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Archive for April, 2011

Opinion Show 4/27/11 (Guest: Lifeplex)

April 27, 2011

Topics:  1.)  Rainy weather 2.)  AM1050.com NEWS 3.)  Julie from Lifeplex (talk about events, the salon, mothers day ideas)
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Ancilla Splits with Grace JV

April 27, 2011
Ancilla Splits with Grace JV

WINONA LAKE, IN – The Ancilla College baseball team earned a split with the Grace College junior varsity on Tuesday, losing 8-4 in Game 1 and winning 4-2 in Game 2. In Game 1, Grace tagged Ancilla pitcher Patrick Kinney for six runs in the second inning and would never relinquish the lead from...
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Friend Report

April 27, 2011

04/28/11 Every year is different, every spring is different. 2011 has certainly been an example of how the weather can prove to be so fickle and unpredictable. The rain and storms have farmers and landowners beginning to exhibit some nervousness. One of my old landlords had a saying, “A wet year will scare you...
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VIRGINIA L. WALLACE – 92 – from Plymouth

April 27, 2011

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details or read complete obituary below. Former River Park resident, Virginia L. Wallace, 92, of Plymouth, passed away at 1:36 a.m. on Tuesday, April 26, 2011, in Miller’s Merry Manor, Plymouth.             Born in Indianapolis, Indiana, on January 1, 1919, Virginia was the foster daughter...
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RAYMOND T. PIERSON – 85 – from Plymouth

April 27, 2011
RAYMOND T. PIERSON – 85 – from Plymouth

Raymond T. Pierson, 85, formerly of 805 E. Baker St., Plymouth, died peacefully surrounded by his loving wife and family in Pilgrim Manor Nursing Home at 3:40 p.m. on Monday, April 25, 2011.             Raymond was born in South Bend on December 5, 1925 to Louis V. and Victoria Rataczak Pierson.             Ray attended...
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AVERY RECOGNIZED AS BRONZE LEVEL AUTHORIZED TRAINER

April 26, 2011
AVERY RECOGNIZED AS BRONZE LEVEL AUTHORIZED TRAINER

04/27/11 Emergency Responder Clyde Avery, from the Marshall County Emergency Management Agency has been recognized as a Bronze Level Indirect Authorized Trainer by demonstrating proficiency in providing indirect training of Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) courses.  This award was made in recognition of Mr. Avery’s dedication to national preparedness, as demonstrated in the provision...
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Request for GOOSE CROSSING Sign Tabled

April 26, 2011
Request for GOOSE CROSSING Sign Tabled

04/27/11 The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety had a second request to have the city erect GEESE CROSSING signs on South Michigan Road near the Eastwood Estates Subdivision. Two weeks ago Kent Borggren presented a request to install warning signs that Canadian Geese cross Michigan Road from the pond on the east...
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City Board Approves Location for Lincoln Highway Kiosk

April 26, 2011
City Board Approves Location for Lincoln Highway Kiosk

04/27/11 Kurt Garner appeared before the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety Monday evening requesting permission to place an informational kiosk on city property. Garner explained the request by stating, “The City of Plymouth, through the Indiana Lincoln Highway Association received funding for an informational kiosk that is to be located along the...
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County Police Conduct Investigations

April 26, 2011
County Police Conduct Investigations

04/27/11 On Tuesday, April 19th at 8:04 PM Patrolman Travis O’Neal with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to the area of 6080 Rose Road after receiving a report that someone was dumping controlled substance waste.  Upon arriving at the location officers located the remnants of a small mobile meth lab.  Witness’s reported seeing...
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Indiana State Police to Participate in Prescription Drug Take Back Day

April 26, 2011
Indiana State Police to Participate in Prescription Drug Take Back Day

04/27/11 On Saturday, April 30, The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will be sponsoring the second nationwide “Prescription Drug Take Back” initiative.  The “Take Back” initiative seeks to prevent increased prescription drug abuse and theft.  Collection sites will be set up nationwide as collection points for expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs for destruction.  This...
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