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September 22, 2017
 

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  • The University Singers of Ohio Northern University free concert, 2pm, ONU Presser Hall

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Poetic License

This plate on a Corvette was spotted at the County Line Church of the Brethren car show in July. Maybe the son has a matching Corvette, too.

We do windows

Finishing touches go in place in McIntosh Center on the ONU campus. One of those touches involves window work.

AHS homecoming week begins Friday

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Homecoming week starts Friday at Ada High School.

An end of the school day pep rally at 2:50 p.m. in the high school gym sets the course for the next week.

Here's what the Bulldogs face Friday at Spencerville

Bob Olwin: "Spencerville got a big win at Allen East; both teams played very hard

By Cort Reynolds

Ada travels to Spencerville next Friday in a week five road battle between 1-0 Northwest Conference foes coming off nailbiting wins.

The Bulldogs held off a 26-point second half rally at Delphos Jefferson to beat the defending NWC champions 35-33 in week four. Spencerville (2-2) won a thriller at Allen East in their league opener last Friday in overtime, 27-20.

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By Mark Badertscher, OSU Extension Educator

Homecoming week starts Friday at Ada High School.

An end of the school day pep rally at 2:50 p.m. in the high school gym sets the course for the next week.

By Cort Reynolds

Ada travels to Spencerville next Friday in a week five road battle between 1-0 Northwest Conference foes coming off nailbiting wins.

Ken Collins watched the Harvest and Herb Festival parade and has these photos to share with Icon viewers.

Hardin County Sheriff Keith Everhart released the following statement on Wednesday evening:

"The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office is currently conducting an investigation into an alleged incident of bullying or hazing as reported to the Sheriff’s Office.

The ONU Observatory will have a public star party to celebrate the autumnal equinox, the astronomical start of fall. Viewing will take place from 8-10 p.m. on Friday. The observatory is located on West Lincoln Street near Klingler Road.

A play "Angels in America, Part 1: Millennium Approaches" will be presented at the Freed Center from Sept. 28 until Oct. 1. The drama is an examination of AIDS and homosexuality in America in the 1980s.

Weekly Story Times for children age 3 to 6 will begin again at the Alger Library on Monday, Oct., 2 at 6:30 p.m. Story Times will continue through Dec. 11.

ONU Homecoming schedule: 

  • 9 a.m. President Emeritus Kendall Baker and former first lady Toby Baker will be honored with the dedication of the Baker Residential Commons near Affinity Village, located along Polar Bear Way and Loop Road.

 

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Ken Collins watched the Harvest and Herb Festival parade and has these photos to share with Icon viewers.

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