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Lima News (Newspaper) - September 2, 2015, Lima, Ohio I amp a or 88766� 89765� 88764� i a Bath edges of sports a in boys a cot try capsules sports i the Lima Issue 245, volume 131breaking news at wednesday september 2,2015 a $1 top of the news Bush versus Frump the Saga continues Miami apr Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush escalated his feud with Donald Trump on tuesday betting big he can re energize his stalled Campaign by challenging the billionaire businessman head on. Its a risky strategy for the former Florida governor still considered the gop front runner by Many party officials but a move his advisers suggest is necessary to reverse Trumps unlikely ascension to the top of the 2016 presidential class. Bush intensified his criticism of the former reality television Star on multiple fronts first releasing a web video featuring clips of Trump himself promoting traditionally Liberal positions in old interviews. A a you a be shocked if i said that in Many cases i probably identify More As a Democrat a Trump says in the video produced and promoted by the Bush Campaign titled a Liberal things that Trump talking Points cop killer manhunt Fox Lake in. Apr police in helicopters with dogs and armed with rifles were conducting a massive manhunt in Northern Illinois on tuesday after an officer was fatally shot while pursuing a group of men. Page 3a abortion absolution Vatican City apr Pope Francis is applying his vision of a merciful Church to women who have had abortions easing their path toward forgiveness and saying he realizes some Felt they had no Choice but to make a this agonizing and painful Page 6a get this Man digs up Cannonball Cape May court House . Apr the Atlantic City bomb squad was dispatched to a Southern new Jersey Home Over the weekend after a Man dug up a live Cannonball in his backyard. Police say the lower township Man was digging behind his West Bates Avenue Home when he discovered the explosive saturday. Police say the brass capped Cannonball was approximately 5 inches in circumference and was stamped �?o4k, 85mm.�?� officials say the bomb squad took an a Ray of the device and determined it was fully functional. The Cannonball was later detonated in an unpopulated area. Police say the discovery is not unusual for this part of the state but residents Are advised to never touch or move any found artillery shells. Originally fired As solid projectiles cannonballs developed Over time to include fuses and explosive materials. Join the conversation what a your take on today a news go to and visit us at Facebook to share your thoughts. Local Daw members cast strike vote strike they said they do want to show their support for the Union. All Ford plants do a strike vote As part of the a awl a negotiation process at the request of the International United Auto workers and the local one will be one of the last said local president Jay Bell. Ford did no to comment directly on the strike vote but gave a statement about negotiations. A we look Forward to negotiating a fair and competitive labor agreement that enables us to continue providing jobs and investment Here in the ., and that ensures a pros see vote 15a strike unlikely by Danae King Lima a about 97 percent of those who voted in the United Auto workers Union local 1219 strike vote on tuesday said a a yes to a potential strike. Union officials declined to disclose How Many of its 1,200 members and Ford Lima engine Plant employees voted but All three shifts were invited to. The vote was on whether the International Union should strike if ongoing contract negotiations done to go workers Way. Danae King the Lima news Wallace Poff right and a machine tech at Fords Lima engine Plant signs up to vote at the United Auto workers Union local 1219 Park building tuesday. Some workers who came to Union and its work negotiate cast their vote of a a yes to a ing for them. Though Many strike did it in support of the workers done to want to have to Strickland Speaks to jaw retirees by Danae King Lima a though they re not directly a part of the workforce anymore Senate candidate ted Strickland talked to Ford motor co. Retirees about jobs on tuesday. Strickland former Ohio governor made a Stop in Lima before going on to Cooper tires in Findlay and then to Toledo to meet with United Auto workers Union Region director Ken Lortz. Lortz announced that the Law voted to endorse Strickland Over incumbent sen. Rob Portman against whom Strickland a running. The former governor said he wanted to speak to retirees because he needs their help and knows they still care and will a stand up for things that Are important to a these people Are the Salt of the Earth. They represent people who be worked hard during their lives a he said. A a in be always been close to the Law and their Jack Rex president of the Ford retirees association knows Strickland from when he was governor and invited him to speak at the associations monthly meeting. A the was a Good governor he always supported working class people a Rex said. A a that a what we need now. In about 150 people were assembled at the Law local 1219 Park building for the meeting during which Strickland spoke about wages the Middle class Trade agreements and More. A retirees continue to be concerned about the plight of working people the Middle class a Strickland said. A a we re still at a Point where Trade deals Are sending our jobs see Law 15a grand Ake project showing positive results by Lance Mihm Lima a grand Lake restoration commission manager Milt Miller had interesting pictures to show about 40 attendees tuesday at the Tri Moraine Audubon society program meeting held at the Osu Lima visitors Center. He showed several pictures of clean water trickling Down a Creek slowly working its Way into a larger body of water. You could see straight through to the Bottom with healthy vegetation in full Bloom. The pictures were not of a fresh Colorado Mountain Spring or a hidden rain Forest on another continent. The pictures were of Prairie Creek emptying into grand Lake. While the project represents a very Small portion of water going into the Lake it is a striking difference when Sov .5 x. W a 5. Fra of to a i a f Lance Mihm the Lima news grand Lake restoration commission manager Milt Miller discussed potential advances in cleaning up the Lake with the Prairie Creek treatment train project in Mercer county. In its first two years the project is showing significant decreases in nutrients released in the Lake using what Miller described As a a natural water treatment compared to other areas around the Lake. The Lake has been plagued with Blue Green algae Bloom problems since 2008. The $1.9 million Prairie Creek treatment train has been open now for two years and initial results Are showing that the project is a Success. A total of 1.3 million Gallons of water per Day Are pulled from the Lake and ran through a natural filtration system through an established wetlands near the Aqua View subdivision. Over two years test have shown that the system is helping reduce nutrients going into the Lake including a 77 percent reduction in phosphorus a 36 percent reduction in dissolved reactive phosphorus and a 41 percent reduction in nitrogen. Miller said Many scientists Are taking notice and several universities have placed observation and recording stations at the site in Mercer county to Monitor the Progress. In Layman a terms the water is sent through a natural filtering system of deep Pool water see project i 5a Civitts Media a 2015 a published at Lima. Ohio 24 pages. 4 sections a news people amp More 2a nation 3a editorial 4 a weather 5a education 7a b Region a Ohio Region news in obituaries 2b sports sports in second base 2c classified 5c business 8c d reminisce reminisce id comics 2d puzzles 4d to 4d lottery daily tuesday pick 3 6-5-5 Day. 2-6 9 night pick 4 3-6-3-5 Day. 1-8 0 6 night pick 5 2-510 2 Day. 2-3-7 4-3 night rolling Cash 5 5 9 12 25 37 classic monday 9 16 21 22 41 44 kicker 208718 Jackpot $10.1 million Power Ball saturday 18-21-25-28-29 Power Ball 16, Powei play 2 Jackpot $120 million Mega millions Friday 13 35 40 60-68 Mega Ball 9, Mega plier 4 Jackpot $74 million hmm Amma Danae King the Lima news ted Strickland former Ohio governor and Senate candidate spoke to Ford retirees in Lima on tuesday

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