Lifestyle

Featured events coming up in the Lima region

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Beer Barrel Patio Entertainment

Reminisce: Child bride and her boy husband

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In a column devoted to news from south Lima, the Lima Times-Democrat reported Nov. 15, 1900, that U.S. Army Private Charles E. Fuller had arrived home the previous evening after a seven-week journey from the Philippines.

Star-Spangled Spectacular to light up Faurot Park

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LIMA — The Lima Area Concert Band will cap off this year’s Star Spangled Spectacular again with a fireworks show at Faurot Park.

Patriotic Pops Concert to return to ONU

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ADA — Ohio Northern University’s Patriotic Pops Concert will return at 7 p.m. Sunday on the lawn in front of the school’s McIntosh Center.

Lima Public Library Book Reviews

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FICTION

ABCs of safe sleep for babies

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LOS ANGELES — In Los Angeles County, a baby dies nearly every week from accidental suffocation, the most common form of unintentional death of infants under 1 year old, according to the Inter-Agency Council on Child Abuse and Neglect. But these deaths can be prevented.

In this new shop, old items get a new life

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TAMPA, Fla. — A new store selling reused home goods recently opened in Tampa.

Mayo Clinic Minute: Can testicular cancer affect fertility?

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It’s a common concern among men who are diagnosed with testicular cancer. Will I be able to have children in the future?

Ex-etiquette: Remind daughter that she is loved

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Q. My ex says he will be here to pick up our daughter for their time together, but he rarely shows. She waits, he doesn’t show up, and she cries herself to sleep. The problem is, sometimes he does come, so I don’t know what to tell her. I would like to go back to court and change the custody order, so she doesn’t have to go through this, but I’m afraid. He threatens to take her away if I do anything. What is good ex-etiquette?

After decade-long search, Nebraska couple gives Denver brothers unearthed piece of their father’s 1958...

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DENVER — One afternoon, 65 years after the death of his father, Bill Knobbe woke from his daily nap at his home in Denver to a call from an unknown number. Taking a chance, he answered it.