Here are today’s top stories from The Lima News for Sunday, May 17.
Students weren’t the only ones learning when schools rapidly changed to online education in March. Teachers and administrators talk about the strengths and weaknesses they’ve discovered through Zoom, Google Classrooms and other programs. They also better understand the technology and internet their students have. Read more.
Some Ohioans directly defied the health orders set forth by the state. Protesters are being more adamant that the state shouldn’t have the right to tell them they can’t gather or live their lives normally. Read more.
Garage sales are another victim of the COVID-19 pandemic. The few that could be seen Saturday showed how hard it can be to keep wiping down items and keep people from lingering. Read more.
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Nancy Jo Cain keeps providing quality care to nursing home residents despite being in her late 70s and the possibility of catching COVID-19. Read more about her in David Trinko’s column in the Lifestyle section. Read more.
In opinion, check out a letter from Ottawa-Glandorf Superintendent Don Horstman about why the state should allow in-person high school graduations. Read more.
Learn more about these stories and more in The Lima News and online at LimaOhio.com.