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Allen County's 'Most Wanted' caught in Rockford
Wednesday, July 02, 2014 8:19 PM

DHI Media Staff Report

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ROCKFORD — The most wanted criminal from Allen County was captured Wednesday in Rockford after a tip came in to Rockford Police.

According to Police Chief Paul May, he was told that Philip M. Lane, 25, Lima, was staying at a residence in that village, so he went to the address on Market Street at around 10:43 a.m. to find Lane, who was wanted for probation violations.

 
Have a Holiday at Home this Fourth of July
Wednesday, July 02, 2014 8:18 PM

BY ED GEBERT

DHI Medie Editor

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VAN WERT — Friday will mark another Holiday at Home celebration in Van Wert. From morning to evening, the day is planned out to give local residents plenty to do to commemorate America’s birthday as well as to kick off a great holiday weekend.

 
In the Waiting Room — The Uncool Parents Club
Wednesday, July 02, 2014 8:16 PM

It is common in the course of raising kids that you come to realize that you have become the least cool person on the planet. I believe that using the word “cool” makes me even more uncool but I can accept that.

I found out how uncool I was a few weeks ago when my son wanted to go to the movies with his friend who was spending the night. This is not an unusual occurrence and since I like to go to movies, I have always enjoyed these outings.

 
Local fight against heroin addiction may use new strategy
Wednesday, July 02, 2014 8:16 PM

BY ED GEBERT

DHI Media Editor

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VAN WERT — Each week, a serious problem is highlighted in the Van Wert County Court of Common Pleas. That problem is heroin addiction. Van Wert County is not alone in dealing with this issue as most counties throughout Ohio struggle with the effects of heroin addiction. But county officials are gearing up to offer new hope for breaking a heroin addiction.

The key tool could be a drug called Vivitrol. This medication is to block the effects of opiate drugs. It is administered with a monthly injection.

 
Lincolnview School Board hires new Marsh principal
Wednesday, July 02, 2014 8:14 PM | Updated ( Wednesday, July 02, 2014 8:18 PM )
Rob Breese, left is congratulated by Lincolnview Superintendent Jeff Snyder during Monday night’s Board of Education meeting. Breese is moving up to take on the principal’s position at Marsh School. (DHI Media/Ed Gebert)

BY ED GEBERT

DHI Media Editor

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MIDDLE POINT — Lincolnview Local Schools representatives expressed their disappointment over recent changes in state law that may stop the construction of a wind farm that could help financially support the district into the future.

Board President Eric Germann called the potential of getting payments from a new wind farm a would-be “game changer” financially for the district. But with a change in the schedule for clean energy standards in the state and a new, more-restrictive setback rule governing placement of wind turbines, the proposed Dog Creek Wind Farm looks doubtful to come to fruition, costing Lincolnview a revenue source at a time when dollars from the state seem to be drying up.

 

 
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