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Kenton City Schools Preschool classes recently held a Thanksgiving feast to celebrate the upcoming holiday. The Preschool students learned about Thanksgiving and the Students also created Thanksgiving Disguises. Kenton City School will not be in session Monday November 21st through Friday November 25th for Thanksgiving Break. Classes will resume on Monday November 28th.

Hardin Northern 8th graders in Ms. Overs’ class are learning about food science. This week’s lesson was over the many ways in which we can preserve our food to keep them safe and wholesome. The class was provided with a grocery bag full of 10 foods, all preserved in different ways, and were to identify […]

Ohio Hi-Point will be holding a Ribbon Cutting and Building Open House. The event will be held on Thursday December 1st at 4pm. Ohio Hi-Point Career Center is located at 2280 St. Rt. 540 in Bellefontaine.

Wednesday Wyandot County Sheriff’s Deputy Austin Tschanen was present the medal of honor award during the Buckeye State Sheriff’s Association Awards Ceremony. Sheriff Todd Frey was able to present the award for Tschanen’s quick and heroic actions during the July 10, 2022 tragic shooting that took place in the Village of Carey.

The Forest Church of God will be doing a Food Pass out this coming Saturday November 19th from 1pm until 3pm. The food Pass Out will be at the Forest Church of God located at 109 W Lima Street in Forest.

The Kenton Historic Courthouse District officially announces this year’s Window Wonderland reveal will occur on Tuesday, November 22, 2022. The Kenton Lions Club: Ohio’s Biggest Small Town Christmas Parade is scheduled to begin at 6:30 pm around the courthouse square. Also planned for that evening is the lighting of the Hardin County Courthouse Christmas lights.  […]

The first occurred in Allen County at around 9:40 Wednesday morning. The Sheriff’s office received a call stating an active shooter was at Lima Temple Christian School with multiple injuries. Within 3 minutes law enforcement was on scene and began assessing the situation. This first search of the building was done within minutes, and it […]

COLUMBUS, Ohio (Nov. 15, 2022) – AAA predicts 54.6 million Americans (more than 2.2 million Ohioans) will travel at least 50 miles from home this Thanksgiving (Nov. 23-27). That’s a 1.5% increase over 2021 (1.1% in Ohio) and 98% of pre-pandemic volumes (96% in Ohio). Continued higher costs of living and gas prices, coupled with […]

Hardin Northern’s History and Science departments were represented by high school students at the Ohio School Board Association’s Student Achievement Fair in Columbus.  Students in Joe Foster’s History Brigade shared about their club’s activities, including their Living History Day and Living Memory projects, and students in Nancy Souder and Brian Reeves’ Physics class demonstrated Bernoulli’s […]

On Tuesday morning at around 10:15 am, Detectives from the Wyandot County Major Crimes Unit were attempting to serve a warrant on a person wanted for a probation violation. While conducting surveillance, detectives observed a person matching the suspect’s description in a vehicle leaving the village of Carey. Detectives then followed the suspect and initiated […]

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