Tara Cutlip, 21 and pregnant with her second child, was shot and killed Saturday in her Bahama Drive home. Loved ones gather in front of Tara's home to remember her and speak out against domestic violence.
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Voting officials expect a light turnout for Tuesday's elections.
Allen County Commissioners Sam Bassitt, Dan Reiff and Greg Sneary visit Thursday with employees of PotashCorp while observing the ammonia unit during a tour of the facility in Lima.
Luke Taviano, of Taviano Farrier Service, holds onto a shoe Wednesday before placing it on the anvil at the Allen County Fairgrounds in Lima. "If they go without proper hoof care a lot of things can go wrong," Taviano said.
Luke Taviano, of Taviano Farrier Service, works on a front hoof Wednesday on a horse at the Allen County Fairgrounds in Lima. "The feet are the most vital part of the horse," Taviano said.
Luke Taviano, of Taviano Farrier Service, works on a back hoof Wednesday on a horse at the Allen County Fairgrounds in Lima. "The feet are the most vital part of the horse," Taviano said.
The M1A2 tank and other military equipment produced at the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center, on Buckeye Road in Lima, have provided unmatched survivability for America's military service personnel.
Yawo Vinjo Bruce, shown in this file photo, will have a hearing June 30 to determine his immigration status.
Eighth-grader Jahad Manley answers a question Thursday about his group's business plan at Lima South Middle School. Manley and his group wanted to open a dance and music school in Lima.
Eighth-grader Chelsea Moser presents her business plan Thursday about opening a dog training facility for a class at Lima South Middle School. The pupils all received a small 100 Grand candy bar to start up their business.
Eric Passet (right) of Wyandot County, competes Wednesday in the loader competition while being judged by Jeff Brenneman (left) in the straight line bucket control obstacle during the Ohio Department of Transportation Truck and Loader Roadeo at the traffi
A train passes by the construction Tuesday where the Vine Street Grade Separation Project is located in Lima.
A new 2010 CTS Performance Collection Cadillac is displayed Tuesday on Cable Road and Edgewood Drive at Lima Auto Mall.
New Cadillacs are displayed Tuesday on Cable Road and Edgewood Drive at Lima Auto Mall.
Robert Hiskey, an associate professor of biological sciences, looks at a water sample Friday from Grand Lake at Wright State University Lake Campus in Celina. "There's a little bit of cloudiness in there, but its not bad," Hiskey said.
Robert Hiskey, an associate professor of biological sciences, looks at a water sample Friday under a microscope from Grand Lake at Wright State University Lake Campus in Celina. Hiskey is leading the research in improving the lake's water quality.
Allen County Wildlife Officer Craig Barr holds a female peregrine falcon chick Tuesday named Kewpee for spectators to take pictures in downtown Lima.
Freshman Kara Beggin (right) give a tour Wednesday to Theresa Okafor (left, center) and Aliu Faith Ngozi (center) at Lima Senior High School in Lima.
Larry Briggs, of Lima, talks Thursday about some of the books he has written and helped write. "Its fascinated me all my life," Briggs said.
Larry Briggs, of Lima, flips through books Thursday on coins and collections. "I've always been fascinated with history," Briggs said.
Old traffic signals sit piled up at the Lima Parks and Recreation building on Collett Street.
Lima parks director Ric Stolly stands among city vehicles, including trucks and a street sweeper, kept at the Lima Parks and Recreation Division on Collett Street. The city intends to auction off the vehicles.
Ric Stolly, Lima parks director, stands with two of the former city trucks. Unlike counties and townships, cities make their own rules for getting rid of old equipment.
A large fallen tree covers Friday the front porch of a home on West 1st Street in Delphos.
Kindergartner Carrie Heider (left) waits to hold out her hand for the runners Friday at the finish line during the annual Positive Addiction run at St. Charles Catholic School in Lima.
Pupils start the race Friday for the annual Positive Addiction run at St. Charles Catholic School in Lima.
Positive Addiction Run 2010
Allen County Sheriff's Office Color Guard member Lee Schaffer salutes Wednesday near the memorial wreaths during the flag raising at The 18th Annual Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #21 Memorial Service in Lima.
The 18th Annual Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #21 Memorial Service
Lima Police Sgt. John Bishop holds the American Flag near the memorial wreaths Wednesday during The 18th Annual Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #21 Memorial Service in Lima.
Avenger monster truck driver Rich Hilgendorf (right) signs autographs Thursday for Brendan Crow, 6 (left) and his brother Logan, 4, at the McDonald's on Cable Road in Lima. The 4-Wheel Jamboree starts today at 10 a.m. at the Allen County Fairgrounds.
Brendan Crow, 6 (left) of Lima, examines Thursday the Avenger monster truck with his brother Logan, 4, at the McDonald's on Cable Road in Lima. The 4-Wheel Jamboree starts today at 10 a.m. at the Allen County Fairgrounds.
Defendant Crystal Balo sits with her attorneys Tuesday during her trial at the Allen County Courthouse in Lima. On Wednesday, a judge found Balo guilty of stealing money from the county by keeping her ex-husband on her health insurance policy after their divorce.
Second-graders Shyann Cowan (left) and Hannah Crawford examine strawberry leaves Tuesday in the hydroponic garden at Heritage Elementary School in Lima.
Patty Reed talks to second-graders Tuesday about the strawberries planted in the hydroponic garden at Heritage Elementary School in Lima. The garden is part of a state nutrition grant.
Strawberry leaves sprout Tuesday in the hydroponic garden at Heritage Elementary School in Lima.
Body shop owner Jim Yarger (front) and employee Doug Walker, of Columbus Grove, check the repairs Friday on a rear quarter panel at Jim Yarger's Body Shop on Elida Road in Lima.
Body shop owner Jim Yarger
Body shop owner Jim Yarger applies crash wrap Friday to a customer's window at Jim Yarger's Body Shop on Elida Road in Lima.
Brandi Maki sought a protection order against Perry Township Fire Chief Rick Phillips, pictured, following a March 21 off-duty incident in which he fired his gun in the air following an argument between them.
Pastor Joe Compton Jr., of Lima, prays for families Thursday during the National Day of Prayer observance at Allen County Memorial Hall in Lima.
Temple Christian choir member Jarod Ward prays Thursday for the military during the National Day of Prayer observance at Allen County Memorial Hall in Lima.
A large crowd prays Thursday for youth and schools during the National Day of Prayer observance at Allen County Memorial Hall in Lima.
Seth Tucker (center) and Kyle Heitmeyer, of Streamside Systems in Findlay, stand Monday with a new Airy Gator on Grand Lake in St. Marys. The Airy Gator is designed to agitate the water to reduce the algae.
A sign shows a proposed strip mall by Encore Market Realty Advisors in front of Meijer on Elida Road in Lima.
The Elida class of 2009 remembered Barack Obama as the first African-American President.
The Elida class of 2007 played off the James Bond logo and added a mortar board to his head.
The Bluffton University bus accident and the Virginia Tech shootings were part of the class of 2007's mural.
John Heaphy stands Thursday in front of his new restaurant Q Smokin' BBQ & Fixin's on North Street in Lima. The restaurant, which is still under construction, is in the former Happy Daz location across from St. Rita's Medical Center.