The top rabbits earned honors at the Hardin County Fair.
There were plenty of prizes to go around for poultry shown at the Hardin County Fair.
BELLEFONTAINE — Before the volleyball season started this year, Ben Logan coach Allie Reule challenged her group of five seniors. She told the group it was important for the team to not rest on its laurels after winning the Central Buckeye Conference Mad River Division during their junior year, but to leave a lasting mark on the program in their final season.
Inspired by her former youth pastor, Jackie Stalder now finds herself leading the same youth and family program she was once a part of as a youth at the First United Methodist Church in Kenton.
Ada Mayor David Retterer helps Faith Griffin, 5, cut the ribbon to officially open the restored 1941 Pennsylvania Railroad caboose at the Ada Depot Park on Saturday.
About 100 people marched through downtown Kenton to show support for those fighting addiction during the second Hope over Heroin rally Saturday.
Mannys Too Special, driven by Pierce Henry, leads the pack around Turn 4 on the first lap during the 2-year-old colt pace during harness racing Thursday at the Hardin County Fair. Times photo/Ty Thaxton
ADA -- Ohio Northern University graduate student Julya Faulkner, BSBA ’16, has used the adversity she has faced to make an impact on others. Accordingly, she recently received the Beta Alpha Psi Medal of Inspiration Award.
DOLA — With the help of quarterback Bradlee Watts, a big first half from Hardin Northern allowed the Polar Bears to cruise to a 35-20 win over Northwest Central Conference football foe Waynesfield-Goshen on Friday night.
Kenton’s defense had no answer for St. Marys running backs Eric Spicer and Julius Fisher as the duo combined for 350 yards and four rushing touchdowns to lead the Roughriders to a 58-14 rout of the Wildcats in Western Buckeye League action Friday night.
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Austin Heil’s family has had its roots firmly planted at a Pleasant Township farm for six generations and the Kenton High School graduate is diversifying from the traditional farming work to guarantee the future of the homestead.
Heil was featured recently on the Growing Our Generation email newsletter produced by the Ohio Farm Bureau for being the sixth generation to farm the same land.
MOUNT VICTORY — As auditor for the State of Ohio, Dave Yost has had success fighting corruption and he hopes to continue that life-long theme as the next Ohio attorney general.
Current Attorney General Mike DeWine is running for governor, leaving the office open for the auditor to make a bid for the position.
LIMA — Emily Wrencher has been dismissed as director of the Crossroads Crisis Center.
The agency’s Board of Directors announced the action on Friday in a press release from member Andre McConnahea. It reads as follows:
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