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Archive for January, 2011

Ancilla Basketball vs Grand Rapids 1/19/11 (full broadcast)

January 20, 2011
Ancilla Basketball vs Grand Rapids 1/19/11 (full broadcast)

Another tough loss for the Chargers as they fell to Grand Rapids 87-73.
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Opinion Show 1/20/11 (Guest: Marianne Peters)

January 20, 2011


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DONNELLY VOTES AGAINST HEALTH CARE REFORM REPEAL

January 20, 2011
DONNELLY VOTES AGAINST HEALTH CARE REFORM REPEAL

01/21/11 Wednesday, Congressman Joe Donnelly voted against H.R. 2, which would repeal the health care reform law enacted last year.  He released the following statement: “I’m disappointed that Republicans in Congress are spending time pushing a bill that has no chance of becoming law,” said Donnelly.  “We should be using this time to instead...
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Advisory Message issued by Marshall County Emergency Management

January 20, 2011
Advisory Message issued by Marshall County Emergency Management

Thursday January 20, 2011 7:45 AM EST **Wind Chill Advisory** in effect from 11pm until Noon on Friday. Wind Chill values of 15-20 below are possible. National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Advisory which is in effect from 11pm tonight until Noon Friday. Wind chill values of 15-20 below are possible. Wind...
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Fire Destroys Pole Barn on Commissioner Roose’s Property

January 19, 2011
Fire Destroys Pole Barn on Commissioner Roose’s Property

01/20/11 Marshall County Commissioner Jack Roose was awakened by his wife Dawn Wednesday morning about 1:15.  She told him she though the garage was on fire.  The north side of their 30 feet by 50 feet pole barn was totally engulfed.   Jack attempted to rescue a couple of the vehicles parked inside on the...
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Statement from Superintendent Tyree on Issue at High School

January 19, 2011
Statement from Superintendent Tyree on Issue at High School

01/20/11  Plymouth Community School Superintendent Dan Tyree released the following statement Wednesday afternoon concerning an issue with a teacher at the high school: “WNDU ran a story last night and this morning concerning a staff member. It is true that we are currently investigating an issue involving a member at Plymouth High School.  In...
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Driver Charged with Leaving the Scene of Accident

January 19, 2011
Driver Charged with Leaving the Scene of Accident

01/20/11 About 7:30 Sunday morning the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a call of a pick-up truck on SR 331 south of 9B Road that was partially in the road and it looked like it had been involved in a crash. Sgt. Bruce Carter was dispatched to the scene and located the truck which...
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18 year old Arrested for Auto Theft

January 19, 2011
18 year old Arrested for Auto Theft

01/20/11 Plymouth Police made an arrest last week in an auto theft from Wal-Mart. On December 11th at 9:47 p.m. the Plymouth Police Department received a report regarding the theft of a car from the Wal-Mart parking lot in Plymouth.  Video evidence showed a young white male entering the car at 9:05 p.m. and...
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Senior night successful for PHS Swimming!

January 19, 2011
Senior night successful for PHS Swimming!

PHS swim teams honored their Senior members last night  – Girls’ co-captains Hannah Eads and Kenzie Miller and Boys’ co-captain Poaolo Palmitessa as well as Katelynn Brashere, Kannika Chaisri, Lauren Kelso and Tabitha Sherwood.  PHS girls defeated Elkhart Memorial but the Charger boys outswam the PHS boys. Both Miller and Palmitessa won their individual...
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City Redevelopment Commission Updated on Several Projects

January 19, 2011
City Redevelopment Commission Updated on Several Projects

01/20/11 Work continues on a number of major construction projects throughout the City of Plymouth. The Plymouth Redevelopment Commission heard updates on the Oak Drive Project, South Gateway Project and EDA TechFarm grant at a meeting on Tuesday, January 18. City Engineer Rick Gaul said the city is working with engineers from Wal-Mart for...
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