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Kenton falls to Bath in pitchers’ duel

Kenton falls to Bath in pitchers’ duel

LIMA — Tristan Reichelderfer gave the Kenton baseball team a stellar performance on the mound during the Wildcats’ sectional final game against Bath on Thursday afternoon. Unfortunately for the visiting…

Naus, Farmer lead Lady Falcons to sectional crown

Naus, Farmer lead Lady Falcons to sectional crown

ARLINGTON — With the game tied and the bases loaded in the fourth inning, coach Luke Swavel had just whom he wanted at the plate in Riverdale’s Division IV sectional…

Rams’ Holbrook first in two events on first day of NWCC meet

WAYNESFIELD — Upper Scioto Valley’s Brittany Holbrook got off to a good start in her quest to win four individual events on Thursday at the Northwest Central Conference track meet.…

I. Louise Johnston

I. Louise Johnston

age 97, Bluffton There will be a private graveside service for I. Louise Johnston at a later date at Hale Cemetery in Mount Victory. She died at 2:05 p.m. Wednesday,…

Police Reports: May 16, 2014

Kenton police Amber Cornish was issued a citation for driving without a valid operator’s license and fictitious plates. A report was taken of a small child playing on the roof…

Community foundation awards $180,000 in grants

Community foundation awards $180,000 in grants

The Hardin County Community Foundation awarded 140 grants and five scholarships totaling $180,840 at its Grants Award Ceremony on Thursday at the Armory in Kenton. Since its first grant of…

Clerk of courts wants closer site for title office

Hardin County Clerk of Courts Carrie Haudenschield is looking for a new home for the title department. That part of her services is currently located with the Extension Office and…

Ada Schools gets positive outlook

ADA — All financial signs point positive for Ada Schools according to the five-year forecast presented by Treasurer Christy Beaschler at Thursday’s Ada school board meeting. Following a couple down…

KCS street extension project gets low bid

A Celina contractor is the apparent low bidder on a project to extend roads to serve the new Kenton Elementary School. VTF Excavation’s total bid of $773,699 was the lowest…

Cabaret at KHS

Cabaret at KHS

Kenton’s Top 20 show choir performs a song from its competition show during its dress rehearsal Thursday night for Cabaret 2014. It will be presented at 7:30 p.m. today and…