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Tigers club Kluber, 12-1

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CLEVELAND — David Price would like to forget everything about Aug. 27, maybe the ugliest game of his career.He erased some it from his memory.Price bounced back from an alarming start and Miguel Cabrera homered twice, hitting one of Detroit’s three homers off Cleveland’s Corey Kluber, as the Tigers rolled to a 12-1 win on Monday to slow the Indians’ climb in the standings.Price (13-10) gave up one run and eight hits in seven innings, more of a typical performance by the left-hander than what happened last week when he allowed nine consecutive hits to New York in one inning and eight runs over two.Price called it “probably the worst game I’ve ever had in my life.”

 

Dispute over barbecue ends in stabbing

LIMA — Maybe he shouldn’t have insulted her barbecue. At least not when the cook had been drinking.Police are still trying to sort out what exactly happened Sunday night when a Lima man was treated at the scene after being cut in the forehead during a back-yard barbecue gone wrong. The woman who stabbed him faces formal charges today.Just before 8 p.m. Sunday, officers from the department had responded to an unrelated non-injury vehicle accident at the inters...

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Celebration of labor

LIMA — Mother Nature briefly tried to rain on Lima’s parade, literally, but after a brief shower, Lima’s Labor Day Parade started on schedule at North Main Street and Robb Avenue, making its way to Town Square.Since its revival in 1982, the Labor Day Parade has traditionally marked the end of Lima’s parade season, including such events as the Irish Parade, the Memorial Day Parade and the Allen County Fair Parade. Despite the short rainfall, area unions and o...

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More than 150 rally in support of Beavercreek police

BEAVERCREEK, Ohio — An estimated 150 to 200 people gathered at the Beavercreek Walmart parking lot on Sunday in support of the city police department following an officer-involved shooting earlier this month.Beavercreek Police Department supporters said they were sympathetic toward law enforcement officers who routinely risk their lives and personal safety for the community.Sunday’s rally marked the most recent organized event related to the shooting death of...

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The winners: The Lima News’ 18th annual Amateur Photo Competition

LIMA —The winners of The Lima News’ 18th annual Amateur Photo competition were recently announced. Today, the Abstract and Animals categories appear.PHOTO EXHIBITWHAT: The Lima News’ 18th annual Amateur Photo CompetitionWHEN: Thursday through end of yearWHERE: Thursday through Sept. 26 at ArtSpace/Lima downtown; after that, St. Rita’s Medical Center High Street Mall Gallery through end of yearONLINE: Visit www.lima...

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Make a disaster plan for your pets today

A tornado strikes your town. A fire or flood destroys your home. In light of the 6.0 magnitude earthquake that shook the California Napa Valley, how prepared are you for your family if a disaster strikes? Does your emergency plan include protecting your pets?The likelihood that you and your pets will survive an emergency situation depends greatly on your preparedness. Whether you decide to stay put in an emergency or evacuate to a safer location, you will need to make plans in adva...

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Put-in-Bay police under investigation

PUT-IN-BAY, Ohio (AP) — Allegations of unlawful arrests and heavy-handed tactics against police in the Lake Erie island resort town of Put-in-Bay are being investigated by a county sheriff and a state agency.Numerous complaints from residents and business owners on South Bass Island sparked the investigation into the police department, said Ottawa County Sheriff Steve Levorchick.While the sheriff would not reveal details about the investigation, island residents ha...

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Property taxing code enforcement

LIMA — Confusion about who is responsible for maintaining property during foreclosure or bankruptcy proceedings is putting an added burden on Lima’s code enforcement.In the limbo of the foreclosure process, many property owners incorrectly believe they no longer have the responsibility for their property’s maintenance issues. Lawns become overgrown, weeds spread, and other maintenance issues lead to further deterioration of the home. This deterioration can also lo...

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Kasich detractors’ options dwindle

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — So you’re among the half of Ohio voters who weren’t planning to vote for John Kasich. What now?With the Republican governor’s Libertarian and tea party foes sidelined and his Democratic rival’s campaign disintegrating, pundits and partisans find themselves wondering what path non-Kasich supporters will choose on Election Day. They could skip over the race between Kasich and embattled Democratic challenger Ed FitzGerald, throw thei...

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Two injured in Sunday crash

OTTOVILLE — An accident involving a car and a motorcycle left two injured Sunday in Putnam County.At 3:25 p.m., Anna C. Landwehr was exiting a private lot at the intersection of state Route 634 and U.S. Route 224 near Ottoville. As she was exiting, she pulled into the path of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle operated by John David Fickel.Fickel suffered non-life-threatening injuries and awas transported to St. Rita’s Medical Center. Landwehr was taken for treatme...

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Falcons sign Kyle Miller to practice squad

ATLANTA — The Atlanta Falcons signed Kyle Miller (Elida/Mount Union) to their practice squad on Monday.Miller had been cut by the Miami Dolphins on Friday. Miller was placed on waivers and the Falcons picked up Miller and signed him to their 10-man practice squad.Miller has been with the Indianapolis Colts (2012) and the Dolphins (2012, 2013). He was active for one game with the Colts in 2012.Houston Astros fire manager Bo Porter...

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Meyer hopes line matures

COLUMBUS – Urban Meyer said it before Braxton Miller’s injury. He’s still saying it.The offensive line is his biggest concern about this year’s Ohio State football team.That line, with four new starters, struggled in the first half of OSU’s 34-17 win over Navy in its season opener before playing better in the second half.The chances of being able to recover from a similar slow start by the line against Virginia Tech on Saturday ni...

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Jerry Zezima: Fixing a flood of laundry issues

Life is a vicious cycle because there is always a laundry list of things to do. This is especially true if you have to do the laundry, in which case there are three cycles: wash, rinse and spin.But you can’t do the laundry, as my wife, Sue, and I found out recently, if your washing machine is on the fritz. Unfortunately, we don’t know anybody named Fritz, so we called a plumber named Harry.Harry, who owns Brookhaven Plumbing and Heating on Long Island, N.Y., ...

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Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: Death on the range: A fatal lapse

AUG. 30, 2014 — Common sense took a holiday Monday last at an outdoor shooting range in White Hills, Ariz. A man is dead and a little girl will have to live with the scar of this preventable tragedy for the rest of her life.Instructor Charles Vacca was teaching the child, all of 9, how to shoot, of all things, an Uzi submachine gun. A cellphone video recorded by one of her parents shows her squeeze off a round in single-shot mode. No problem. But when the mode is switched to ...

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Joseph Blasi: Big story this Labor Day

For Labor Day, let’s talk bluntly about labor’s fair share of the profits and of the productivity of the economy. The hard truth is that labor, meaning the wide middle class, is not receiving its fair share. There is no clear-cut reversal of the middle class’s declining fortunes in sight and no new ideas on the big radar screen.From the end of World War II until the early ’70s, productivity of the economy increased, and wages after inflation also went up. Th...

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Air Force Museum in Dayton restoring Titan rocket

DAYTON (AP) — Restoration experts at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force are launching their largest restoration project yet at the museum in southwestern Ohio.A Titan 4B space launch vehicle that has been sitting in gigantic pieces in a Wright-Patterson Air Force Base hangar near Dayton is being prepared for restoration efforts. It will be displayed in the museum’s fourth building, slated to open in 2016.The Titan 4B stood more than 200 feet tall, and ...

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Man drowns after boat sinks in Indian Lake

A 22-year-old man drowned early Sunday at Logan County’s Indian Lake, a popular recreational hotspot where many Ohioans flock for holiday weekends.Authorities were withholding the name of the man, but the Bellefontaine Examiner, citing unnamed sources, identified him as 22-year-old Joshua Keith, an Indian Lake High School graduate.According to Mark Bruce of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, nine people were on board a boat that started to sink just north of...

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Labor Day time for leisure for area residents

LIMA — Officially, summer does not end until Sept. 22. However, Labor Day weekend is traditionally seen as the official goodbye to the warm, sunny days, the weekend trips with the family, or the get-togethers.An expected 1.4 million Ohioans and 34.7 million Americans were making that last road trip of 50 miles or more away from home. The trips vary from visiting relatives, to theme parks, to camping and other tourism areas.AAA said hotel costs ranged from 6 percent...

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