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February 23, 2020
 

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Ada Historical society meets on Monday

Ada Historical Society will hold its monthly meeting on Monday, Feb. 17, at 6:30 p.m. in the meeting room at the Ada Public Library, 320 N. Main Street.

This meeting is open to the public, and is always open to new members. 

Blood glucose checks Friday at Beatitudes

ONU’s HealthWise Pharmacy will be at Beatitudes tomorrow, Friday, Feb. 14, between 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., offering blood glucose checks to patrons.  

A blood glucose screening checks the level of glucose (sugar) in your blood stream – too high or too low glucose could indicate a serious medical condition, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

These checks are part of a partnership between Beatitudes community center and Ohio Northern University’s HealthWise Pharmacy, offering free health screenings to residents in the community, according to Deb Curlis of Beatitudes, and Dr. Clay Miller of HealthWise.

2-hour Ada school delay for Thursday

At 9:24 p.m. Ada schools announced a two-hour delay for school on Thursday, Feb. 13. Watch the Icon for further developments.

Ada traffic accidents decreased drastically from 2017 to 2019

Police chief's year-end report includes 30 pages of information

Traffic accidents in Ada have decreased drastically in the past three years, with 37 reported in 2019, 42 in 2018 and 59 in 2017.

Accidents, criminal summons issued and incident reports also decreased from 2018 to 2019.

Traffic citations increased and parking violations remained nearly unchanged from 2018 to 2019.

Those are among statistics Michael Harnishfeger, Ada police chief, reported to Ada council in his comprehensive 30-page year-end report. The report includes a four-page overview of the department, plus other department information.

Viewers may read the entire report in the attachment at the bottom of this story.

Hardin Leadership Program gets you "connected"

David Dellifield, Jodi Dearth, Sheila Coressel, Natalie Walton and Rhett Grant tell about their experiences

By Barbara Lockard
David Dellifield, director of ONU’s McIntosh Center, would not have met the Kenton fire captain if it hadn’t been for Hardin Leadership.  

“The program connected me to people in the county that I would not have met on a daily basis,” said Dellifield.  

A graduate of the 2013 Hardin Leadership Program, Dellifield holds a bachelor’s degree from ONU and a master’s from Bluffton University.  Having grown up in the Allen East area and living out of state for a few years, however, put him at a disadvantage when it came to a knowledge of area individuals and resources.

Sheep Improvement Association banquet March 7

The Hardin County Sheep Improvement Association holds its annual lamb banquet on Saturday, March 7, at St. John’s Evangelical Church in Kenton at 6:30 p.m.  

Tickets can be reserved from the Extension office, 419-674-2297, and paid for at the door. Adult tickets are $15, children $7, and 2019 Hardin County Junior Fair sheep exhibitors are free with a reservation given to the Extension office by Feb. 28. 

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