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Archive for November, 2010

T. Edward “Ted” – 55 – from Argos

November 2, 2010
T. Edward “Ted” – 55 – from Argos

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Ancilla Men’s Basketball, Cheer Team Play ‘BudgetBall’ for United Way

November 2, 2010
Ancilla Men’s Basketball, Cheer Team Play ‘BudgetBall’ for United Way

11/03/10 The Ancilla College men’s basketball and cheer teams played “BudgetBall” recently as part of the United Way’s Money Smart Week. The event, which took place at Plymouth High School, combines fiscal strategy and actual basketball play.  Its main purpose is to provide an entertaining physical experience while learning about managing money. Teams earned...
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Thank-You from Plymouth Music Boosters

November 2, 2010
Thank-You from Plymouth Music Boosters

11/03/10 Congratulations goes out to The Pride of Plymouth Marching Band and their record breaking season after placing 5th in the State Finals at Lucas Oil Stadium last Saturday.  Band Director Bryan Ames had this to say, “Saturday was simply amazing.  The kids performed a GREAT show and it was an experience that none...
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Traffic Stop Leads to Arrest of Two Marshall County Men

November 2, 2010
Traffic Stop Leads to Arrest of Two Marshall County Men

11/03/10 On Thursday, October 28th at approximately 2:15 PM, Officer Les McFarland with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle near the intersection of 17 B Road and Elm Road. During the traffic stop 22 year old Dustin Hasko of Tippecanoe who was a passenger in the vehicle was...
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Grim Reaper Roames Halls in Argos

November 2, 2010
Grim Reaper Roames Halls in Argos

11/03/10 Thursday, October 28th, the Grim Reaper roamed the halls of Argos Jr.-Sr. High School looking for victims of drug and alcohol abuse.  Three different groups of students fell victim to the Grim Reaper as a result of fictional scenarios where others caused the deaths of Argos students due to drug or alcohol use...
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Hensler’s Nursery Pumpkin Drop a Smashing Success

November 2, 2010
Hensler’s Nursery Pumpkin Drop a Smashing Success

11/03/10 The Giant Pumpkin Drop at Hensler Nursery in Hamlet on Saturday, October 30th was a smashing success, literally!  This year’s the folks at Hensler Nursery decided to build an awareness campaign to “Smash Out Cancer” and Saturday’s event did just that. One of the pumpkins was dropped on to a pink bulls-eye to...
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Ancilla Comes Up Short against NJCAA #4 Schoolcraft

November 2, 2010
Ancilla Comes Up Short against NJCAA #4 Schoolcraft

UNIVERSITY CENTER, MI – Two goals in the final ten minutes halted a spirited effort by the Ancilla College men’s soccer team in a 4-1 loss to NJCAA #4 Schoolcraft in the Region 12 semifinals at Delta College in University Center, MI, on Saturday. The Chargers (7-10-1) had been enjoying a resurgence in their...
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Marshall County Alcohol Beverage Commission Denies Family Express at the Local Level

November 1, 2010
Marshall County Alcohol Beverage Commission Denies Family Express at the Local Level

11/02/10 Family Express at the intersection of West Jefferson Street and Oak Drive in Plymouth will have to wait a bit longer concerning their application for a grocery permit to sell beer and wine at the convenience store. Monday morning the Marshall County Alcohol Beverage Commission met in the County Building.  The board unanimously...
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Plymouth Park Board Discusses New 5-year Plan

November 1, 2010
Plymouth Park Board Discusses New 5-year Plan

11/02/10 What do you want to see in the park during the next five years.  The Plymouth Park Board discussed the need to rewrite a 5-year plan for the park department.  Board President Jim Causey said, “I was recently made aware that our 5-year plan expired in 2005.”  He explained that the old one...
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County Wide Burn Ban Stays in Effect.

November 1, 2010
County Wide Burn Ban Stays in Effect.

11/02/10 Monday morning the Marshall County Commissioners reaffirmed the “Burn Ban” for the entire county.  During the Commissioner’s meeting County EMA Director Clyde Avery discussed the current weather conditions and the lack of moisture in the ground. Commissioner President, Kevin Overmyer said, “What rain we did get is gone after sun and high winds...
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