday, the Kenton thrower will have one…

Confidence key for Shepherd at state

Confidence key for Shepherd at state

DOLA — Last year, Mackenzie Shepherd cleared 9 feet and placed eighth in the pole vault at the Division III Tiffin regional track and field meet. Last week, Shepherd cleared…

Ada softball hands out awards

ADA — The Ada High School softball team held its awards banquet recently. Receiving awards were Ashley Windle – four-year letterman, Offensive MVP, NWC Scholar Athlete and NWC Honorable Mention;…

Police reports: June 3, 2014

Kenton police Nathan Lee Combs, Wharton, was arrested on a warrant from the Findlay Police Department. Carrie L. Vansky, 14103 CR 60, Dunkirk, was cited for a red light violation.…

John W. Hale

John W. Hale

Age, 46 Kenton Services for John W. Hale will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Price Funeral Home in Kenton by the Rev. Scott Johnson. Burial will be in Grove…

Virginia Lovonna Cahill

Virginia Lovonna Cahill

Age, 78 Kenton Services for Virginia Lovonna Cahill will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Kenton Church of the Nazarene by the Rev. David Dooley. Burial will follow in…

Virginia Lee Brocklesby

Virginia Lee Brocklesby

Age, 81 Kenton A graveside memorial service for Virginia Lee Brocklesby will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Grove Cemetery in Kenton by Deacon Jim Seiter. There will be no…

EverPower may pull plug on wind farms over state action

A succession of legislative moves in the past two weeks has left EverPower Wind Holdings seriously considering its decision to invest in projects in Ohio. But Senate President Keith Faber,…