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Man Arrested in Connection to Stabbing in Bellefontaine

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One person has been arrested in connection with the stabbing of two people in Bellefontaine early Sunday morning. WPKO radio reported that 30 year old Juan Corio-Chavez was arrested on two counts of felonious assault in connection to the stabbing of Oscar Hernandez and Javier Mendoza inside an apartment the three shared.   After being […]

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Three New Officers Join Findlay Police Department

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The Findlay Police Department has announced three new police officer hires. Kasey Adelsperger, 21, graduated from Mohawk High School and Tiffin University, with a master’s degree in criminal justice. She is currently attending the police academy at Rhodes State College and will graduate in September. Ryan Tittle Jr., 25, graduated from Tiffin Columbian High School and served […]

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Free or Reduced Lunch Applications Available

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If you haven’t done so yet, parents of Kenton City School students are encouraged to fill out an application for free or reduced lunches. Cafeteria Supervisor Regina Comstock said paper applications are still available, but you can also apply online, “They can actually go to kenton.payschools.com and fill out an application. They need to register […]

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Fire Damages Property Near Ada Sunday Afternoon

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Fire damaged a structure Sunday afternoon in the 5000 block of State Route 309 near Ada.   The McGuffey Fire Department was dispatched to 5324 State Route 309 at around 4:30 where a fire started in the garage.   The fire was contained mostly to the garage and an out building on the property. The […]

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Four Injured in Wyandot County Crash

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Four people were injured in a crash that occurred just after 9 Sunday night in Wyandot County.   According to the report from the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office, 52 year old Christopher Kinn, of Carey, attempted to cross State Highway 15 from Township Highway 21, and his car was struck by a vehicle being driven […]

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Two Children Injured in ATV Accident

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Two children were injured over the weekend in a crash involving an all terrain vehicle and a go cart.   According to the report from the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office, deputies were dispatched to the 14,000 block of County Highway 95 to investigate the incident.   It was learned that a 5 year old girl […]

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Woman Arrested Following Dispute in Kenton

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A West Mansfield woman was arrested following a incident over the weekend in the east side parking lot at the city building in Kenton.   According to the report from the Kenton Police Department, officers were dispatched to the scene to investigate a dispute between two people.   When officers arrived, a female allegedly became […]

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OSP Conducting OVI Checkpoint This Week

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The Ohio State Highway Patrol plans to operate an OVI checkpoint sometime this week in a county within our region.   According to a release, the checkpoint is intended to deter and intercept impaired drivers.   The county where the checkpoint will take place will be announced the day before, and the location will be […]

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Ohio Gas Prices Down a Dime from Last Week

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The average price of gas in Ohio dropped a dime from last week.   AAA reported the average price for a gallon of regular gas was 2.69 a gallon today.   Hardin County’s average price also dropped from 2.67 a gallon last week to an average of 2.67 today.   The highest price in our […]

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Kenton City Council Meets Tonight

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Kenton City Council will meet tonight.   Representatives from OHM will give an update on Phase I of the Downtown Revitalization Project.   Council will also introduce 3 items in New Business.   The meeting starts at 7 this evening at the Kenton City Building.

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