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Archive for April, 2011

Copp Continues Dominance as Ancilla Splits with Mott

April 4, 2011
Copp Continues Dominance as Ancilla Splits with Mott

DONALDSON – Ancilla pitcher Josh Copp continued to shutout the opposition as Ancilla College split a doubleheader with visiting Mott Community College on Saturday, winning 3-0 in Game 1 and losing 6-0 in Game 2. Copp claimed his third victory of the season, surrendering just four hits and two walks in four innings of...
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Miller’s Senior Living Flocked for Heminger House

April 4, 2011
Miller’s Senior Living Flocked for Heminger House

04/05/11  Miller’s Senior Living Community was “flocked” in support of The Heminger House.  Heminger House is a safe haven for women and their children who have suffered domestic abuse.  Miller’s Marketing Director, Anna Corbett stands among the pink and purple flamingoes that represents the Annual Flamingo Flocking fundraiser.  Miller’s will choose another business or...
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BUILDING A DREAM

April 4, 2011
BUILDING A DREAM

04/05/11 Over a dozen volunteers gave up their Saturday to help a young Plymouth girl realize her dream.  They were out in force this weekend to help build an addition on to the home of 11-year-old Destiny Cartwright. Destiny is suffering from congestive heart failure and her dream is to have a bedroom of...
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Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast Announced

April 4, 2011
Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast Announced

04/05/11  Mayor Mark Senter is happy to announce the keynote speaker for this year’s Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast.  The speaker for this year’s breakfast will be Charlie Adams.  Charlie Adams is best known in Michiana for his many years as Sports Director at WSBT TV. One of his great joys was coming to Plymouth to...
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HELP AVOID A POTENTIAL DANGER BY CALLING 811 TWO DAYS BEFORE DIGGING

April 4, 2011
HELP AVOID A POTENTIAL DANGER BY CALLING 811 TWO DAYS BEFORE DIGGING

04/05/11 Last year, Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) recorded 954 instances, or nearly three times per day, where an underground natural gas pipeline was unintentionally struck by a third-party contractor, homeowner or other outside party – a potentially dangerous accident that is avoidable.  That’s why NIPSCO is joining Gov. Mitch Daniels and the...
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Opinion Show 4/4/11

April 4, 2011


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Opinion Show 4/1/11

April 4, 2011


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Triton FFA has Successful Annual Consignment Auction

April 4, 2011
Triton FFA has Successful Annual Consignment Auction

04/05/11 No matter how you want to define success, the Bourbon community has clearly reached it. On the first Saturday in April, the Triton Schools FFA (Future Farmers of America) held their annual consignment auction. In previous years, the Triton FFA had joined other chapters around the county. Two years ago, when other groups...
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Spring Musical this Weekend in Argos

April 4, 2011
Spring Musical this Weekend in Argos

04/05/11 The upcoming Argos High School spring musical is “Guys and Dolls” and will be presented on Friday and Saturday, April 8 and 9 at 7:30 p.m. in the Argos Auditorium.  Tickets for the event are $5 and available at the door. Picture 1: Crapshooters photo: Seth Michel, Henry Harrell, Tony Hutchinson, Dominic Cataldo,...
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Leona Elaine Webster – 85 – from Plymouth

April 4, 2011

Leona Elaine Webster, 320 E. LaPorte St., Plymouth, an area resident since 1945, died a natural death in Miller’s Merry Manor, Walkerton, at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 31, 2011.             Leona was born in Morton Grove, Ill., on June 20, 1925, the daughter of George and Emma Brecht Gabel.  She attended schools in...
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