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City of Kenton city-wide Spring Cleanup has been scheduled for April 17 to the 20. The hours from 8am until 6:30pm. When taking items, use the east gate at the Hardin County Fairgrounds. Some of the items that will be accepted are appliances, scrap metal, car batteries and televisions. Some of the items that will […]

A Kenton woman has been indicted on multiple charges connected to a fire earlier this month at 116 East Columbus Street in Kenton. According to documents filed in Hardin County Common Pleas Court, 21 year old Makara A. Keaton was indicted on two counts of attempted aggravated murder, three counts of aggravated arson, two counts […]

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has ordered the flags of the United States and the State of Ohio be flown at half-staff. The order was made in remembrance of the victims of the school shooting in Nashville, Tennessee. Flags upon all public buildings and grounds throughout the state will be lowered to half-staff. It is in […]

A Lima man was killed in a one vehicle crash that occurred late Monday morning on Interstate 75 near Breese Road in Allen County. According to a release from the Lima Post of the Ohio State Patrol, 22 year old Randy Thompson Jr. lost control of his vehicle while driving south on 75. The car […]

The deadline for voter registration to be eligible to vote in the May 2 Special Election is Monday April 3.   The Hardin County Board of Elections is located in the basement of the Hardin County Courthouse. The Special Election will consist of the Upper Scioto Valley Ambulance District Levy and the Riverdale Local School District […]

Work started yesterday on the Hardin County Annex Building to replace exterior brick.   Portions of the sidewalks along West Franklin and South Detroit will be shut down intermittently to pedestrians for approximately one month.   For your safety, you should observe all barriers that are in place and avoid the construction zone. 

A ceremony to celebrate the service of Bellefontaine Police Chief, who is retiring, has been scheduled. Chief Brandon Standley has been the Chief of the Bellefontaine Police Department for 28 years. The celebration service will be held on Thursday April 6. It will go from 1 until 3 that afternoon at the Bellefontaine City Council […]

The Dunkirk C.I.C. and community businesses will be holding their Annual Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday April 1. It will start at 2 that afternoon at the Dunkirk Community Park. There are four age groups participating in the hunt,  2-3 years, 4-6, 7-9 and 10-12 years of age. Children under 2 will receive their eggs […]

The Hardin County Poultry Banquet will now be held this Saturday April 1 at the Christian Missionary Alliance Church. The banquet was scheduled for March 25, but it was postponed due to downed power lines in that area. The banquet will be held at the church on State Route 309 just east of Kenton. The […]

The Village of McGuffey’s new online bill pay system will be up and running very soon, according to village officials. If residents in McGuffey would like to have their bill emailed to them and pay online, they need to provide their name, address of service and a valid email address. That will help speed up […]

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