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Theft Reported at a Residence in Kenton

Written by on 14 December 2018

A theft was reported to Kenton police on Thursday.   According to the report, the incident occurred at a residence in the 200 block of West Columbus Street.   An unknown amount of cash and unknown quantity of clothing items were stolen.   There were no suspects listed, and the incident remains under investigation.

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Marion County Sheriff’s Office Delivers Bicycles to Schools

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The Marion County Sheriff’s Office delivered bicycles to the elementary schools in that county.   Each bicycle will be given to a child in need just in time for the holidays.   The bikes were taken to Ridgedale, River valley, Pleasant and Elgin School Districts. Each school received five bicycles.   The Marion Correctional Institution […]

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Upper Sandusky Fire Department Food Drive a Success

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A food drive conducted recently by the Upper Sandusky Fire Department was a success.   On its Facebook page, the fire department thanked everyone who contributed to the annual drive.   Several pickup trucks loads of food and nearly $800 in cash were donated, and will be given to the Christian Food Pantry.

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OSP to Conduct Extra Patrols During Holiday Season

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With a record number of motorists out on the roadways over the holiday season, you can expect more law enforcement officers patrolling the roads.   Lt. Matt Crow, Commander of the Findlay Post of the Ohio State Patrol, said they will be watching for everything from no seat belts to driving under the influence. He […]

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Latta Applauds Passage of Farm Bill

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Congressman Bob Latta joined his colleagues in passing the Agriculture Improvement Act Conference Report, bipartisan legislation to support United States farmers. After passing the Senate this week, the legislation now heads to the President’s desk. The Agriculture Improvement Act, also known as the Farm Bill, will keep in place important crop insurance programs which allow […]

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Missing Logan County Teen May be in Kenton

Written by on 13 December 2018

A teenager missing in Logan County is believed to be in Kenton. WPKO Radio reported that 17 year old Tanner Walls, of East Liberty, was last seen at his residence this past Saturday evening, and his mother reported him missing Sunday afternoon. Walls is six feet 2 inches tall and weighs 120 pounds. He has […]

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Columbus Grove Man Sentenced to Lengthy Prison Term

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A Columbus Grove man was sentenced Wednesday in Allen County Common Pleas Court.   Hometown Stations reported that 62 year old Richard Byrd was sentenced to a total of 56 years in prison on ten counts of rape, two counts of sexual battery and one count of gross sexual imposition.   Byrd pleaded guilty to […]

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Woman Arrested in McCutchenville on Warrant

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A McCutchenville woman was arrested on a warrant this week.   According to the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office report, deputies were in the village attempting to locate two fugitives.   Contact was made with Renee A. Kincade at a residence on State Highway 53, and she was taken into custody on a warrant out of […]

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Carey Man Arrested on Warrant

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A Carey man, who was wanted on a warrant for aggravated trafficking in drugs, was arrested.   According to the report, Wyandot County Sheriff’s deputies took Charles Wildman into custody at a store in the village.   He was transported to the Wyandot County and is awaiting a court appearance.

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HN Student Council Wrapping Presents This Evening

Written by on 13 December 2018

The Hardin Northern Student Council will be wrapping Christmas presents this evening.   Santa’s Little Helpers gift wrapping will operate from 5 until 7 this evening in the Hardin Northern cafeteria.   Just bring in the presents, and they will be wrapped.   The wrapping paper is provided.   Donations will be accepted.

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