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In the five-day period beginning on Wednesday, November 25 through Sunday, November 29th, there were 9 fatal crashes, with 9 people dying as a result. Of the nine killed two of the cases involved impaired driving, 4 were not wearing a seat belt, and 2 were pedestrians. Troopers arrested 298 people for impaired drivers, and 193 for drugs. They also issued 944 seat belt and 146 distracted driving violations. Fatal crashes and deaths are down from last year's 15 fatal crashes and 18 death.

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Many community meals planned since March have transitioned to a drive-thru or curbside style pickup to minimize contact between people. One of the biggest meals of the year is the Lima community thanksgiving dinner, and it took involvement from many different local businesses and organizations to pull it off this year. 

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As people prepare to make the traditional Thanksgiving turkey on Thursday, people are looking for a simple meal the night before. Thanksgiving eve is one of the top nights for the pizza industry as people are not looking to cook a meal, instead opting for an affordable meal for the family that all will enjoy, and is a low stress choice.

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In a year like 2020, with not only the COVID-19 pandemic, but also continued updates surrounding the presidential election, a lot might be brought up at your Thanksgiving celebration, whether it's in person or a virtual affair. If a topic that might cause contention is brought up, Walton suggests either changing the subject, try to find common ground, or even ask questions trying to see where someone is coming from.

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Families in the City of Lima that ordered a turkey for thanksgiving will soon be able to pick up their order. Families that have placed orders can pick up their turkeys at New Life Christian Ministries located at 202 West Kibby Street on November 23rd, 2020. 

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Since March, the affects of the pandemic have weighed down on people,  many feeling isolated from loved ones. One time of year that people may be feeling that the most is throughout the holiday season, as people may not be meeting in the same way as they usually do because of COVID-19.

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While the "wait-and-see" travel trend continues, AAA says we can expect a decrease in people traveling for thanksgiving this year.

AAA is projecting a 9 percent drop in people traveling, down from the 2.3 million that traveled in 2019. Although a decrease in travel, there still will be many people on the roadway the whole week. A AAA manager says, we can expect a majority to travel by car because it creates a flexible plan and gas prices are lower than they've been in 15 years. The pandemic definitely has a role to play in the travel and we might see even less if more restrictions are in place.