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A Canal Winchester man was arrested in Hardin County Thursday on a warrant out of the Upper Sandusky Municipal Court. Mohamed M. Ly was arrested by deputies from the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office.  A deputy from Wyandot County travelled to Forest and took custody of Ly, who was transported to the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office […]

Happy New Year! It is my hope that this finds you and your family healthy and settling into 2021. The end of our second quarter is quickly coming to an end on Friday, January 15th. It is our current plan to return to face to face instruction beginning Tuesday, January 19th. We will also continue […]

The January meeting of Forest Village Council has been postponed. The meeting was scheduled for January 14 but will now be held Thursday, January 21. It will start at 7 pm in the All-Weather Pavilion in Gormley Park.

Perry Township in Allen County mourns the loss of former Fire Chief Daryl Styer.  Styer served Perry Township for 49 years, including a brief stint as Fire Chief in the mid-1990s.  Further details on the Perry Township Fire Department and other area developments may be found by visiting

The official total given to the Allen County Sheriff’s Office for holiday charities last year came to $2,368. The money was raised through private donations, a contribution from the Rhodes State College Police Academy along with a massively-successful No Shave November 2020 campaign.  For the third consecutive year, Ronald McDonald House Charities received $200 of […]

Kenton High School wrestlers competed, but fell to the Defiance Bulldogs 33-42 at home on Thursday night. Of the eight contested matches, three Wildcats came out on top. Carter Bays easily defeated Reece Frederick at 170 lbs with a pin in the first period at 1:42 after scoring three takedowns. Brandon Bowling wrestled up a […]

Several people are facing charges after a pursuit that started in Hardin County ended after a crash in Wyandot County. According to a release from Hardin County Sheriff Keith Everhart, a deputy was driving south on US 68, and observed a northbound Jeep that had been reported as stolen. The deputy turned around, caught with […]

The following letter was released by the school officials: Dear Kenton City Schools Community, I am writing to inform you that two students who attend Kenton High School and one student who attends Kenton Elementary School have tested positive for COVID-19. Due to privacy laws, we cannot disclose further information about these people. Whenever a […]

A special meeting of the BKP Board of Trustees has been scheduled. The meeting will be held Saturday January 9 starting 10am in the conference room at 439 South Main Street in Kenton. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss personnel.

Students looking to enter one of the area’s vocational schools for the 2021-2022 school year are advised to apply quickly.  Kelsey Webb at Ohio Hi-Point Career Center announced this week the opening of the school’s application for the coming year, reminding students that seats in the school’s programs are limited.  Millstream Career Center will conclude […]

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