Archive - Jan 10, 2011 - News Article
MOUNT VERNON, Ohio â€” Things donâ€™t always go as planned. That doesnâ€™t mean they donâ€™t turn out pretty good in the end.
That is the odyssey of 1984 Plymouth High School graduate Matt Starr. A standout athlete at Plymouth, he attended Manchester College and received a master's degree from Kent State.
He appeared headed for a long and distinguished career as a sports psychologist, with an appointment to work at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs.
PLYMOUTH â€” Thereâ€™s a new level of excitement at the Plymouth Country Club as it welcomes a new golf professional to the club: 47-year-old PGA recognized golfer Timothy Burkhart.
Burkhart, originally from Hornell, N.Y., chose Plymouth because he thought it was a great place for him and his family.
Burkhart, who comes to Plymouth from the Boonville Country Club, has even been featured in PGA magazine.
â€śIt was a huge compliment to be honored by PGA,â€ť said Burkhart.
PLYMOUTH â€” This past week, a story debunking the work of a prominent medical researcher, Andrew Wakefield, who claimed that childhood vaccinations caused autism, made the rounds.
In 1988, a publication, The Lancet, a medical journal, claimed that Wakefield and his colleagues had linked measles-mumps-rubella vaccine with autism in most of a dozen children they had studied.
Mika Adams, Zionsville, an autism consultant, is the daughter of Plymouthâ€™s Willie Resler.
Adams said numerous studies have shown that there is no correlation between the vaccines and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
PLYMOUTH â€” The Plymouth Arts Council will enter just its second year of operation with an election of officers on Saturday, but the group has made a significant impact in a very short amount of time.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Plymouth School Board started its first meeting of 2011 attending to the organization of the board. Members Melissa Christiansen and Larry Pinkerton were sworn in as newly elected members after both were re-elected in November.
Immediately following the administration of the oaths, Christiansen was unanimously elected as board president.
Also receiving unanimous votes were Todd Samuelson for vice-president and Larry Holloway as secretary.