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The University of Northwestern Ohio is announcing the promotion of assistant coach Jill Segura to interim head coach of the Women’s Basketball team after the resignation of John McGinty. Segura began her career with the Racers in June, 2019. McGinty resigned on January 11, 2021 after a year and a half with the university for […]

Kenton City School students are gearing up for a four day weekend. There will be no school on Friday January 15 for records day. There is also no school on Monday January 19 for Martin Luther King Day. Classes will resume Tuesday January 19.

Wyandot County Public Health warns residents that a fake Messenger account using their name is making the rounds.  Complaints report a Messenger account calling itself “Wyandot Covid” and  purporting to be affiliated with Wyandot County Public Health has appeared in residents’ inboxes with discussion of the coronavirus vaccine.  Wyandot County Public Health calls it a […]

A Kenton man was arrested this past weekend after a traffic stop in Union County. According to the Daily Media Release from the Union County Sheriff’s Office, deputies conducted the traffic stop on U.S. 33 near the rest area. Deputies say they recovered a loaded handgun from the vehicle. After further investigation, 23 year old […]

The Liberty Township Park District Board and Ada Schools have been meeting to discuss renewal of the school contract with the park board for use of facilities. Part of the talks have been about ways to improve the fields and facilities going forward to improve usability and safety for many athletic teams. While talks have […]

Governor Mike DeWine has ordered that all U.S. and Ohio flags be flown at half-staff upon all public buildings and grounds throughout Ohio until sunset on January 13.  The order was made to honor the life and service of United States Capitol Police Officers Brian Sicknick and Howard Liebengood, as well as all Capitol Police […]

The United Way of Hardin County campaign ended with a total of $176,862. The goal was $150,000. The United Way of Hardin County Board of Directors thanked every individual, industry or business who donated in any way or amount. The money raised helps to support the 20 partner agencies of the United Way.

The average gas price rose 5 cents a gallon today compared to last week in Hardin County. According to AAA, the average price in the county today is $2.13, compared to $2.08 a gallon last Monday.  That is the cheapest average price in our region. Union County has the most expensive average at $2.31 a […]

An accident in Wyandot County over the weekend led to the arrest of a Tiffin man on numerous charges. According to the report from the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office, a deputy was dispatched to a single vehicle accident on State Highway 67 near Township Highway 37 where a truck ended up off the road and […]

A garage in Kenton was broken into over the weekend and several items were stolen. According to the Kenton Police Department report, officers were dispatched to a residence in Champion Court to investigate. A door on the side of the garage was forced open to gain entry. Several power tools and accessories were reported missing. […]

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