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Learn about law enforcement

To the editor: Do you want to learn about Hardin County law enforcement and how it strengthens our community? I had such an opportunity. For eight weeks, I along with…

God’s presence felt

To the editor: As the Fourth of July fast approaches, I was contemplating about how my family could celebrate this holiday. Being such a patriotic day, I decided once again…

Items stolen from grave

To the editor: I went to my sister’s grave today (6/23/2013), Peggy Ann Owings, in Dunkirk to put batteries in the butterfly lights I put on my sister’s stone, a…

Join the fun as a Boy Scout

To the editor: Hey, if you have boys that are 10 1/2 after grade 5 or older let them come join the fun as a Boy Scout. Keith Gibson and…

Shorten Fourth of July parade

To the editor I have been wanting to write about the holiday parades we have in Kenton for quite some time now. My family really enjoys the parades and I…

Need action on dog pound

To the editor: I realize that the dog pound is not a priority to the commissioners until they have to go there to retrieve their own beloved pet. If their…

Swim program needs helpers

To the editor: Summer has arrived and so has the time for Red Cross swimming lessons! As in past years the Ada Learn To Swim Program is in need of…

Stop ignoring facts at USV

To the editor: “We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.” – Anais Nin This truth might explain why there is still such differences of…

Something is wrong with judicial system

To the editor: I would like to know why B.J. Hall was fined when he went to court, and why Judy Scott was not. I know both B.J. Hall and…

Kenton second graders learn lesson of giving

To the editor: On April 24 our teacher took ten students to McDonald’s for lunch as a treat for doing well in reading this year. As we were finishing ordering,…