LimaScores.com Weekly Podcast
Your home for analysis and previews of Ohio State football and upcoming high school sports, brought to you by the staff of LimaScores.com and The Lima News.
Welcome to Boom XYZ, an examination of work, life and play in Northwest Ohio through a generational lens, presented by The Lima News.
Trinko Thinks So
Hear stories about family life and interesting local personalities from managing editor David Trinko.
Are you new to listening to podcasts?
WAPAKONETA — The Steinke family, of Wapakoneta, headed out West for a memorable railroad trip across the great expanse. Being aboard the Amtrak train that tragically struck a dump truck Monday, killing four people near Mendon, Missouri, isn’t what the...read more
My 13-year-old daughter was the star of the show this weekend in a children’s theater production. Her name wasn’t exactly at the top of the credits in the program. It was a few people down, but I know she was the star because she’s my daughter. I...read more
Way back at the age of 7 or 8, I was a curious child who believed the backing from stickers made them fireproof. To test the theory, I brought a page of them to the kitchen, turned on the gas stove and held the sheet above the flame. It turned out the page was...read more
I am a conservative. In all the time I’ve written this column, I never felt it necessary to say it this plainly. It’s become increasingly clear during my tenure as editor that people need to know that. Several times a week, someone calls to chew me out...read more
Some of the mismatched socks must have been in that basket for 10 years. Week after week, my wife and I would look through the unmatched socks coming out of the dryer and peruse that basket. When you couldn’t find a match, you’d toss that sock into the...read more
So often you see an event or a movie advertised as “fun for the whole family.” They lie! There is no such thing as one thing that the entire family will enjoy. We’ve been plotting out some summer travels recently, trying to find magical places that...read more
Those kid and parent-built racers won’t be blazing down the hill at Faurot Park with nostalgic runs this summer. Steve Skinner sure hopes they’ll be back next year, but the Lima Soap Box Derby won’t be under his watch. He decided to step down as the...read more
Have you ever found yourself watching the sequel to a movie that didn’t interest you that much in the first place? That’s sort of how I’m feeling about “Eighth Grade: One More Time!” I’ll admit a few things before I get too far....read more
Some day, your husband might tell the children about how much you fought for them. If they knew today, they’d be embarrassed. They don’t want to stand out in a crowd. They don’t want the attention that comes with fighting back when they’ve been...read more
On any journey, it’s important to know where you’re going and how to get there. It’s also important to know the destination hasn’t changed. Two of our daughters have been participating in sports where, frankly, I’m just not that familiar...read more
Many teachers and coaches never know what kind of an impact they had on the people they’ve taught. They may have made a difference, but they might not ever hear about it. Bob Kaple, 81, now knows exactly how the Ottoville community feels about him. When he...read more
I remember the first time I heard the words over the radio and being intrigued by the message. “There might be a little dust on the Bible, but don’t let it fool ya about what’s inside,” I heard. “There might be a little dust on the Bible....read more