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The Hardin County Sheriff's Office is warning residents of a scam involving someone impersonating the Sheriff's Office over the phone.In a post on Facebook the Office said they have reports of a person identifying themselves as a Deputy Sheriff. This person was trying to get residents to pur… More >>

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Coming along with the snow, there will be some brutally cold temperatures right behind it. Amber Cole of Lima Memorial gave out some tips on how to beat the chill. Her number one rule is if you don't have to be outside, avoid it unless it is for emergencies. More >>

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As President Trump and Democrats continue to dig in deeper over 5.7 billion dollars in funding for more sections of a border wall, one Ohio senator is working with others to find a solution. Senator Rob Portman has joined a bipartisan group of U.S. senators to examine a solution to end the d… More >>

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The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office is currently in search of missing Lucas P. Fallon from rural Kenton. Mr. Fallon was last heard from at approximately 1 pm January 16, 2019, and no contact has been made or received by Mr. Fallon since that time. More >>

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As scammers try any angle to steal your identity, the Better Business Bureau warns area residents to be cautious.The latest scam calls in this area involve stealing social security numbers. Scammers call residents and state that their social security number was canceled due to fraudulent act… More >>

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Farmers around the country will have to adjust to the government shutdown with the delay of farm reports.The US Department of Agriculture had planned to release the reports on Friday. Those include crop totals for 2018 and an early estimate of what farmers will plant in the upcoming season. More >>

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The local Jefferson Awards Committee is looking for a few good men, women and youth for this year's recognition.Nominations are now being accepted for this prestigious volunteer award recognizing community service. They are accepting entries from Allen, Auglaize, Hardin, Hancock, Putnam and … More >>

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With the partial government shutdown in its fourth week, the effects have started to trickle down to the college students in the country.Students who look for financial aid must file their "FAFSA" or the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. In order to complete that, they need info dire… More >>

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With the impending snow, the Ohio State Highway Patrol has a few recommendations for drivers.Lt. Tim Grigsby advises people to get their errands done ahead of the weekend to avoid driving in the poor conditions. If you do have to drive, he said to increase your following distance as well pla… More >>

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The swearing-in of Ohio's next state treasurer kicks off a long weekend of inaugural events for new statewide officeholders.All five of the state's executive offices opened up this year as a result of term limits, and Republicans maintained control of all five. More >>

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Ohio's elections chief says more than 275,000 inactive voters in the state are about to get their final opportunity to keep from dropping off the rolls.Outgoing secretary of state Jon Husted said that's the total number of so-called "last chance mailings" going out from county election board… More >>

Even though tax season seems far away, preparing to tackle your taxes now may help you in the long run. Cheryl Lawson with Lawson Tax & Accounting Services says that starting to get everything together for tax season is better when done sooner rather than later. She adds that employees s… More >>

An Ada man is behind bars after police investigated a string of holdups from last week. De'kari Powell is facing two counts of aggravated robbery for his alleged part in stealing cash, drugs, and electronics at gunpoint from three people he knew, last Thursday (January 3, 2019) in separate i… More >>