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Law Enforcement Officials Honored

PLYMOUTH - On the opening night of Plymouth High School football season, the Plymouth High School Student Council honored police officers and sheriff's deputies who serve, have served, or lived in the Plymouth-Shiloh area or graduated from Plymouth High School during the pregame ceremony.

Guests and their families were honored at a dinner party prior to the ceremony. Student council advisor Janelle Grube commented on the event. "The kids wanted to recognize this group," she said. "Two years ago, they honored Veterans. They wanted to do it again. This is what they came up with. This year they chose law enforcement officers because they do a lot for the community and are close to their hearts."...Read More

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Modifications To Local Windfarm Project Approved

SHELBY - The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) Siting Board voted on Thursday afternoon in the matter of the application of Black Fork Wind Energy, LLC regarding its certificate of environmental compatibility and public need issued in a previous case involving wind turbine technology. The Board voted to accept an application from Capital Power to make modifications from its original plan filed in January of 2012...Read More

New Era Of Education Has Begun

It has been a five-year journey for the Willard City Schools, but the future is here, according to Superintendent Jeff Ritz. The new building which houses all students opened on Aug. 25. While there were some "hiccups," the opening day was smooth.

"The biggest obstacle every year you go into is right here," Ritz said of the lunch period and feeding students. "It went the smoothest it's ever gone."...Read More

NL Council Votes To Take Over Terry Wilson Memorial Deck Project

New London Council members voted unanimously Monday to officially take over the Terry Wilson Memorial Observation Deck project planned for the New London Reservoir.

Planning for the deck began a year ago when the Rotary Club and the Community Improvement Corporation (CIC) agreed to sponsor the project. Since then $30,000 has been raised by fund-raisers and donations for the $64,000 project...Read More

Huron County Fair Showman of Showmen

SThe Showman of Showmen Contest at the Huron County Fair pits the best showman from each animal category against the others to determine the best overall.

This year's competitors and their categories were Lauren Ott, beef; Isaiah Adams, dairy beef; Matthew Lund, dairy; Kendall Keene, market goat; Lauren Green, dairy goat; Molly Phillips, poultry; Lauren Hamer, rabbits; Morgan Boswell, sheep; Tara Eisenhauer, swine; Colton Puder, turkeys...Read More

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