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High-speed pursuit leads to serious injury crash on 68

An unidentified driver was seriously injured following a high-speed pursuit and crash on Route 68 Monday evening just north of Bellefontaine. Deputies from the Hardin County Sheriff's Office attempted to make a traffic stop on a stolen vehicle when the driver fled south on 68. The pursuit began a mile...
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Suspected narcotics seized in Kenton search warrant

KENTON — One is in custody after a search warrant was executed by the Hardin County Special Response Team at 537 N. Oak St. in Kenton on Tuesday. The Hardin County Crime Task Force obtained a narcotics search warrant for the Kenton residence where authorities found and confiscated suspected narcotics and drug paraphernalia.
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High Speed Pursuit Travels Through Kenton and Ends North of Bellefontaine

A high speed pursuit through Kenton Monday evening ended with a crash in Logan County. According to a release, Hardin County Sheriff’s Deputies attempted to make a traffic stop on a vehicle that had been reported stolen in Trenton, Michigan. After the overhead lights on the cruiser were activated,...

Tyler laid to rest

Firefighters carry the flag-draped casket of fallen Tiffin firefighter Sean Tyler at St. Paul Catholic Church in Norwalk on Tuesday, June 28, 2022. Firefighters stand at attention after placing the flag-draped casket of Sean Tyler on a Tiffin fire truck outside St. Paul Catholic Church in Norwalk on Tuesday, June 28, 2022.

Ohio Supreme Court voids Marion woman's conviction after police illegally searched bag

The Ohio Supreme Court made a unanimous decision Tuesday to vacate a Marion County woman's drug possession conviction after ruling the police did not have the authority to search her bookbag for drugs without a search warrant. In the Tuesday ruling, the court vacated, or legally voided, Kennedy Burroughs' original conviction by the Marion County Trial...

The Serious Reason Panera Soup Is Being Recalled

Panera is well known for its fresh salads, hot paninis, and hearty soups. Fans of the eatery can't get enough of menu options like the Chipotle Chicken Avocado Melt or the Thai Chicken Soup. But you may want to exercise some caution when it comes to ordering its Home Southwest Corn Chowder, which has been recalled in 12 states, according to the FDA. The soup contains wheat that isn't labeled correctly on the package, which can cause serious issues for those with food allergies.

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

MarionMade!: Local women help travelers see the world

Each week, this series shares MarionMade! stories of our many wonderful people, places, products and programs in the greater Marion community. To read more positive stories of Marion, or to share some of your own, visit us at or on social media. Jill Chitwood is a lifelong Marion resident. She graduated from River Valley in 1980 and graduated from Marion Technical College in 1982 with an associate degree in business administration. She and her husband, Wayne,...

Panera ‘at-home’ chowder recalled

(WWTI) — Panera’s at Home Southwest Corn Chowder, which was sold in 12 states across the nation, including New York, has been recalled. According to the United States Food and Drug Administration, 2,569 cases of the 16-ounce chowder were recalled due to an undeclared wheat allergen. The item was only sold in refrigerated cases in the deli department of select retail grocery stores but was not sold at any Panera bakery café.