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More Remains of Michigan Man Found Tuesday

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More remains of a Michigan man were found Tuesday along I-75 in Hancock County. WFIN Radio reported that investigators from the State Highway Patrol found the remains and more evidence as the investigation into death of 39 year old David Carter continues. A man has been arrested in connection to the death, that according to […]

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O-G Put on Modified Lockdown Tuesday

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Ottawa-Glandorf High School in Putnam County was put on a modified lockdown Tuesday due to a possible threat. Hometown Stations reported that a modified threat means students and staff maintain a normal schedule, however the doors are locked and visitors have be let in by the front office. According to the school district, a student […]

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Bluffton University to Host Forum on Nonviolence

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BLUFFTON, Ohio – Dr. Eric Seibert, professor of the Old Testament at Messiah College in Mechanicsburg, Pa., will speak during Bluffton University’s Forum at 11 a.m. on Oct. 30 in Yoder Recital Hall. The title of his presentation is “Following the Nonviolent Way of Jesus: Why Christianity and Violence Don’t Mix.” The professor will describe […]

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BBB Doesn’t Want Consumers to Fall for Halloween Tricks

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Columbus, OH (October 17, 2018) – Shopping for Halloween should be fun—not terrifying. With so many costume and decoration ideas, it’s hard to choose what to buy, and where to buy it from. According to the National Retail Federation, Halloween spending for 2018 is expected to reach $9 billion, with consumers planning to spend an […]

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Riverdale Dismissing Early Thursday

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Riverdale Local Schools will be dismissing at 1:00 pm on Thursday, October 18th in order to allow students and staff the opportunity to celebrate the life of Katelyn Martin.   In addition, the Fall Choir Concert scheduled for Thursday evening has been canceled.   Harvest Day which was scheduled to take place during the day […]

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Pedestrian Bumped into by Vehicle While in Crosswalk

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A pedestrian was transported to the hospital as a precaution after being bumped into by a vehicle while crossing Columbus Street Tuesday morning.   According to information from the Kenton Police Department, Gary Crumm was in the crosswalk when a vehicle operated by Marcus S. Weaver attempted to turn left from Hester Street.   The […]

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Man Cited Following Disturbance in Kenton

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A Kenton man was cited following a disturbance Tuesday at a house in the 600 block of East Carrol Street.   According to the report from the Kenton Police Department, officers were called to the house to investigate a complaint about people fighting in the residence.   At the scene, 43 year old Jonathan Steele […]

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HCSO Holds Annual Awards Dinner

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Sheriff Keith Everhart and Chief Deputy Dennis Burns presented numerous awards and recognitions during the annual Hardin County Sheriff’s Office awards dinner earlier this month. Receiving awards were Deputies Brian Bodine, Isaac Woltz, Austin Carey, Kendrick Garmon, Jason Snyder and Greg Hinebaugh. Also, Communications Supervisor Emily Roy, Sgt. Rich Williams, & Detective Supervisor Terry Sneary. […]

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FFA Converges on Indianapolis Next Week

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INDIANAPOLIS (Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018/National FFA Organization) – Next week, the city of Indianapolis will transform into a sea of blue jackets when the National FFA Convention & Expo kicks off for the ninety-first time. This time-honored tradition, where innovators and leaders of tomorrow come together, will be held in the Circle City Oct. 24-27, […]

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