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Archive for April, 2011

REPUBLICAN CITY COMMITTEE WALLEYE FRY

April 25, 2011
REPUBLICAN CITY COMMITTEE WALLEYE FRY

04/26/11 The Plymouth Republican City Committee announces a Tom’s Tasty Taters Fish Fry on April 29th from 4:00 to 8:00 at The Knights of Columbus Hall on East Jefferson Street in Plymouth. Tickets for Tom’s famous Walleye, Fries and Cole Slaw fundraising dinner are $8.00. City Committee candidates Duane Culp (District 1,) Don Ecker...
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PHS freshmen golfers hold own in first tournament

April 25, 2011
PHS freshmen golfers hold own in first tournament

The freshmen and sophomore golfers battled wind and swampy conditions to card their first tournament victory of the season. RESULTS HERE:     Laville JV Inv 2011
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Plymouth pulls out a win Saturday against Top Ranked Laporte at BNF

April 25, 2011
Plymouth pulls out a win Saturday against Top Ranked Laporte at BNF

It was the usual Saturday afternoon baseball game between two of Indiana’s most “rich traditioned” teams, the Laporte Slicers and the Plymouth Pilgrims.   It included good pitching, timely hitting, and controversy!   In the end, the Pilgrims escaped with a 8-7 win over the Slicers. “I don’t quite know what to say about this one. ...
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Few Tickets Left for Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast

April 25, 2011
Few Tickets Left for Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast

04/26/11  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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Winners In Miller’s Easter Egg Decorating Contest

April 25, 2011
Winners In Miller’s Easter Egg Decorating Contest

04/26/11 Staff of Miller’s Senior Living Community took part in an Easter egg decorating contest.  Each staff person was given a plastic Easter egg and told to “be creative”.  They could do anything with the egg they chose.  Fifteen of the twenty-five staff members entered the contest.  Each egg was then assigned a number...
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ISP Offers Young People an Up Close Look at Law Enforcement

April 25, 2011
ISP Offers Young People an Up Close Look at Law Enforcement

04/26/11  Most television viewers have seen at least part of a CSI or Law and Order episode.  These shows seemed to have spurred a new interest in law enforcement and forensics.  Now the Indiana State Police is giving young people an up close look at law enforcement through its youth camps program. Respect for...
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TONIGHTS BASEBALL GAME at GOSHEN: CANCELLED…played tomorrow at 5:45pm

April 25, 2011
TONIGHTS BASEBALL GAME at GOSHEN:  CANCELLED…played tomorrow at 5:45pm

Tonight’s Plymouth Baseball game on WTCA has been CANCELED.   According to Goshen Athletic Department, the rainy conditions have forced the cancellation of today’s ballgame.   A rescheduled date will be TOMORROW at 5:45pm.  The Plymouth at Warsaw game will be rescheduled at a later date. Next Plymouth game on WTCA will be WEDNESDAY vs Wawasee.
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Mary L. DeMien – 84 – from Plymouth

April 25, 2011
Mary L. DeMien – 84 – from Plymouth

Area lifetime resident, Mary L. DeMien, 84, Plymouth, slipped into the arms of her Savior on Good Friday, April 22, 2011, at 10:15 a.m. at her home on Baker St., Plymouth.  She was a longtime resident of 4082 Michigan Road north of Plymouth. Mary was born in Plymouth on Dec. 26, 1921.  She was...
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STATEHOUSE REPORT FROM REP. NANCY DEMBOWSKI

April 25, 2011

04/26/11 As we enter the final week of the 2011 session of the Indiana General Assembly, attention turns to one of the most important and misunderstood parts of the legislative process: conference committees. In a normal year, conference committees are designed to reach agreement on divisive legislation in a session’s final days. Made up...
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Ivan Jay Read – 79 – of Plymouth

April 25, 2011
Ivan Jay Read – 79 – of Plymouth

  Lifetime Plymouth resident and businessman, Ivan Jay Read, 79, passed away after a lifelong battle with chronic pulmonary disease at 10:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 20, 2011 at the Leesburg home of his daughter Beth in the company and care of his family.  The son of Ivan and Daisy M. (Stuber) Read, Jay...
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