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Lima man pleads guilty to causing woman’s overdose

LIMA — A Lima man faces a prison sentence of two to eight years when he is sentenced in September on a charge of providing fentanyl to a woman who overdosed and nearly died. Brandon Stephenson, 26, was indicted by the June grand jury on charges of corrupting another with drugs, a second-degree felony, and having weapons under disability, a third-degree felony. The indictment alleges that on or about May 13, Stephenson caused a female to overdose by providing, administering or furnishing her with fentanyl, a Schedule II drug.
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Wapakoneta, OHWapakoneta Daily News

Wapakoneta Mayor processed at jail

Auglaize County Jail records show Wapakoneta Mayor Tom Stinebaugh was processed Monday morning on corruption charges related to a 17 count indictment. A call to the county jail at 6 p.m. Monday showed he was no longer at the law enforcement center. An arraignment hearing has been scheduled at the Auglaize County Common Pleas Court for August 3 at 10 a.m.
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Union County, OHwktn.com

Forest Teen Injured in Union County Crash

A Forest teenager was injured in a crash that occurred over the weekend in Union County. According to the report from the Union County Sheriff’s Office, 16 year old Olivia Smith was driving south on State Route 31 when a car being driven by 47 year old Randica Haynes drove into her path from a red light on State Route 47.
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Findlay, OHWANE-TV

Vehicle pursuit and drug bust leads to felony arrests in Findlay, Ohio

FINDLAY, Ohio. (WANE) – A man was arrested for refusing to pull over after a “too close violation,” which led to a vehicle pursuit on Monday. According to Ohio State Police, Lonnie Barnes was driving on IR 75, when he refused to pull over. The pursuit finally ended after Barnes struck two sign posts, disabling his car.
Hardin County, OH13abc.com

Two men charged in connection with Fostoria man’s death

HARDIN COUNTY, Ohio (WTVG) - Two men have been arrested in connection with the murder of a Fostoria man earlier in July. Hayden Radabaugh and Andrew Wells, both of Wyandot County, have been arrested and charged with having weapons under disability, a third-degree felony. Robert Mays, 29, was found on...
Kenton, OHwktn.com

SOUP Menu Released for this Week

The SOUP service will be in operation this week. Volunteers will be serving at their new location, which is the Coterie in downtown Kenton. That is their permanent location. Doors will open at 11am and meals will be served until 1 in the afternoon today through Friday. A different menu...
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Allen County, OHhometownstations.com

Container Gardening brings people out to Allen County Master Gardener Brown Bag Series

It definitely isn’t for the weak of heart as it takes hours of hard work and a love of horticulture. Container gardening was the topic at this week’s Brown Bag Series hosted by the Allen County Master Gardeners at the Children’s Garden. Containers work in a variety of spaces and offer a way to experiment with arrangements. Things to remember are every pot needs a hole for drainage, good soil, and to plant plants with similar needs into the container. Even with good care, some plants may need extra care this time of year.
Ottawa, OHBeacon

‘Doc’ Nehls Nature Preserve debuts on Catawba Peninsula

The Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge and Black Swamp Conservancy joined together on Saturday morning for the grand opening of the Dr. Robert “Doc” Nehls Memorial Nature Preserve, 4400 Muggy Road on the Catawba Peninsula. The preserve is now open from sunrise to sunset. The beautiful property had long been a...
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Birds in quarantine: ODNR asks Ohioans to take action

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Making memories in the kitchen

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Birds in quarantine: ODNR asks Ohioans to take action

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Lima Mall plans back-to-school events

LIMA — The Lima Mall is providing the community with many different ways to celebrate the fresh start of a new school year. The Lima Mall is holding a Teacher Appreciation Night from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, July 29 where educators can enjoy teacher-exclusive promotions and discounts at retail spaces, including Books-A-Million, Buckle, and more. The first 50 teachers with school identification will receive a goody bag with coupons and other items. Teachers will also be given the chance to enjoy bingo with the opportunity to win prizes such as gift cards and classroom items. Teacher Appreciation Night will take place in Center Court.
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Williamstown VFD ice cream social

Friday’s storm didn’t deter the community from enjoying the Williamstown Volunteer Fire Department’s ice cream social. Hundreds of community members came out to enjoy the evening and the food as kids played in Tomlinson Park. Williamstown Volunteer Fire Department Deputy Chief Paul Jordan said Friday’s turnout was one of the...
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