Thursday, September 19, 2019
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  • Allen East Homecoming Court
    Members of the 2019 Allen East Homecoming Court include (back row, left to right) Seniors Garrett Neth, Olivia Silone, Logan McCluer, Anamya Truex, Nicholas Baughman and Devyn Hopkins, and (middle row, left to right) Juniors Tyler Clum & Olivia Parker, Fresh Caleb Hopkins & Savannah Snyder, Sophomores Evan Shafer & Gracee McKeever, and (front row, left to right) Crown Bearers Ava Humphrey & Benson Dellenbaugh. (Carla Oberly/Ada Herald)
  • Mustang cheer
    Recently, Allen East held its annual mini cheer camp. All the cheerleaders led the group along with coaches Kristi Austin and Heather Koontz. The group as a whole performed during the first quarter of the varsity football game against Wynford on Saturday, Sept. 14. (Carla Oberly/Ada Herald)
  • Walking down Main Street
    Ada's Hugh Phillips was spotted Tuesday night walking (or were they walking him?) his three Great Danes on North Main Street. When asked how much the dogs eat, Hugh responded "...40 lbs of dog food a week." I asked him what that translated into money wise? He said he didn't want to think about that. (Ada Herald/Joe Schriner)
  • Harvest artist
    Romick set for Ada Fest
  • Ada preps for Harvest & Herb Fest
    Village Administrator Jamie Hall, at the Ada Village Council meeting Tuesday night, said (with a wry smile) that, unequivocally, even with all the ODOT Main Street road construction currently going on, there, nonetheless, would not be a “road paver” in the Harvest & Herb Festival Parade this year.
  • Service above self
    Ada Rotarian Bill Trudeau takes club motto to heart.
  • Cole Motor Sales: The end of a legacy
    Ada dealership to close its doors.
  • Ada Council discusses town hall rehab
    Admittedly, there are few ancillary “perks” for Ada Village Council Members.
  • Christ's "hands and feet" in Ada
    A Christian church without walls…That’s, basically, what the Ada Family Center Church is all about.
  • $50,000 in counterfeit currency seized in Ada
    The Ada Police, with the Hardin County Sheriffs Dept. and U.S. Secret Service, executed the arrest of a suspected counterfeiter in Ada last Wednesday, Aug. 21.
  • 103, and still going strong! (Part II)
    Born in 1916, she has seen the advent of radio, television, a moon walk, computers, iPhones, and this year, probably the most exciting of them all: the placement of a “time capsule” in the Ada Municipal Building.
  • For Ada's "Alice," 103 is the new 75
    1916. World War I was raging. Woodrow Wilson was re-elected president Nov. 7 of that year. And Alice Bucher was born.
  • Crazy about Kiwanis
    For more than a century, Kiwanis has been trying to make a “…lasting difference in the lives of children.” And the Ada Kiwanis Club is no different.
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