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September 24, 2020 1 min
Daily sports commentary from WIMA's Todd Walker. Today Todd passes on the latest he's hearing as it pertains to the Mid American Conference playing college football in 2020.
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September 24, 2020 10 min
On Thursday's "Lima's Morning News" OSU football Podcaster and COVID-19 data analyst Kyle Lamb joined Todd Walker to discuss the latest on both fronts.
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September 24, 2020 8 min
Violence breaks out in Louisville; Lima Police remind citizens to lock their vehicles; Semi ends up in a pond; Ohio Senate votes to limit health orders; The Central District to hold groundbreaking today; Reds get huge win; Tribe walks off again; OSU makes cuts; Heat down Celtics; Lightning beats Dallas.
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September 23, 2020 1 min
Daily sports commentary from WIMA's Todd Walker. Today Todd says that the Reds have to treat tonight's game with Milwaukee like Game 7 of the World Series.
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September 23, 2020 10 min
On Wednesday's "Lima's Morning News" Jesse Byrnes, the Associate Editor of "The Hill" joined Todd Walker to discuss the leading candidates to be named as a Supreme Court Justice nominee.
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September 23, 2020 8 min
Former Children's Service Director indicted; Ballot access fight continues; Portman backs moving forward with court appointment; Sewer repair work ongoing in Lima; Rhodes State gets new name for downtown building; Reds lose; Tribe clinches playoff berth.
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September 22, 2020 1 min
Daily sports commentary from WIMA's Todd Walker. Today Todd salutes our local high school teams for the high level of play this season despite the pandemic.
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September 22, 2020 12 min
The City of Lima's Utilities Director, Mike Caprella, was a guest with Todd Walker on "Lima's Morning News" Tuesday. He discussed the completion of the "Big Dig", the ongoing repair of the city's sewer lines and outlying communities getting city water service.
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September 22, 2020 8 min
Man dies in farming accident in Mercer County; Trump stumps in Toledo; COVID positivity hits a low water mark in Ohio; LSO announces concerts; Rhodes State teases big news with downtown project; Reds and Indians win; Raiders down Saints;
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September 21, 2020 1 min
Daily sports commentary from WIMA's Todd Walker. Today Todd says that despite the Browns beating the Bengals Thursday night, the national sports media is all agog over Joe Burrow while downplaying Baker Mayfield and that's good for the Browns.
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September 21, 2020 8 min
Lima man charged with arson and murder in death of his mother; Trump to be in Ohio today; State Health Department sets Halloween guidelines; Reds and Indians win; DeChambeau wins U.S. Open.
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September 18, 2020 10 min
COVID-19 data analyst and Ohio State reporter Kyle Lamb was a guest with Todd Walker on Friday's edition of "Lima's Morning News". They discussed the Big Ten's decision to reinstate fall football, the Buckeyes and the latest data on COVID-19.
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September 18, 2020 8 min
A murder suicide in Dunkirk; Dewine signs bill to outlaw the State shutting down churches and elections; WOFB holds drive-thru fundraiser; Citywide Pride Cleanup tomorrow; High School Football hits Week 4 as several teams have games postponed and another cancels the rest of its season; Browns beat the Bengals; Buckeyes opt back in; MAC reconsidering football this fall.
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September 17, 2020 1 min
Daily sports commentary from WIMA's Todd Walker. Today Todd comments on the possibility of fall football in the MAC
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September 17, 2020 8 min
Two found dead in Lima home; Halloween plans still pending from Dewine; Allen County GOP plan "Runnin' for Trump" event; Big Ten football is back; Battle of Ohio tonight; Reds win, Indians lose.
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September 16, 2020 1 min
Daily sports commentary from WIMA's Todd Walker. Today Todd says that the Big Ten finally capitulated to the public and common sense and reinstated football for 2020.
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September 16, 2020 7 min
The Highway Patrol makes an arrest in an August hit and run death; A mask mandate lawsuit filed in Putnam County; Inside visits may soon be allowed in Ohio Nursing Homes; The ballot drop box issue continues; Portman comments on Dems blocking relief bill; Allen and Putnam Counties having 9-1-1 issues; Reds win, Indians lose; Still no Big Ten announcement; Nuggets eliminate Clippers.
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September 15, 2020 1 min
Daily sports commentary from WIMA's Todd Walker. Today Todd says that the Week 1 loss is no reason for the Browns to panic but a Week 2 loss would be.
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September 15, 2020 15 min
Lima Mayor Dave Berger joined Todd Walker on the Tuesday edition of "Lima's Morning News". Topics discussed included the new Shawnee Lofts housing development moving forward despite objections from the City, the latest developments at the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center, efforts to complete the 2020 Census and the possibility of a real time train traffic app for Lima.
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September 15, 2020 9 min
The names of 13 men arrested for public indecency in Ft. Amanda Park have been published; Housing project will proceed over City Council objections; Ohio will not pay your postage for mail-in voting; Essential businesses get lawsuit immunity; Elida Road section to be designated "Distracted Driving Corridor"; Reds sweep DH; Wade opts out; Big 10 decision nears.
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