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Tonight’s (May 23) Kenton City Council meeting was the last for council clerk Brenda Hanna who will be replaced by Emma Boutwell. Brenda has been with the city for around 30 years. I do not know the actual number and, frankly, I do not care to. Not because Brenda doesn’t deserve to be recognized for […]

The average price for a gallon of gas in our region continues to climb.  According to AAA, the average in Hardin County today is $4.37 a gallon. That’s an increase of 13 cents from last week. Hardin County has the lowest average in our region. The most expensive is $4.49 a gallon in Union County.  […]

A man was arrested after a domestic disturbance early Sunday morning. According to the report from the Kenton Police Department, officers were dispatched to a residence in the 800 block of King Street to investigate the incident. After investigating, officers arrested 37 year old Cecil Potter. He is being held in the Multi County Jail […]

The Hardin County Board of Elections will meet tomorrow (May 24) for the Official Canvass of the May 3 Primary Election. The meeting will start at 9 Tuesday morning in the Board of Elections office. It is located in the basement of the Hardin County Courthouse in Kenton.   In addition, the board will conduct regular […]

Kenton City Council will take care of a relatively light agenda at this evening’s meeting. On third and final reading is an ordinance amending and restating a city codified ordinance relating to grass and weeds in the city. On second reading are two ordinances, both providing for additional appropriations for 2022. An ordinance authorizing the […]

COLUMBUS – The Ohio State Highway Patrol will be joining forces with other members of the 6-State Trooper Project to focus on safety belt enforcement. The initiative begins on Monday, May 23 at 12:01 a.m. and will continue through Monday, May 30 at 11:59 p.m. The high-visibility enforcement will include the Indiana State Police, Kentucky […]

In March, Ohio Northern University Assistant Professor of History David Strittmatter, three other faculty and 27 students traveled to northern France and Belgium. On the trip, they saw how the world wars reshaped the landscape and left a lasting impact on the people who reside there.  Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which had begun shortly before […]

Hardin Northern fifth grade students got to be astronauts for a day. The students tried two of the experiments from the COSI Learning Lunchbox.  They made balloon rockets and launched Alka-seltzer rockets.  The Space Learning Lunchbox also has other experiments and activities that can be completed at home.  The Midwest Regional Educational Service Center made […]

(COLUMBUS, Ohio) – With May being National Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, Motorcycle Ohio reminds Ohioans that more motorcycles are on the roadways because of warmer weather. In addition to raising awareness about motorcycle safety, Motorcycle Ohio will also present the Saved by the Helmet award to three recipients. The award is given throughout the year […]

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