Here are today’s top stories from The Lima News for Monday, August 3.
Sunday marked the opening of the pared-down Auglaize County Fair. The event is a junior fair only event due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more.
On July 23, Kristi Sample’s car was stolen out of Michigan. Her dog, Chloe was inside. The dog was found in Allen County and has since been adopted out. Now Sample wants her dog back, although it was not properly licensed. Read more.
Today’s podcast is sponsored by Fat Jack’s Pizza. Fat Jack’s Pizza dining rooms are now open at two locations, on Spencerville Road and on West Street in Lima, and carryout only at the Findlay Road location. Their combination subs are back, for only $5.75. Fat Jacks, celebrating 45 years as Limaland’s favorite pizza.
Who gets to be first in line for a COVID-19 vaccine? U.S. health authorities hope by late next month to have guidance on how to ration initial doses. They are weighing on whether to buck the trend of initially giving it to health care workers and instead give it to the public in virus hotspots. Read more.
The Republican National Convention in North Carolina, where President Donald Trump is set to be renominated, will be closed to the press. Read more.
Historians look to the past to give scope to the national unrest related to racial injustice. There’s no way to know now what the legacy will be, but what is clear is that movements of the past took decades to enact any real change. Read more.
In Sports, the Minnesota Twins used their noteworthy bullpen against the Cleveland Indians. The Indians were also dealing with coaching shifts as the manager was dealing with a stomach illness. Read more.
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