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January 20, 2020
 

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Charges pending from Kenton drug raid

Hardin County Crime Task Force announced results of a narcotics investigation in Kenton, according to Sheriff Keith Everhart.

The task force news release follows:

On January 15, the Hardin County Crime Task Force executed a search warrant at 41 Champion Court in Kenton, after an investigation to the selling of narcotics from this location. 

As a result of the search warrant, narcotics and drug paraphernalia were seized from the residence.

One male was arrested for trafficking in drugs; another male and female were arrestedf for oustanding warrants.

Here's the mobile health clinic schedule

The ONU HealthWise mobile health clinic has several visits in Hardin County for January. Here’s this month's calendar.

This clinic includes free screenings for blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol (please fast for 12 hours to participate in the cholesterol or blood sugar screening).

The next Ada visit is from 6 to 7 p.m., Tuesday, January 21, at the Ada Public Library.

Want to be an Ada cheerleader?

Preschoolers to 6th graders will cheer on Feb. 14

Attention all preschoolers all the way up to sixth grader who want to be a cheerleader.

This winter’s Ada basketball cheerleading clinic is set for three afternoons in February and sign-up deadline is Friday, Jan. 24.

Here’s the details:
Clinics are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 11-12-13, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Participants will meet in the school cafeteria and then go to the 1986 gymnasium for practices.

The cheerleading participants will learn several cheerleading skills including motion, jumps, chants, cheers and dances.

3 Brothers Family Pizza collecting care packages for overseas battalion

Brian Clum: “I’ve been deployed twice. I know what it’s like after the holidays. It’s a long period.”

Brian Clum knows the feeling of being deployed away from home during and after the Christmas holidays. 

“I’ve been deployed twice. I know what it’s like after the holidays. It’s a long period,” said Clum. “I want soldiers to know that they are thought of and appreciated.”

As a retired 31-year armed services veteran, the owner of 3 Brothers Family Pizza decided to do something about it.

This winter he and his wife, Kelly, started an organization called Friends of 1-145 AR RGT (EIN 84-3584886).

That’s a long title that translates in support of their son’s  (Corp. Matthew Clum, Ada HS graduate) battalion currently deployed overseas.

ONU men and women swimmers defeat Mt. Union

 If there's one thing Ohio Northern men's swimming and diving head coach Austin Veltman knows, it's that his team is tired. He's certain of that. 

With that being said, the Polar Bears were still able to score a comfortable 170-118 victory over Mount Union Saturday inside the ONU Sports Center. The win improved Northern to 2-1 in Ohio Athletic Conference competition. 

Ada Rotary invites teams to compete in Super Bowl bowling battle

Tuesday, Feb. 4, at Norada Lanes

Ada Rotary Club invites organizations to enter its 6th annual  Kevin Mierzejewski Super Bowl battle of Ada organizations bowling event, according to Jami Hall, president. 

Bowling is Tuesday, Feb. 4, from 6 to 10 p.m. at Norada Lanes. Only eight teams are admitted.

Registration is $100 per team with five members on a team. Registration includes three games of bowling, shoes, one large pizza and one pitcher of soft drinks.

A 50/50 raffle takes place in addition to door prizes throughout the evening.

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