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Summerfest moves to new location

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ST. MARYS — The biggest change to SummerFest this year is its new location.

Saxophonist celebrates 30 years, thankful for the breath sustaining his life and career

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LIMA — Brandon “Sax B” Monford will host “Saturday Night Sax” starting at 5 p.m. at the American Legion Post 96, 711 S. Shore Drive, Lima.

Reminisce: A ‘carnival of robbery:” Remembering the ‘yeggs’ crime wave

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LIMA — G.E. Bluem was walking the floors of his department store on a busy Saturday in the spring of 1924 when he came across a man tampering with the lock on a rear door of the store on the northeast corner of Market and Elizabeth streets. The man fled but Bluem was cautious.

Nonprofit aims to break down barriers for disabled

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DALLAS — Michael Susens is 25, a strong and serious-looking young man who likes model trains and video games. He has his own YouTube channel and hopes someday to make a living reviewing and playing video games.

Lima Public Library Book Reviews

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FICTION

Real Life Mama: Just the three of us

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So far this summer, we have done all the things – swimming, skateboarding, biking, scootering, trails, creeks, watching movies on the back of the house from the swimming pool, babies, barbies, chalking, dance partying in the kitchen and oh, did I mention swimming? And all of these we have done with all the friends – never has it been just the girls and I – we always have, usually several, other kiddos with us.

Living with Children: Help big brother understand baby’s limits

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Q: Our soon-to-be 5-year-old son enjoys playing with his 14-month-old brother, but there have been three times recently when the baby has started crying and when I check, big brother has a guilty look on his face. So far, the baby has suffered a scratch under one eye, a red mark on his face where a ball hit him, and a bruised forehead from falling over. When big brother is banished to his room for these incidents, he is more upset about being punished than about hurting his brother. His lack of remorse bothers us. As a result, we’ve put baby brother off limits for a time. Are we expecting too much?

David Trinko: Fashionable gripes about homecoming

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I would like to apologize to the girls who accompanied me to homecoming dances in high school.

Viking cruises in the Great Lakes

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ABOARD THE OCTANIS — The voyage of the Viking Octantis through the Great Lakes unveiled beautiful sunrises and sunsets, the rocky Maine-like coast of Georgian Bay in Ontario and its thousands of islands.

Best Bites: MingsBings

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Created by chef Ming Tsai of Food Network fame, MingsBings are tasty burrito-like wraps filled with goodies. And all are vegan. Every variety we tried (buffalo cauliflower, sausage and peppers and veggie-filled patty) was full of flavor. The veggies are wrapped in a delicious tortilla-like pocket and come pre-oiled, so all you do is cook and eat. Try them in the air fryer, oven or in a pan. The box doesn’t give directions for microwaving them, but I did it, and they tasted amazing.