In Lima, Ohio, where industry is struggling and jobs are scarce, there’s always Kewpee to brighten the day. “People always think the best hamburger comes from their hometown, but in our case it’s true,” said Bart Mills, a veteran reporter for the city’s daily newspaper, The Lima News. “It’s a tradition to eat at Kewpee. A sign on the downtown store says, ‘Your Granpappy ate here,’ and that’s true for just about everybody in ...
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