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July 2, 2020
 

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Ian Dellifield Mid-Ohio Energy Cooperative student of the month

Ian Dellifield, who will be a senior this fall at Ada High School, is the Mid-Ohio Energy Cooperative student of the month.

Dellifield is active in several Ada school activities. These include being a member of the Quiz Bowl team, TEAMS Competition, 'Dogs volunteer, Varsity Singers, Wild Steelions and Ohio Northern University steel drum band.

He is also a member of the Ada HS track, soccer and swim teams.

Let's visit some Ada gardens

Lots of fresh veggies growing at Jimmy Wilson's 207 Turner garden

Some people believe that life begins the day you start a garden. Other insist there are no gardening mistakes, only experiments. If you fall in either group, then this weekly Icon feature will keep you walking down the garden path again and again.

At the suggestion and with the assistance of Jimmy Wilson the Ada Icon introduces a new column we simply call Ada Gardens.

It will continue until gardening ends for the season, and then we hope to plant our seeds again in the spring.

Our first featured Ada Garden is full of green things. You can find it in Wilson’s yard at 207 Turner, Ada.

Three from Ada on University of Findlay dean's list

The dean's list for the spring 2020 semester at the University of Findlay has been announced. To earn this achievement, a student must attain a grade point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale.

Ada students include:
Caleb Garmon
Elijah Garmon
Aliyah Hasan

ONU law grad receives Marion County judgeship appointment

Ohio Northern University law graduate Larry N. Heiser was appointed to serve as a judge on the Marion County Family Court, in an announcement made by Governor DeWine's office.

Heiser of Marion, will assume office on July 13, and must run for election on Nov. 3, for the remainder of the term ending Feb. 8, 2023.

Heiser is replacing Judge Deborah Alspach, who retired from the Marion County Family Court on Feb. 1, 2020.  

Heiser received his bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University and his law degree from Ohio Northern University.  He currently is in private practice.

Benjamin Bowers is a Denison University graduate

Benjamin Bowers was among 574 graduates awarded degrees by Denison University President Adam Weinberg at a virtual conferral of degrees event held on Saturday, May 16.

Bowers, a resident of Ada, was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, with a major in geoscience with a concentration in narrative journalism. 

Protest at Hardin County courthouse

A Black Lives Matter demonstration took place on Sunday at the Hardin County courthouse on Saturday. (Ken Collins photo)

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