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ADA — For decades, Ohio Northern University had acknowledged Dr. Martin Luther King’s 1968 visit to the campus with a plaque on a rock.
“You had to go a little bit out of your way if you wanted to know the story of Dr. King’s visit. All of that is about to change today,” said ONU President Daniel DiBiasio on Tuesday morning at the dedication service of the new bronze statue which commemorates the event.
ADA — Among the large crowd of visitors to Ohio Northern University’s campus Tuesday to take part in the unveiling of the Martin Luther King statue was a woman whose life was touched by the civil rights leader.
Bernice Horrison grew up in Montgomery, Alabama, in the late 1950s and early 1960s, when the civil rights movement was starting.
ADA — In the eyes of Ada Police Chief Michael Harnishfeger, the use of Narcan to bring someone back from an overdose is a no-brainer, giving individuals a second chance.
During his report to council at its regular meeting Tuesday night, he gave some evidence to support his opinion.