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July 8, 2020

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Music on Main - a little fun and music at the Depot

if you missed Friday's Music on Main, a summer program of the Buy Ada First ad hoc committee, fear not. The next Music on Main at the Ada Depot is Friday, July 12, same time, same station.

This is the second year the Buy Ada First committee scheduled the event downtown. The idea of the one-evening a month in the summer is to get people downtown and have some fun, while shopping Ada businesses.

The committee meets on the first Wednesday of each month. Meetings are open to interested community residents.

In the meantime, here are some photo from Friday's event. See attachment at the bottom of this story.

Gene Autry Days comes to Hardin County Fairgrounds June 22-23

Now in its 20th year, Gene Autry Days take place Saturday and Sunday, June 22 and 23, at the Hardin County Fairgrounds, Kenton.

Non-stop entertainment will be provided throughout the two days. The schedule includes: Les Gilliam; Call of the West, with Jeanne Cahill and Jerome Campbell; John Buttram; Paul Belanger; Miss Devon & the Outlaw, Devon Dawson and Outlaw Jessie Del; and Kristyn Harris.

The good times will roll Friday at the Depot

Music on Main is back!

The Buy Ada First committee has an evening of family entertainment planned in downtown Ada from 6 to 8 p.m., Friday, June 14.

Residents are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and spend time with friends and neighhbors in The Depot parking lot on Main Street Ada. Music will be provided by WONB 94.9 FM. Music will include '50s through today.

The Ada Rotary Club will hold a chicken barbecue dinner fundraiser at Hays Insurance on Friday, in conjunction with the event. Music on Main participants may purchase a dinner and eat it in The Depot parking lot if they wish.

Severe storms late today into Thursday; high-impact squall line likely tonight

This news announcement is from AEP-Ohio.

A major severe weather outbreak - including a squall line
tonight - is expected for AEP's East Utilities. The threat area has been
expanded to include all of AEP's East Utilities.  Several disturbances
traversing the top of a hot upper-level ridge will trigger the severe

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Severe thunderstorm on the way

AEP meterologists said that a hot ridge over the Plains will expand east on Wednesday placing northwest Ohio in a favorable location for a severe thunderstorm squall line.

While some thunderstorms could develop tonight or early Wednesday morning these storms are not likely to produce severe weather.

A greater threat will develop as temperatures soar toward 90F on Wednesday creating extreme instability. Preliminary data suggests a disturbance moving out of the Upper Midwest could cause a squall line to develop.