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COLUMBUS — Pamela MacMichael, 54, of Caledonia, Ohio was ordered to pay restitution of $4,452.11 to the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) and serve 36 months of community control, nonreporting. BWC’s Special Investigations Department opened an investigation after its Intelligence Unit identified that Pamela MacMichael potentially earned wages during periods she had received BWC disability […]

A longtime business leader of Hardin County has passed away. Ora “Bud” Winzenried died this past Wednesday. He was the CEO of Kenton Structural and Ornamental Iron Works. He worked for the company from 1957 until his retirement in 2004. Winzenried was active in the Kenton Jaycees and the Kenton Lions Club. He was a […]

A Kenton man was arrested after an accident in Kenton Thursday evening. According to the Kenton Police Department Daily Log Sheet, the crash occurred in the 900 block of Fontaine Street. Rocky Burton was arrested on a warrant from Allen County. Burton was also cited for driving under suspension and for an assured clear distance […]

Happy Summer! I hope all of you are enjoying some time with your family and friends and enjoying the beautiful summer weather. We are working hard to prepare for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year. At the Athletic Facility, the old track surface and asphalt have been removed. The base was found to be somewhat unstable […]

As the design process for the new Kenton Middle and High School moves forward, Superintendent Chad Thrush said preserving designs that made the Middle School an iconic building is important to them, “Our challenge is to make sure that we find ways to incorporate some of those things into this new building, and try to […]

(Friday June 24, 2022) The village offices in Forest will be closed today. Village officials made the announcement along with an apology for any inconvenience on the Village of Forest Facebook page. The closure was due to unexpected circumstances. Payments can be made online at: The offices will reopen Monday (June 27) at 8:00 […]

There will be an open seat on Alger Village Council after the July meeting.   If you are interested in the position of Council Member for the Village of Alger, send a letter of intent.   It can be dropped off at the Village Office located at 207 Angle Street in the village. You can also mail […]

Alger First United Methodist Church is serving monthly meals at the Community Outreach Center in the village. The June meal will be served from 4:30 until 6pm on Wednesday June 29. On the menu are hamburgers, hot dogs, baked beans, chips and ice cream. You can dine in or carry out, and there is no […]

The Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance noted that several Hardin County Independence Day Celebrations are in the works. .The Patriotic Pops Concert will start at 7pm on July 2 on the campus of Ohio Northern University in Ada. .The Pride of Ada Fireworks will take place the next night starting at 9:45 on July […]

A search warrant was executed at 340 West Railroad Street in Kenton Wednesday. According to a release from the Hardin County Task Force, the search resulted in the seizure og 6 firearms and ammunition, unmarked pills, 59.1 grams of crystal-like substance, 21.77 grams of a brown substance, $910 cash and drug abuse instruments. A female […]

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