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The Kenton City Schools Board of Education will take care of a number of personnel matters at its meeting tonight.   Among them are the retirements of 4 long time employees.   They include Cheryl Hiller after 38 years, Vickie Warmbrod, 35 years, George Wyndham, 27 years and Dennis Sprang after 16 years.   Numerous […]

Graduates from the Class of 2020 at Kenton High School will have the opportunity to participate in a “Senior Cruise” on Saturday May 23.   They will depart the Kmart parking lot at 7 that evening.     The route will take them past the Kenton Elementary School to Main Street and around the square before […]

The Hardin County Chamber of Commerce is bringing back the tradition of cruising the square in Kenton. That is a tradition that was part of the heritage of many generations.   This event will start from 7-9 this Friday night May 22, and will continue on the fourth Friday of every month throughout the Summer. […]

Gas prices decreased a couple of cents from last week.   According to AAA, the average price in Hardin County today is $1.78 a gallon, compared to $1.80 last Monday.   That is the cheapest price in the region.   Hancock and Union Counties have the most expensive price at $1.85 a gallon.   The […]

(Marion) Marion Technical College is proud to announce 244 students are graduating. All of these associate degree recipients persevered despite the unusual challenges from the novel coronavirus pandemic which forced all classes to move online for Spring Semester. The graduation ceremony was originally scheduled for May 9. It is tentatively rescheduled for a drive-in ceremony […]

The University of Findlay’s Mazza Museum is widely known as the world’s largest collection of original artworks by children’s book illustrators. On Wednesday, May 20, the Mazza Museum will break ground on the Joseph and Judith Conda STEAM Education Center with a socially distant Groundbreaking Ceremony. With the primary goal of promoting literacy and enriching […]

There were 25,349 confirmed and 1605 probable for a total of 26,954 cases of COVID-19 in Ohio as of Friday afternoon. 4791 people were in the hospital, with 1277 of them in intensive care units. 1431 people have died in Ohio since the pandemic began. There were 31 confirmed cases in Hardin County. The Kenton-Hardin […]

This release was issued by Kenton Superintendent Jennifer Penczarski…. We are happy to announce this week’s upcoming activities for Seniors and their parents: *2020 Seniors have chosen times on Tuesday and Thursday to receive their diplomas in our brand new full turf field house. While receiving their diploma, thanks to private donors, our seniors will […]

The Mayor of the Village of Forest reflects on his first few months in office on this weekend’s Public Eye program.   Dean Hankins said it was a smooth start thanks in part to the efforts of new Administrator Chase Fletcher.   The mayor also said he felt like he was ready for the position […]

A Findlay man was arrested on several charges following a pursuit with Findlay Police late Thursday afternoon. The following release was provided by the Findlay Police Department: Officers were called to a residence on Lima Ave. to investigate a possible complaint of criminal trespassing. During the investigation an Officer attempted to speak with the suspect […]

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