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By Brian Evans, The Lima News, Ohio Aug. 21--OTTAWA -- Sometimes, little infant "Jane Doe" cried for 24 to 48 hours and when her parents tried to move her or pick her up, she screamed violently for hours.
Valero Energy Corporation (NYSE:VLO) announced today that it has agreed to sell, subject to regulatory approvals, its 165,000 barrel per day refinery in Lima, Ohio to Husky Energy Inc. (TSE:HSE) for $1.9 billion, plus net working capital estimated at $200 million to be valued at closing.
At a university smaller than some high schools, where many athletes live in the same dormitory, the deaths of four baseball players in a bus crash has left an entire campus feeling a profound sense of loss.
By Greg Sowinski, The Lima News, Ohio Nov. 29--LIMA -- Police recorded its ninth homicide of the year Tuesday when a Chicago man shot in the head late Sunday died. Marcus R. Green, 24, died at St. Rita's Medical Center on Tuesday, hospital spokeswoman Linda Chartrand said.
By Tim Rausch, The Lima News, Ohio Oct. 27--LIMA -- In a black suit with sequins, Judy Collins swept from stage right to open with one of her most memorable songs.
By Kevin Gray LIMA, Peru (Reuters) - Nationalist
- An uxorious, effeminate, or spiritless man.
- A timorous, cowardly fellow.