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Suspected Narcotics and Drug Paraphernalia Seized at Oak Street Residence Tuesday

A search warrant was served early Tuesday morning at 537 North Oak Street in Kenton. The warrant was obtained by the Hardin County Crime Task Force, and it was executed by the Hardin County Special Response Team. Suspected narcotics and drug paraphernalia were found at the residence and collected. One...
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Obit for Steven R. Hamm

69 of Kenton passed away peacefully at his home at 7:42am Tuesday June 28, 2022 after a short battle with cancer. Steve was born December 26, 1952 in Kenton the youngest son of Howard and Mary Ann (Hoover) Hamm. Steve was a 1971 graduate of Kenton Senior High School. He...
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Drugs seized and one person taken into custody at Bucyrus Trailer Park

BUCYRUS—Suspected Fentanyl and other drugs were seized in a drug bust at Waterford Glen. On June 28, the Bucyrus Police Department, along with the METRICH Enforcement Unit, executed a search warrant at #18 Waterford Glen in Bucyrus. The search warrant came after an investigation into illegal narcotics being used...

Cornhole Tournament Scheduled July 3 at Saulisberry Park

The City of Kenton Parks and Recreation Department is holding the 1st Annual Cornhole Tournament on July 3 at Saulisberry Park at France Lake, State Route 67 west in Kenton. Registration begins at 11 this Sunday morning, and the bags start flying at noon. The entry fee is $10 with...

Ice cream!

June is dairy month, so it seems like an excellent reason to enjoy ice cream with a bit more regularity than usual. And, in 1984, President Ronald Reagan decided July should be National Ice Cream Month, with the third Sunday of the month being National Ice Cream Day. As such, it seems perfectly reasonable that June’s increased ice cream consumption should obviously be continued thorough next month as well.

Kenton Pool Hosting Teen Pool Party this Evening

This year’s first Teen Night, Pool Party is scheduled this evening at the Kenton Pool. It will take place from 7-9:30pm. The admission price is $2. It is for students entering their freshman to senior years. There will be free pizza, a live DJ who will mix some music...

Pet of the Week: Meet Ruby

Ruby is about 5 years old and is searching for her forever home. She would do best in a home with no cats. She seems to do well with other dogs. Ruby also would do best in a home with older children. She is a very independent girl. She will be spayed, up to date on age appropriate vaccinations, flea treated, dewormed, heart worm tested, rabies vaccinated and microchipped prior to going home. She will also go home with her 2022 dog license. If you think Ruby would be a good addition to your family, stop by the Humane Society Serving Crawford County at 3590 Ohio 98, Bucyrus, to visit and fill out an adoption application. Call 419-562-9149 with questions. This article originally appeared on Bucyrus Telegraph-Forum: Pet of the Week: Meet Ruby

Findlay hosts 2nd annual Barks & Brews Sunday

FINDLAY, Ohio — Are you looking for a fun event to enjoy with your dog this weekend, while also helping out a local non-profit?. This Sunday, Crawford Street in downtown Findlay is going to the dogs, literally. For the second year, Findlay Brewing Company will host a special event,...

Walkable Wonders: The Poignon Project and Healing Vines

We’re nearing the end of June, and summer is well and truly here (in case the recent heat wave didn’t convince you!). When I was growing up, one of my favorite summer pastimes was spending the afternoons crafting and drawing with my grandma, Betty Lucretia Stultz. My grandma is a very cool person – the only daughter of one of the Depression-era Junior Home Kids, she earned a full ride to art school when she graduated high school, and still draws and paints today. She always made the time to keep me engaged and art-ing around. The organizations I’m targeting today are some that I know she’ll enjoy as much as I do!

Put-in-Bay Garden Club Schedules Great Events

Meet at Luckey Road Lavender Farm, 19587 Luckey Road, Pemberville, Ohio. At 11:00, participants will tour the lavender fields with the farm’s owner who will share her knowledge of planting, growing, harvesting, and drying lavender. Following the tour, we may choose to harvest our own bouquets ($10 each) from among the 850 lavender plants in full bloom at the time. Rain date: July 28. Contact Sheri Murphy for reservations at 419-348-0383.

VIDEO PODCAST: Arrogant Goat Brewing

BUCYRUS—Randy Bigley talks with Mark Burke and David Jones from the nanobrewery Arrogant Goat Brewing in Bucyrus, Ohio. We talk about the history of their nanobrewery and the offerings they have on tap.

Howard’s serves up music & more to help out long-time bartender Danny Sellers

On Dec 3, 2020, Danny Sellers didn’t feel well. Could this be a stroke? Sellers who lives alone in Rudolph decided to try to sleep it off. An hour of sleep didn’t help. It was a stroke. He doesn’t know why he didn’t call for help at first. His therapist said that’s common for people who live alone and who have never had a stroke.

Pet of the Week: Meet Baxter

Baxter came to the Humane Society Serving Crawford County as a stray with two of his littermates in the middle of May. They are the sweetest little kittens. As of right now, they are all still residing at the shelter. They're approximately three to four months old and are searching for their forever homes. We’d love for you to come and visit with not only Baxter but also his littermates, Jaxson and Cinder! Baxter will be neutered, up...

Kirwen's Supermarket celebrating 100 years as a family business

GIBSONBURG — Starting today, the grocery store started by Raymond Paul Kirwen is celebrating its beginnings back in 1922. Kirwen's Supermarket, 104 W. Madison St., has gone through changes in its century of existence, including several moves and expansions, according to Raymond Paul’s three grandchildren, Brenda Norton and her brothers Bill and Andy Kirwen, who now...