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Archive for November, 2010

Ancilla College to Close Offices for Thanksgiving Break

November 23, 2010
Ancilla College to Close Offices for Thanksgiving Break

11/24/10 Ancilla College has announced that campus offices will close for the Thanksgiving holiday following the conclusion of classes on Tuesday, Nov. 23. 11/24/10 The College will remain closed until Monday, Nov. 29.  All offices will resume typical operating hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. EST that day. Ancilla College is a Catholic,...
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New Ag Course to be offered at PHS next year

November 23, 2010
New Ag Course to be offered at PHS next year

11/24/10 Plymouth High School students will now have another course offering to choose from beginning in the fall of 2011. Kelli Hoffman, Agriculture Science Department, received the unanimous blessing of the school board on November 18 to add an Advanced Life Science, (ALS) Food Science Course I to the other courses within the department....
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Members of Plymouth Youth Orchestra Perform at Nutcracker

November 23, 2010
Members of Plymouth Youth Orchestra Perform at Nutcracker

11/24/10 Some Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra members joined the Marshall County Church Orchestra in performing the Nutcracker Nov 18 and 19 at Cristo’s Banquet Center. Front Row: Leah Smith, Gabby Ruiz, Hayden Bardwell Back Row: Addie Palmer, Gabriele Hill, Katie Hickman, Sarah Tanner, Karly Gruett, Katie Culp, Becca Ippel, Ginger Kizer
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Colts, Department of Child Services, Cargo Services Asking Fans to Support the “Books for Youth” Book Drive Prior to Kickoff

November 23, 2010
Colts, Department of Child Services, Cargo Services Asking Fans to Support the “Books for Youth” Book Drive Prior to Kickoff

 11/24/10 As the Colts prepare for an important AFC matchup on Sunday Night Football against the San Diego Chargers, they are asking their fans to help them reach an important milestone for Indiana’s foster youth. At the game, the Colts, Indiana Department of Child Services (DCS) and Cargo Services will be hosting a pre-game...
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Lady Chargers Hold off Edison, Remain Undefeated

November 23, 2010
Lady Chargers Hold off Edison, Remain Undefeated

PLYMOUTH – The Ancilla College women’s basketball team used a 7-0 run in the final three minutes on Saturday to defeat Edison Community College and improve their season record to 2-0. Down 56-53 with 2:48 remaining in the contest, Ancilla’s Shalana Murray responded with a pair of baskets while teammate Naomi McNeal added three...
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City Officers Make Weekend Arrests

November 22, 2010
City Officers Make Weekend Arrests

11/23/10 On Wednesday, November 17th at 7:59 PM Officer Wally Derifield with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop at 3rd and West Jefferson Streets.  The driver, 26 year old Stacey Moore of Pear Road was found to be intoxicated.   She was arrested for driving under the influence and resisting law enforcement and...
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Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Sponsored by The Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce

November 22, 2010
Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Sponsored by The Plymouth Area Chamber of  Commerce

11/23/10 The Christmas Holiday Season will be kicked off this Friday, November 26th in downtown Plymouth with the Annual Christmas tree lighting. The Festivities begin at 5:45 with the carolers from Plymouth High School, at 6:15 the Plymouth fire truck with Santa arrives downtown in front of the City Center. Following the tree lighting...
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Power Outage at LJH

November 22, 2010
Power Outage at LJH

11/23/10 Monday started off a bit interesting at Lincoln Junior High School in Plymouth according to Principal Funston. An email was sent out to parents Monday afternoon to let them know that the power went out at Lincoln Junior High on Monday for approximately 90 minutes.  The power went off  right after all of...
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PHS Grads to March in Purdue Band at Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

November 22, 2010
PHS Grads to March in Purdue Band at Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

11/23/10 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade kicks off the holidays with unparalleled pomp and pageantry. The scale of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is immense: more than 3.5 million people view the parade live along the parade route, and more than 50 million viewers tune in to the television broadcast. Spectators watch in awe as...
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‘Holiday Tales From The Heart’ Senator Charbonneau Seeks Ornaments for State Tree

November 22, 2010
‘Holiday Tales From The Heart’ Senator Charbonneau Seeks Ornaments for State Tree

11/23/10 State Senator Ed Charbonneau (R-Valparaiso) invites area students to join this year’s holiday tree-trimming festivities at the Statehouse – either in person or by mail. “As part of state government’s celebration of the holidays, a very large coniferous tree will soon be placed in the rotunda of the Statehouse,” Charbonneau said. “Students can...
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