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March 8, 2021
 

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On civil discourse

It is important to humbly remember that our opinions are not universal truth

By Amelia Alexander
This morning I went downstairs and made my breakfast smoothie like I do every day. I sit down and eat breakfast with my parents on the weekends because we do not usually have anywhere to rush off to.

We talk about our plans for the day, or whatever is on our hearts. Sometimes, we immerse ourselves in some of the most high-minded conversations of my life. We talk about religion, philosophy, politics, celebrities, etc. There aren’t really any limits when it comes to our discourse.  

Icon's free listing of persons who plow snow

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The following persons plow snow for residents and businesses. If you plow snow, add your name to our list by contacting info@adaicon.com. This list is continually updated. Last update at 11 a.m. Feb. 15.

• Snow plowing (skid steer with blade or tractor)
Wayne Augsburger (419)230-0182
• Snow Plowing (4 wheeler with blade)
Jordan Motter (567)712-4755
• We are fully insured and available 24/7 

FFA officers 54 soybean plantings ago

Here are officers of the Ada High School Future Farmers of America in the 1966-67.

From left, Wayne Wright, reporter; Bill Van Atta, treasurer; Roy Wyss, sentinel; Neil Williams, president; Steve Mankey, vice-president; Jerry Hall, student advisor; Gary DeVier, secretary, and Joe Saltzman, teacher.

Add your name to the free Icon Snowplow List

Anticipating a week of heavy snowfall, the Icon invites persons who plow driveways and remove snow to add your name to the Icon Snowplow List.

This is a free service provided by the Icon.

If you are in the snow removal business and are "on call' for snow removal, send your contact information to the Icon at: info@adaicon.com.

We will list your name, email, phone number. The list will be updated as additional contacts are provided to the Icon.

Men 2nd, women 4th at OAC elite meet

By Tim Glon
The No. 19-ranked Ohio Northern men's indoor track and field team finished second of 10 teams with 148 points at the OAC Elite Meet on Saturday at Otterbein and Capital.

The ONU women finished fourth - their results follow the men's story

The Polar Bears (15-3 overall) got a pair of victories from junior Nate Dean (Euclid/Villa Angela-Saint Joseph), who won the 200-meter dash in :22.47 and was on the winning 4x200 relay team.

ONU women end John Carroll's unbeaten streak

Convincing 68-53 victory on Saturday night at the ONU Sports Center

By Tim Glon
ADA — The Ohio Northern women's basketball team was clinging to a 36-35 lead late in the third quarter against No. 8-ranked John Carroll.

The Polar Bears dominated the game the rest of the way, making 10 of their last 11 shots and outscoring the Blue Streaks 32-18 over the final 12:44 to post a convincing 68-53 victory on Saturday night at the ONU Sports Center.

ONU (4-4 overall, 4-4 Ohio Athletic Conference) got 12 points from senior Sydney Ward (Columbus/Upper Arlington) and junior Lexi Jacobs (Wapakoneta) in the biggest coaching victory for ONU's first-year head coach Mark Huelsman.

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