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ODOT road construction update for Sept 11

Hardin County construction update (weather permitting).

  • State Route 31 between the city of Kenton and the Union County line (excluding the village of Mt. Victory) will have lane restrictions for resurfacing.

September 5 field reports from Ohio Division of Wildlife

Northwest Ohio – Wildlife District Two 
Newcomers to Lake Erie walleye fishing from southern Ohio were contacted by State Wildlife Officer Brian Baker, assigned to Lake Erie, at the Huron boat ramp. The group was checked for license and bag limit compliance and found to have caught three walleye on a day when most anglers returned with their limit of six. Officer Baker shared locations and depths where fish were being caught with the anglers and provided data from the Precision Trolling App so the crankbaits the anglers were using would reach the depths where most walleye were being caught. The anglers were grateful for the officer’s help and were excited to get back on the water to put the information to use.

How to schedule a Noteworthy choir audition

Noteworthy Community Choir is holding auditions during the month of September for singers interested in joining for the Christmas 2023 season. 

NCC begins rehearsals in October on Tuesday evenings from 7:00-9:00 p.m. in Ada. Rehearsals and several local performances are scheduled through mid-December.   

Anonymous recovery meetings announcement

Return to Dignity recovery meetings held at the Bluffton First Methodist
church are being discontinued. Another anonymous recovery meeting in the area is:

Hope and Recovery
Every Monday at 5:30 p.m.
Trinity Lutheran Church, 14127 Moulton-New Knoxville Rd., Wapakoneta, OH.

For details, contact Martha at the church office, 419-738-6547, or text Lou at 419-235-4229.


ArtSpace/Lima introduces new board members

The ArtSpace/Lima Member Appreciation board meeting was held on August 24, 2023. The award for Volunteer of the Year, introduction of new Board of Trustees members and new Board of Trustees  officers were announced.  

Volunteer of the year 
Kinsey Barrows, OSU Senior, who has compiled over 350 hours of volunteer service to ArtSpace in the past summer. 

Alger Public Library fall hours begin September 11

Starting on Monday, September 11--after the Hardin County Fair--the Alger Public Library will have new Fall Hours:

Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

Friday 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.