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City of Ada Did you know

Did you know segments regarding the City of Ada are brought to you by the Ada EDA, Ada Area Promotions Committee and the City of Ada.

April 15, 2021 0

Grace Lutheran Church Prepares for Socially Distant Easter Service

Ada, MN — Grace Lutheran Church in Ada is planning for their Superbowl of Services this weekend, and like the actual Superbowl, they too will have a somewhat limited capacity. The Easter service is typically the most attended service of the year and while the state says they can open at 100% capacity, Grace Lutheran…
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March 30, 2021 0

Ada Scouts “Scouting for Food” Drive Tonight

Ada, MN — The Ada Boy Scout Troop 624 and Cub Scout Pack 624 will hold their annual Scouting for Food drive on Monday, March 29th beginning at 530 PM.  The scouts appreciate the community’s support of food and monetary donations during this annual service project.  If you are home, please turn a porch light on to…
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March 29, 2021 0

Knights of Columbus Final Walleye Fish Fry of Lenten Season

Ada, MN — Join the Knights of Columbus Council #8280 for their 3rd and final Drive-thru Walleye Fish Fry of the Lenten season this tonight at the St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Ada. This fish fry will also be a  fundraiser for Erica Kritzberger and her family. Kritzberger is currently battling cancer. Dave Steen with…
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March 26, 2021 0

From Ada to Bismarck, James Leiman Taking Charge in New Role as ND Commerce Commissioner

Bismarck, ND — From Ada City Hall to the North Dakota State Capitol Building in Bismarck, it’s been quite the career change for the new North Dakota Department of Commerce Commissioner James Leiman. Leiman was appointed to his new role after previously serving as the Economic Development and Finance Director under Governor Burgum from March…
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March 23, 2021 0

New Car Wash, Dog Wash, & Fuel Island in Development in Ada

Ada, MN — A new state-of-the-art car wash, a dog wash, and a fuel island are in the works in the city of Ada. Drive along Highway 9 just north of 200 and you’ll see the very beginning stages of the development. Owner Nic Prothero, who owns Wild Rice Seed and Insurance, recently purchased the…
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March 4, 2021 0

Benedictine Living Community in Ada Wraps Up Adopt-A-Room Fundraiser

Ada, MN — The Benedictine Living Community just announced that they have completed their most recent fundraising campaign. They were able to raise $21,000 for their Adopt-a-Room program, which provided their residents with a complete makeover of their room. Benedictine Foundation Director thanks everyone for their generosity towards that campaign. Now the foundation moves forward…
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February 18, 2021 0

Ada Public Encourages Homeowners to Take Proactive Measure to Prevent Pipes from Freezing

Ada, MN — The cold snap should have some homeowners keeping a close eye for frozen water pipers. A lack of snow depth is pushing the frost deeper and Ada Public Works is already hearing instances of pipes freezing. Homeowners, especially if they have had problems in the past, should be closely monitoring their water…
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February 8, 2021 0

Vacant Former Zion Church Demolished

Ada, MN — An iconic piece of history in the center of the Ada community stands no more. The rusty, red church located at the corner of Highway 200 and West Main Street was demolished on Monday afternoon after standing for more than 120 years, according to the building’s owner, Bob Kinkade. The building initially…
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February 2, 2021 0

Essentia Health-Ada Staff Now Fully Vaccinated; Norman County Still Amongst Leaders for Vaccine Distribution

Ada, MN — Norman County continues to lead the way in the state in getting residents vaccinated for COVID-19, partly due to it’s limited size and high percentage of essential workers and elderly population. As of Wednesday, 674 people, or just over 10% of the population, had received at least the first dose of the…
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January 28, 2021 0