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Personnel Directives Discussed At MML

SHELBY- Fiscal Officer of Marvin Memorial Library Traci Montgomery provided updates surrounding the personnel policy during Monday night’s regular board of trustee meeting.

Montgomery explained to the trustees there were some areas of the personnel policy which needed adjustments.

"We hired a couple girls in June I believe and one of the girls was also working at the school as an aide. She was hired for 24 hours a week and now she is only working 12 hours a week. So, instead of replacing her we would like to give some of the other girls or alternate a few six hour shifts throughout the month,” Montgomery said.

"So, we would like to make a part time person 30 hours instead of 24 hours per week,” Montgomery continue...Read More

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Three Pass Fire Captain Exam

SHELBY - Members of the Shelby Civil Service Commission met on Wednesday to discuss the results of the recent fire department captain’s exam.

Kate Eyster, chairman of the Civil Service Commission, noted six firefighters took the test for the one captain opening and three passed...Read More

Reward Offered In Armed Robbery

A $500 rewards is being offered for any information that leads to an arrest and conviction of a suspect who robbed a clerk at gunpoint. According to Willard Police Chief Mark Holden, a male brandishing a handgun went into the Willard Hy-Miler just after 1 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 26...Read More

Ebinger Publishes Humorous Memoir Of Fourth Grade

New London is in for a treat this holiday season. Local author and New London graduate Eric Ebinger is publishing a memoir of his final year at New London Elementary. The 100-page book is titled, “How in the World Did I Make It Through the Fourth Grade?...Read More

The Beginning And End Of Twinning Farms Holsteins

Holstein cattle have been in the Twining’s lives for nearly 167 years.

Ray Twining’s great-great-grandfather began milking cows in Lorain County in 1849. Ninety three years later in 1942, Twining Farms-a 450-acre grain and dairy farm-began operating on Griggs Road in Wellington. In 1959 when Ray was 12-years-old, he began helping his father milk cows and has been doing it ever since.

Little did he know, around the same time, his soon-to-be wife was dreaming of becoming a farmer. Or at least a farm-wife...Read More

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