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Archive for February, 2011

Peters take First Place at Toastmasters Competition

February 8, 2011
Peters take First Place at Toastmasters Competition

02/09/11 The Wythougan Toastmasters club held the first part of the annual competition for the International Speech Contest on Friday, February 4th. Toastmaster member Charlie Houin was recognized with second place to the first place award recipient, Marianne Peters. Both members will proceed to the next level of the competition, the Area International Contest....
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Argos Bowlers Finish Season at Regionals

February 8, 2011

02/09/11 This areas High School Bowling Regional’s were held last Saturday in South Bend. Argos High School Freshman, Jamie Ewing had a 499 series and finished 18th in the girls’ tournament while Argos sophomore, Ben Krull shot a 576 series and finished tied for 16th in the boys’ tournament.  Neither one advanced to the...
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1st United Methodist Church Celebrates 175 Years

February 8, 2011
1st United Methodist Church Celebrates 175 Years

02/09/11  Although area residents pass by the Plymouth First United Methodist Church on North Michigan Street in Plymouth day after day, they probably aren’t aware of the rich history that goes with the building and congregations past and present. The church will observe its 175th anniversary this year.  After serving as a mission station...
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Hard Work Pays Off: Vote Centers in Indiana

February 8, 2011
Hard Work Pays Off: Vote Centers in Indiana

02/09/11 A bill to make Vote Centers in Indiana a reality passed yesterday in the Indiana House of Representatives. The legislation results from five years of hard work led by former Indiana Secretary of State, Representative Todd Rokita (IN). After tirelessly advocating for the importance of Vote Centers, Rokita and Indiana’s bipartisan local election...
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INDOT Offers $4.9 Million for Relinquishments

February 7, 2011
INDOT Offers $4.9 Million for Relinquishments

02/08/11 The Marshall County Commissioners and County Attorney Jim Clevenger announced the negotiated terms of the proposed U.S. 31 relinquishment agreement between the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) and Marshall County Monday morning during the Commissioner’s meeting. Once the new U.S. 31 Corridor is completed the portion of the current U.S. 31 from 4th...
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MARSHALL COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT TO ASSUME PATROL OF LAKE MAXINKUCKEE IN PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

February 7, 2011
MARSHALL COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT TO ASSUME PATROL OF LAKE MAXINKUCKEE IN PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

02/08/11 Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin and Lake Maxinkuckee Association (LMA) president Jerry Butler announced Monday that the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department will assume patrol duties formerly managed by the LMA’s Lake Patrol effective April 1, 2011. The specific terms of the partnership call for the LMA to provide the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department...
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Soccer Complex for Marshall County Proposed near Shady Rest

February 7, 2011
Soccer Complex for Marshall County Proposed near Shady Rest

02/08/11 Monday morning Duane Culp and Curt Feece appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners with a proposal to create a soccer complex on 49 acres of county owned land.  The Plymouth Travel Soccer League would like to create a facility on ground that lies east of the Paul Langfeldt farm and west of Shady...
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Ancilla’s Berndt Selected as 2011 HIT Scholar

February 7, 2011
Ancilla’s Berndt Selected as 2011 HIT Scholar

02/08/11 Janeen Berndt, Instructor of Nursing at Ancilla College, has been selected as a 2011 Health Information Technology (HIT) Scholar, the College recently announced. Berndt was one of 52 faculty members accepted out of 253 applicants this year.  In all, over 113 schools from 36 states were represented by the applicants. “It’s a national...
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Plymouth Kilwinning Lodge Presents Check to Hammonds

February 7, 2011
Plymouth Kilwinning Lodge Presents Check to Hammonds

02/08/11  On February 5th Worshipful Master (WM), Raymond Humphrey, of Plymouth-Kilwinning Lodge No. 149 Free and Accepted Masons,  presented Priscilla Hammonds with a check for $1,225.00.  W.M. Humphrey was pleased and honored to present the check to Priscilla Hammonds to assist her in raising the funds she needs to travel to Japan this summer...
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Opinion Show 2/7/11 (Guest: Dr. Tony Bennett; Supt. Dan Tyree)

February 7, 2011

Today’ show was about Plymouth Schools;  State Funding;  Impact of State Funding.
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