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Ceremony, controversy await Harris during visit to Asia

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WASHINGTON — Attending funerals on behalf of the United States is normally a straightforward assignment for a vice president, but Kamala Harris will confront controversy at nearly every turn as she visits Asia for the memorial honoring former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Texas vow to ‘eliminate all rapists’ rings hollow at clinics

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AUSTIN, Texas — When Texas’ new abortion law made no exceptions in cases of rape, Republican Gov. Greg Abbott defended it with an assurance: Texas would get to work eliminating rapes.

Births

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Mercy Health-St. Rita’s Medical Center

Lima man dies in motorcycle accident at Jameson overpass

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LIMA — A Lima man died Wednesday afternoon when he lost control of his motorcycle and struck a guardrail on an overpass.

Crossroads for childcare: Waitlists, fewer employee applicants hurt early childhood education

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LIMA — The longtime director of Pandora’s Hilty Preschool and Childcare is accustomed to getting phone calls looking for daycare spots. But the clientele plan further and further ahead these days.

Allen County suicide rate falling

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LIMA — A sudden increase in deaths by suicide in Allen County appears to be subsiding, though suspected suicide deaths remained above their pre-pandemic rate last year, Ohio Department of Health data show.

What to know to vote in Ohio on Nov. 8

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There’s a lot on the ballot Nov. 8: all Ohio statewide offices, three state supreme court seats, all 15 U.S. House seats and one U.S. Senate seat, all 99 Ohio House districts and half of the Ohio Senate, state school board seats, plus two constitutional amendments. On the local level, Ohioans will vote for county commissioners, auditors and judges, plus numerous local tax levies.

Best of show, landscape winners announced in The Lima News’ 26th annual Amateur Photo...

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LIMA — The longer you look at Don Nuss’s “Death Valley Hikers” photograph, the more you see.

Walk to end Alzheimer’s at Ottawa Metro Park

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LIMA — There are an estimated 6.5 million people in the U.S. who have Alzheimer’s disease. By 2050 the number of people age 65 and older with Alzheimer’s dementia is projected to reach 12.7 million, according to the Alzheimer’s Association.

CrimeStoppers

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LIMA — Area law-enforcement officials are looking for information about crimes or people listed in this graphic. The Lima/Allen-Putnam County Crime Stoppers Program offers cash awards of up to $1,000 to anyone who provides an anonymous tip or information that would lead to the arrest of anyone listed on this page. Please call (419) 229-STOP (7867).