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Ohio Hi Point Board of Education Met Wednesday

Written by on 13 December 2018

The Ohio Hi-Point Joint Vocational School District held the December meeting Wednesday night.   Several items on the agenda were taken care of at the meeting, including instructors for satellite’s from Kenton, Upper Scioto Valley and Riverside to chaperone 16 students who’ll be attending the BPA Region 16 trip to Nashville, Tennessee March 21-23,2019/ The […]

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Free Community Lunch to be Served Saturday

Written by on 13 December 2018

A free community lunch will be served this Saturday December 15.   The free hot meal will be served to the public from 11:30am to 12:30pm at the Trinity United Presbyterian Church, located at the corner of West Columbus and Market Streets in Kenton.   This is a joint mission of Our Savior’s Lutheran Church […]

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Food for Fines Program Continues at MLJ Library

Written by on 13 December 2018

A reminder that the Food for Fines program is underway at the Mary Lou Johnson Hardin County District Library in Kenton.   Through December 31, you can bring in any non perishable food item and receive $1.00 off your fines for each item.   You can contact the library if you need more information.

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Riverdale 200 Club Encouraging Residents to Sign Up

Written by on 12 December 2018

The Riverdale Athletic Boosters are encouraging residents to sign up for the 200 Club.   The 200 Club is an annual $5000 fundraiser that has been around for the more than 30 years.   Riverdale athletes and sports teams benefit from the fundraiser.   Membership runs through October 31 at a cost of $50.   […]

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Robinson Avenue House Damaged by Fire

Written by on 12 December 2018

Fire damaged a house on Robinson Avenue late Tuesday afternoon.   According to information from the Kenton Fire Department, firefighters were dispatched to 312 Robinson Avenue at just before 5 Tuesday.   Smoke was visible out of the attic upon arrival. All occupants were out of the house and there were no injuries.   Heavy […]

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Water Main Break Repaired in Alger

Written by on 12 December 2018

A water main break was repaired in the village of Alger on Tuesday.   Crews were able to make the repairs while maintaining low water pressure to the residents.   Since it was not necessary to shut the water off completely, no boil water advisory was needed in the village.

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Alger Man Cited Following Crash in Findlay

Written by on 12 December 2018

An Alger man was involved in a crash that occurred Tuesday afternoon in Findlay.   WFIN Radio reported that 61 year old James Lee was driving east on Tiffin Avenue and failed to stop in time to avoid hitting a car operated by 39 year old Aleisha Gilmore, who had slowed down to make a […]

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Shoplifting Reported at Kenton Business

Written by on 12 December 2018

A shoplifting was reported to Kenton Police early this morning.   According to the report, three named suspects stole some food items from the Village Pantry.   The three had left the store prior to officers arriving.   The names, ages and addresses of the three suspects were listed on the report, but so far […]

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Burkhart Named Ohio Master Shepherd

Written by on 12 December 2018

In the photo: The 2018 Charles Boyles Master Shepherd of the Year was Dave Burkhart of Hardin County. He was recognized at the 2018 Shepherd’s Symposium. He is pictured with Ohio Sheep Improvement Association & Ohio Sheep and Wool Program Executive Director Roger High (far left), Nancy Wilcox, and 2018-2019 Ohio Lamb and Wool Queen […]

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