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Tutoring program provides aid for Jefferson Elementary students

October 24, 2012

PLYMOUTH — A new after school tutoring program started this month at Jefferson Elementary School in Plymouth.
Principal Angie Mills said that teachers and administration at the school saw the need for additional reading help for their students, especially those in the third and fourth grade.
“We used testing data from the last several years…we really wanted to target students that needed the most help, and that is third and fourth grade at this point,” said Mills.

Dog deemed dangerous, being held by Humane Society

October 24, 2012

WALKERTON — Jaide, an 11-month-old rottweiler and bullmastiff mix, was taken from her owner’s home by Walkerton police officers and St. Joseph County Humane Society workers last Friday.
Jaide’s owner, Anthony Hill, said he was not home at the time, did not know his dog would be taken, and arrived home to find his door kicked in and his canine missing.
“They left my house unsecured…I have three kids, including a 3-month-old baby,” said Hill.

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