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Police calls

Police calls as of 8:45 a.m. Thursday, July 31, from the Lima Police Department and Allen County Sheriff’s Office:2500 block of North Thayer Road, Lima – A woman reported Monday a person assaulted her.3298 Elida Road, Lima – A man reported July 24 someone used his credit card without his permission.6000 block of Leatherwood Road, Lima – A woman reported Monday someone walked around her house with flashlights....

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Trades raise money at golf outing

LIMA — The Lima Building and Construction Trades partners raised $59,200 at the annual Husky Golf Outing, held July 26. This total represents more than half of the $114,000 brought in during this fundraiser, with all funds used to support a variety of non-profit organizations.The Lima Building and Construction Trades had 22 partners participate in the outing, including Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 776, Sidney Electric, Laborers Local 329, Tuttle Construction and Iron Worker...

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Food pantry benefit to start today

LIMA — Kirlin’s Hallmark, located in the Lima Mall, will be holding a food drive today through Aug. 14 to benefit the Salvation Army food pantry.For each non-perishable food item brought in by a customer, that customer will receive 10 percent off their purchase, up to a maximum of 30 percent off for three items. Hallmark keepsake ornaments, Vera Bradley, postage, layaway items, gift cards, previous purchases and special orders are excluded from the promotion.

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Salvation Army falls short in Christmas in July campaign

LIMA — The Salvation Army has concluded its Christmas in July kettle campaign, raising $12,413.39. This total is 62 percent of its target of $20,000. The Salvation Army said a lack of volunteer bell ringers contributed to the shortfall.All funds will be used to assist Allen County residents. The Salvation Army thanks the community as well as those who volunteered for helping during this fundraiser.

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Van Wert commissioners remove dog warden

VAN WERT — Van Wert County commissioners Thursday voted to remove the county’s Dog Warden, Rich Strunkenburg, after findings from an investigation into complaints of neglect of duty. The removal took effect Thursday.Strunkenburg, who was the only employee at the shelter, was also the county’s sole humane agent and was responsible for investigating reports of animal cruelty and neglect. He was placed on paid administrative leave on July 20, although county leaders ...

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Lima’s 6th Ward to hold National Night Out

LIMA — Lima’s 6th Ward will hold a National Night Out from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Hover Park on Collett Street.During the event, school supplies donated by Superior Federal Credit Union will be passed out to area children. A memorial service will also be held for Bonita Haynes, who was killed 18 years ago in a correctional institution stabbing. Haynes’ mother will speak during the event, along with Dave Stewart, who will speak about stopping area violence....

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Portion of Fourth Street to be closed

LIMA — The City of Lima Engineer’s Office has announced that Fourth Street between South Dixie Highway and McClain Road will be closed to through traffic from Aug. 4 to 15 while CSX repairs its rail crossing.

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Three injured in Van Wert County crash

VAN WERT — Three people were sent to hospital after a two-vehicle crash Wednesday in Van Wert County.At 6:32 p.m. Scott Cowling, 17, of Van Wert, was driving eastbound on Wren Landeck Road in a 2007 Chevrolet Malibu and failed to stop at the stop sign at the U.S. 127 intersection. Cowling’s vehicle was then struck on the passenger side by Susan Applegate, 64, of Harlan, Indiana, driving a 1999 Ford Expedition.Cowling and Applegate were both transported to Van...

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Lima Memorial Health SystemJuly 30 — Natalie and Tyler Steinke, Wapakoneta, girl; Tina and Raul Ordonez, Lima, girl; April Davis and Brian Hall, Lima, girl.St. Rita’s Medical CenterJuly 30 — Tiffany Yoakam and William Baumgardner, Kenton, girl; Rachel Thomas and Jesus Ordonez, Lima, girl; Chelsea and Richard Brock, St. Marys, boy; Ashely and Tony Baber, Wapakoneta, boy....

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Joint Township to offer babysitting course

ST. MARYS — Joint Township District Memorial Hospital will offer a babysitting course for children in grades 5 through 7. Class times will be 8 a.m. to noon Aug. 8 and 9.The program helps prepare sitters for the physical, psychological and emotional needs of children under their care. Topics include safety, emergency care, child development and discipline. Class sizes will be limited to 20 registrants.Pre-registration is required and the course comes with a $15 fee...

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Project manager hired for JSMC grant

LIMA — A project manager has been hired for the recent grant for the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center.The Allen County commissioners approved the hire of Denis Glenn during their agenda meeting on Thursday. The manager’s position will begin Friday and go until July 31, 2015.“We are excited and happy that the county was able to secure this grant but even more excited that Mr. Glenn agreed to serve,” Noonan said.Read more about ...

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Now — the season of change

In this season, the Lord is declaring war upon the spirit of Egypt (bondage). There is a serious problem when we can go to church week after week sick, wounded, depressed and fearful, and every week we return home in the same condition or worse.In Ezekiel 32:17-32, we see that judgment has been proclaimed upon all of Egypt (bondage). One would not think it strange that one of the key reasons is possibly lack of faith, which is always a great reason we fail to receive from the Lord....

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Marking 64 years in the ministry

LIMA — When the Rev. Thomas Eisenman attended a Methodist district youth conference in Bloomsburg, Pa., as a young man, he did not realize it would be life-changing.“They had an altar call for those who wanted to dedicate their lives to Christian ministry,” explained Eisenman. “I didn’t want to go forward, and I didn’t want to be in ministry. I was young — 18 or 19 years old. I didn’t want the girls to wonder what was wrong with me.&#...

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The Lima News: America loses last hero of Enola Gay

Theodore Van Kirk died a hero. Don’t let anyone tell you differently.In the predawn hours of Aug. 6, 1945, he was the navigator for Col. Paul Tibbets Jr. aboard the Enola Gay, the B-29 Superfortress that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, effectively ending World War II.Twelve men were part of the crew that day, with Van Kirk being the last surviving member. He died Monday, at the age of 93.

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George Will: A middle course on foreign policy

WASHINGTON — With metronomic regularity, there is a choreographed minuet of carnage. Israel is attacked. Israel defends itself. Perfunctory affirmations of Israel’s right of self-defense are quickly followed by accusations that Israel’s military measures are disproportionate. Then come demands for a cease-fire, and the attackers replenish their arsenals.

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Licking County stuns Locos, 10-9

NEWARK – It was shocking.It was stunning.And, just like that, on a Licking County strikeout, the game was over and the hex at Don Edwards Field continued.Licking County pinch-runner Woody Wallace scored from third with two outs on a strikeout/wild pitch in the home ninth inning to lift the Settlers to a 10-9 victory over the Lima Locos late Wednesday night at Don Edwards Field.Licking County took 1-0 lead in the best-of-three Great Lakes Colle...

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Rain delays start of Locos game

NEWARK – This time it wasn’t Licking County slowing down the Locos, it was a hard afternoon rain which pushed through the Columbus and Newark area.Game 1 in the best-of-three Great Lakes Collegiate League semifinal series was scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday at Don Edwards Field, but the monsoon-like rain pushed the starting time back to close to 8 p.m.Thanks to a seemingly-endless supply of bags of diamond dry, the field was made playable. But the game went on...

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