Monday, March 27, 2017
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  • Ada Council Affirms Stance On Diversity
    Ada council heard from Ada citizen Maya Fischhoff during their regular council meeting Tuesday. Fischhoff’s goal was to encourage the council to issue an affirming statement welcoming all it’s citizens, especially those here from foreign countries.
  • Ada Honor Roll
    Ada Exempted Village Schools Honor Roll
  • Big Football
    The Superbowl is a time of celebration for Ada, Ohio, but this year the community has pulled together to make the celebration even bigger.
  • Native Brewer
    Ada is a small town, but it’s people tend to grow up with big dreams.
  • Welcome home, soldier
    Lacey Fisher, her daughter Layla and son Luke patiently awaited the arrival of their favorite soldier - Matt Fisher.
  • Hardin Northern hosting blood drive
    DOLA — A blood drive is being held by Hardin Northern High School on Tuesday, November 29.
  • AHS Marching Band earns Excellent rating
    The Ada High School Marching Band earned an Excellent rating at the OMEA Marching Band Contest held Friday Nov. 4th at Brunswick Auto Mart Stadium in Brunswick with their Toy Story themed show “To Infinity”.
  • Centenarian still works the farm
    Bucher is 100-years young and enjoys spending her days tending to the fields with farmers Randy Scoles & Brenda Wolber.
  • Library Levy receives overwhelming support
    Ada residents showed overwhelming support for their library on Tuesday, casting ballots in favor of the institution’s one mill renewal levy by just over a three-to-one margin.
  • Voters weigh in on issues
    In addition to the Ada Public Library Levy which passed resoundingly, Village of Ada and Hardin County residents voted on a handful of issues, the vast majority of which passed.
  • Survivor Man performs at ONU
    On Saturday, Les Stroud, known by many as Survivor Man, took to the stage at the Freed Center at Ohio Northern University.
  • Council, Chief recognize patrolman
    Council gathered on Tuesday for a regular meeting that began with a special recognition. Officer John Iten was awarded the Ada Police Department’s Life Saving Award for his calm and quick actions.
  • HARROD — Tickets for the 2016 Allen East Hall of Fame are now on sale at the school.
  • K9 unit visits Ada elementary
    Ada Police Officer Matt Purdy and his K9 partner, Jaeger, visited third graders at Ada elementary this week.
  • Ada’s Harvest and Herb Festival will feature more than its share of unique opportunities this year. Included in that list, and likely one of the first, is the rededication of the Caboose in Railroad Park.
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