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Archive for October, 2011

Opinion Show 10/25/11 (Guest: Jan Houin: Operation Quiet Comfort)

October 26, 2011


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William J. “Bill” Collins – 50 – from Plymouth

October 26, 2011
William J. “Bill” Collins – 50 – from Plymouth

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City Council Puts $500,000 into Rainy Day

October 25, 2011
City Council Puts $500,000 into Rainy Day

10/26/11 On Monday night, the Plymouth Common Council unanimously approved transferring $500,000 from the City’s General Fund to the Rainy Day Fund. With the latest transfer, the Rainy Day Fund now sits at just under $5.5 million. City Attorney Nelson Chipman explained that whenever the purposes of a tax levy have been met, any...
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Haunted Grounds at Conservation Club House

October 25, 2011
Haunted Grounds at Conservation Club House

10/26/11 Tonight (Oct. 26) the Plymouth Park Department and the Boy’s and Girl’s Club in Plymouth proudly present the “HAUNTED GROUNDS” at the Conservation Clubhouse.   The entire event is free! Families with children are invited to join the fun with ghoulish games, freaky fun, and frightening food.  Activities include a hay ride along the...
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Hoosier Old Wheels Donate to “Warm Up Marshall County”

October 25, 2011
Hoosier Old Wheels Donate to “Warm Up Marshall County”

10/26/11 Jennifer Houin from Oliver Ford is pleased to announce a news donor for the “Warm Up Marshall County” coat drive that is currently under way. Hoosier Old Wheels President, Duane Bender presented 150 new caps to John Oliver, General Manager from Oliver Ford.  The hats will be passed out during the coat distribution in...
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Pathfinder Services Honors Plymouth Employees for Years of Service

October 25, 2011
Pathfinder Services Honors Plymouth Employees for Years of Service

10/26/11 Pathfinder Services, Inc. presented service awards to their Plymouth and Knox employees on Thursday, October 20th at Christo’s Restaurant in Plymouth. Employees were recognized by Pathfinder Services President John Niederman. Pathfinder Services employees being recognized for 10 years of service included: Jennifer McKee-Community Integration Team Leader, Sara Palkovich-Peterson- Community Support Specialist, and Bonnie...
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Ancilla College to Host Fall Preview Day

October 25, 2011
Ancilla College to Host Fall Preview Day

10/26/11 Ancilla College will host Fall Preview Day on Friday, October 28 at 12:00 p.m. EDT. The event is designed to provide potential students and their families the opportunity to learn more about academic opportunities, financial aid, athletics, and campus life.  Parents are welcome and lunch will be provided. “Preview Day is a great...
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New Logo & Website for Plymouth Chamber of Commerce

October 25, 2011
New Logo & Website for Plymouth Chamber of Commerce

10/26/11 The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce was excited to present its freshly updated logo Tuesday.  In an effort to revitalize their branding, they chose to work with Heiden Creative, who developed a wonderful marketing concept.  Chamber Board President, Ryan Jensen said, “We  look forward to introducing our newly revitalized brand, print marketing materials and literature handouts.”  He also wanted to ...
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Ancilla Clinches Home Field with Consecutive Shutouts over Lakeland, Delta

October 25, 2011
Ancilla Clinches Home Field with Consecutive Shutouts over Lakeland, Delta

DONALDSON – The Ancilla College men’s soccer team closed out its regular season with a pair of shutouts, defeating visiting Lakeland Community College 1-0 on Saturday and Delta College 5-0 on Sunday.   In doing so, the Chargers (9-6-1, 9-6-1 Region 12) clinched the fourth seed in the NJCAA Region 12 tournament and have...
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Culver Academies Tags United Way!

October 25, 2011
Culver Academies Tags United Way!

10/26/11 “FREEZE!” Students shouting at each other was just part of the fun at Culver Academies during a weeklong game of elimination tag that raised over $960 for United Way of Marshall County. Culver Girls Academy senior Emily Rich, who is from Culver, organized the event for her community service project. Everyone on campus...
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