Wednesday, April 16, 2014
  • ADA — The BBB reports that consumers in our area are receiving phone calls from individuals claiming they are from Publishers Clearing House.

     
     
  • ADA — The Buy Ada First Committee will continue it's Cash Mob series on Tuesday, April 8, from 3 to 5 p.m. The location will be revealed soon. 
  • ADA — Even if our flower beds aren’t blooming yet, it’s OK, because the new businesses on Main Street are in full bloom. 
  • ADA — The Village is making preparations to staff the Ada Municipal Pool for the 2014 summer season.  
  • ADA — Ada won second place after a tie-breaker final round versus Kenton as both teams were 3-2 after the regular five matches during the Hardin County Junior High Quiz Bowl Tournament.  
  • ADA — The Ada Liberty Township Fire Department has recently developed the first ice rescue team in Hardin County. Seven members have become certified as Level 2 ice rescuers who are trained to go onto an ice-covered body of water and retrieve victims who have fallen through frozen lakes and ponds. Several additional members were trained in shore-based ice rescue techniques. 
  • ADA — During the Hardin County Chamber & Business Alliance's eighth annual dinner meeting, the following awards were presented: Donna Martin - 2013 Citizen of the Year; Brim's Imports and Brim's Imports and Auto Salvage - 2013 Business of the Year; and Hardin Pioneer Aktion Club - 2013 Community Service Award.  
  • Ada Winter Guard starts off season with success
    ADA — Countless hours have been spent developing and practicing this year’s competition programs for the Ada Jr. High and High School Winter Guard participants. 
  • Allen East Students of the Month
    HARROD — Allen East Local Schools have announced that  Haylee Mattevi and Karrie LeSure are the Junior High Students of the month for January. 
     
  • HARDIN COUNTY — The Hardin County Sheep Improvement Association will hold their annual Lamb Banquet on Saturday, March 1, at St. John’s United Church of Christ, at 6:30 p.m.  
  • Eighteen receive Chapter FFA Degree
    ADA — The Hardin Northern FFA presented the Chapter FFA Degree to those second, third and fourth year FFA members who met the requirements on at the monthly FFA meeting on Feb. 10. 
  • NORTH BALTIMORE — On Feb. 12, the Board of Trustees for the Hancock-Wood Electric Cooperative Community Trust Fund presented $18,418 in first-quarter grants to seven local non-profit organizations. HWEC Community Trust Fund Board Chairman Daniel Branson presented the checks in a special ceremony at the Hancock-Wood corporate headquarters. 
  • Griffith gives back with Invest an Acre, encourages others to do the same
    ADA — Ted Griffith, of Powell Seeds, Ada, has recently joined with Feeding America to take part in the Invest an Acre program to provide funds for local food pantries and organizations. Griffith has recently made donations to ReStore Community Center and the Alger Food Pantry. 
  • ALGER — OSU Extension, Alger First United Methodist Church, and the Ohio Children’s Trust Fund are offering parents of school aged children an opportunity to intentionally explore how to be the greatest influence on their kids.  
  • KENTON — The Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance Annual Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 27, at Ohio Northern University's McIntosh Center.  

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