Wednesday, October 07, 2015
  • Mobile health van to make county rounds
    Harkening back to the days of doctors making house calls, the Ohio Northern University rural mobile health van will be ready to roll within the month as Director Amy Fanous works out schedules and details with local agencies in Hardin County. 
  • Ada Safe Routes to School underway
    The Safe Routes to School sidewalk project started Tuesday with crews digging up sidewalks on Grand Avenue between East Montford Street and East Buckeye Street. 
  • Super Moon attracts 100+ to ONU Observatory
    The Ohio Northern University observatory was humming Sunday night as the “Super Moon” lunar eclipse unfolded through the evening hours. 
  • A-OK lady shares goodwill and inspiration at ReStore Center
    The A-OK lady made her way into Ada Tuesday afternoon, as the caped crusader said that sometimes she just ends up where she ends up when she is campaigning around Ohio. She happened to be heading to Lima from Kenton, but somehow ended in Ada. 
  • Rains, trains and trucks can’t stop Harvest & Herb Fest
    Despite rain, winds and the occasional thunder bumper, Ada’s well-loved Harvest & Herb festival celebrated its 30th birthday this past Saturday, Sept. 19. 
  • Kindle and Bolen arrested for burglary string
    Two Ada area men have been arrested by Hardin County Sheriffs detectives, in connection with several burglaries that have occurred in Hardin and surrounding counties. 
  • Juvenile Court takes on 4-H CARTEENS
    In 1987, Educator Becky Cropper, from the Brown County OSU Extension 4-H agency gained the support of the juvenile probate court, the Ohio Highway Patrol and volunteer teen leaders, to launch CARTEENS. 
  • Harvest & Herb queen candidates announced
    Saturday is the annual Area Chamber of Commerce Harvest & Herb Festival, and what festival is complete without a queen? 
  • Issue 3 opposed at Hardin Courthouse
    On Sept. 11, the Hardin County Courthouse held a press conference to discuss their position on Issue 3. Representative Robert Sprague lead the meeting and was supported by Sheriff Keith Everhart, Prosecutor Brad Bailey, Commissioner Ed Elliott and Commissioner Brice Beaman. 
  • Mrs. Ohio America Pageant seeking contestant to represent Mrs. Ada
    The Mrs. Ohio America Pageant is now accepting applications from married women to represent Mrs. Ada as a State Finalist in the 2016 pageant being held next spring in the Columbus Area. 
  • Hardin County Fair flourishes despite humidity
    The 2015 Hardin County Fair officially opened on Tuesday at 1 p.m. 
  • 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. 

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