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Stonewall School names Teacher of the Year
Stonewall School has named Donna Cox as Teacher of the Year for 2012-2013.
Father's Day fight lands one man in jail
When Ada police drove up on West 13th Street Sunday, they found one man holding another man in a bear hug position, according to a police report.
City OKs site for sports complex
Ada City Council approved a site for the proposed sports complex on Monday, clearing the way for the city to move forward with the project.
Local man arrested in alleged fraud at local church
A 24-year-old Ada man has been arrested on suspicion of trying to pass a fraudulent $400 check from the account of a local Sunday school class.
Ada woman jailed; bonds total more than $50,000
A 28-year-old Ada woman is behind bars, saddled with more than $50,000 in bonds to deal with before she can be released.
Input sought on Main Street lighting project
Area residents are invited to participate in a special meeting to discuss lighting and other improvements to Ada’s Main Street to be held Wednesday at Pontotoc Technology Center. According to Bridget Forshay, Citizens Advisory Board Main Street Lighting Committee chairperson, the open forum is a result of Ada’s “Penny for Our City” sales tax.
Randy's Natural World
I hope I didn’t scare any readers with this week’s featured creature — the rough green snake.
Cruising Main Street scheduled June 28
People who remember cruising downtown Ada as teenagers can relive those days later this month.
Schools have until 2015 to implement new teacher evaluation system
Oklahoma school officials preparing to implement a new system for grading teachers got a two-year reprieve this month.
Smeltz arrested again; more alleged threats
A former Ada firefighter was arrested for the second time Wednesday after allegedly posting more threatening and possibly libelous statements on Facebook concerning Ada Police Officer Brad Rhoads and other members of the department.
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