Conner Prince

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Hello! My name is Conner Prince, and I am a Weekend Meteorologist/MMJ here at Your Hometown Stations! You can follow me on Meteorologist Conner Prince Facebook Page or email me at Cprince@wlio.com!
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The Lima Senior DECA Program made a big impact in the community Tuesday Evening. Two student representatives donated a check of $500 to the Marimor Legacy Foundation Tuesday Evening at the Allen County Board of Developmental Disabilities regular board meeting. Back in September, the Lima Senior DECA students made and sold shirts at the Buddy Walk to help raise the funds. The donated funds will be used for the third phase of the All Ability Playground Project.

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Lima City Council held a regular meeting on Monday Night and approved legislation that is part of a new multi-million dollar hotel project in Lima. Council approved the construction of a "Home2 Suites" extended-stay hotel located at South Leonard Avenue in Lima through the support of a 15-year property tax abatement of 50% for the City of Lima, Perry Local Schools, and the Apollo Career Center.

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The Board of Park Commissioners with the Heritage Trails Park District were busy Tuesday Evening inside the Wapakoneta Chamber of Commerce with budgetary and future event planning. Currently, hundreds of people are involved in the district's 2023 Cabin Fever Hike Series, which is part of the Grand Lake Health System Road to Fitness Program, but the district is already looking further ahead.

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According to state troopers on scene, a silver Chevrolet was attempting to turn left onto northbound Roush Road from Reservoir Road and failed to yield for a gray Honda traveling westbound on Reservoir Road, and the vehicles crashed. Both vehicles suffered extensive front-end damage. Bath Township first responders transported all three individuals involved in the crash to Lima Memorial hospital for non-life-threatening injuries.

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Some of you may have losing weight or eating healthier on your New Years Resolution List, and the Grand Lake Health System kicked off an annual event to help the community out. Tonight was the kickoff night for the 17th annual Grand Health Challenge at the St. Marys Theater. Participants arrived around 6:30 PM Tuesday Evening to start their journey to good health by weighing in for their starting points and then were instructed the rules of the challenge inside the theater.

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