Upper Scioto Valley recently handed out awards to its spring athletes.
When Kenton City Schools Food Service Director Laura Widder came to the district 10 years ago, one of her top priorities was to see that no child goes hungry.
The seventh Family Fun Day and Car Show will offer guests an estimated 100 antique/classic and hot rod vehicles Sunday and a variety of activities for the entire family.
For the last Kenton-Hardin County Soroptimist Intl. meeting of 2015-2016, President Ruth Waggoner welcomed 21 members and 3 guests on June 2 at 6 p.m. Carrie Haudenschield introduced guests Christina Cross and Jesse Purcell and Angel Kindle introduced Amanda Smith. Waggoner thanked Shirley Green, Linda Moon, and Karen Kier for being hostesses.
Swimming has been a big part of recent Kenton High School graduate Ashton Cole’s life for the past 10 years.
But it’s not just about being in the water; it’s also about the feeling that comes with being on a swim team.
FINDLAY — Three youth from Kenton won the Northwest District Elks Soccer Shoot-Out and will advance to the state shoot-out on Saturday, July 30 at Kids America Sports Center in Coshocton.
Ruby Styer, Camden Hicks and Wyatt Gerlach were the winners who represented Kenton Elks Lodge 157.
Julie Zaring (left), director of Heartbeat of Hardin County and Julie Crowe, Kenton Elks Past Exalted Ruler and grant project chairman, stand with the more than $1,000 worth of diapers and formula donated to the agency through a $2,000 Beacon Grant from the Elks National Foundation. The Elks also held a picnic at Boy Scout Lake for the families of …
The 79th Forest Alumni held its annual banquet in the cafeteria of the Riverdale campus.
At the registration table was Garry and Janis Parsell, class of 1962.
As they prepare to return to their homes in Europe, the four young men who made Kenton their home in recent months will take with them fond memories of their time as Buckeyes, Wildcats and Americans.
Tobias Euler-Rolle from Austria, Max Pirch and Max Mazanke, both of Germany and Luca Dipiazza from Italy are part of the EF High School Exchange Program.
Instructors Norman Newman (right) and Ray Prater teach 4-H members about the proper way to release their arrows as their bows are laid in front of them during an archery session Wednesday at Ridgemont High School.
The classes are part of the project-specific courses offered through the Spark Lab at the OSU Extension Office.
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Kenton is being given the opportunity to reimagine its downtown through a revitalization program.
Aaron Domini, planner with OHM Advisors of Columbus, discussed the two-track project which first would focus below the surface, followed by a streetscape plan. About 40 community members attended an open house to learn about the plans on Wednesday evening at the Hardin County Courthouse.
MOUNT VICTORY — The Old Tin Cup Antiques offers something to just about every interest as it opens its doors for business on Saturday.
Located beside the railroad tracks on Main Street in Mount Victory, the business had been the House of Yesteryear for many years under the ownership of Lowell and Jerry Brose.
But the new owners, Jeff and Shawn Detwiler, think their shop is unique and will be a destination for antiquers throughout the area.
TROY — A Kenton woman is facing charges after she allegedly smuggled drugs into the Miami County jail.
According to a report from WHIO-TV in Dayton, Megan Hair, 24, was arraigned Monday on a charge of conveying drugs into the jail, possession of suspected heroin and fentanyl and possession of a syringe.
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