In the movie â€śA Christmas Story,â€ť 9-year-old Ralphie just wants â€śan official Red Ryder carbine-action 200-shot range model air rifle with a compass in the stock, and this thing which tells time,â€ť and throughout this classic tale, Ralphieâ€™s friend Flick takes â€śa double dog dareâ€ť to see if his tongue would really stick to a flagpole.
Was it curiosity to see if a tongue really does stick to a flagpole? Or just a re-enactment ... here, Eleanor Millerâ€™s grandsons Robert Howland and Jimmy Miller have a little film fun and re-enact the famous scene.
PLYMOUTH â€” Dr. John Bottorff, Sr. received the honor of being named a Fellow to the Palmer Academy of Chiropractic this year. Those receiving the honor are proven leaders in their profession and communities.
In accepting the honor, the 87-year-old practicing chiropractor expressed his regrets that his late wife Carol could not be with him to share the moment. Carol (Emenaker) Bottorff passed away in 1994.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Ply-mouth High School Speech and Debate Team had a busy and fruitful December in terms of competition as a team and in individual performances.
On Dec. 5, two-thirds of the team traveled to Peoria, Ill. to compete in the George Armstrong Invitational at Bradley University. Overall, the team placed fifth, competing against teams from all over the United States.
Earning individual honors were Bryt Hiatt, placing third in total sweepstakes points; and Austin Craft, fourth.