Thursday, April 24, 2014
  • ONU softball splits double header with Anderson

    ADA -- Senior Bree Hiteshew and junior Kelly Sheridan each hit 2-run home runs as the Ohio Northern softball team split a double header with Anderson (Ind.) on Wednesday afternoon.

  • Issue 1 could bring money to Ada
    ADA — When the Ada CIC met last week they heard from guest speaker Gerald Potter about Issue 1 which will appear on the ballot in May. 
  • Ada named Tree City for 33rd year
    ADA — The Village of Ada Tree Commission was honored to accept the Tree City USA award in a ceremony on April 9. The Village has earned the Tree City Award for 33 years.
  • Track meet held at Ada
    ADA - The Ben Logan boys and girls track teams each won a tough four-team meet hosted by Ada on a windy Tuesday evening.
    BL won the close girls competition with 72.5 points, followed by Ada in second with 65.5. Arlington came in third with 63 points while Kenton finished fourth with 57.
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  • April 14

    Handled suspicious male complaint on Lincoln, male arrested, report taken for criminal mischief

    Assisted EMS on East Lincoln

    Handled suspicious activity complaint on West Montford

    Handled welfare check on West Lima

    Assisted EMS on East Lincoln

    Handled alarm drop on West Lima

  • MARION — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio Steven M. Dettelbach, Federal Bureau of Investigation Cleveland Division Special Agent in Charge Stephen D. Anthony, Marion Police Chief Bill Collins, Marion County Sheriff Tim Bailey, and Marion County Prosecutor Brent Yager announced today that more than three dozen people are now facing charges as a result of a large-scale investigation focusing on the trafficking and possession of drugs in Marion. 
  • To the Editor,
    In regards to the letter by Ted Griffith on Feb. 13, I would like to mention a fact that often gets overlooked when people are praising the so-called virtues of GMOs-Genetically Modified Organisms.



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