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The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office has received several calls this week in reference to a scam.  The scam caller states that the Social Security Administration will cancel the victim’s social security number because they are facing charges in Texas.  The scammer claims that the victim’s vehicle was found in Texas and there were drugs in […]

The Lima/Allen-Putnam County Crime Stoppers Program and area law enforcement officials are looking for information about crimes or persons listed in their Crime of the Week. The Putnam County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a daytime burglary that occurred on Saturday, December 26th, 2020 at approximately 12 noon. The residence is located on Township Road 11-R […]

Project Linus of Hardin County wrapped up their first two years serving Hardin County in 2020. Project Linus is a non-profit organization that provides new handmade blankets to children in need.  The blankets are made by adults and children from all walks of life and many different sources.  For more information about the organization, visit […]

Hardin County – Winter is the time that farmers attend meetings to receive the latest information on new products, learn best management practices, renew pesticide and fertilizer licenses, and receive updates on university research. Many of these programs are provided by the local county Extension office. But then, the pandemic has changed everything. Meetings are […]

Dear Kenton City Schools Community, I am writing to inform you that a student who attends Kenton High School has tested positive for COVID-19. Due to privacy laws, we cannot disclose further information about this person. Whenever a person has a confirmed COVID-19 case, they must self-quarantine per local health department guidelines, and may not […]

COLUMBUS – State Rep. Jon Cross (R-Kenton) today announced Governor DeWine has signed into law House Bill 352, his legislation that improves Ohio’s workplace discrimination laws by allowing for timely, fair, and efficient resolution of claims for both employers and employees. “This Employment Law Uniformity Act is a big win for Ohio employers and their […]

COLUMBUS – The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) urges Ohio employers to cash the checks BWC mailed them in December to mitigate the economic hardship brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. As of Tuesday, 23,351 employers still had not cashed $513.7 million in checks BWC sent last month in its $5 billion dividend for nearly […]

Here is just some of what ONU is doing to keep our campus safe: .MODIFIED CALENDAR- Classes begin on Jan. 19 and end on May 7 with a class day off in February, March and April. .PROVIDED POLAR PACKS TO ALL STUDENTS- A safety pack which includes a fabric face covering, thermometer, hand sanitizer and […]

Ohio Hi-Point Career Center is moving the high school front entrance to the opposite side of the building as construction begins on the building renovation project.  Beginning Tuesday January 19, the process for student drop-off and student pick-up will be changed.   All parents who drop students off for school in the morning will enter the […]

Habitat for Humanity of Findlay/Hancock County is hiring a year-round, full-time Construction Manager.  Applicants have until five p.m. Monday, January 18, to submit their cover letter, resume, and salary requirements.  Further details on the vacancy may be received by emailing

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