Thursday, October 27, 2016
  • K9 unit visits Ada elementary
    Ada Police Officer Matt Purdy and his K9 partner, Jaeger, visited third graders at Ada elementary this week.
  • Ada netters fall to Harding
    ADA — Host Ada lost to Marion Harding 5-0 in girls tennis on Senior Day Tuesday at the park courts.
  • Harvest and Herb Festival Queen's Court
    Harvest and Herb Festival Queen candidates selected.
  • Commemorating 9/11: We will never forget
    Local first responders gathered together Sunday at the Hardin County Fair grandstands and in Ada to pay tribute to the men and women who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.
  • Ada dominates rival Rams in opener
    ADA — The Ada football team methodically wore down visiting arch-rival Upper Scioto Valley 38-6 in the season and home opener on a warm Friday night.
  • 8th Annual Jack Hewitt Classic
    WAYNESFIELD –– It was a beautiful night for racing at the Waynesfield Raceway Park this past Saturday as the Satellite Connections Non Wing Sprint Cars, AMSA Mini Sprints, and UMP Modifieds took off in spectacular fashion for the 8th Annual Jack Hewitt Classic.
  • Sections of SR309 closed through mid August
    A project to replace several culverts beneath Ohio 309 between Lima and Ada is underway and has closed the highway until mid August
  • Ada Lions club awards $6,100 in scholarships
    The Ada Lions Club honored its scholarship winners at its annual scholarship dinner on May 25, 2016, at the N-Men’s Building in Ada, according to scholarship chair of the Lions Club Robert Simmons.
  • Pork Rind Heritage Fest a hit
    Harrod’s Pork Rind Heritage Festival, held this past weekend, was a successful event and enjoyed by many.
  • Bulldogs Marshall, Archer compete at regionals
    TIFFIN — Ada senior Carlee Marshall competed in three events on the first day of competition at the Div. III regional track and field meet in Tiffin Wednesday.
  • Marshall wins two events at districts
    FINDLAY — Versatile Ada senior Carlee Marshall captured first in two field event finals and finished at or near the top in two preliminary races at the Div. III district track and field meet in Findlay Thursday.
  • Beaschler advances to district semis
    BOWLING GREEN — Ada sophomore Zachary Beaschler advanced to the Div. II district boys tennis semifinals at Bowling Green with two impressive straight-sets wins Wednesday.
  • Antique car club to tour Ada
    A vehicular blast from the past could well prove a boon to the Village of Ada when it comes motoring into town in June.
  • Celebrating Earth Day
    Ada Elementary participated in an Earth Week Art Show at Ohio Northern University this week.
  • The boys and girls of summer are back
    One look at the park and it is clear that spring has arrived in Ada.

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