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  1. Ohio Lottery Results for Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017

    08.20 / 01:34 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    DAILY (Saturday) Pick 3: 7-9-7 day; 2-3-0 night Pick 4: 4-2-0-2 day; 0-7-8-6 night Pick 5: 9-7-9-2-8 day; 1-5-8-1-3 night Rolling Cash 5: 6-16-17-24-25 CLASSIC (Saturday): 25-26-28-32-36-38 KICKER: 047994 Next Jackpot: $18.1 million LUCKY FOR LIFE (Thursday): 12-17-31-36-37 Lucky Ball: 9 POWERBALL (Wednesday): 9-15-43-60-64 Powerball: 4 Power Play: 3 Next Jackpot: $535 million MEGA MILLIONS […] The post Ohio Lottery Results for Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017 appeared first on The Lima…
  2. Letter: Attack of GOP lacks substance

    08.20 / 01:34 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    I read with interest Larry Donaldson’s crie d’ coeur regarding the awfulness of Republicans in general and Donald Trump in particular. If Larry’s views are a bit outside the political mainstream, it must be understood that as a union official at the Lima Tank Plant, he spent years marinating in the intellectual sludge spewed out […] The post Letter: Attack of GOP lacks substance appeared first on The Lima…
  3. Candidates stop by fair

    08.20 / 00:36 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    LIMA — Nan Whaley, Dayton mayor and Democratic gubernatorial candidate, stopped by the Allen County Democrats booth at the Allen County Fair on Saturday afternoon for a meet-and-greet session. Whaley said she is running for governor because she feels the state has a lack of serious leadership in the face of opiate addiction, educational support, […] The post Candidates stop by fair appeared first on The Lima…
  4. Tour hits ag sites in Putnam

    08.20 / 00:36 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    COLUMBUS GROVE — The 2017 Putnam County Agriculture Tour was held Saturday, beginning and ending at Sycamore Lake Winery outside of Columbus Grove. The tour included Meyerhoffer Dairy Farm, Grote Poultry and Beef Farm, and Kaufman Hydroponics. Jim Meyerhoffer has 100 dairy farms and raises his own replacement animals. All the heifers are artificially inseminated. […] The post Tour hits ag sites in Putnam appeared first on The Lima…
  5. Mark Davis: Twisting what Trump said is repugnant

    08.20 / 00:36 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    For a few hours, the commanding topic on Donald Trump’s Charlottesville remarks was why he couldn’t have delivered Monday’s thorough, tone-appropriate condemnations of racists on Saturday. Then came Tuesday. In wide-ranging remarks that sent some TV analysts into conniptions, the president took advantage of having checked the box for rebuking the right villains, and explored […] The post Mark Davis: Twisting what Trump said is repugnant appeared first on The Lima…
  6. Charles Thomas:

    08.20 / 00:36 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    A degree of separation is a measure of social distance between people that fall into the category of humanity with the first degree being the closest in the total of six degrees. That idea was first theorized in the 1920’s which went on to explain that each one of us is only six steps away […] The post Charles Thomas: appeared first on The Lima…
  7. Media demand Michigan roster

    08.20 / 00:36 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    Right or wrong, Jim Harbaugh has tried his best to run the Michigan football program under a cloak of secrecy since taking the job at the end of 2014. Last season, U-M was one of the few teams not to release a depth chart all year (recall Colorado’s mocking of U-M with a fake depth […] The post Media demand Michigan roster appeared first on The Lima…
  8. Michael Homans: Legal lessons from the Taylor Swift groping case

    08.19 / 23:36 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    Many were not surprised by the prompt verdict Monday in the sexual-assault case in Denver involving Taylor Swift. A jury of six women and two men concluded within hours that a Denver radio host had groped Swift — grabbed her butt beneath her skirt during a photo shoot, as his wife stood on the other […] The post Michael Homans: Legal lessons from the Taylor Swift groping case appeared first on The Lima…
  9. CEOs to Trump: You’re Bad for Business

    08.19 / 23:36 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    It’s not often — actually, it’s never happened before — that a Republican president gets dissed and dumped by corporate titans like Dow, Merck, Campbell Soup, the Blackstone Group, 3M, Intel, Ernst & Young, JP Morgan Chase, Johnson & Johnson, General Motors, PepsiCo, and IBM. But their CEOs, and many more, rightly decided they should […] The post CEOs to Trump: You’re Bad for Business appeared first on The Lima…
  10. Nusta Carranza Ko: For everyone’s good, White House needs to tone down tough talk toward North Korea

    08.19 / 23:36 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    Words have meaning, and the Trump White House needs to be less glib and more thoughtful in regards to the North Korean threat. President Trump has talked about the United States regaining its stature as a leader in world affairs. Sometimes, being a leader means thinking things through before talking and considering the ramifications of […] The post Nusta Carranza Ko: For everyone’s good, White House needs to tone down tough talk toward North Korea appeared first on The Lima…
  11. Mary and Harold Weaver

    08.19 / 23:36 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    LIMA — Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weaver are celebrating 70 years of marriage with an open house from 2-3:30 p.m. Aug. 26 at Lima First Assembly Church, 1660 Findlay Road, Lima. Please omit gifts. Weaver and the former Mary Bridges were married Aug. 28, 1947. They are the parents of seven children, Marvin (Sandra), of […] The post Mary and Harold Weaver appeared first on The Lima…
  12. Area eclipse viewing events and more

    08.19 / 23:36 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    Local eclipse timing • The Lima area is not in the path of totality, which means that we will not see a total eclipse. We will see a partial eclipse, estimated at about 85 percent. The sky will darken, and the temperature will drop. • Watch the outdoors at 1 p.m. to about 3:50 p.m. […] The post Area eclipse viewing events and more appeared first on The Lima…
  13. Bridging the gap between education and business

    08.19 / 22:30 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    OTTAWA — Efforts were being made by local educators and businesses to bridge the gap between education and the business world. Bridging the gap The Putnam County Chamber of Commerce and an Ottawa-Glandorf High School business teacher created an experimental program last year, Emerging Business Leaders. The program was created with the intention of connecting […] The post Bridging the gap between education and business appeared first on The Lima…
  14. Wildlife officer to speak at Sportsmen and Farmers Club meeting

    08.19 / 22:30 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    Allen County Wildlife Officer Craig Barr will be the guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the Allen County Sportsmen and Farmers Club. The meeting will be held Aug. 31 at the club’s 1001S. Kemp Road location. The business meeting begins at 7 p.m. with Barr scheduled to speak from 7:30-8 p.m. The club also […] The post Wildlife officer to speak at Sportsmen and Farmers Club meeting appeared first on The Lima…
  15. PBA national event coming to Coldwater

    08.19 / 22:30 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    The top 100 of the Professional Bowlers Association tour have been invited to compete in Coldwater in what is now officially a national stop. Xtra Frame will air the event, named the Xtra Frame Kenn-Feld Group Classic. Clearly the PBA has gotten positive feedback from the professional bowlers who have rolled at Pla-Mor Lanes in […] The post PBA national event coming to Coldwater appeared first on The Lima…
  16. Ohio cities remove Confederate markers in wake of protests

    08.19 / 21:26 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    FRANKLIN (AP) — Ohio cities have removed Confederate markers in the wake of last week’s violent protest in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the planned removal of a statute of Gen. Robert E. Lee. Police in Franklin on Saturday asked businesses near the site of a former marker to close early out of precaution. A stone marker […] The post Ohio cities remove Confederate markers in wake of protests appeared first on The Lima…
  17. Police: Truck driver in Ohio crash blacked out after heroin

    08.19 / 21:26 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    CINCINNATI (AP) — Authorities in Ohio say the driver of a tractor-trailer who lost consciousness while on heroin faces charges after his truck hit an interstate guardrail. The crash on Interstate 74 temporarily closed the westbound lanes in Green Township on Friday evening. Authorities say 28-year-old Scotty R. Kinmon, of Crittenden, Kentucky, blacked out after […] The post Police: Truck driver in Ohio crash blacked out after heroin appeared first on The Lima…
  18. ‘Match.com’ method helps zoo animals find perfect matches

    08.19 / 21:26 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    CINCINNATI (AP) — Zookeepers at the Cincinnati Zoo are pairing up compatible animals by drawing inspiration from the online dating website Match.com. Cincinnati Zoo Director Thane Maynard called the internal matchmaking service an animal version of the website. WCPO-TV reported (http://bit.ly/2vTHQZl) it’s not exactly like Match.com — as it draws on expert committees dedicated to […] The post ‘Match.com’ method helps zoo animals find perfect matches…
  19. DeWine urges caution, says some solar eclipse glasses fake

    08.19 / 21:26 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    COLUMBUS (AP) — Attorney General Mike DeWine is urging caution in observing Monday’s solar eclipse thanks to reports of fake glasses being sold. DeWine says the American Astronomical Society has received reports of the fake glasses, which won’t properly filter the sun’s rays, leading to possible permanent eye damage. Some counterfeit glasses even carry the […] The post DeWine urges caution, says some solar eclipse glasses fake appeared first on The Lima…
  20. ‘Free speech rally’ cut short after massive counterprotest

    08.19 / 21:26 limaohio.com Limaohio.com - Lima
    BOSTON (AP) — Thousands of demonstrators chanting anti-Nazi slogans converged Saturday on downtown Boston in a boisterous repudiation of white nationalism, dwarfing a small group of conservatives who cut short their planned “free speech rally” a week after a gathering of hate groups led to bloodshed in Virginia. An estimated 15,000 counterprotesters marched through the […] The post ‘Free speech rally’ cut short after massive counterprotest appeared first…