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The Kenton Rotary Club heard from the Safety Director of Cessna Transport at a recent meeting.   Tracy Williams has been with Cessna for a little under a year.  Along with ensuring the trucks and drivers are safe and compliant with a multitude of Local, State and Federal regulations, Williams must ensure that the proper paperwork […]

To better inform Ohio’s residents of public safety messages, the Ohio State Highway Patrol has begun using an Instagram account. The Instagram account is designed to provide safety messaging for Ohio residents and members of the media.  The information may include Patrol photography, public outreach and more. The Patrol Instagram account can be found at: […]

The Hancock County Sheriff’s office is investigating several breaking and entering incidents that occurred sometime this past Friday night, November 26 through Saturday morning, November 27.  Four residential garages were entered, two in the area of SR 12 and Hancock CR 128 and two in the area of Hancock CR 139 and Hancock CR 95.  […]

The Lima Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who stole 2 vehicles and injured one of the owners.   On November 29, officers were sent to the area of Cable Road and Latham Avenue in reference to a strong armed robbery where two vehicles had been stolen.   The suspect fled […]

The Hardin County Board of Elections will hold its monthly Board Meeting on Wednesday, December 8. The meeting will start at 9 that morning in their office in the Hardin County Courthouse.   In addition, the board will conduct an audit of the November 2 Election, per requirements of the Ohio Secretary of State.   The date […]

The Elks Teens of the Month for November from Hardin Northern have been announced. .Jacob Diller is the son of Andy and Sherry Diller. He plans to attend college and pursue a degree in Criminal Justice or Engineering. .Jadi Herrod-Gonzalez is the daughter of Corey Herrid-Gonzalez. She has not decided on which college to attend […]

The Lake of Lights display got started over the Thanksgiving weekend. Gates are open from 6 until 9 nightly from now through December 31 at Salisbury Park on State Route 67 west in Kenton. Special nights include December 4, 11 and 18 when special characters will be there to wave as you drive through. Live […]

Santa will be visiting with kids at various locations in Kenton leading up to Christmas. During the visits, parents can capture the moments by taking pictures. On Sunday, December 5, 12 and 19, he will be at the red caboose on the west side of the Hardin County Courthouse in the city’s downtown. The hours […]

Ohio State Highway Patrol Trooper Damian Roose has been selected as the 2021 Trooper of the Year at the Findlay Post.  Fellow officers stationed at the Findlay Post, chose Trooper Roose based on leadership abilities, professional ethics, courteous treatment of others, enthusiastic work attitude, and cooperation with supervisors, peers, and the public.  The 29 year […]

Understanding the Effects on Student Learning, Relationships, and Teacher Workload Education students under the direction of Dr. Sarah McCluskey at Ohio Northern University recently examined how the Covid-19 pandemic has affected education in the United States. This is the latest addition to ONU’s Institute for Civics and Public Policy’s “Critical Questions” series. The student authors […]

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