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An accident early this past Thanksgiving morning caused extensive damage to Kenton’s Dairy Queen. The crash occurred at around 4:50 Thursday morning. Dairy Queen is located at 840 West Lima Street in Kenton. According to information on the Kenton Police Department’s Daily Log Sheet, Logan McClellan, of Kenton, was cited for reckless operation and failing […]

An Arcadia man was arrested after a brief pursuit with Findlay Police Officers late Sunday night. According to a release, Findlay police officers attempted to stop a vehicle for a traffic violation. The driver failed to stop and a pursuit was initiated. About a half mile into the pursuit, the driver exited the moving vehicle […]

Several organizations with the Kenton City Schools participated in the Kenton Lions Club “Biggest Small Town Christmas Parade” last Tuesday evening. “The pride of the Wildcats” Kenton High School Marching Band marched and performed in the parade.¬† The Kenton-OHP FFA Chapter rode on a float pulled by a member’s tractor to celebrate the season. ¬†Kenton […]

There will be three blood drives held around the area in the month of December. The first will be from 9am until 3pm next Monday December 5 in Veterans Hall at the Hardin County Courthouse in Kenton. Two will be held on Monday December 12. The first one that day is from noon until 6 […]

The 2023 Dog Tags will be sold starting this Thursday December 1. Every dog three months of age and older must have a dog license. The fee is $20, but if an application is not filed and the fee is paid on or before January 31, 2023, then a penalty of $20 will be assessed. […]

The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office 2022 “Shop with a Cop” is fast approaching.  The annual event will be held this Saturday December 3. It allows children from Hardin County to spend a fun-filled day with Hardin County Law Enforcement and volunteers. The kids will go shopping to buy Christmas gifts for their family. They then […]

One person was sentenced recently in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to the document from Prosecutor Brad Bailey’s Office: .William E. Cozad was placed on five years community control with conditions on one count each of abduction and domestic violence. Some of the conditions include entering into and successfully completing a drug and alcohol […]

The 2023 Dog Tags will be sold starting Thursday December 1, 2022. Every dog three months of age and older must have a dog license. The fee is $20, but if an application is not filed and the fee is paid on or before January 31, 2023, then a penalty of $20 will be assessed. […]

The Lake of Lights display gets started for the Holiday season this evening. Gates will open nightly from 6 until 9 tonight through December 31 at Salisbury Park on State Route 67 west in Kenton. Admission is five dollars per car. To keep up with the special events and character nights, visit Lake of Lights […]

Thanksgiving is postponed. Well that’s what 3rd grade students learned when they completed a math challenge this week.  They learned that in 1705, the town of Colchester, Connecticut had to postpone Thanksgiving for a week due to a molasses shortage.  The challenge helped the students figure out how many of a variety of ingredients they […]


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