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Silver King, Firemen's Festival, Part Of Plymouth Traditions

The Village of Plymouth will celebrate the Silver King Tractor from Aug. 2 to Aug. 5, while the Plymouth Fire Department will be adding to the fun on Aug. 4 and 5.

The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce and the Plymouth Lions sponsor the annual festival remembering the tractor that was once manufactured in the village. The featured entertainment will be provided by Hyper Sounds Entertainment, which specializes in inflatables for all age groups...Read More

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Levy Request Laid Out

SHELBY - Superintendent of Schools Tim Tarvin provided an in depth look to the potential of the new PreK-8 school building and football stadium, as well as addressing possible renovation plans to the current school buildings during Monday night’s regular board of education meeting.

Tarvin explained the condition of the current elementary buildings and the middle school and how the topic needed addressed...Read More

Harwood Retiring As Law Director

At the July 17 meeting of Willard City Council, Mayor Todd Shininger issued a proclamation honoring Willard City Law Director David Harwood on his retirement from that position, effective July 31.

In his proclamation, Shininger said Harwood has “faithfully and selflessly served the City of Willard for nearly 40 years...Read More

New London Board Of Education Approves Increase In Lunch Prices

New London Board of Education members approved a slight increase in lunch prices during Monday night’s meeting along with a number of routine matters.

Lunch prices for students in kindergarten through grade five will be $2.45, grades six through 12; $2.70, K through grade 12 breakfast $1.75 and adult/teacher lunch $3.25.

Treasurer Jim Hudson noted the prices, even with the increase, are still below those of surrounding districts...Read More

OFB Estimates 30-percent Average Savings

Senate Bill 36, which will change how the Current Agricultural Use Value (CAUV) is calculated, was passed unanimously in May 33-0. Senator Cliff Hite is the lead on this bill.

“Ohio’s farmers and rural communities will benefit from reforms to the state’s farmland tax policy, culminating a three-year effort led by Ohio Farm Bureau. It’s taken three years of grassroots action to fix the flaws in the CAUV formula, and our members should be proud of this significant accomplishment,” said Ohio Farm Bureau Executive Vice President Adam Sharp...Read More

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Shelby Varsity Baseball vs. Willard

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Shelby Varsity Softball vs. Willard

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Shelby Tennis vs. Tiffin Columbian

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Shelby Track Invitational

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