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Hardin Hills Health Center experienced a Cluster outbreak of COVID-19 on 3 halls on Wednesday November 25.  According to a release the 3 halls were isolated off from the remainder of the residents.    Currently, all residents and staff are stable; but if the need arises, they have partnered with Ohio Health Hospitals for availability to […]

With only three Kenton City Council meetings scheduled for the rest of the year, Monday night’s session saw the discussion of many items of business. About half of the meeting, which ran over one hour and 45 minutes, was devoted to OHM Advisors’ plans for “Downtown Phase II” construction, due to begin in March 2021. […]

COLUMBUS, OHIO – The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) has learned of a potential scam targeting current and past recipients of Pandemic Unemployment Assistance. The notifications appear to be from the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, and contain the agency’s logo, but they are not legitimate. They instruct those targeted […]

The Upper Scioto Valley Virtual Book Fair continues now through November 30. You can discover new books with your kids, and as a bonus, each purchase supports the school library.   Shop online at: for lots of sale items, Christmas gifts, fun school supplies, and an enormous amount of books.   The items purchased will be shipped […]

The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office has canceled Carrying a Concealed Weapon registration from now through December 6 due to recent changes to COVID-19 restrictions.  During that time, they will be making changes to the process.   Starting on December 7, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office will have set appointments for registration.    The appointments may be set […]

Webinars on Ohio’s organic farming community have been planned by the Ohio State University for the first and third Wednesday of each winter month. According to a release by the Hardin County OSU Extension, Ohio’s organic farmers may use these webinars to gain information on resources and research provided by the university, as well as […]

The United Way of Hancock County’s United We Can food drive continues through Friday, December 4. Dry cereal, dry pasta, peanut butter, jelly, and holiday-meal canned goods are among the items sought by The United Way of Hancock County. Donations are to be delivered to their office lobby at 245 Stanford Parkway in Findlay.

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America students at Hardin Northern packed shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child.  There were enough donations school wide that enabled them to pack 50 boxes. Mrs. Delong’s 1st grade class and Mr. Rettig’s class were the winners and will have a cookie and hot cocoa party in December.  The […]

A free Wapakoneta Community Thanksgiving Dinner will be served on Thanksgiving from 11am to 1pm. The new 2020 location is Anthony’s at the corner of Perry and Main Streets in Wapakoneta. They will be serving from Perry Street and ask that you approach Anthony’s from Auglaize Street heading south to maintain traffic flow. Those accepting […]

WKTN and, divisions of Home Town Media in Kenton, plan to launch a new and improved website. The new site will be modern and easier to navigate, and will also feature a more responsive load time and a mobile friendly version for those who want to stay up to date on the go. […]

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