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Kenton City School officials announced over the weekend that another student tested positive for COVID-19. The following letter was sent Sunday: Dear Kenton City Schools Community, I am writing to inform you that a student who attends Kenton Middle School has tested positive for COVID-19. Due to privacy laws, we cannot disclose further information about […]

The Goshen Township Board of Trustees will hold a Special Meeting this Wednesday evening. The meeting will start at 5:30pm and will be held at 21012 County Road 100. The Board of Trustees received a complaint about a Goshen Township nuisance violation, and they will hear evidence and consider whether a nuisance exists on the […]

Kenton City Council will hold its first regular meeting of 2021 this evening. There is only one item on the agenda. An ordinance confirming the lease of space for antennas and related equipment for internet services on the existing water tower at 610 West Kohler Street is on second reading. The meeting will start at […]

The Kenton City Schools reorganizational meeting will be held this evening. The election for the Board President and Vice President will be held and committee assignments will be made at the meeting. The regular January meeting will then follow. Several personnel issues are on the agenda for that meeting. The meeting starts at 7 in […]

Baseball and softball players grades Kindergarten through eight are eligible to join winter hitting leagues hosted by the Hardin Northern Local School District.  Seven-inning or 45-minute games will be held between five-player squads each Sunday afternoon from January 17 through February 21.  Area coaches will also be on hand to provide players with hitting instruction.  […]

KENTON-Hardin Co. Soroptimist International announced the Club 250 winner for the week. Christy Beaschler will receive $100. Club 250 is a fundraiser that helps to award scholarships to local women and girls. Week 1-48 win $100. Week 49-50 win $125, week 51 wins $250, and Week 52 wins $500. Winning tickets drawn week 1-48 will […]

The Defiance Bulldogs defeated the Kenton Wildcats 61-38 in Western Buckeye League boys basketball play Friday. Kenton jumped out to an early 6-2 lead but Defiance responded with a 17-2 run to take control of the game. The Bulldogs (4-4 overall, 1-1 WBL) got 20 points and six rebounds from Cayden Zachrich while Joe Lammers […]

The Hardin County Historical Museums is collecting information on area veterans for a special project. Director Sheena Striker said those who purchased a veteran’s banner are being asked to provide the information that is needed for the project, “We will be creating a book about those who have served in the military from this county. […]

OhioHealth Associates Receive COVID-19 Vaccine All associates agreed they were taking the vaccine for the safety of their patients and families. Dr. Joseph Gastaldo, OhioHealth medical director of infectious diseases stated, “As infectious disease experts, we have known that for the tide to turn in this tremendous battle with a very deadly disease we needed […]

KENTON, Ohio – Ronald L. Zimmerly, Jr., President and CEO of Liberty National Bank, recently announced the Bank’s participation in the Welcome Home Program, which is a grant sponsored by the Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati. The Welcome Home Program was designed to assist eligible homebuyers with down payment or closing costs when purchasing […]

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