Here are today’s top stories from The Lima News for Monday, May 18.
An Ottawa church tried a service from the comfort of their cars. Faith Assembly of Believers in Ottawa transmitted the audio to people in their cars so they could remain socially distant in this era of the coronavirus pandemic. Read more.
People in the region are learning more about the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918 by visiting area graveyards. Dean Smith learned about some deaths from it while updating information about Shawnee Cemetery. Read more.
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Allen County and Putnam County each reported two new cases of COVID-19. Neither county had new deaths. Read more.
Editor Jim Crumb-El reflects on the strange life span of the Class of 2020. They were born in the shadow of Nine Eleven and graduate in the midst of a pandemic. Read more.
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