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The Dunkirk Dola VBS held their Vacation Bible School the week of July 12-16 at Camp Common Ground in Dunkirk.  Six churches came together to make it happen. They are Bridgeport, Grace United Methodist, Community Bible, Oasis, St John’s Lutheran, and Dola Presbyterian.   This year’s mission money went to the Dunkirk Dola EMS to purchase […]

COLUMBUS – State Rep. Jon Cross (R-Kenton) today applauded the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) and the residents and visitors of Indian Lake for their efforts in keeping the lake clean and safe. After concerns of nuisance aquatic vegetation, algae blooms and other potential issues to the area, Rep. Cross quickly contacted ODNR to […]

The Kenton-Hardin Health Department gave an update to the Hardin County Commissioners at a recent meeting. Health Commissioner Cindy Keller said that they are continuing to offer walk in Wednesdays for COVID vaccines. She noted that they are discussing joining Hardin Memorial Hospital for a Fair Event to administer the vaccine. Keller pointed out that […]

The Kenton Klover Kids Cloverbud 4-H Club had a field trip Monday evening. The club visited the Kenton Professional Firefighters Local 563 at the Kenton Fire Department.  They got to meet Captain Conley and Firefighters Brammel, Blair, Foulk, and Peterson. They also were able to walk through a fire truck, tour the firehouse and spray […]

The Mary Lou Johnson Hardin County District Library Youth Summer Reading Program has ended.  The prize giveaway for the winners will be this Thursday July 22. There were almost 300 signed up in the youth program. The results are said to be very close in some groups.

WASHINGTON, July 19, 2021 – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is reminding producers and landowners that the signup deadline for the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) current general signup is fast approaching. Eligible producers must submit their offers by July 23, 2021. USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) made several changes to CRP to make it […]

Columbus – On July 4, Captain John C. Altman was promoted to the rank of major by Colonel Richard S. Fambro, Patrol superintendent. Today (July 20, 2021), he was recognized during a ceremony at the Patrol’s Training Academy. Major Altman transferred from his current assignment as commander of the Findlay District Headquarters to serve as […]

Advisors of the Wyandot County Junior Fair Royalty program are looking to start a scholarship program for the Wyandot County Royalty.  The royalty work hard and do a lot to represent Wyandot County during the fair and throughout the year.  Through community business and organization donations, the goal is to be able to provide scholarships […]

Marion, OH – July 19, 2021 – The Palace Theatre is gearing up to bring the DreamWorks animated motion picture, Madagascar, to life on stage this October. In preparations for the production, “Madagascar, a Musical Adventure Jr.” Marion Palace Theatre Executive Director Bev Ford announces open auditions will be held on Sunday, August 29 from […]

An injury crash occurred in Kenton late Sunday morning, and a hit/skip crash was reported at around 5:30 that afternoon. The reports for both mishaps have not yet been completed and details are still sketchy. According to information on the Kenton Police Department Daily Log Sheet, the first crash was reported at around 11:15 on […]

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