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Past articles by Camri:

Area retailers prepare for Black Friday shoppers

LIMA — Close to 116 million Americans are expected to shop during Black Friday this year, according to the National Retail Federation.Shawnee residen → Read More

Massage studio helps heal

LIMA — Since opening Soothing Touch Massage Studio five years ago, owner Jodi Best said she has come a long way in terms of her abilities and growth → Read More

First National Bank shows off reno

BLUFFTON — After a two-month interior and exterior renovation, the First National Bank on 112 Cherry St. is officially transformed and more efficient → Read More

Board & Brush opens in Bluffton

BLUFFTON — Betsy and Dan Lee had always envisioned opening their own business, but they never knew when that day would be. However, after attending a → Read More

West Central Ohio Land Conservancy discuss easement benefits

LIMA — Keynote speaker and attorney Lee Schroeder discussed several contemporary and current legal issues regarding farmland preservation during the → Read More

Downtown Kewpee gets new doll

LIMA — Almost two years after replacing the Kewpee doll outside of the Bellefontaine Road location, there is now a new replicated fiberglass doll out → Read More

Wapakoneta Chamber hosts award ceremony

WAPAKONETA — Several businesses and individuals were recognized during the Wapakoneta Chamber of Commerce annual awards banquet Monday at St. Joseph → Read More

Gas prices hinge on OPEC decisions

LIMA — Motorists can expect a continual drop in gas prices as long as the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries does not cut oil producti → Read More

Apprentices paid while they learn

LIMA — Apprenticeship programs in Allen County have helped people like Lucas Gerding, a second-year Grob Systems Inc. mechanical apprentice, follow h → Read More

Hardware opens on Elida Road

LIMA — After a five-month renovation, the Fritz family opened its third Ace Hardware location Friday at 3720 Elida Road.The new store, the former Mas → Read More

Neighborhood Relif Thrift helps lives in Allen County

LIMA — For 18 years, Neighborhood Relief Thrift Store owners Dave and Heather Roznowski have dedicated their lives to helping those in need in Allen → Read More

Bluffton U. dietetics lab on its way

BLUFFTON — Bluffton University’s dining services partner Sodexo recently invested $650,000 toward the university’s new Nutrition and Diet → Read More

ArtSpace/Lima art sale opens

LIMA — ArtSpace/Lima’s fifth annual Home for the Holidays art sale opens today.Home for the Holidays will showcase works from jewelry to photog → Read More

Shawnee McDonald’s flaunts tech

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — After a three and a half week renovation, the McDonald’s on 2455 Shawnee Road has reopened with technology that allow custom → Read More

Toys for Tots campaign begins

LIMA — The Salvation Army, Lima Noon Optimist Club and the United States Marine Corps have officially started the annual Toys for Tots campaign, an i → Read More

St. Marys school levy passes

ST. MARYS — Auglaize County residents voted for the St. Marys 1 percent replacement income tax levy Tuesday, believing that the district needed the m → Read More

Wapakoneta Family YMCA break ground for expansion

WAPAKONETA — After a nine-month campaign, the Wapakoneta Family YMCA and its partners have officially raised more than the required $2.5 million for → Read More

Actor Otis Winston inspires students to face fears

LIMA — As a child, Otis Winston never could have imaged not only overcoming his speech impediment, but also becoming a basketball star and building a → Read More

Regional gas prices keep dropping

LIMA — Despite the current decline in gas prices, reimposed sanctions on Iran may eventually change prices, said Patrick DeHaan, head of petroleum an → Read More

Shabbat honors lives lost

LIMA — Temple Beth Israel-Shaare Zedek welcomed the Lima-area community to join together Friday at Stand Up For Shabbat.The Shabbat was dedicated to → Read More