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ONU's Dicke College of Business Administration ranked No. 62 nationally

Ohio Northern University’s Dicke College of Business Administration has been ranked No. 62 in the nation by Bloomberg Businessweek in the publication’s annual rankings of undergraduate business programs.

Ranked third in the state of Ohio, Ohio Northern earned high marks in the nine categories used for the rankings, including an “A” in the “Teaching Quality Grade” category. In academic quality, ONU was ranked 14th overall in the nation. In 2010, ONU was ranked 72nd overall.

Four Seasons Drive Thru kitchen reopens

Four Seasons Drive Thru announce on its facebook page that its kitchen is reopened.

The announcement states: "Though there have been many changes to the menu, we brought back the old favorites and are working at adding a few addition. Come in and check out our new deli and expanded store. Also, give us a few ideas on what you would like to see us stock for those party needs."

Ada Barnyard 4-H Club meets March 24

The next Ada Barnyard 4-H Club meeting will be Sunday, March 24, at 2 p.m. at Sugar Grove Church.
Please Bring:
1. Your enrollment forms if not already turned in.
2. $5 dues
3. Campaign speeches for election of officers
4. Copy of calendar, Constitution and By-Laws - Should be in your e-mail by Friday.

This will be a long meeting so plan on being there till 4 pm. Demos and Refreshments are by Archers and Boutwells. 

Ada churches observe Good Friday together

The Ada area churches will gather for a meal at the Church of Christ-Disciples church on 316 S. Main St. at 6 p.m., Friday, March 29, according to Rev. Dave Coffin, pastor and Ada Ministerial Association president.

At 7 p.m. there will be a worship service of reading of the Passion of Christ, prayer, and a guest singer for music ministry. The community is invited to join us at 6:00 p.m. for the meal, and/or the Worship Service at 7:00 p.m.

For more details call the Church of Christ at 419-233-4476.

Katey and Kyley aren't the only twins in the Stuart family

The Ada Icon talked with the Stuart twins recently. They are freshman at Ada High School. Here’s part of the conversation. Forgive us if we’ve mixed up some of their responses.

What classes are you taking this semester?
Both: Spanish I, Biology, English, Geometry, World History and Art.

I understand you aren’t the only twins in your family.
Katey: We have an older brother and sister, who are also twins - Lee and Lindsay. They are both Ada High School graduates. We also have one older brother and sister who aren’t twins. I think we had great-great uncles who were twins.

Ada Community Improvement Corp. meeting first hearing for block grant


The Village of Ada stands to be the recipient of a grant of up to $500,000 for its anticipated wastewater treatment plant.

On March 20, Roberta Acosta, senior rural development specialist, Ohio Rural Community Assistant Program ( RCAP), addressed members of Ada’s Community Improvement Corp. (CIC), telling those attending about the grant.