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Laptops Gifted To St. Mary's By Broskutters

SHELBY - St. Mary's School has been making strides to keep its students prepared for their futures, and that includes making sure they are prepared with the technological knowledge they will need to continue their education as well as enhance their personal lives.

A recent donation by a parish family has triggered a ripple effect of giving, and its one that Dale and Joan Broskutter hope will continue to have momentum to encourage others to give...Read More

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Alt Seeks Action From Jackson Township

JACKSON TOWNSHIP - Janice Alt, 2953 Plymouth Springmill Road, requested a copy of the Sheriff's report on file regarding former township Zoning Inspector Craig Stover's actions in the Heinberger permit matter during last week's regular meeting of the Jackson Township Trustees.

Alt questioned the board after providing a detailed timeline of events from August 2014 to present as to why a Sheriff's report had not been filed by the trustees in the matter regarding Stover approving a permit for a fence for her neighbor's property while Stover was not technically recognized as a township official...Read More

Bicentennial Quilt Finds Permanent Home Inside Plymouth Museum

A quilt to commemorate the Bicentennial of the State of Ohio in 2003 has found a permanent home. The quilt, featuring a square representing each of the 88 counties will hang in the Plymouth Area Historical Museum.

Edith Dyke, who is a member of the Cellar Sewers, said the idea for such a quilt started in 1998 with a committee. The events of Sept. 11, 2001, she noted, changed everything. There was no longer any money for the quilt, which did not sit well...Read More

Last Week Of April Set For NL Spring Clean Up

Spring clean up for New London residents has been scheduled for the last full week of April, administrator Shawn Pickworth reported to council during Monday night's meeting.

"We know residents have got the 'spring cleaning' itch," said Pickworth. He suggested dumpsters be provided at the village garage for residents who wish to start hauling items for disposal prior to the actual start of the clean up at no charge. He noted the village crew will make sure the dumpsters are emptied on a daily basis so residents can make as many trips as needed. "This is something we can try, providing there is no illegal dumping of items the village cannot take to the landfill."...Read More

Volunteers At Their Best

The largest 4-H group in Richland County is the Shelby Cloverleafs. They have 66 members with 22 of those being Cloverbuds. Karen Harvey (27 years involved with 4-H) is the "Chief" Advisor, but has numerous "moms" helping at any given meeting. LouAnn Steiner (23 years involved with 4-H) is the leader of the pack for the Cloverbuds. Cloverbuds are any child who is enrolled in kindergarten and is age 5 as of January first of the current year. Cloverbuds do not compete as a group at the fair...Read More

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