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Alternative health providers gather at Harrod Expo

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HARROD — Alternative health vendors and activity leaders gathered Saturday at the Harrod Event Center for the Voices of Prosperity Discover Wellness Expo.

So you recently got COVID-19; are you still contagious?

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CLEVELAND — Two and a half years into the greatest pandemic most of us have ever known, life has mostly returned to normal. At this point, if you haven’t gotten COVID-19 at least once, you’re in the minority.

Celina Insurance Group named one of Best Employers in Ohio

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CELINA — Celina Insurance Group has been named one of the 2022 Best Employers in Ohio by the Best Companies Group in coordination with Crain’s Cleveland Business.

Deb Lee awarded by Edward Jones

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LIMA — Debora Lee of the financial services firm Edward Jones in Lima recently earned the firm’s A.F. McKenzie Award for her exceptional achievement in building client relationships.

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.

Lori Borgman: Would your dad make a good president?

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We don’t often talk politics in front of the grands because it’s just all too terribly depressing. For us. We’re not that concerned about them. They’re young and may live long enough to see the nation rally.

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).

John Grindrod: A prayer for the coming school year

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Had I been able to foretell my future back in the late 1950s and early ‘60s during my St. Charles Redwing days, there’s much that I would have had a hard time believing, not the least of which was that I would spend over 30 years teaching students who behaved a whole lot better than I ever did for the first several years of my schooling. I also would have been incredulous that school calendars would modify so drastically that the first day of a new school year would be weeks before the Tuesday after Labor Day.

Wapakoneta’s Oen named to Saginaw Valley State Dean’s List

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UNIVERSITY CENTER, MI — Savannah Oen of Wapakoneta was among over 1,600 students from Saginaw Valley State University who earned a spot on the winter 2022 semester Deans’ List.

Kansas voters supported abortion access. Will Ohio voters do the same?

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LIMA — Days after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Nan Whaley called for a ballot initiative codifying abortion rights previously protected by Roe into the Ohio constitution.