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By Bob Blake, The Lima News, Ohio Aug. 7--LIMA -- Labor leaders, Democrats and local politicians are hoping the two presidential candidates take the issue of alternative energy seriously.
By Heather Rutz, The Lima News, Ohio Aug. 6--LIMA -- Five of the county's 12 townships have comprehensive plans or are working on them and a sixth is waiting in line to do the same.
By Merri Hanjora, The Lima News, Ohio Aug. 3--HARROD -- Linda Evans, formerly of Harrod, now of rural Pineville, Ky. has recently become a published author. Her children's book, "The Sleepover," is available on the website pineorchard.com for $12.
By Bob Blake, The Lima News, Ohio Aug. 1--COLUMBUS -- Electric rates are poised to go higher next year. One utility company, however, is proposing a plan that will keep rates below the market price, company officials said Thursday.
By Beth L. Jokinen, The Lima News, Ohio Aug. 1--ELIDA -- The final site for the new Elida High School is the one school officials have wanted all along.
By Beth L. Jokinen, The Lima News, Ohio Aug. 1--PANDORA -- Pandora-Gilboa school employees have agreed to pay more for their insurance in the coming years, but will continue to see wage increases.
By Bart Mills, The Lima News, Ohio Jul. 27--LIMA -- The picture is almost 9 years old.
By Rachelle Pavelko, The Lima News, Ohio Jul. 26--BATH TOWNSHIP -- One Lima roadway project is finally done. Thayer Road between Reservoir Road and state Route 81 opened at 9 a.m. Friday with a ceremony led by Allen County Engineer Tim Piper. The construction of the new Procter & Gamble Co.
By Bart Mills, The Lima News, Ohio Jul. 25--LIMA -- Husky Energy's announcement on second-quarter earnings confirmed what most of us suspected -- these are good days to own an oil company.
By Bob Blake, The Lima News, Ohio Jul. 25--DELPHOS -- Driver fatigue and inattention were believed to have contributed to a tractor-trailer running off U.S. Route 30 into Bear Creek on Thursday morning.
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