Thursday, September 03, 2015
  • Council accepts Republic bid
    During the regular meeting of Ada Council on Tuesday, members approved recommendation to contract with Republic Services for solid waste removal and recycling for the village to go into effect in December. 
  • Women L.E.A.D. in Hardin County
    Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance (HCCBA) announced the newly formed women’s mentoring group called L.E.A.D. at a press conference on Monday. 
  • Four injured in two car collision
    Ada-Liberty EMS, Ada-Liberty Fire Deptartment, LifeFlight and Osborn towing assisted the Hardin County Sheriff’s department Monday afternoon with a two car collision at the intersection of County Road 25 and 60. 
  • Allen East band tops at Allen County fair
    For the seventh consecutive year, the 44th Edition of the Loud and Proud Mustang Marching Brass of Allen East High School took top honors this past Saturday at the Allen County Fair Parade in downtown Lima. 
  • Hardin County arrests  two on Logan County  drug trafficking warrants
    On Tuesday, Aug. 18, at approximately 2 p.m., deputies from the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office arrested Garrett C. Craig, 23, of Russells Point and Amber R. Hoy, 24, also of Russells Point, on drug trafficking warrants from Logan County. 
  • ReStore gets matching donor
    In their efforts to meet the their goal of $15,000 for replacing almost 3,000 square feet of flooring, Restore announced a recent matching challenge. 
  • Ada Council sets date for public hearings on zoning changes
    The zoning committee recommended several changes regarding minimum parking spaces for properties and larger lot sizes for properties and businesses. 
  • Red Cross announces upcoming Hardin County blood drives
    The American Red Cross is facing a looming shortage of the blood types most needed by patients and is calling on eligible donors with O negative, B negative and A negative blood to give now. 
  • Marijuana valued at $79,200 seized in Hardin County
    Tthe Hardin County Sheriff’s Office received an anonymous call on Monday, Aug. 17, stating a marijuana plant was visible from the roadway at 16722 TR 119, southwest of the City of Kenton. 
  • F&M winners announced
    Although everyone was a winner at the Aug. 8 Farmers & Merchants Picnic, what with all of the food, fellowship and activities for all ages, some participants took home trophies and ribbons for their efforts. 
  • Chamber gears up for upcoming local events
    The Ada Area Chamber of Commerce board members met Wednesday and discussed several upcoming events slated for the village and area. 
  • Terry Keiser named to Ada Council
    During the Aug. 4 meeting of the Village of Ada Council, members voted and unanimously approved appointment of Terry Keiser to fill the vacated seat held by Harry “Jimmy” Wilson who resigned in July. 
  • Utilities committee talks water rate hike or assessment
    The Village of Ada Council Utilities Committee met after the regular council meeting on Tuesday evening to discuss alternatives for five projects needed to alleviate the flooding situation in Ada. 
  • Potential sale of WBGU draws 200
    Representatives from Bowling Green State University fielded questions and recorded input from a standing room only crowd Monday evening. 

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