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Steve Guyton

May 24, 2017

Poetic License

Who ya for? The answer: both. This ONU and OSU supporter wears his school loyalty on his sleeve...or, in this case, his license plate. The two-university plate was spotted on a black Altima on ONU's campus.

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valedictorians & salutatorian

Campus takes a breather

The students are gone for the summer. Now the campus takes a breather.

Ada-Liberty EMS received "Medical run of the year award"

From Lima Memorial Health Systems for action taken in October 2016

Ada-Liberty EMS received the 2017 Medical Run of the Year Award presented by Lima Memorial Health Systems earlier this week.

Members Jennifer McCombs, Kortni Rooker, Dot Jordan along with Ada patrolman John Iten responded to a patient in cardiac arrest on Oct 3, 2016.

As a team, they managed to treat and transport the patient to Lima Memorial.

The patient is living today with no deficits. Each member respectfully received this award and all would say they were just "doing their job."

Film fest at high school Tuesday afternoon-evening

Plus some free books from the school library for summer reading

Here's some last-minute news items from Ada schools as the school year winds down.

FILM FESTIVAL - The first-ever Ada Student Film Festival will take place Tuesday, May 23, from 4-7 p.m. in the school auditorium. It is free and open to the public.

FREE BOOKS IN THE LIBRARY: Need something to read over the summer?  Please stop in the library and ask Mrs. Smith about free books for you to take and keep.  First come, first served.

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This is Huber's Furniture and Appliances store on Main Street Ada. The year is 1953.

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When Ohio Northern University launched the “Campaign for Engineering: Building Impact at ONU,” 1972 engineering graduate Charles “Chris” Claypool, and his wife, Barbara, didn’t hesitate to make a lead gift to help get the initiative off the ground.

(Hum the James Bond Theme while reading this)

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Ada-Liberty EMS received the 2017 Medical Run of the Year Award presented by Lima Memorial Health Systems earlier this week.

Members Jennifer McCombs, Kortni Rooker, Dot Jordan along with Ada patrolman John Iten responded to a patient in cardiac arrest on Oct 3, 2016.

Here's some last-minute news items from Ada schools as the school year winds down.

FILM FESTIVAL - The first-ever Ada Student Film Festival will take place Tuesday, May 23, from 4-7 p.m. in the school auditorium. It is free and open to the public.

Kayla Hummell of Hilliard has received the 2017 Catherine Freed Outstanding Senior Female Leadership and Service Award from ONU. Hummell graduated from ONU this spring with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and a minor in applied mathematics.

The Blanchard Pleasant Buckeyes 4-H Club held a meeting Monday, May 22nd, at the Hardin Northern Ag Building.

Recreation was Capture the Flag, led by Heidi Trachsel. There was 39 members, 9 advisers, and 4 guests present.

Bluffton Family Recreation will hold a women’s tennis tournament on Saturday, June 17.

The tournament takes place in Bluffton at the Howe Tennis Courts on East College Avenue, across from Harmon Field.

Second of a two-part series. More photos at bottom of story.

Part-time students who made the Dean's List this spring at Rhodes State College in Lima include:

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Ashley Michele Lehman                         

Shaun Charles Simon

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Thoughts on the death of James Bond

Well, one James Bond, that is

(Hum the James Bond Theme while reading this)

Dum dum dum dum
Dum dum dum dum

da da tee da da da daa
da da ta da daaaaaa

da da tee da  da da daaa
da de da dot ta da daaaaaaaa

Roger Moore was never my favorite James Bond. I mean, Sean Connery, come on. Nobody’s “Bond, James Bond,” like the Scot.

Never mind. When James Bond dies – even if it is Roger Moore - my thoughts go flashing back again to…Goldfinger.

The first time I saw James Bond was in the Carma Theatre with a bunch of the boys…Kent Kinsinger, John Lehman, probably Max Eastman. Maybe Larry Eikenbary. We were, I believe, freshmen on bicycles.

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