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Public Invited to Genealogical Society’s Annual Dinner

October 11, 2010
Public Invited to Genealogical Society’s Annual Dinner

10/12/10 The Marshall County Genealogical Society will host their Annual Dinner on Tuesday, October 19th at 5:30 p.m. at the Marshall County Museum. Reservations for the event which includes a delicious meal are $10. The program for the Marshall County Genealogical Society’s Annual Dinner will feature members of Historic Bremen, Wythougan Valley Preservation, and the...
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Ancilla baseball teams up with Jesse!

October 11, 2010
Ancilla baseball teams up with Jesse!

10/12/10  The Ancilla College baseball team continued their long history of working with Plymouth-based Joint Educational Services in Special Education (J.E.S.S.E.) on Friday when they invited J.E.S.S.E. students to spend the day playing baseball with them at Charger Field in Donaldson. In the photo, Ancilla baseball coach Joe Yonto is shown working with one...
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2010 IHSAA Football Sectional Draw

October 11, 2010

 On Sunday night the IHSAA had their Football Sectional draw. Football Sectionals begin 10/22. Here’s how area teams faired in the draw: 5A: Sectional 2 Mishawaka @ Elkart Central Goshen @ Michigan City SB Adams @ Penn Laporte @ Elkart Memorial 4A: Sectional 10 Logansport @ Kankakee Valley SB Riley @ SB Clay...
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Rockies stop losing streak with 41-20 win over Goshen

October 11, 2010
Rockies stop losing streak with 41-20 win over Goshen

GOSHEN-The Rockies needed a win in a big way, and last Friday night they got it!   Plymouth had the offense clicking in both halves against the Redskins in a 41-20 victory. “We had a really good week of practice.   That sets the tone for Friday night.”, said Rockie Head Coach John Barron....
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Walorski Picks Up NFIB Endorsement

October 10, 2010
Walorski Picks Up NFIB Endorsement

10/11/10 With uncertainty growing among the nation’s employers, payrolls fell by a net total of 95,000 jobs in September according to a report released today by the Department of Labor.  The jobless rate has now topped 9.5% for 14 straight months, the longest period dating back to the 1930s.   The grim economic numbers...
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Mike Ritenour – 54 – of Plymouth

October 10, 2010
Mike Ritenour – 54 – of Plymouth

Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete information
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Nina Schafer, 95 of Bremen

October 10, 2010
Nina Schafer, 95 of Bremen

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete information.
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September Activity Report for Sheriff’s Department

October 10, 2010
September Activity Report for Sheriff’s Department

10/11/10 Marshall County Sheriff Jon Vanvactor recently released the September activity report for his department.  County police officers responded to at total of 61 vehicular accidents.  54 crashes were property damage, while 6 involved a personal injury and one accident was a fatality. Officers wrote a total of 111 case reports last month.  They...
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Charbonneau calls on parents to pledge commitment to children’s success

October 10, 2010
Charbonneau calls on parents to pledge commitment to children’s success

10/11/10 State Senator Ed Charbonneau (R-Valparaiso) last week called on Hoosier parents to make a formal commitment to their children’s academic success and make education a number one priority.  Indiana’s Department of Education (IDOE) this week launched a new website, www.doe.in.gov/parentpledge, where parents can read and sign an online pledge.  Charbonneau, a member of the Interim...
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WVPC to Tour during Annual Meeting

October 10, 2010
WVPC to Tour during Annual Meeting

10/11/10 From 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, October 15, Wythougan Valley Preservation Council (WVPC) is hosting their annual meeting at the Marshall County Museum in downtown Plymouth.   The public is invited to attend and take a walking tour of all three floors of the recently renovated Simons Building, The City Center, and St. Thomas’ Episcopal...
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