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The A.R.C. Auction at Simon Kenton School is back this year. It will be held Sunday December 4 from 1 until 4pm at the school. Businesses are donating gifts and gift certificates to be auctioned off at the event.  There will be new and gently used items donated by area businesses and individuals.  Many gift […]

The Wyandot Chamber Board Member on the Shelf Hunt begins tomorrow and runs through December 3. You can pick up a game card at any of the participating businesses. 8 winners will receive a gift or gift card to one of the participating businesses.   When your card has been completely punched, turn it in to […]

The Ohio Northern University Marching Band is doing just that….. marching over the Thanksgiving Break. The Polar Bear band is traveling to perform at various places in California.  Their first day performing was at the Santa Monica Pier.

As Ohioans and visitors to the state make their way to see family and friends this Thanksgiving, Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers will be making sure motorists are taking the proper safety measures by driving sober, not driving distracted, and wearing their safety belt. Troopers will be highly visible and cracking down on those driving […]

An Ada woman and a Kenton man were arrested this week on warrants in Union County. According to the Union County Sheriff’s Office Daily Media Release, a deputy met with a Hardin County deputy to take custody of 33 year old Christin J. Mowery on an outstanding arrest warrant. Also this week, a deputy was […]

Dominion Ohio is helping customers manage their bills this winter with various company payment plans and government assistance programs.  The company offers short term payment extensions and long-term payment plans to help residential and commercial customers manage their balances.  They also offer Energy Assistance and have home weatherization programs to help customers save. Information can […]

The Mary Lou Johnson Hardin County District Library will be closing at five this (Wednesday) evening. They will be closed Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday for the Thanksgiving Holiday. The library will reopen on Monday November 28, 2022.

The Alzheimer’s Association Central Ohio Chapter is offering several in-person education programs throughout the month of December in various Ohio locations. The meetings are designed to provide comprehensive information about Alzheimer’s disease and to answer common questions about dementia. The program, Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia, is being offered free to the public. In our region, […]

(Marion) In an inspiring ceremony, Marion Technical College recognized four outstanding alumni for making a difference in their fields and their communities. They included a teacher dedicated to helping students find a career path, a financial wiz dedicated to saving taxpayers money, an entrepreneur with his own business and a local public servant with decades […]

Kenton Middle School 8th Grade students recently had an opportunity to hear a number of community members speak about a variety of careers.   The speakers shared what they liked about their profession, what it entailed, and what training was needed to move into that field.   The students heard from: Theron Stout and Shane Turner – […]

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