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Civic agenda: June 16, 2014

MONDAY, JUNE 16 Kenton Board of Education – 7 p.m., board of education office Riverdale Board of Education – 6 p.m., board meeting room in Central Office Upper Scioto Valley…

Donation to Children’s

Donation to Children’s

Kenton Middle School National Junior Honor Society Vice President Morgan Kohl (Ieft) and President Kylie Khromer present more than $200 worth of coloring books and crayons to LaQuasha Mitchell, a…

County auditor talks technology, triennial update with BPW members

County auditor talks technology, triennial update with BPW members

President Sandy Moore welcomed six members of the Hardin County Business and Professional Women’s Club and one guest to Henry’s Restaurant on Wednesday, May 28 at 5:30 p.m. Norma Frederick…

Price on head of Americans

To the editor: Well I would like to ask every citizen of Hardin County and the United States a question. How do you like having a price on your head?…

League champions

League champions

The Kenton Galaxy won the NWOYSL under-15 division with a 9-0-1 record. The Galaxy scored 50 goals and allowed only eight. Members of the team are (front row, from left):…

Clark wins fishing tourney, leads overall points race

Clark wins fishing tourney, leads overall points race

The Trophy Bassmasters returned to one of their favorite destinations at the most recent club tournament as they traveled east to Knox Lake near Fredericktown. This lake has an 18-inch…

Municipal Court Report: June 14, 2014

Unless otherwise indicated, all cases were heard by Judge Greg A. Grimslid. TRAFFIC In addition to the fines levied against defendants who are found guilty, $39 in state costs, $30…

Gerald ‘Bud’ Leo Hites

Gerald ‘Bud’ Leo Hites

age 89, Columbia City, Ind. formerly of Kenton Services for Gerald “Bud” Leo Hites will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Schindewolf-Stout-Crates Funeral Home in Kenton by Pastor Abe…

Lester C. Spring

age 75, New Hampshire Services for Lester C. Spring will begin at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Waynesfield Baptist Church by the Rev. Don Smith and Pam Spencer. Military honors…

Forest dad instills importance of community service in sons

Forest dad instills importance of community service in sons

FOREST — It is often said the best teaching method is example. That philosophy is difficult to question when considering Orland “Tubby” Hankins. Throughout his life, he and his late…