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Archive for September, 2011

PATRICIA M. CLINTON – 83 – from Plymouth

September 26, 2011
PATRICIA M. CLINTON – 83 – from Plymouth

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Ancilla Loses to #3 Schoolcraft, Handles Jackson

September 25, 2011

DONALDSON – The Ancilla College men’s soccer team split a pair of Region 12 conference matches at home this weekend, falling 2-0 to NJCAA #3 Schoolcraft College before and defeating Jackson Community College 4-0.   According to Ancilla men’s soccer coach James Drzewiecki, the Chargers (6-4-0, 6-4-0 Region 12) looked much sharper than they...
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LJHS runners battle weather elements this past weekend

September 25, 2011

Over the weekend, the Red Storm Cross Country team ran at the Culver Invitational at Culver Military Academy on a cold, rainy Saturday. However, this did not stop the runners from placing well or running personal bests time at the meet. The girls team took 15th overall, and were led by Rachel Crawford placing...
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LJH Volleyball in action this past weekend

September 25, 2011

The Lincoln 8th volleyball team placed third at the Indian Springs tournament on Saturday. During pool play, the team defeated the Indian Springs Eagles 25-21, 25-21 and the Leo Lions 25-17, 25-17, and lost a tough match to Carroll 11-25, 17-25.   The team then defeated Angola in an exciting match 23-25, 25-22, 15-13...
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Warriors hand Plymouth their second straight loss

September 25, 2011

“A wise coach once told me, “Tackling is a state of mind”, and we didn’t tackle well at all tonight”, said Rockie Head Coach John Barron. That statement pretty much summed up the entire game for Plymouth as Wawasee pounded the ball on a wet ground for 358 rushing yards, which equaled their total...
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Preview of City Meetings

September 25, 2011
Preview of City Meetings

09/26/11 The City of Plymouth will hold their regular meetings on Monday evening beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety.  The agenda includes awarding the bid for the 1st Street Patching Project, reports from department heads and the city engineer.  City Attorney Nelson Chipman will present a lease agreement...
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CARL E. KREIGHBAUM – 60 – from Spring Hill, TN formerly of Plymouth

September 25, 2011
CARL E. KREIGHBAUM – 60 – from Spring Hill, TN formerly of Plymouth

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DONNELLY ANNOUNCES INFRASTRUCTURE GRANT FOR FULTON COUNTY

September 25, 2011
DONNELLY ANNOUNCES INFRASTRUCTURE GRANT FOR FULTON COUNTY

09/26/11 Friday, Congressman Joe Donnelly announced that the Fulton County Economic Development Corporation received a $597,100 grant for an infrastructure project for a new industrial park near the city of Rochester.  Industrial parks are areas zoned and planned for the purpose of industrial development. This project will make the site ready for large-scale development...
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City Council to Consider Rezoning Request at 9A & King Road

September 25, 2011
City Council to Consider Rezoning Request at 9A & King Road

09/26/1  A proposed ordinance set for both 2nd and 3rd reading by the Plymouth Common Council on September 26 concerning the rezoning of land near the corner of King Road and 9A Road has people on both sides of the question expressing opinions. If passed, the zoning would be changed from R-1 (Rural Residential...
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Union North School Board Appoints Interim Superitendent

September 25, 2011
Union North School Board Appoints Interim Superitendent

09/26/11 During a meeting on September 22, The Union-North United School Board unanimously approved the appointment of Julie Lauck as Interim Superintendent. Lauck will officially begin with the corporation on October 3 to coincide with the departure of current Superintendent Dr. Terry Barker. Barker was recently named as Superintendent of School City of Mishawaka....
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