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Archive for June, 2010

United Way Announces 9th Annual RIDE FOR UNITED WAY benefitting Heminger House

June 10, 2010
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06/10/10 The ninth annual “Ride for United Way” is scheduled for Saturday, June 26, 2010.  Motorcycle ride registration begins at 9:00 am at Christos’ Banquet Center located at 830 Lincolnway East, Plymouth.  A brief riders meeting will be held at 9:45 am.  Riders will leave Christos’ beginning at 10:00 am and travel throughout Marshall...
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Plymouth Board of Aviation May Seek Help With Repairs

June 10, 2010

06/10/10 The Plymouth Aviation Board members were prepared discuss how and when to coat the airport runway with a sealant, but advice from their consultant, Chris Snyder of Woolpert, Inc., has them seeking information on more extensive project. Snyder said after his visual inspection of the runway, they should consider a shift from a...
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12 Graduate 8th Grade at St. Michael School

June 10, 2010
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06/10/10 On Wednesday, June 2nd 8th grade students at the Saint Michael Catholic School in Plymouth graduated.  Following the celebratory mass in honor of the students accomplishments the 12 class members gathered on the front steps of Saint Michael Catholic Church on North Center Street for a photo op.  At the conclusion of the...
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Plymouth School Board To Meet on June 10

June 10, 2010

06/10/10 The Plymouth School Board will hold a regularly scheduled meeting on June 10 at 7:00 p.m. the meeting will be held in the Administration Board room on Berkley Street. Agenda items include a presentation from Lincoln Junior High on One-To One; alternative school report; 5-Star program report; and consideration of textbook fees for...
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Marshall County Church Orchestra Opens Summer Season

June 10, 2010
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06/10/10 The Marshall County Church Orchestra performed its first concert of the 2010 spring and summer season Thursday evening, May 27 at Fairfield Garden Court in Plymouth.  With Memorial Day just around the corner, the orchestra performed a patriotic concert to pay tribute to our country and our military personnel, both past and present....
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JOHN WRAIGHT TO WALK AMERICA FOR HEART HEALTH

June 9, 2010
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06/09/10 High on John Wraight’s “Bucket List” is to convince people  that walking is good for you and, at the same time, to raise money for the American Heart Association. Crazy as it may sound, John, at 72-years-old, is working on walking across America. “I’m going on the America Discovery Trail,” he said.  The nation’s first...
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Jennifer Laurent Named Interim Ex. Director of MCEDC

June 9, 2010

06/09/10 Marshall County Economic Development Corporation has announced that Jennifer Laurent has been named Interim Executive Director of the organization. Tom Turner, Executive Director of Marshall County Economic Development Corporation, stepped down from the position Friday, June 4th.   “The Board appreciates Tom’s efforts in getting the organization off the ground.  He brought a lot...
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Police Search Area behind Kroger’s for Suspect

June 9, 2010
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06/09/10  County Police, City Police and the City’s K9 searched the wooded area behind the Kroger’s Store on North Michigan Street Tuesday afternoon.  Officer Ted Brown was on routine patrol when he recognized a male walking down the street that had an active warrant out for his arrest.  A tip throught he police department...
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Young Man from North Liberty Air-Lifted Following Crash

June 9, 2010

06/09/10 Monday evening about 8:30 Marshall County Police Officer Rob Hafke investigated a single vehicle accident on Sycamore Road north of 3B Road. A 2010 Honda was south bound on Sycamore Road north of 3B when the driver lost control for unknown circumstances.  The vehicle crossed the north bound side of Sycamore Road and...
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Blueberry Board Gets Fire Extinguisher Training

June 9, 2010
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06/09/10 Monday evening volunteer firefighter Wayne Smith conducted fire extinguisher education and training for members of the Blueberry Festival Board.  Smith explained the various types of fire extinguishers.  He said the new cooking oils used by the vendors can only be handled with a class-K extinguisher.  Smith said state law requires all vendors using...
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