Book Club: Avery

It would be a strange way to start a book review by talking about a Docuseries. But, being strange hasn’t scared me before. I am a huge fan of the Netflix Docuseries “Making A Murder.” The internet television show follows the story of Steven Avery, a salvage yard owner who…

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The Beginning of the Book Club

I know what you’re thinking. Why on earth is Kolt writing about books? Partially, it’s to spark more conversation than what I see on my Facebook feed that is “Drop good books below” and people aimlessly regurgitating their libraries (guilty as charged.) I really enjoy reading. Of course, when I…

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Memories Left Hanging

It can be argued that the world is in a state of unrest. Social Media is very rapidly becoming “here’s where you can find toilet paper.” The authorities are being called over a jar of peanut butter in the grocery store. Our county’s Emergency Operations Center is open and activated…

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Truth, Trooper, Tough, Top Shelf

This is Ohio State Fair week number two. I have about a million things going on at the moment, and really should be asleep ahead of another big day tomorrow. This required putting a stop to it all, even if just long enough to write this post. Today, I made…

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Stepping In and Box Seats

This winter, I found myself glued to my computer screen one Saturday evening. “What are you watching?” my confused roommate asked. “It’s a show choir competition. Kenton is competing soon,” I replied without shifting my gaze from the screen. As my roommate resumed whatever he was doing (and probably certifying…

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Christmas in Our Town

There is absolutely nothing like small-town life. Small-town life at Christmas time is truly one-of-a-kind. Hardin County Courthouse Some call it gorgeous. I call it one of the most remarkable sights you’ll see. Dan Robinson reports in the Kenton Times  that John Jester Times thate display. The current display (which…

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Kolt Buchenroth Receives American Degree

Thanks to the support of my family, friends, Kenton City Schools, Ohio Hi-Point Career Center, my advisor Mrs. Shalie Logan, and great members of the Hardin County community, I am extremely thankful to have received my American FFA Degree at the 91st National FFA Convention & Expo. I am so fortunate…

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Guest Post: Why I Show

Ohio FFA State Sentinel (and fellow Buckeye) Mallary Caudill shared a really great message this evening, so I thought I would share it with all of you. In advance of our Hardin County Fair, I thought it was especially important. The question is often presented to me as a county fair exhibitor,…

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