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Kenton Man Charged with Aggravated Menacing

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A Kenton man was arrested and charged with several offenses following an incident Thursday evening. According to the Kenton Police Department report, officers were dispatched to the 100 block of North Market Street to investigate a complaint about an intoxicated male who was exposing himself. While in route, officers were told the man was also […]

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Man Facing Drug Charges Following Arrest

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A Rushsylvania man was arrested Thursday evening and is facing drug related charges. According to the report from the Kenton Police Department, an observed a man leaving a residence with a history of drug activity. During an investigation, the man was allegedly in possession of what appeared to be three doses of heroin.   31 […]

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Vehicle Damaged by Fire

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A vehicle was damaged by fire Thursday morning in the 900 block of East Columbus Street. According to information from the Kenton Fire Department, firefighters were dispatched to 915 East Columbus Street at just before 10 Thursday morning.   Flames were visible coming from the dash and under the hood of the vehicle, which is […]

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ICC Summer Festival Happening Sunday

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The Immaculate Conception Church Summer Festival will take place this Sunday in Kenton.   The event will run from 10am to 9:30pm and will feature a number of activities for the entire family.   The popular country store and book sale are back this year, plus great food, including a chicken BBQ, will be served. […]

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Women’s Health Event Scheduled Next Month

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The Women’s Health and Festival Fitness Festival next month.   The evening will feature the ONU HealthWise bus and the OhioHealth Hardin Memorial Hospital mobile mammogram unit open to providing screenings.   Mammogram screenings need to pre-register before the event – check to see if you are eligible for a mammogram grant.   Speakers on […]

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HN Band Boosters Looking for Volunteers for Restaurant

Written by on 9 August 2018

The Hardin Northern Band Boosters are looking for volunteers to help in the Band Boosters Restaurant during the Hardin County Fair.   They are in need of as many volunteers as possible to help in the operation.   The Hardin County Fair runs September 4 through the 9 at the fairgrounds in Kenton.   Call […]

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Forest Church Holding Back to School Service

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The Heritage Christian Union Church in Forest is holding a church service dedicated to kids going back to school starting at 10:30 on Sunday August 19.   There will be special music and guest singers. Aieden McNamara, who will be a sophomore at Riverdale when the new year starts, will be the guest speaker.   […]

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Man Charged with Menacing Wednesday Night

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A Kenton man was cited following an incident Wednesday night.   According to the Kenton Police Department report, officers were dispatched to the 300 block of North Leighton Street to investigate a complaint about an unwanted person making threats to residents of the address.   23 year old Justice T. Engle was located a short […]

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Kenton Woman Issued Summons on Theft Charge

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A shoplifting incident at Walmart was reported to Kenton police Wednesday evening.   The Asset Protection Specialist at the store told officers a woman left the store without paying for several items.   The car she was driving was stopped in the 1000 block of East Columbus Street, and all of the stolen items were […]

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Kenton Man Cited Following Union County Crash

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A Kenton man was cited following a crash this week in Union County.   According to the media release from the Union County Sheriff’s Office, 48 year old John Rembis was cited for failure to drive in marked lanes after his vehicle struck another vehicle which he was attempting to pass.   The crash occurred […]

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