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Archive for November, 2010

PHS Spell Bowl Team 4th at State

November 21, 2010
PHS Spell Bowl Team 4th at State

11/22/10 The Plymouth High School spell bowl team finished just 3 points away from 2nd place in the state finals earlier this month.  They placed fourth with a score of 74. Coach Amy Schmeltz was very pleased with their performance.  “It was their highest score of the season.  They are a very young team,...
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Plymouth Wrestling Club Sign Ups

November 21, 2010
Plymouth Wrestling Club Sign Ups

11/22/10 Sign-ups for the 2010-11 Plymouth Wrestling Club will be held on Monday November 29th and Wednesday December 1st at the north entrance of the Plymouth High School Multi-purpose Room.  All sign-ups will be from 6:30 to 7:30 PM.  There will also be a late sign-up on December 2nd (this is also the first...
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Don’t Let Your Thanksgiving Weekend Road Trip be a Turkey

November 21, 2010
Don’t Let Your Thanksgiving Weekend Road Trip be a Turkey

11/22/10 One way to ensure you will get to dinner in time for turkey on Thanksgiving weekend is by making sure that the vehicle you will be driving is running well. A 10-minute pre-trip check is small potatoes compared to a big helping of inconvenience if you break down many miles away from home,...
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Stuart Adams – 85 – of Plymouth

November 21, 2010
Stuart Adams – 85 – of Plymouth

Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Gloria J. Rash – 61 – of Plymouth

November 21, 2010
Gloria J. Rash – 61 – of Plymouth

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Plymouth School Board Moves Forward with Projects Totalling $4.2 Million

November 19, 2010
Plymouth School Board Moves Forward with Projects Totalling $4.2 Million

11/22/10 The Plymouth School Board held a public hearing on Thursday night concerning a proposed Capital Improvements and a Qualified School Construction Bond (QSCB).  Following the public hearing, the board voted 4-0 to move forward with the estimated $4,205,000 project. Board member Melissa Christianson was absent from the meeting. The hearing was held per...
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Greg Compton Selected to Replace Chamberlin as Commissioner

November 18, 2010
Greg Compton Selected to Replace Chamberlin as Commissioner

11/19/10 Thursday evening Republican Precinct Committeemen and women gathered at Republican headquarters for a caucus to select the person who will fill the remaining term of Commissioner Tom Chamberlin who has resigned his elected position effective at the end of the year.  Chamberlin will assume the duties of County Sheriff on January 1st, 2011....
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Downtown Revitalization Committee Hears Consultant’s Action Plan

November 18, 2010
Downtown Revitalization Committee Hears Consultant’s Action Plan

11/19/10 This month members of the Mayor’s Downtown Revitalization Committee heard from Stu Summers, a consultant working for PIDCO preparing public and private investment action plans for downtown.  PIDCO has recently re-directed it focus toward the central business district. The power point presentation was regarding the public investment.  Summers highlighted several public improvements targeted...
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Oak Drive Project Bid is $1.8 million

November 18, 2010
Oak Drive Project Bid is $1.8 million

11/19/10 Members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission were updated on the Oak Drive Project. The project includes widening Oak Drive north of US 30 to Hoham Drive. City Engineer Rick Gaul said the bid letting was November 10th.  Six companies submitted bids for the project.  Gaul said that the engineer’s estimate for the project...
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Time to share, time to care: donate blood

November 18, 2010
Time to share, time to care: donate blood

11/19/10 You can honor a uniquely American holiday by giving something that’s uniquely you.  By donating blood this Thanksgiving, you’ll help ensure that blood is available for patients in need, and honor the spirit of giving that surrounds the start of the holiday season.  “When you donate blood this time of year, you can...
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