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The Boil Water Alert for the 2nd Ward in the of Kenton has been lifted. The water in that area was shut off Wednesday evening so that two valves could be replaced in two separate areas. The advisory was issued when the water was turned back on that night. Again, the Boil Water Advisory for […]

Joe Cornely, a long-time farm broadcaster with roots in Kenton was inducted into the National Association of Farm Broadcasting Hall of Fame. Here is Kolt Buchenroth’s story……  

  Two people were sentenced recently in Hardin County Common Pleas Court.   According to documents from Prosecutor Brad Bailey’s Office:   .Matthew T.A. Manns was sentenced to a total of 22 months in prison on one count each of aggravated possession of drugs and possession of drugs.   .Lori A. Collins was placed on […]

Hardin County Sheriff Keith Everhart is the guest on Public Eye this weekend.   The sheriff took time to thank voters for the nearly 11,500 courtesy votes in the recent election.   He also talked about his recent election as the Buckeye State Sheriff’s Association President and the duties that entails as well as numerous […]

There were no injuries reported after a collision between a semi and a train in Union County Thursday.   According to the Daily Media Release from the Union County Sheriff’s Office, deputies were dispatched to the 23,000 block of Morse Road to investigate the incident.   The semi struck a CSX train at that location. […]

The United Way of Hardin County reminds everyone that making a donation helps to support their 20 partner agencies.   One of the non-profit organizations that receive funding is the New Hope Ministry Park on West Pattison Avenue in Kenton.   It is the county’s only homeless shelter.   The United Way said that contributing […]

Officials are advising residents preparing for Thanksgiving next week about the dangers of the spread of COVID-19 in extended family gatherings.   While that is a holiday tradition, officials say you may want to reconsider it this year.   Speaking from her home in Cedarville Thursday during Gov. DeWine’s press conference, Ohio First Lady Fran […]

Grant money is available to Ohioans who have fallen behind on rent, mortgage, water, and/or sewer bills since the first of April.    The release from the Ohio EPA’s Division of Drinking and Ground Waters reports that $50 million of the Coronavirus Relief Fund from the CARES Act will go to 47 Community Action Agencies […]

Ohio Northern University will hold a “Spotlight on Diversity” webinar on Monday, November 23 at 7 p.m.    The topic is “Paying for College and Applying for Scholarships.”    ONU’s Director of Financial Aid Melanie Weaver will present an overview of the various ways to pay for college and give a review of how to […]

Hancock County law enforcement agencies will present another Coffee with a Cop forum in Findlay.   It is scheduled for tomorrow Saturday November 21 from 9m to 11am at Coffee Amici on South Main Street in downtown Findlay.   The forum gives residents to ask questions, voice concerns and get to know the officers in […]

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