As Cyber Monday continues in the Kenton area, a few local organizations look to make the most of the occasion. The United Way of Hardin County has announced its partnership with amazon.com. Amazon users looking to contribute to the United Way of Hardin County at no extra cost should visit smile.amazon.com for more information.
Marion Police remind those interested in their department’s opening that another month remains until the application deadline. Per the release on the department’s Facebook page, applicants for the job of patrol officer have until December 30 to submit their applications and test with the National Testing Network. Further information may be found at marionohiopolice.com/employment.
In the event of a calamity day, Findlay City students grades pre-Kindergarten through five will proceed with remote learning. Per a release from Superintendent Troy Roth, the change in policy comes as a result of the delay of the district’s start to the school year until September 8. Lessons for these students would be found […]
The United Way of Hancock County congratulates VFW Post 5645 for their successful food drive last week. Per a release on the United Way of Hancock County Facebook page, the event brought several boxes of canned goods and other nonperishable food items, as well as a substantial monetary donation, to the United Way of Hancock […]
137 meals were donated to Hardin County residents in need this Thanksgiving. Almost $1400 were raised in donations to the project, a partnership between Alice Roof and Our Place Family Restaurant. Kenton Mayor Lynn Webb released a statement thanking the dozens of packing and delivery volunteers, as well as the project’s donors, for their generosity.
The Hardin County OSU Extension will host a free Farm Bill webinar tomorrow morning from 10 to 11. State Directors from the Ohio Farm Service Agency and Ohio State University Extension will discuss considerations between Agricultural Risk Coverage and Price Loss Coverage Federal Commodity Programs. Per the release from the Ohio State University College of […]
Scholarship award applications from the Hardin County University Club II are now available. Alumni of schools in Hardin County who are currently in their junior or senior year of college are eligible to win the University Club II’s yearly $1,000 scholarship. Applications may be found by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The application deadline is February 1. Further […]
A semi truck driver escaped with minor injuries in a roll over accident that occurred early Sunday morning in Hancock County. According to a release from the Findlay Post of the Ohio State Patrol. 34 year old Karar Sheab, of Ontario, Canada, was driving south on Interstate 75 when he swerved to avoid a disabled […]
The theft of a motor vehicle was reported to Kenton Police over the Thanksgiving weekend. According to the report, officers were called to Forest Court Apartments to investigate. The 2005 Chrysler Sebring was stolen sometime this past Friday. The report showed that the motor was running with the keys inside. The vehicle is valued at […]
A COVID-19 pop-up testing site will be in operation in Marysville on Tuesday. Anyone can get a no-cost test at this location. Appointments are strongly encouraged and can be scheduled at union county covid.org/testing/. Only a limited number of drive-ups can be accepted. A health care provider’s referral is not needed. Quantities may be limited. […]