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Sometimes you can figure out license plate meanings by initials, or numbers, but this one's curious. What does it mean? We're working on it but aren't getting anywhere.


MMH January church service schedule

Mennonite Memorial Home announced its January church service schedule. It follows:

Sunday morning preachers

Services at 9:30 a.m. in the chapel

Jan. 3 - Bill Herr

Jan. 10 - George Pirtle

Jan. 17 - Bill Herr

Jan. 24 - Gary Reese

Jan. 31 - Elizabeth Kelly

Tuesday evening services

Services at 6:30 p.m. in the chapel

Jan. 5 - Communion service

Jan. 12 - Jack Duffy, Ada First Baptist


Wendy Chappell-Dick: What I saw in New Orleans

Jonah Agner and Andy Chappell-Dick in New Orleans

By Wendy Chapell-Dick

Andy and Wendy Chappell-Dick and Jonah Agner travelled to New Orleans in early December to do some volunteer re-building. These are their observations on the situation in New Orleans:

Could this be a sentence?


Certainly this is one of the longest cryptic license plates that we've ever seen. Any viewer who knows its meaning, please share it with us.


Community meals set

Two community meals are planned in January that are sponsored by the Bluffton Area Ministerial Association. The meals are at 6 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 7, and 6 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 21. The dinners are at the Bluffton Senior Citizens Center and are open to the public.


David and Lenore Reiter honored as volunteers of the year

David and Lenore Reiter were named the Bluffton Senior Citizens Association volunteers of the year, according to Tonya Meyers, director. The announcement was made at the December meeting of the association's members.

David drove the bus for the Golden Swingers Band for many years and Lenore was a band member. Lenore was on the kitchen committee for fundraisers and Dave would assist in the kitchen during these events.