It's where Ada gets its news!
Ada Sports
December 6, 2019

You are here

Ada's latest news

Two new Ada holiday gift item on the shelf

Holiday greeting cards by Karen Ward available at Gallery for the Arts

There's two new Ada holiday gift items on the shelf this month.

Ada photographer Karen Ward has created two new holiday cards featuring Ada scenes, which are now available at Gallery for the Arts, 115 S. Main St.

Ruth Roiter says that this is the third holiday season that Ward has created cards specific to Ada.

The first card shows the statute of Dr. Henry Solomon Lehr located on the Ohio Northern University campus. The message inside the card reads: “Twas the night…” we dream. Wishing you a season of lights, stories and songs of joy and peace.”

How to read a food label

Note: this article is provided by ONU Healthwise Pharmacy.
We see nutrition labels every day on nearly everything we eat. But what good are they if we don’t understand what we’re actually eating?

Here are some ways to decode the label and some of the ingredients we often see.

Let's start at the beginning.

1) Serving Size

This is found at the top of the label. People often overlook or don’t understand a food’s serving size. It’s important to pay attention to portion size to make sure you’re not eating too much (which could lead to weight gain) or too little (not getting the full nutritional value).

Weekend doctor: GERD Awareness Week

By Jessica Reynolds, MD
Surgical Associates of Northwest Ohio
Blanchard Valley Health System

Ever bowled a 300?

By Leland Crouse
May, 1974 Harold Marshall received a clock trophy and a check for $100 for the first ever 300 game bowled at Norada Lanes, Ada.

Dave Parshall made the presentation at the Ada Men’s Bowling Association Banquet on May 25.

The second 300 game was not until January 1993 by Phil Austin, Lima, Ohio.

In January 1978 Charles Deringer bowled a 299 at Norada Lanes.

Mercy Health – St. Rita’s Imaging Services expands

Mercy Health has expanded access for outpatient ultrasound imaging to Mercy Health – Wapakoneta Imaging Services, 1015 South Blackhoof St., Suite D.. Other locations include Mercy Health – Putnam County MedicalCenter and Mercy Health – St. Rita’s Medical Center.

“Imaging services offer opportunity for early detection and diagnosis, which saves lives,” said Patricia Giesken, Director of Imaging Services at Mercy Health – St. Rita’s Medical Center. 

“At Mercy Health, we try to give the community as many access points for treatment and comprehensive care. Especially because the health and well-being of the community is one of our top priorities.”

Two ONU swimmers honored by OAC

Men’s team
Ohio Northern sophomore Justin DeLano (Englewood/Northmont) was named the Ohio Athletic Conference Men's Swimmer of the Week for the week of Nov. 11-17.

DeLano won three events to lead the Polar Bears (2-1 overall) to a 134-51 victory at Wittenberg on Friday.

He won the 1000-yard free in 10:37.04 and won the 200-yard back in 2:09.57. DeLano was also part of ONU's winning 200 free relay team, which finished in 1:30.32.

Women’s team
Ohio Northern freshman Shelby Starkey (Bellefontaine) was named the Ohio Athletic Conference Women's Swimmer of the Week for the week of Nov. 11-17.