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Weekend Doctor: Neck pain

By Megan Verhoff, PA-C
Pain Management, Blanchard Valley Pain Management

Do you have neck pain? You’re not alone. Over half of all individuals develop neck pain during their lifetime with an annual prevalence in up to 40% of people. Most often, neck pain resolves on its own within just days to weeks; however, for some, it may last longer and require medical management. This article describes the causes of neck pain, provides some conservative treatment ideas, and describes when to seek medical attention. 

PHOTO "Wanderings" piano recital on Monday, January 22

Join the Getty College of Arts and Sciences at Ohio Northern University on Monday evening, January 22, for "Wanderings," a piano recital created by Mr. Brian Woods in response to the invasion of Ukraine. Free and open to the public, The recital will begin at 8 p.m. in the Snyder Recital Hall of Presser Hall.

2nd quarter honor roll at Ada Exempted Village Schools, 2023-2024

The Ada Exempted Village Schools have announced the 2ND quarter honor roll for 2023-2024. The list is comprised on students in grades 4-12. 


All A: Fox Alger, Eli Anderson, Savannah Archer, Brynn Christopher, Norah Hollon, Lillian (Lily) Raines, Gabriella (Gabby) Stanley, Quinn Wallace, Charlie Wile, Cam Zoladz

Summary of January 16 Ada Council meeting

By Paula Pyzik Scott

At the January 16 regular meeting of the Ada Village Council, the following actions, discussions and reports took place.

Claims Registers

Council unanimously approved payment for all claims registers.

Peter and the Starcatcher auditions rescheduled

The Department of Theatre, Film and Media Arts at The Ohio State University at Lima will hold auditions for the spring play, Peter and the Starcatcher, from 4-6 p.m., on January 22, 2024, in the Martha W. Farmer Theatre for the Performing Arts in Reed Hall. The audition originally planned for January 19 has been moved to January 22 due to inclement weather. 

Day of Dance invites 6-12 th graders

Intermediate to advanced 6-12th grade dancers are invited to register now for  Day of Dance at Ohio Northern University.

Dancers will study with ONU dance faculty and guest artists in four 50-minute classes consisting of a warm-up and progressions, tap, contemporary and jazz.