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Police docket for March 11 - 17

March 11


  • Traffic stop Warning for Stop Sign
  • Handled Vandalism Complaint on E Lincoln, Report taken
  • Traffic stop Warning for Stop Sign
  • Traffic stop Citation issued for Speed
Officer did an Interior Walk Through at the Ada School
  • Handled Alarm Drop on Clint Dr.

  • Handled Animal Call on E Lehr

  • Assist EMS at Ada Technologies

March 12

Eggcellent Adventure March 23 at Apollo Career Center

Apollo Career Center  invites the community to its first Eggcellent Adventure, Saturday, March 23. Activities for the whole family begin at 7:30 a.m., culminating with a 10,000 egg, egg hunt on the front lawn of the Career Center. The grand prize will be a lucky winner and their family winning a trip to Disney (family of four).

A pancake breakfast will be served 7:30-11:00 a.m. and includes all-you-can-eat pancakes, sausage and lemonade, adults: $5, and kids under 10, $3. Other food items available include shredded pork, hot dogs, chips, pop, coffee, water and hot chocolate.

Weather report: Just so March goes out like a lamb

All we hope is that March goes out like a lamb. Here's the past seven day weather report from The Icon weather observer.
Date          High    Low   Rain        Snow
March 12     36     30                       trace
March 13     33     25     0.01
March 14     42     21
March 15     47     28     0.07
March 16     40     31                        trace
March 17     32     27
March 18     40     27     0.17

Talk with Austin Cobb and soon the subject turns to baseball

We met up with Austin Cobb, Ada High School senior, in study hall. He was at his usual table with Micah Roberson, Brenden Szippl and Kellen Decker.

What classes are you taking this semester?
English, Ceramics, Sociology, Algebra II, French I, Communications and Yearbook.

Do you play on any sport teams?
Yes, basketball and baseball. I pitch and play shortstop in baseball.

Tell me about your best-ever baseball game.
It was last summer on the Lima American Legion team. I was a pitching relief in the fourth inning and I took the game in 11 or 12 innings. It was against Troy.

ONU’s Symphonic Band to present ‘Praising Ohio’

The Ohio Northern University Symphonic Band presents its spring concert, “Praising Ohio,” in the Freed Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday, March 21 at 7:30 p.m. The program will celebrate the music, musicians and great accomplishments of the Buckeye State.

The program includes the “Overture to Candide” scored by Clare Grundman, “New World Variations” by David Shaffer, and “Rolling Thunder” by Henry Fillmore. One of the highlights of the evening will be Steven Reineke’s “Symphony No. 1,” which includes a ragtime solo performed by Christian Livengood, a first-year pharmacy major from Norwalk, Ohio.

The Ada Icon - 19,282 views experienced in its first 365 days

It’s all about small towns. It’s where Ada gets it information.

Without fanfare, The Ada Icon observed its first anniversary on March 15. For the past 365 days, this online news and advertising source has provided the Ada community with lots of information. More than you may realize.

The Icon launched on The Ides of March (March 15) 2012, with zero viewers and no advertisers. Many positive things have occurred since its launch. Here’s some information, provided by Google Analytics.

After 365 days online, The Ada Icon now has:
• 33 advertisers
• 2,000 average views per 30-day period

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