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First grade students this week at Hardin Northern had a talk about different Thanksgiving foods. They described the different foods and wrote about what food they thought was the best and voted on their favorite foods.  Turkey was the class favorite but pumpkin pie was a close second.  The students then learned how to set […]

The McGuffey Memories Historical Society & The Hardin County Historical Museum suggest a perfect Christmas gift idea for you. A reprint of “A Complete History of the Scioto Marsh”  by Carl Drumm, printed by Golden Graphics, is on sale. The price of the book is $10. You can contact either organization to get your copy […]

The Kenton Lions Club Christmas parade is set to take place this evening. The parade, lighting of the courthouse and unveiling of the Historic Downtown Kenton’s Window Wonderland will start at 6:30. Parking around the square will be closed at 3 this afternoon. Columbus Street, between Detroit and Main Streets, will close at 4 and […]

ADA, Ohio – Ohio Northern University’s HealthWise Pharmacy is administering Pfizer brand’s pediatric COVID-19 vaccinations on campus for children ages 5-11 by appointment only. Parents can sign up their child to receive the Pfizer pediatric COVID vaccine by going to: If you do not see any available appointments, please check back the next day. […]

The United Way of Hardin County is closing in on its goal for this year’s campaign. As of today, the campaign has raised $124,725. That is 80% of the $155,000 goal. Donations are still being accepted. The money helps support 19 community partner agencies of the United Way of Hardin County.

COLUMBUS – Before motorists hit the road, troopers want to make sure they are taking the proper safety measures by driving sober and wearing their safety belts.Troopers will be highly visible and cracking down on impaired driving and those failing to wear a safety belt from Wednesday, November 24 at midnight through 11:59 p.m. on […]

The Hardin County Engineer’s Office announced a road opening Monday evening. Township 215, between County Road 100 and County 110 is back open. The road was closed in mid October for a bridge replacement project.

The Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office issued a warning about a scam that is currently taking place. Residents have been receiving calls from someone claiming to be from Amazon. The recipient of the call is told they owe money, and a warrant is being issued for their arrest if they don’t pay.  The scammer’s are said […]

BLUFFTON, Ohio—Bluffton University will present its 126th performance of Handel’s “Messiah” at 4 p.m. on Sunday, December 12, in Yoder Recital Hall. While tickets are free, space needs to be reserved at or at Marbeck Center. Dr. Bo Young Kang, director of choral activities, will conduct the oratorio. Soloists along with the Bluffton Choral […]

Members of Let’s Back the Blue received the 2021 Non-Profit Organization of the Year Award during the annual award ceremony hosted by Wapakoneta Area Chamber of Commerce late last week. The group has worked in showing support to law enforcement agencies throughout the year.   Let’s Back the Blue purchased necessary equipment that helps agencies provide […]

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