They brought the farm to the school for one-thousand local students to experience what life is like on the farm.
Farm Day provides pre-kindergarten through fourth grade students the chance to get some hands-on experience and to learn more about the world of agriculture.
South Science and Technology Magnet School Principal, Chad Fallis says students learn about farming, pollination and the concept of "farm to table" while also having fun petting some of the animals. "Well hopefully they'll have a better understanding of farm to table and hopefully they're going to walk away with a better understanding about our agri-business and the big role it plays in our community."
Various local organizations helped to make Farm Day a possible event for the students.
Lima cops helped get over 50 grams of carfentanil off the streets last week, but unfortunately, the drug has already reached many drug users and local first responders are seeing its devastating results.
It's band week for some area schools and the students have had to deal with this sweltering heat. Your News Now caught up with some band directors and students to see how they're handling it.
The Lima Rotary Club comes to the aid of the 2017 Jefferson Award Winner to make her trip to the National Jefferson Awards a little more manageable.
What started as a search for a new American flag to fly in honor of her son serving in the Navy turns a mother into an American patriot.
The beginning of a three day rock music event kicked off at the Allen County Fairgrounds.
A Lima business was heavily damaged Friday afternoon.
The Lima Area Black Ministerial Alliance announced their endorsement for Mayor David Berger Sunday afternoon.
A water main break in downtown Lima has shutdown part of West Market Street and it will be shut down while repairs are being made.
Fire totally destroyed a home northwest of Waynesfield late this afternoon.
For 150 years, the community of Landeck has been celebrating the Catholic faith, and such an anniversary prompted a mass to commemorate the history of the community and how they have been expressing their beliefs over the years.
Ross Adolph overcame injury to return to Lima for a second season.
The Lima Senior duo returned to their hometown to coach up the local basketball scene.
Mary Westphal and Desmond Strooh from the Susan G. Komen Foundation discuss the Race for the Cure in Findlay.