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Earlier this week, The House overwhelmingly voted "yes" to honor Juneteenth as a new federal holiday. Now, President Joe Biden's has given the final approval... [Read More]
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There was a ceremony outside of the new education building in Lima this morning, marking its official opening. [Read More]
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The three medical schools at Apollo; practical nursing, medical assisting, and dental assisting, graduated from their one-year program. Around 50 students participated in the graduation... [Read More]
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A house fire in Lima late Thursday afternoon caused no injuries but is under investigation. [Read More]
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This is the 4th annual car show held at the mall in partnership with the local Alzheimer's Association in support of the Walk to End... [Read More]
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A Lima man has returned home after spending over three months in the hospital with a bad case of COVID-19. He says the power of... [Read More]
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Phoenix the cat was severely burned over his whole body, and the SPCA made sure her and Callie would make it back home to to... [Read More]
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They have been making pit stops all over Lima, 5 days a week every week to give kids and their families a chance to pick... [Read More]
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The Local Kiwanis club hit the grill on Sunday for their annual chicken dinner fundraiser. [Read More]
After a year of shutdowns and cancellations, the club is excited to be starting to plan for events this year. They are raising money with... [Read More]
Lima Central Catholic welcomed 8 new Hall-of-Famers on Saturday for their induction ceremony. [Read More]
A parade of bikes took off from the lima Harley Davidson on Saturday for the Feed the Need ride. [Read More]
When the Allen County Museum called on a local company to help move things from storage, they ended up receiving way bigger of a helping... [Read More]
Around 3:30 this afternoon, the Lima Police Department responded to a two vehicle crash at the intersection of Union and Kibby St.. [Read More]
People are welcome to bring their old, worn down flags to hand over to the veterans at the Elida Village Office that will dispose of... [Read More]
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