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Ada native to perform on NBT /PBS special “Christmas at Belmont” Ian Dellifield, a 2021 graduate of Ada High School, will be performing with the Belmont University School of Music World Percussion Ensemble on the televised PBS special, “Christmas at Belmont”. “Christmas at Belmont” will be taped live for the first time in the newly […]

The annual appropriations ordinance was introduced when Kenton City Council convened for their 22nd regular session Monday evening. The budget includes $11,916,002 in total appropriations as well as transfers amounting to $453,880 bringing the grand total to $12,369,882. Council President Joel Althauser would mention this is not the full budget as it only accounts for […]

Kenton City Council is scheduled to meet this evening. There is one ordinance that will be on second reading under old business. In new business, two ordinances will be on first reading. A combined meeting of Grove Cemetery Association, Township Trustees and Council will start at 6:30. The 22nd regular session of the year will […]

A North Baltimore man was hit by a vehicle while walking across a street in Findlay late Sunday morning. According to the report from the Findlay Police Department, 28 year old Alexander J. Conners was walking across West Trenton Avenue during a time when the don’t walk sign was illuminated and he was hit by […]

The Hardin County Family YMCA is offering a November membership promotion. If you join now through November 30 and pay a 50% Joiner’s Fee, you will be entered into a drawing for a 1 month free membership and 1 free session with a Personal Trainer. The Hardin County Family YMCA has a 6 lane heated […]

Columbus – On November 21, Sergeant Alec P. Coil was promoted to the rank of lieutenant by Colonel Richard S. Fambro, Patrol superintendent. Lieutenant Coil will remain at his current assignment at the Lima Post to serve as post commander. Lieutenant Coil began his Patrol career in May 2009 as a member of the 149th […]

The light displays in Gormley Park in Forest were set up over the weekend. The Charlie Brown Christmas in Forest committee noted that a task that would normally take several days was completed in just a few hours thanks to the number of people who showed up to help. That included Riverdale Falcon Football players, […]

Four Hardin Northern FFA members competed in the Sub C-District 4 Job Interview Contest earlier this month.   The Job Interview contest is a Career Development Event, offered to all FFA members, where they compete against one another in a mock interview contest.   This year the Hardin Northern FFA took sophomores Skylar Bishop and Kylee Clem, […]

The Hardin County Family YMCA is hosting a workout at Y with ONU students. It is an opportunity for the students to learn new ways to enjoy exercise. If you attend, you will be entered into a raffle for a chance to win prizes. The workout will be held on Sunday December 5. It will […]

(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced last week the appointment of Matthew P. Frericks to the Marion County Court of Common Pleas, General Division.Frericks, of Marion, will assume office on Dec. 6, 2021, and will be replacing former Judge Jason Warner. Frericks must run for election in November 2022 to complete the unexpired term ending […]

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