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The Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance’s next Membership Breakfast is this Friday March 17. It will start at 8:30am at the Kenton Elks. The featured speaker is Jerry Pfister, the Board Chairman for the Kenton Ohio Port Authority. He will present updates and projects in the works for the Port Authority. Alliance members are […]

The Ridgemont High School will present Once Upon a Mattress this weekend. Performances for the musical are scheduled Friday March 17 and Saturday the 18 at 7pm. A matinee performance will take place at 2pm on Sunday March 19 at the Ridgeway Building. All tickets are sold online:

Spring semester service and learning trips providing ONU students with unforgettable experiences ADA, Ohio – Ohio Northern University’s focus on high-impact learning means that students are presented with myriad opportunities for national and international travel. This spring 2023 semester is no exception. Below is an incomplete list that represents a cross-section of trips some student […]

The Hardin County Engineer’s Office announced a road closing. County Road 150, between County Road 75 and McDonald Township Road 65 closed starting today. It is scheduled to be closed for three weeks for a culvert replacement project

On March 11th, 2023, Findlay Police Officer’s conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle. An occupant of the vehicle was found to have multiple active Findlay Municipal Court warrants. The individual was taken into custody for their warrants and a search incident to arrest was completed. During the investigation several bags of suspected narcotics were […]

A Kenton man was arrested after a sex offense was reported to police early Sunday morning. According to the report, officers were dispatched to a house in the 100 block of North Leighton Street to investigate the incident. After an investigation, 39 year old Andrew Manns was arrested. He is being held on charges of […]

Students in the Kenton High School Conservation Class participated in a casting contest last week. The contest was in partnership with Cabela’s and Bass Pro Shops.  Students rotated through stations to practice different casting techniques and difficulties.  Superintendent Chad Thrush also joined in on the action as did representatives from Cabela’s. Volunteers from the Trophy […]

Kenton City Council will take care of a light agenda when it meets this evening. There is one item that will be on first reading under business. The Mayor’s Proclamation congratulating the Kenton Middle School 7th Grade Girls basketball team will be read. Representatives from the Kenton Hardin Health Department are also scheduled to speak. […]

Law enforcement personnel in Union County rolled up their sleeves last week to assist the pre-nursing students at North Union High School. Led by Sheriff Jamie Patton, the officers’ participation allows the students to work on their blood draw techniques. Their participation helped the students as they prepare for their career path in nursing. More […]

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife will release 84,000 rainbow trout in 88 lakes and ponds around the state beginning Thursday, March 16 and going through May.  In our region, some of lakes being stocked are in Allen, Auglaize, Hancock and Marion Counties. Stockings of these public lakes and ponds are excellent […]

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