Author: WKTN News

Stillwater Holds Open House/Ribbon Cutting

Written by on 19 October 2018

Stillwater Metal LLC in Kenton held an Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony today.   The facility on U.S. 68 at the south edge of Kenton produces siding, roofing and trim for contractors in the business.   The founders are Dustin McCullough, Sam Hostestler and Steven McCullough, who have a combined 20 years knowledge in […]

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Two Employers in Region Receive BWC Grants

Written by on 19 October 2018

COLUMBUS – Thirty Ohio employers will share $695,144 in grants from the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) to purchase equipment designed to substantially reduce or eliminate workplace injuries and illnesses. “The safety grant program helps employers purchase equipment that not only protects workers from injury but in many cases also improves processes and productivity, […]

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University of Findlay Cancels Event

Written by on 19 October 2018

The University of Findlay has cancelled an event that was scheduled for next week.   According to a release, Ms. Wheelchair America 14 Jennifer Adams was scheduled to speak on Wednesday October 24, but that has been cancelled.   The event will not be rescheduled.

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6-State Trooper Project targeted speed, safety belts and OVIs

Written by on 19 October 2018

COLUMBUS – The Ohio State Highway Patrol joined forces with members of the 6-State Trooper Project to focus on speed, safety belt and OVI enforcement on Interstate 70. The initiative began Friday October 12 at 12:01 a.m. and ran through Sunday, October 14th at 11:59 p.m. The high-visibility enforcement included the Indiana State Police, Pennsylvania […]

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Hardin County Sheriff’s Office Keeps Flag at Half Staff

Written by on 19 October 2018

The flag at the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office remains at half staff in honor and recognition of those who have fallen in 2018.   The flag will remain lowered until 30 days have passed without a law enforcement officer murdered in the United States, but that has not happened since the sheriff’s office lowered the […]

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Kenton Man Sentenced in Common Pleas Court

Written by on 19 October 2018

A Kenton man was sentenced recently in Hardin County Common Pleas Court.   According to the document from Prosecutor Brad Bailey’s Office:   52 year old Eugene E. Knox Jr., was placed on five years community control with conditions on one count of failure to provide a change of address. He must serve 33 days […]

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Appointments Down for Monday Blood Drive in Kenton

Written by on 19 October 2018

A blood drive will be held in Kenton on Monday October 22.   Blood donations are down due to drives being cancelled because of two major recent hurricanes.   American Red Cross officials say that appointments to donate blood are way down for the Monday blood drive in Kenton.   Visit red cross blood.org and […]

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Drug Bust Leads to Arrest of Findlay Woman

Written by on 19 October 2018

A Findlay woman was arrested following a drug bust  in that city Thursday morning.   According to a release from the Hancock METRICH Enforcement Unit, the search of a residence at 133 Woodley Terrace yielded cocaine, marijuana, cash, a firearm, drug paraphernalia and items indicative of drug trafficking.   28 year old Raven Merschman was […]

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Man Arrested on Parole Violation

Written by on 19 October 2018

A Kenton man was arrested following a shoplifting incident Thursday.   According to the report from the Kenton Police Department, officers were called to Ace Hardware to investigate the incident.   The suspect, identified as 40 year old Timothy Mullins, was arrested for a parole violation.   He was also issued a summons on two […]

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Toledo Man Injured in Wyandot County Crash

Written by on 19 October 2018

A Toledo man was injured in a one vehicle crash Thursday night in Wyandot County.   According to the report from the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office, 58 year old Steven Hashley was travelling northwest on the US 23 exit ramp at State Highway 103 and failed to stop for a stop sign at 103. His […]

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