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July 8, 2020

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Weather report: Hints of spring in the air

There were hints of spring in the air this week. Here are the daily high and low temperature readings plus rain and snow reports from Guy Verhoff, Icon weather observer.
Date     High     Low     Rain     Snow
Feb. 5   30          15       0.03     0.4
Feb. 6   31          19
Feb. 7   42          22      trace
Feb. 8   41          22      0.14
Feb. 9   33          15
Feb. 10 46          45       trace
Feb. 11 48          31

15 minutes with Kellen Decker, Ada HS senior

15 minutes with Kellen Decker, Ada High School senior

What classes are you taking this semester?
English, Ceramics, Sociology, Algebra II, French I, Personal Finance and I’m a student helper in study hall.

What are your plans after high school?
I’m looking at colleges, which include University of Toledo, Bowling Green and Ashland. I’m looking at business management as a major.

Tell me about your business management experience.
My mom owns The Sawmill Restaurant. I’ve worked there in several capacities.

Ticket information for Gov. Kasich's State of the State address in Lima

Gov. John R. Kasich announced that a limited number of tickets to his 2013 State of the State address on Tuesday, February 19, in Lima will be distributed to the public via an internet lottery.

Interested individuals can register for the ticket lottery at:http://governor.ohio.gov/tickets/

Over 20 Rhythm in Motion Dance Centre students perform at ONU game

Over 20 Rhythm In Motion Dance Centre' dancers participated in the ONU 2013 Dance Clinic with the ONU Northern Stars dance team on Feb. 9.  

Over 100 dancers participated to a medley of One Direction during the event.
RIMDC dancers range in ages 5-18 and are from Ada, Bluffton, Allen East, Cory-Rawson and Kenton.  

The girls took class from ONU students and dancers from 11:30-2:20 p.m., putting the final product together at the 3 p.m. ONU men's basketball game against Mount Union.  

Most of these dancers from Rhythm In Motion will be performing center court on March 28 at Quickens Loans Arena, Cleveland, prior to the Cavs versus 76ers game.  

Police docket for Feb. 4 - Feb. 10

Feb. 4

  • Assist Other Agency on Suspicious Person
  • Complaint Handled
  • Suspicious Vehicle Complaint on S Johnson
  • Report taken for Theft of Prescription Drugs
  • Assist motorist with unlock on S Main St

Feb. 5

  • Handled Hit/Skip Accident at ATI, report taken
  • Assist EMS on W Lima Ave
  • Handled Alarm Drop on S Main St
  • Assist Other Agency
  • Officer did an Interior Walk Though at the Ada School
  • Handled a lockout on W Lima Ave
  • Traffic stop
  • Warning for Park Hours

Feb. 6

Women's tennis tops St. Mary's (Ind.); falls to Case Western Reserve

By Andrew Korba

The Ohio Northern women's tennis team picked up a 7-2 victory over St. Mary's (Ind.), but fell to Case Western Reserve by an 8-1 score on Saturday.

The Polar Bears record now stands at 7-1 on the season.

In the first match against St. Mary's, ONU won two of the three doubles courts.

Junior Michelle Tuma and freshmanRachael Miller scored an 8-4 win at No. 1 doubles and sophomores Brittany Millerand Kristin Cellentani won 8-0 at No. 3 doubles.