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Dylan Andrew Ball, 1999 – 2022

Dylan Andrew Ball, 22 years old, passed away unexpectedly Monday June 27th 2022 at his residence in Continental, Ohio. Dylan was born on a beautiful crisp fall morning on October 19th, 1999 to the late Nicole Marie Fowler and John Andrew Ball. While growing up, he loved spending time on his grandparents farm, playing sports with friends, gaming with his dad, enjoying his grandmother’s cooking, watching CSI Miami with his 2nd mom, hanging out with his siblings, and loved any social event. In his adolescence he attended Celina High School and later on to Elida High School where he was both an outstanding football player for each school. Dylan was known as a jokester with lots of friends and could be found most of the time sporting the most beautiful smile that could light up the room. He found an extended family in his employer, Valerio Construction Company in Continental, where he excelled at Roofing.
CONTINENTAL, OH
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Lima Municipal Court records

Jaden A. Bridge, 21, of Lima, found guilty of OVI. Sentence: 180 days jail. 167 days suspended. $525 fine; found guilty of physical control. Sentence: 180 days jail. 180 days suspended. $150 fine. June 24. Shaquavia M. Allen, 27, of Lima, found guilty of OVI. Sentence: 30 days jail. 27...
LIMA, OH
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Van Wert man headed to prison for home invasion, assault

LIMA —What started as a love triangle ended Thursday with a Van Wert man heading off to begin a four-year prison term for assaulting his romantic rival. Craig Hirschy, 33, was convicted by a jury on May 3 in Allen County Common Pleas Court on a first-degree felony count of aggravated burglary. Prosecutors said Hirschy broke into a home in the 2700 block of Lowell Avenue in Lima on the evening of Dec. 6, 2021, and attacked 41-year-old Thomas Blair.
LIMA, OH
hometownstations.com

State Patrol investigates semi rollover crash on I-75

A semi crash on I-75 closed the southbound lanes for approximately two hours this morning. The crash happened just after 5:30AM on I-75 southbound just before the Bluelick Road exit. The Lima Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol says Kasey Moore of Michigan City, IN was operating the southbound semi when she went off the right side of the roadway, overcorrected, and then overturned. Two steel coils that the truck was hauling dislodged into the highway during the crash.
LIMA, OH
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Panera is well known for its fresh salads, hot paninis, and hearty soups. Fans of the eatery can't get enough of menu options like the Chipotle Chicken Avocado Melt or the Thai Chicken Soup. But you may want to exercise some caution when it comes to ordering its Home Southwest Corn Chowder, which has been recalled in 12 states, according to the FDA. The soup contains wheat that isn't labeled correctly on the package, which can cause serious issues for those with food allergies.
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Honor St. Marys bicentennial by sponsoring playing cards

ST. MARYS — The Auglaize County Historical Society will celebrate St. Marys’ bicentennial with a custom deck of playing cards that will feature different historic photographs from St. Marys on the face of the cards and educational facts that highlight St. Marys and its history. The Historical Society...
SAINT MARYS, OH
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