Here are today’s top stories from The Lima News for Saturday, July 4.
The country faces a test of self control as celebrations of our independence are tempered with actions that are wise during a pandemic. Officials urged Americans to keep their celebrations small at home as virus numbers are steadily ticking up. Read more.
The Fort Amanda Shawnee roundabout has placed first as the intersection with the most crashes in Allen County. While it’s often the site of crashes, the crashes are minor. Only four injuries occurred there during the last three years. The intersection deemed most dangerous because people have been hurt and killed there is the intersection of Harding Highway and Thayer Road. Read more.
The people wanted in relation to the double homicide on Lima’s Atlantic Avenue have been brought back to Lima to face charges. They were arrested June 15 in Las Vegas. Read more.
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The bridge in Selma Alabama that is central to Bloody Sunday of the Civil Rights Movement may be renamed in honor of Representative John Lewis. The bridge is named after a Confederacy soldier who was a reputed Ku Klux Klan grand wizard who served in the Senate. Read more.
In Sports, our outdoors columnist has some handy information on controlled hunts this month for several types of animals at several locations in the area. Read more.
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