Here are today’s top stories from The Lima News for Friday, June 12.
The director of the Ohio Department of Health resigned. Dr. Amy Acton has been the target of frustrations during the coronavirus pandemic. She’ll remain an advisor for Ohio Governor Mike DeWine.
The Lima Symphony Orchestra selected its next Maestro. Andrew Crush conducted February’s Mad Love program and won over the symphony’s fans and musicians.
Allen County Children Services put three employees on paid administrative leave. Executive director Cynthia Scanland was among the three. It’s part of an investigation on an unlawful sexual conduct charge of an Elida man who adopted three boys from the agency.
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Allen County Judge Terri Kohlrieser is adamant she isn’t behind racist comments found on a YouTube video. She said she contacted the proper authorities and the social media platform about the commenter using her name and image.
A trooper for the Ohio State Highway Patrol was involved in a crash Thursday afternoon. The vehicle driven by Trooper Kenton Gibson struck another car on state Route 117 while making a U-turn.
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