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LIMA — Authorities on Friday identified the man who allegedly shot a deputy in the face early Tuesday morning and died in the gunfire exchange. Quincy J. Pritchett, 43, of Lima, has been positively identified as the deceased suspect, according to a press release from the Allen County Sheriff’s Office.
The deceased suspect from the officer involved shooting incident this past Tuesday in Lima has been positively identified. According to a release from the Allen County Sheriff’s Office, 43 year old Quincy J. Pritchett failed to stop when a deputy from the Allen County Sheriff’s Office attempted to make a traffic stop.
KENTON — A search warrant was executed by the Hardin County Crime Task Force at 340 W. Railroad St. in the city of Kenton on Wednesday June 22,2022. A female was arrested at the residence and lodged at the Multi-County Correctional Center in Marion. The search resulted in the seizure of 6 firearms and ammunition, unmarked pills, 59.1 grams of a crystal-like substance, 21.77 grams of a brown substance, $910 cash and drug abuse instruments.
RICHLAND TOWNSHIP — An Ada man suffered serious injuries Thursday night after his motorcycle lost control and struck a concrete divider on a highway entrance ramp before hitting an oncoming semi truck. Matthew S. Campbell, 37, of Ada, was transported to Bluffton Hospital by an unknown third party before...
A Kenton man was arrested after an accident in Kenton Thursday evening. According to the Kenton Police Department Daily Log Sheet, the crash occurred in the 900 block of Fontaine Street. Rocky Burton was arrested on a warrant from Allen County. Burton was also cited for driving under suspension and...
We’re nearing the end of June, and summer is well and truly here (in case the recent heat wave didn’t convince you!). When I was growing up, one of my favorite summer pastimes was spending the afternoons crafting and drawing with my grandma, Betty Lucretia Stultz. My grandma is a very cool person – the only daughter of one of the Depression-era Junior Home Kids, she earned a full ride to art school when she graduated high school, and still draws and paints today. She always made the time to keep me engaged and art-ing around. The organizations I’m targeting today are some that I know she’ll enjoy as much as I do!
FINDLAY, Ohio — Are you looking for a fun event to enjoy with your dog this weekend, while also helping out a local non-profit?. This Sunday, Crawford Street in downtown Findlay is going to the dogs, literally. For the second year, Findlay Brewing Company will host a special event,...
CAREY – As a youngster, Sheila Hamm knew exactly what she wanted to do. “As a kid I was either in the kitchen with my grandmother or the garden with my grandfather," recalled Hamm. "Either way, I was always fascinated with food and what you could make out of such simple fresh ingredients. Dining...
On Dec 3, 2020, Danny Sellers didn’t feel well. Could this be a stroke? Sellers who lives alone in Rudolph decided to try to sleep it off. An hour of sleep didn’t help. It was a stroke. He doesn’t know why he didn’t call for help at first. His therapist said that’s common for people who live alone and who have never had a stroke.
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The roses greatly outnumber the thorns after a hot week seemed to knock off some of the weeds. Rose: To all the good neighbors who helped out following last week’s derecho knocked out electricity for as much as three days in some places. Your kindness manning cooling centers or sharing food during some of the hottest days of this summer may have saved a life.
Chad Owsley, the self-described captain of “Fish and Fun,” has a new moniker these days. He now is known as the “Flathead King of Indian Lake” after he caught the biggest flathead catfish to be documented officially coming out of Indian Lake during any tournament. His monster weighed in at 42.87 pounds.
LIMA — Several young peregrine falcons have fledged from their nest box atop the Chase building at 121 W. High St. in downtown Lima. Four chicks hatched beginning April 25, and wildlife professionals are optimistic that all four successfully fledged, according to a June 14 update to the Falcon Nest Blog on the Ohio Department of Natural Resources website.
While not quite as hot as yesterday, it still was hard to stay cool while outdoors. Two summer camp programs finding ways to beat the heat. The City of Lima Summer Playground program was kicking back and taking it easy. Kids taking turns playing 4-square, some playing cards, others drawing and one even taking time to read a good book. But staying cool in this heat and humidity has been a chore.
To everyone traveling to return to Tiffin this weekend, and to those who support Heidelberg from just around the corner, happy Alumni Weekend! In honor of the weekend, I wanted to visit two nearby favorites for current students and alumni. Bailiwicks Coffee Company is a frequent supporter of Heidelberg University...
BLUFFTON — Helen Bibler of Pet Partners will explain the similarities and differences between therapy animals, service animals, and emotional support animals staring at 6 p.m., Tuesday, June 28 at the Bluffton Public Library, 145 S. Main St., Bluffton. The rights and responsiblities of each type of animal will...
BLUFFTON — The Bluffton Public Library will hold a cardio drumming class beginning at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 30 at the Bluffton Public Library, 145 S. Main St., Bluffton. Bring a workout ball or a large play ball, or register in advance for one to use. All ages are...