Two editorials on the same day. What is the purpose of the media's fixation on Ferguson?The coverage creates more questions than answers. Ferguson is 29.3 percent white, shouldn't police statistics reflect this?
We had the distinct pleasure of attending the Elida High School musical “Beauty and The Beast” recently and what a treat it was.
St. Rita's you made a big mistake by dismissing Dr. Gerad. I worked for many years as a nurse until I retired and was proud to say I worked there. However this move to dismiss Dr. Gerad has made me wonder, where is the compassion, caring, and...
Please bring Dr. Henry Gerad back. I am a faithful patient of his.
I was saddened but not surprised to see the article in The Lima News regarding Dr. Henry Gerad's dismissal from St. Rita's Medical Center.
To answer the Rev. John Medaugh's question, “What were you thinking man,” in The Lima News on March 17 (“
St. Rita's is sending a message to the Lima community with the dismissal of Dr. Henry Gerad and its other actions, including its administration of St. Rita's Hospice.
To my former patients and colleagues, I want to express my thanks for the overwhelming support that I have received from the 10-county area following my unexpectedly abrupt termination of employment from St. Rita's Professional Services...
I was diagnosed with Leukemia in December 2011.
Pardon me, Mr. Speaker, but I remain skeptical even after reading your column in The Lima News.
My question is how in good conscious can the management of St. Rita's terminate a top quality physician, as in Dr. Henry Gerad, with no blemishes on his record in 30 years of practicing in the Lima area?
Does it say hospital on the outside of this building?
For three years, I have endeavored to get the Berger and Nixon administration to roll back the mayor's salary to $320,000 per term. If not, let the taxpayers vote on it.They refused.
St. Rita's Medical Center has made an enormous error in judgment in dismissing top-notch oncologist Dr. Gerad.
I saw Sam Crish at a gas station in Spencerville in early March. I told him he was doing a fine job in Lima. He smiled and said, “Thank you.”
A heartfelt thank-you to the anonymous person who paid for lunch for our entire table of residents during our “Men's Club Lunch Out” at Beer Barrel Pizza on March 13.
The saying goes something like this: “Some people see things as they are and ask, 'Why?' I dream of things as they can be and ask, 'Why Not?'”
I am writing in support of Dr. Henry Gerad.In February 1999, I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. He was my oncologist. The course of treatment he planned for me is the reason I am still here today.
To the three guys who stopped on a dark and rainy Friday night to help my husband replace our flat tire, a heartfelt thank-you.
The last time the 106,000 residents of Allen County heard from our newly selected state Rep. Bob Cupp was election night.
I, too, am dismayed at the dismissal of Dr. Henry Gerad, oncologist, by St. Rita's Medical Center.
A week ago I went out to bring my Lima News in.
Listening and looking at the news last week as members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity at the University of Oklahoma were singing a song using the N-word, it did hurt me as a black person.
I could hardly believe what I was reading, “St. Rita's dismisses doctor.”
When we leave a bully do whatever he wants, he will gain momentum and power. This is what we have done with ISIS. “Nothing.”
I am sorry to hear Thomas J. Lucente Jr. has a problem with old people receiving benefits they have paid into (“
So much for The Lima News improving.
I am responding to the article posted Feb 27th titled, “Walker ready for terrorists.”
In regard to Sherrod Brown's SMART Act, which would, as Brown stated, “help streamline and improve testing,” for the states' public schools by giving “states and school districts the tools they need to ensure that...
I hope that St. Rita's Hospital realize what a treasure they have lost in terminating Dr. Henry Gerad.
St. Rita's Medical Center has done a great disservice to the Lima area community by dismissing Dr. Henry Gerad.
My husband and I are long-time residents and supporters of Elida Local Schools. Wee have sent our three children there in trust, and now gladly volunteer to help with tutoring and other activities. We are concerned about the lack of community input...
The Gun Show is here! But there is good news: Attendance is dwindling
I can't believe that St Rita's is willing to let such a fine doctor go.
A special “thank you ” to a “special lady” who works at a special hose and shoe business.
So! You claim that you are an American. There are many kinds of Americans: Russian-Americans, German-Americans, Hispanic-Americans, Native-Americans and the list goes on.
I'm very distraught today because I have just learned that St. Rita's allowed/caused Dr. Henry Gerad to leave their employ over some sort of contract dispute.
This is a follow up about the Van Wert County Fairground Agricultural Society secretary telling me, “You are done feeding the cats, Tom,” on Sept. 4, 2014.
Grade cards? The Lima News editorializes, repeatedly, about the Lima City Schools annual state report cards. There is never any worthwhile analysis of factors involved, such as the level of poverty, or the home conditions of many of the LCS students.
Around two and a half years ago I was rocking and rolling in Lima, Ohio.
We braved the snow and sleet to travel to Lima to see the movie “American Sniper.”
I would like to comment on and tie together two articles that were in The Lima News. The two are: “Six Lima Public Schools Failing” and Robert Dotson's letter to editor, “Lucente Wrong on Vaccines.”
Medicaid helps Ohio. And it helps West Central Ohio, too.
I want to commend Husky Energy for being a good neighbor.
This letter is for the Good Samaritan that assisted my mother in a fall on Tuesday, March 3.
One of our home improvement stores, Menards, periodically promotes the U.S.A.
I want to know why, if The Lima News is a reporting agency, it hasn't published any news about the legalization of medical and recreational marijuana in Ohio and across the country.
The fourth annual Jonathan R. Shively Memorial Scholarship Fund Meat Raffle was held Feb. 23 and was a great success due tot he generosity of the community. Thanks to the many companies and individuals who donated prizes and to all those who purchased...
I disagree with the March 5 editorial “Boehner out to punish Jim Jordan.”
I am responding to a letter regarding Brian Williams keeping his job (“