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Archive for January, 2011

Benefits Planned for Eric Saunders

January 23, 2011

01/24/11  Are you ready for something different?  How about a little Snoccer?  Newton Park is organizing a snow soccer tournament to help benefit Eric Saunders. Sanders was seriously injured in a motocross accident last year that left him paralyzed from the chest down.  Proceeds from this event will do to his recovery fund. The...
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Investigations by County Police Officers

January 23, 2011
Investigations by County Police Officers

01/24/10  On Wednesday, January 19th at 7:24 a.m.  the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a call from 3450 Nutmeg Road in Plymouth for the report of a theft from a vehicle.  Officer Rick Kanarr was dispatched to investigate.  A car stereo amplifier was stolen from the vehicle during the overnight or early morning hours....
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Mayor Senter to Host Blood Drive

January 23, 2011
Mayor Senter to Host Blood Drive

01/24/11 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter will host his second Blood Drive on Friday, January 28th at the Life Enrichment Center.  The Blood Drive will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and appointments are now being accepted by Laura Mann in the Mayor’s Office.  You can call for appointments at 936-6717. All blood collected...
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City Officers Make Arrests

January 23, 2011
City Officers Make Arrests

01/24/11  A traffic stop at North Plum and West Jefferson Streets on Monday, January 17th resulted in the arrest of 45 year old Douglas W. Coffin of Grovertown.  Officer Paul Stamper arrested Coffin and lodged him in the County Jail for driving while suspended with a prior charge. Wednesday night at 9:56 Officer Jason...
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“A Night in Italy,” First Annual Fund Dinner

January 23, 2011
“A Night in Italy,” First Annual Fund Dinner

01/24/11 The Saint Michael Catholic School Advisory Board has invited the community to their first Annual Fund Dinner on Saturday, January 29th at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Plymouth.  The event titled “A Night in Italy” will feature a complete menu of Italian favorites: Antipasto, Pizza, Pastas, Lasagna, Italia Beef, Sausage, Italian Pastries...
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Plymouth Library Collecting Tabs for Ronald McDonals Family Rooms

January 23, 2011
Plymouth Library Collecting Tabs for Ronald McDonals Family Rooms

01/24/11  The Plymouth Public Library is continuing to collect pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald Family Rooms in various areas in Indiana. This is the fifth year that they are collecting, and they are very grateful to all the people that have brought in so many containers full of tabs! When Ronald McDonald was...
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Chancey Bright – 76 – of Plymouth

January 21, 2011
Chancey Bright – 76 – of Plymouth

Click VanGilder Funeral Home at right for complete detaills.
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Ancilla College Welcomes Two New Faculty Members

January 21, 2011
Ancilla College Welcomes Two New Faculty Members

01/21/11 Ancilla College has announced the hiring of two new faculty members for the spring 2011 semester. The newly appointed faculty members – William McFarland and Kyle Neeley – will serve as adjunct instructors of Computer Science. “McFarland and Neeley bring a wealth of knowledge to the classroom,” said Dr. Joanna F. Blount, Dean...
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Plymouth Wrestling Club Opens Season

January 21, 2011
Plymouth Wrestling Club Opens Season

01/24/11 The Plymouth Wrestling Club competed in the Duneland Open in Chesterton last weekend (1/16).  Wrestlers placing for the team were: Cody Bernero 5th, Noble Bockman 2nd, Owen Bockman 4th, Zane DeVault 3rd, James Dreibelbis 3rd, Ethan Fritz 2nd, Andrew Himes 2nd, Gage Kinney 2nd, Nate LaFree 5th, Trevor Petzke 2nd, Kevin Sibal 3rd,...
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Senate Bill 170 Restricts Start and End Dates of School

January 21, 2011
Senate Bill 170 Restricts Start and End Dates of School

  01/24/11  Indiana public schools could be updating their calendars for the 2013-2014 school year if a bill introduced into the Indiana State Senate on January 5 continues to be met with approval.Senate Bill 0171, concerning restricting start and end dates for school calendars, was introduced on first reading on January 5, 2011 and...
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