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Tammy Bradshaw

October 17, 2017

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I'll have my Idaho potato mashed, please

Idaho license plate on Vine

It is really a stranger in these parts. When was the last time you saw an Idaho license plate in Bluffton? We spotted this one on Vine Street.

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A Hancock County Eagle Scout

PIPRJL

We can't translate the initials, but we do know this plate belongs to a proud Eagle Boy Scout from Hancock County. The plate was spotted in the Bluffton University parking lot.

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And I see you also

ICU2ER

If this is a sentence, who is ER? We spotted this plate in the Bluffton University lot.

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What's this guy doing in Ohio?

You'd like most people head south for the winter. The driver of this car headed north. The plate was spotted in the Bluffton University parking lot.

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It's a South Main Street address

Richard and Mary Ann Jordan of 528 S. Main St., have 528 on their license plate.

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South and east of the border

4GN 346

A "Wild" West Virginia license plate in white and blue, was captured in the Rosenberger Drive parking lot at Bluffton University.

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You bet, it's in the hospital parking lot

MEL RN 77

It's a certain bet. Drive around the Bluffton Hospital parking lot and you are bound to find some interesting license plates. Take this one for example, Do you suppose "MEL" is a registered nurse born in 1976?

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Go east young man

FWS 5125

No, it's not an Ohio plate. It's our neighboring state from the east, Pennsylvania. We saw this license plate in the Rosenberger Drive parking lot at Bluffton University.

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A Buckeye fan and maybe OSU grad

JOLLEY

You've seen this familiar plate around town on a dark colored van. Can any viewer identify the OSU fan who owns this plate?

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This plate has a ring to it

GMDE

Greg Ring doesn't make it easy to take a photo of his license plates. He covers the plates with some sort of protective devise. It really causes a glare when you take a photo with a flash. Greg ought to know better. GMDE stands for Greg, Mary, Don and Ethan Ring.

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