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COVID therapeutics could help with next virus wave

LIMA — Ohioans at risk for severe illness from COVID-19 now have access to antiviral medications and other therapeutic treatments, which could help p → Read More

Elida council to consider wastewater projects

ELIDA — The Elida Village Council is considering proposals to continue upgrading the village’s wastewater treatment plant or consolidate sewer → Read More

O-G Rotary honors Macke for volunteer service

OTTAWA — Ted Macke, a long-time community volunteer and president of the Ottawa-Glandorf athletic boosters, was honored for his work Wednesday by the → Read More

Dealer or killer? As perceptions of drug users soften, prosecutors more likely to treat deaths as homicide

LIMA — At the peak of the overdose epidemic, when synthetic opiates like fentanyl led to a record 39 accidental overdose deaths in Allen County in 20 → Read More

Perry Township bulls advance to world championship

FORT WORTH — This isn’t Justin Cornwell’s first rodeo. But the Bath High School graduate won’t be competing himself.Cornwell, who r → Read More

Poverty in Allen County affects public health

LIMA — Rates of chronic disease in Allen County were largely unchanged amid the pandemic, but families living in poverty face a significantly higher → Read More

Constitutional carry: Burden on gun owners to know law

LIMA — Law-abiding Ohioans will no longer need to obtain a license to carry a concealed handgun come June 13.But Ohio’s much-anticipated Consti → Read More

Jurors deliberate after final day of Fischbach trial

WAPAKONETA — Jurors deliberated into the night Tuesday after the second and final day of testimony in the trial of former Nex Knoxville basketball co → Read More

Trial of former New Knoxville coach hears from student

WAPAKONETA — A female Nex Knoxville student who was reportedly the victim of an inappropriate relationship with former boys’ basketball coach C → Read More

End of universal school meals could create ‘hunger cliff,’ advocates warn

LIMA — Families who don’t qualify for free or reduced-price meals may be paying full price when students return to school next fall, as federal → Read More

Putnam County ranked 5th healthiest in Ohio

OTTAWA — Putnam County was ranked the fifth healthiest county in Ohio in the 2022 County Health Rankings report, earning high marks for quality of li → Read More

Lima to bid on former Roxy Bar lot

LIMA — Lima Council motioned on Monday to allow the city to purchase a N. Elizabeth Street lot that was once home to Roxy Food & Spirits, which w → Read More

For suicide loss survivors, a support group teaches acceptance

LIMA — Tom Eisenman found himself wondering what he missed in the days after his father’s unexpected death: If he had noticed the depression so → Read More

Election 2022: Wapak voters asked to renew income tax levy

WAPAKONETA — The city of Wapakoneta is asking voters to extend an 0.5% income tax levy to repair aging roads, which will continue for five years if a → Read More

A ‘sweet reunion’ for Lima Memorial volunteers

LIMA — Lima Memorial Health System hosted a volunteer reunion Friday in recognition of those who donate their personal time to help sustain the healt → Read More

Bonifas to represent region at national Jefferson Awards

OTTAWA — Paul Bonifas, who has dedicated his retirement to building and repairing homes for low-income families through Putnam County Habitat for Hum → Read More

Shortage of EMTs, paramedics challenges private ambulance companies

VAN WERT — Brian Hathaway often finds himself behind the wheel of an ambulance, working 24-hour shifts as his company, Spirit Medical Transport, cont → Read More

Elida’s Stocker dedicates time to children

ELIDA — For decades, Brenda Stocker has quietly volunteered her time: managing concession stands and selling t-shirts to support Elida schools; packi → Read More

Whaley: ‘They don’t think anybody cares’ about corruption

LIMA — Democratic gubernatorial candidate and former Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley hopes voters are paying attention to corruption in Columbus.Whaley relea → Read More

A second chance at life

LIMA — Trevor Henry was hours away from being induced into a coma when he got the call: he’d been placed atop the waiting list for a heart tran → Read More