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Archive for May, 2011

Charlie Adams Speaks at Prayer Breakfast

May 6, 2011
Charlie Adams Speaks at Prayer Breakfast

05/06/11  Over 170 people started the day together at Christo’s Banquet Center for the Mayor’s Annual Prayer Breakfast. Thursday morning was started with a welcome by Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter. Boy Scout Troops 251 and 257 presented the colors and led the Pledge of Allegiance and  Mrs. Linda Starr led the group in singing...
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Variety Show at PHS this Weekend

May 5, 2011
Variety Show at PHS this Weekend

05/06/11 There are several things that herald the coming of spring in the city of Plymouth – the first robin, leaves budding on the trees and the Plymouth High School Variety Show. This year’s show is affectionately entitled “Circus Bezerkus” and will run Friday and Saturday, May 6 and 7 at 7:30 p.m. in...
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Police Pursuit Ends with Crash

May 5, 2011
Police Pursuit Ends with Crash

05/06/11  A local man led Plymouth Police on a high speed chase into Starke County before hitting a tree. On Wednesday, May 4th at 8:03 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Jason Dobbins attempted to conduct a traffic stop on Lincoln Highway on 36 year old Brandon L. Riester of Sunset Drive for a non working...
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PHS Announces Head Volleyball Coach

May 5, 2011
PHS Announces Head Volleyball Coach

05-06-11  The Plymouth Community School Corporation and Plymouth High School Athletic Department are pleased to announce Mr. Doug West as Head Volleyball Coach. Coach West brings extensive volleyball knowledge and s wealth of experience as a player and coach at the highest levels of competition.  Mr. West is a 1982 graduate of Ball State...
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Multi-State Commercial Motor Vehicle Enforcement Results-Indiana and Michigan

May 5, 2011
Multi-State Commercial Motor Vehicle Enforcement Results-Indiana and Michigan

05/06/11 On Thursday, April 28, 2011 commercial motor vehicle enforcement personnel from the Indiana State Police and Michigan State Police participated in a combined enforcement project aimed at improving the safety of commercial motor vehicle traffic. The enforcement effort focused on major interstate highways within the two states. 87 enforcement personnel focused their efforts...
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Family Portraits for Neighborhood Center Families

May 5, 2011
Family Portraits for Neighborhood Center Families

05/06/11  Clients of the Marshall County Neighborhood Center received a unique and lasting gift during the complimentary family portrait day held recently. Andrea Ridenhour of The Biography Spot had taken pictures during the Neighborhood Center’s annual fundraiser, Dancing with the Stars”. She then decided to use her photography skills to benefit clients of MCNC...
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Ancilla’s Schumacher Qualifies for Region 12 Tournament

May 5, 2011
Ancilla’s Schumacher Qualifies for Region 12 Tournament

CENTREVILLE, MI – With only nine holes to go, Ancilla College freshman Zach Schumacher needed to raise his level of play and shoot no worse than par to earn a spot in the NJCAA Region 12 Tournament. He did just that. Schumacher finished with a 78 in his third and final round of play...
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7th Season of Plymouth Farmers’ Market Starts Saturday

May 5, 2011
7th Season of Plymouth Farmers’ Market Starts Saturday

05/06/11 The 7th year of the Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM) opens Saturday, May 7, traditionally the day before Mother’s Day. As in past years, Jim Vinall will furnish music and Art Heminger of Balloon Art will be on hand to twist and tweak balloon creations for young and old. Youngsters can plant flowers in...
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Ancilla Earns Split with Cougars

May 5, 2011
Ancilla Earns Split with Cougars

DONALDSON – The Ancilla College baseball team split a doubleheader with Kalamazoo Valley Community College on Tuesday, dropping Game 1 3-0 before returning the favor with a 3-0 victory in Game 2. Jared Eller pitched 6 2/3 scoreless innings in relief for the Chargers (12-31, 7-19 MCCAA) after Kalamazoo Valley took an early 3-0...
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Miller’s Appreciates Teachers

May 5, 2011
Miller’s Appreciates Teachers

05/06/11 Tuesday was Teacher’s Appreciation Day across the nation and Miller’s Senior Living Community did their part to honor Marshall County teachers.  Marketing Director Anna Corbett sent invitations to all Marshall County teachers and administrators.  They were invited to the facility for a relaxing time of after school refreshments.  Residents and staff took time...
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