Wednesday, November 20, 2019
  • Ada's Festival of Trees begins Sunday
    This year marks the 22nd year for the annual Festival of Trees held at the Community Health Professionals.
  • Ada's Safest City accolades
    A couple council meetings back, almost in passing, Ada Police Chief Michael Harnishfeger said, in the middle of his report to council, that Ada had just been named the 14th safest city in Ohio.
  • On the Go for Christ
    Ada’s Bethel Church of Christ’s Carrie Rausch is planning on traveling the world the rest of this year, without ever leaving the country.
  • Ada Council talks whiskey and football
    Tuesday night Ada Village Council addressed canines, zoning, and footballs… always footballs.
  • Peyton Manning? In Ada?
    In the midst of doing the Guinness Record/Wilson football hullabaloo stuff the past couple weeks, I came across one of, if not THE, “best kept Ada secret of 2019.”
  • Our Lady of Lourdes Bazaar
    Bazaar coordinator Ann Hood (her sidekick in this is Rachel Claire) said it’s a tradition that dates back more than 40 years. It actually started as a “Christmas Bazaar,” but has since broadened to be a, well, “all-purpose bazaar,” with a twist. Food.
  • Halloween Scenes

    Ada’s annual parade both cute and spooky

  • Ada nails Guinness Record moment
    As scheduled, at 2 p.m. on the dot (okay, it was more like 2:20 p.m.), some 1,000 people – many of them Ada School System students – cocked their arms and let fly 1,000 footballs at the exact same moment in time on War Memorial Field.
  • Hardin Northern History Brigade steps back into the past
    On Sunday, October 20, the History Brigade took a step backward – all the way to 1864. Eleven students trekked to Indiana to visit the 30th Annual Hartford City Civil War Days where reenactors from across the Midwest gathered to demonstrate what it was like to live during the Civil War.
  • Setting the record straight
    At 2 p.m. this Friday, some 1,200 “Made in Ada” Wilson footballs will launch, simultaneously, into the sky at War Memorial Stadium.
  • Ada woodworker has time on his hands
    Thede, who is a retired ONU electrical engineer professor, is now, in essence, an old-fashion craftsman.
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