Here are today’s top stories from The Lima News for Tuesday, June 9.
Lima council put its support behind Mayor David Berger’s call to action to end systemic racism during its meeting Monday night. Four councilors who are black spoke up about the opportunity to respond to racism.
There were three new deaths in the region attributed to COVID-19. Allen County saw a 98-year-old woman die. Hardin County recorded two new deaths to bring its total to three.
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In downtown Lima on Monday night, there was a different kind of public demonstration from Saturday’s protest. YES FM held a Pray-Test. Participants prayed together to show that God loves everyone.
Shawnee Township firefighters are trying to understand what caused a Saturday morning fire at 2975 South Dixie Highway. No one was home at the time of the blaze. There were no injuries.
In Sports, two baseball players from Kalida and Wapakoneta have been on a roller coaster at Bowling Green State University. First they learned the program was being halted. Then they learned the program would be back thanks to donations from former players.
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