Discovery Center spring program video available for purchase

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The Discovery Center is selling videos of its 2015 spring program for $15 each, and forms have been sent home with students. Nearly 200 children from seven classes participated in the program at the Bellefontaine High School auditorium, which had an “Under the Sea” theme. Bellefontaine High School auditorium. The program also featured a slide show in honor of retiring adaptive physical education instructor Rodney Gillman, who has designed and built the program sets for many years.  (SUBMITTED PHOTO)
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Ponying up patriotism

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Cole Fryling and his horse, Cody, were part of the annual Zane Township Memorial Day Parade. See Tuesday's Examiner for additional stories and photos of local Memorial Day observances.  (PHOTO | PATTI LIVINGSTON)

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Yard sale friendships

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Peggy Risk, right, and her long-time yard-sale friend, Mary Comer, left, help a customer search through their extensive selection of infant and children’s clothing at their yard sale Friday on Governor’s Island. The two women have been hosting yard sales at Indian Lake for seven years and have a loyal following. Ms. Risk has thought about stopping the activity, but says she would miss everyone she gets to see each year. (EXAMINER PHOTO | BRADEN McGLONE)

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Full speed ahead

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Scott Mann, an Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy instructor, demonstrates a driving simulator Thursday during driving and firearms training that was offered to area law enforcement officers, including Logan County Sheriff’s deputies, Russells Point and West Liberty police officers, at Robinson Investments Ltd., 901 Henry St. The driving simulator featured a crash scene, officer needs assistance call and a mock pursuit. The instruction was offered through OPOTA Mobile Academy units, which travel to locations throughout the state to offer free hands-on training to law enforcement. The LCSO helped to organize the local stop. (EXAMINER PHOTO | MANDY LOEHR)

 

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