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September 29, 2022                                             ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS OF MICHIGAN                                                  PAGE 5

                                                     INKSTER - PLYMOUTH
                                                      INKSTER - PLYMOUTH

        ‘Murder Under The Bus’

        Former newspaper publisher to sign copies of new novel

           Former newspaper publisher  investigates the deaths of heirs to  for the Florida Airstream Club  ing, grilled Apalachicola oysters,
        W. Edward Wendover will be     an oil company fortune. Much of  Winter Rally in December 2021  Yorkshire Buck and chichar-
        signing copies of his latest mys-  the story is presented as news  and was performed there as  rones.
        tery in The Prepositional      stories written by the reporter.   improvisational theater by mem-  Previous novels in the series
        Murders series from 7 until 9    "This modern-day example of  bers of the club. Other club mem-  include Murder At The
        p.m. Oct. 4 at E.G. Nick's restau-  community journalism serving  bers attempted to solve the mys-  Penniman Deli; Murder By
        rant in Plymouth.              an historic town typifies how  tery in an effort to raise dona-  Lansing Kool-Aid; Murder On
           Wendover said the latest    American newspapers are need-  tions for a local charity. The  Fogo Island and Murder Over To
        novel, Murder Under The Bus, is  ed to tell the news," Wendover  name of the sole correct "detec-  Mary's Fish Camp. All can be
        a satirical look back in time as  said.                       tive" was used for a character in  ordered               at            W. Edward Wendover
        homicide ruins an otherwise      Wendover, retired from a long  the book, Wendover said.   The Bus is priced at $14.99, plus
        peaceful rock concert. Set in a  career as the publisher of The  Just as in Wendover's four pre-  or by mail from Greko Printing,  $8 in shipping and handling.
        Florida Airstream village, the  Plymouth Crier, writes while  vious mysteries, recipes and food  260 West Ann Arbor Road,    The book will be on sale dur-
        plot twists and turns as the police  traveling full time across the  notes help serve up clues, he  Plymouth, 48170. The books vary  ing the author's signing next
        beat reporter from a fictionalized  county in "The Big Blue Bus."  said, including 26 recipes for  in price but the first three can be  Tuesday. E.G. Nick's is located at
        Havana Herald local newspaper  This novel, he said, was written  items such as cast-iron pie bak-  ordered for $30. Murder Under  500 Forest Ave. in Plymouth.
                                                                                     Health workshops set

                                                                                       Free workshops to help residents    working effectively with family and
                                                                                     experiencing chronic pain are planned  health care providers, and more. The
                                                                                     in Inkster.                           workshop is open to all residents in
                                                                                       The Chronic Pain PATH (Personal     Michigan and caregivers are welcome.
                                                                                     Action Toward Health) workshops are   An information session is planned at 3:30
                                                                                     returning to an in-person format begin-  p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5 and classes are set
                                                                                     ning on Wednesday, Oct. 5. Offered by the  for 3:30 until 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12.
                                                                                     National Kidney Foundation of Michigan  New participants can join through
                                                                                     (NKFM) at no cost to participants, the six-  Wednesday, Oct. 19. Sessions will take
                                                                                     week workshop features a certified facili-  place Oct. 12, 19 and 26 and Nov. 2, 9 and
                                                                                     tator working with a small group to   16. All classes will take place at Western
                                                                                     explore skills and tools to help people  Wayne Family Health Center, 2700
                                                                                     become more successful at managing    Hamlin Blvd., Inkster.
                                                                                     pain and leading healthier, more enjoy-  To        register,       contact
                                                                                     able lives.                           P A
                                                                                       Session topics include myths about  <>  or
                                                                                     pain, techniques to combat symptoms,  call 1-800-482-1455, Ext. 2320.

           New best friends
           The City of Inkster welcomed new Animal Control Officer Angie Potter last month.
           In her first weeks on the job Potter, with more than 20 years of rescue experience
           and animal education, has demonstrated her commitment to the animals in
           Inkster and eagerness to educate and assist pet owners, police officials said.
           Potter has already saved and rehomed seven stray dogs and assisted with the
           rescue of a baby deer, a raccoon and an injured hawk in the city. In addition, the
           new officer saved a dog with a bone lodged in its throat, rescued and saved a
           puppy with Parvo and saved a dog on the verge of death with a bucket stuck on
           its head. She also saved a dog trapped under a downed tree during the last
           storm in the city. Officials said Potter has resources available to city pet owners
           and is planning a low cost vaccine event next spring.
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