This week’s storm put some snow on the ground for a white Christmas. The heavy winds made travel harder, keeping families together as we reached Dec. 25.
You’d have to be a cottonheaded ninnymuggin to not know the Christmas season brings with it plenty of holiday-themed movies.
You’d think after 50 years, people would stop asking Ms. Evergreen such an obvious question at Lima’s annual Christmas Tree Festival.
I don’t care what Walt Disney World says. At least my kid thinks I’m a hero.
As the days get colder and Christmastime nears, some people may have visions of sugarplums dancing in their heads.
My family discovered a huge new room in our house last week.
We’re in the final stretch of the 2022 general election, which means there are just a few more days to call or email me to tell me how biased we are here at The Lima News.
My high school sophomore started talking about her inevitable move away from home the other day.
Some people like a good jump scare. They enjoy that heightened sense of knowing something awful is just around the corner. They don’t feel totally alive until they’re screaming in terror.