The Ada Herald is an Ohio weekly newspaper covering Hardin County and parts of Allen and Hancock counties.
|Owner(s)||Delphos Herald Inc.|
|Headquarters||229 N Main St, Ada, Hardin County, Ohio 45810|
History & OwnershipEdit
Starting in June 1885, U.S.G. Cherry, S.B. Wagner, and W.W. Poultney, graduates of Ohio Normal University, started publishing a "monthly review of the school and societies" from the office of the local newspaper, the Ada Record. It was intended to keep alumni of Ohio Normal University up-to-date on university happenings. The publication grew in popularity and became known as the University Herald. M.L. Snyder and Ralph Parlette bought the Herald in 1895 and changed its name to the Ada Herald in 1916.
Barton Snyder, son of M. L. Snyder, sold the paper to Brown Publishing Co. in 1966. When the Brown Publishing Co. went bankrupt in 2010 the Ada Herald as well as the Van Wert Times Bulletin were purchased for $3.6 million by Delphos Herald Inc.
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