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An Illinois man was arrested after a stabbing incident in Union County this past Sunday. According to the Daily Media Release from the Union County Sheriff’s Office, deputies were dispatched to the 34,000 block of Shertzer Road to investigate. The Southeast Hardin Northwest Union Joint Fire District and EMS was also called to the scene. […]

More than 1,000 K-12 schools across Ohio will receive state assistance to pay for security upgrades that enhance the safety of students and staff. Governor Mike DeWine announced that 1,183 schools in 81 counties will receive nearly $47 million in grant funding as part of his Ohio K-12 School Safety Grant Program.  The funds will […]

Hardin County 4-Hers had great success at the Ohio State Fair over the weekend. Giovanni Noascono of Hardin Hi-Lighters 4-H Club won Outstanding of the Day for Science Fun with Kitchen Chemistry. Chloe Anderson of Boots and Buckles 4-H Club had her photo selected on photography day as one of Ohio 4-H’s Top 20. Her […]

August is school bus safety month Findlay– This month, thousands of Ohio school children will be heading back to school. For many of these students their day starts and ends by riding a school bus. The safety of the students riding to and from school, as well as to school-sanctioned events, is a top priority. […]

Tickets are now on sale for the annual United Way of Hardin County Football Drop.   This year’s drop will be in Ada prior to the Ada vs Hardin Northern football game on September 2.  Contact any United Way board member or partner agency to buy tickets. You can also stop in the office at 225 […]

The Marion K9 Project fundraiser that was held recently was a big success. A total of just over $41,000 was raised.  Marion City Police will receive $20,700 and Marion County Sheriff’s Department will receive  $20,500. The money will be used for the canine programs of the two law enforcement agencies.

Flag City Night Out will be this evening at Riverside Park in Findlay. The event is scheduled to go from 6:00 until 9:00 PM. There will be food, live entertainment, demonstrations, children’s activities and more.  Kids will have a chance to look at the emergency vehicles and equipment. Also featured is the 6th Annual Mascot […]

NAPOLEON, August 1, 2022 – NFIB, Ohio’s leading small business advocacy organization, today presented its prestigious Guardian of Small Business Award to state Sen. Rob McColley. He was recognized for his outstanding efforts to support small business issues in the Ohio Legislature. McColley is the first state senator from the area to receive the award […]

The average price for a gallon of gas in Hardin County dropped another 16 cents a gallon since last week. According to AAA, the average today is $3.75, compared to $3.91 a gallon on July 25.  The lowest average price in our region is $3.59 a gallon found in Hancock County. The most expensive is […]

Thunderstorms are expected to develop this afternoon and continue into the evening. According to the National Weather Service, some severe storms will be possible. Damaging winds and large hail will be the primary threats.  A tornado cannot be ruled out.  Locally heavy rainfall will also be possible. Listen to 95.3 WKTN for the latest forecast […]

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