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Steve Guyton

May 28, 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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Time to clean house

ONU Recycle student group is ready to collect your throw-aways

By Monty Siekerman
By now, most people have a collection of unwanted electronic devices, so the ONU Recycle student group is collecting items to be recycled to protect the environment. 

This free service is available to all in the Ada area, including the local community and university community.

Items will be collected from 11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday at Heterick Memorial Library.

They will accept computers, laptops, monitors, mice, keyboards, CDs, VCRs, DVDs, speakers, printers, computer cables, floppy discs, cell phones, scanners, tablets, battery chargers, and small, broken appliances such as microwaves.

Not accepted: light bulbs, dehumidifiers, damaged batteries, refrigerators or other large appliances.