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Power was restored to AEP customers in Hardin County by late Saturday afternoon after the storm that rolled through early Saturday morning. The storm hit Hardin County at around 1:30 in the morning bringing with it high winds and heavy rainfall. As a result several buildings were damaged and numerous trees and power poles were […]

The Hardin County Engineer’s Office announced a road opening and a road closing today. County Road 150, between County Road 75 and McDonald Township Road 65 reopened today following a culvert replacement project that started in mid-March. Closing today will be County Road 20, between County Road 175 and Township Road 165. It will be […]

Findlay resident Kristen A. Deerwester joined Ohio’s “Saved by the Belt” Club on March 29 after her safety belt saved her from sustaining life threatening injuries. The crash occurred on County Road 212 in Hancock County on February 20 Ohio State Highway Patrol Lieutenant Evan M. Slates, Findlay Post commander, presented her with a “Saved […]

There are two blood drives scheduled around the region in the month of April. Both of them will be on Monday April 24. From noon until 6pm that day, you can donate at the First Baptist Church. The church is located on County Road 175 in Kenton. Also on April 24 from 1 until 7pm, […]

City of Kenton Fishing and Boating licenses are on sale now. Yearly boating permits are $20 while Veteran yearly boating permits are $15. Yearly fishing permits are $10. Veteran yearly fishing permits are a free grant. The permits can be purchased at: You can also call 567-674-6318.

(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—InnovateOhio and the Office of Budget and Management (OBM) today announced that $7 million has now been identified using the innovative data analytics tool launched in early 2019 to find duplicate payments in state payment systems. This update brings the total number of confirmed duplicate payments identified by InnovateOhio’s advanced analytics tool to 662 […]

The United Way of Hardin County’s Club 52 offers started this past Saturday. You can join the club for a $52 donation. Membership includes a members only keychain, monthly discounts to local businesses and entrance into member only events. The donation is also tax deductible, and the proceeds help fund local organizations. Call the United […]

Ridgemont students in Pre kindergarten to 6th grade are holding a food drive this week. Items will be collected today through this Thursday. Some of the items that can be donated are bathroom supplies, cereals, canned fish and meat, peanut butter, soups and stews and canned or dried beans. The class that collects and donates […]

Indian Lake State Park officials took time to explain the Dredge Dirt Giveaway Program. Material is removed from the lake by pipeline from a dredge on a barge and is deposited at ODNR disposal sites.  Past dredging activities have moved more than 100,000 cubic yards of material from the lake to Moundwood.  ODNR’s dredge dirt […]

COLUMBUS – Some Ohioans could be without adequate insurance protection for the state’s spring and summer flooding season. Ohio Department of Insurance Director Judith L. French is reminding Ohioans that flood insurance is not included in most homeowners, renters, and business insurance policies. Flood insurance must be purchased separately, typically through an insurance agent, and […]

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