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One person sent to hospital after a three-vehicle crash in Ottawa

A three-car crash in Ottawa sends one person to the hospital. The crash happened just before 3 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of State Route 65 and Williamstown Road. Ottawa police say the man driving the Lincoln was turning from Williamstown Road onto 65 when he pulled into the path of a Dodge Ram heading northbound on 65. The force of the crash caused one of the vehicles to then collide with a Chevy Malibu at the intersection. Read more

Lima man accused of rape accepts plea deal

A Lima man accused of rape has changed his plea after a second consideration of his plea deal. 21-year-old Buck Asmann decided to plead guilty to one count of rape. In exchange, his second count of rape and a separate case involving a charge of tampering with evidence were dropped. Asmann was offered the deal and nearly took it last week, but says he needed more time to think about it. The indictment says rape charge happened April 15, 2019. Read more

Rhodes State Board of Trustees votes to increase tuition

The Rhodes State College Board of Trustees has decided to make some changes when it comes to tuition at the school. The board voted 6 to 1 in favor of a tuition increase for the spring semester of 2020. Students will now pay 5 dollars more per credit hour, an increase that will generate an additional 150 thousand dollars per semester. Read more


Cridersville Elementary students kick off the school year with military guests

It was the first day of classes for the Wapakoneta City School District and students at Cridersville Elementary got some special visitors. Members of the 304th Engineer Company of the Army Reserve in Lima and Tom Martin of the United States Marine Corps Detachment 1063 of Lima joining the students as they kicked off the new school year. Martin spoke about the different flags used by the military and the public when showing their patriotism for the United States. Read more

Former Crossroads director convicted for theft from the agency

66-year-old Emily Wrencher, former executive director of Crossroads Crisis Center, returned to Allen County Common Pleas Court Tuesday to accept a plea deal from the Allen County Prosecutor’s Office. She faced one felony charge of grand theft with the indictment stating she stole more than $7,500. The amount was taken out and she pled guilty to a first-degree misdemeanor theft charge. She has been sentenced to 10 days in jail, a $1,000 fine and ordered to pay $9743.74 restitution to Crossroads Crisis Center. Read more

Beating the heat is the name of the game at the fair

Staying cool is the name of the game at the Allen County Fair and keeping the heat away has some benefits, whether you are in the ring or out on the midway. If you are dreading the sweat that comes from the heat, you have it better off than the hogs. Not having any sweat glands to help keep their temperature down, make days like this hard on them. So presenters need to finds ways to keep them in a cool state of mind. Read more

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