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Archive for November, 2011

PHS Spellers Finish Season 2nd

November 21, 2011
PHS Spellers Finish Season 2nd

11/22/11 The Plymouth High School Spell Bowl team finished second at the state finals at Purdue University on Saturday, November 5th.  In Class 2, John Glenn won with a score of 84, followed by Plymouth with 75, and Gibson Southern, 64. Pauline Dagaas, Zach Mahan, Ashley Stokes, and Grace Stokes earned perfect scores.  This...
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Break-In at Remembrance Centre & New Attitudes Salon, 2nd in 10 days

November 20, 2011
Break-In at Remembrance Centre & New Attitudes Salon, 2nd in 10 days

11/21/11  For the second time in less than 10 days two local business were burglarized. Friday morning at 2:15 Plymouth Police Officers discovered two break-ins at 1218 and 1222 South Michigan Street, the Remembrance Centre and New Attitudes Hair Salon. Suspects had forced entry into the two businesses and removed a large television and...
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Commissioners to Meet Monday Morning

November 20, 2011
Commissioners to Meet Monday Morning

11/21/11 The Marshall County Commissioners will meet at 9:30 a.m. today (Monday, November 21st ) in the second floor meeting room of the County Building. The first agenda item if the opening of bids for the farm lease at Shady Rest.  Rich Ulrich, Director of the County’s Buildings and Grounds will bring his concern...
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Thanksgiving Holiday Patrols

November 20, 2011
Thanksgiving Holiday Patrols

11/21/11 In an effort to make the upcoming Thanksgiving Holiday travel period safer, the Indiana  State Police will be joining approximately 250 other law enforcement agencies statewide in participating in the annual Safe Family Travel campaign.  Now through Sunday, November 27 the Indiana State Police will be conducting high visibility enforcement efforts including sobriety...
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Ancilla College Student Honored by ICI

November 18, 2011
Ancilla College Student Honored by ICI

11/21/11 Ancilla College’s Carolyn Connor was one of 31 students from Indiana’s independent colleges and universities who was recently celebrated at the Independent Colleges of Indiana’s (ICI) “Realizing the Dream” banquet. Connor, a sophomore from Knox, was selected as Ancilla College’s “Outstanding First-Generation Student”. Dr. John Fogl, Professor of Biology, was chosen by Connor...
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Riverside Spell Bowl Team 1st in District

November 18, 2011
Riverside Spell Bowl Team 1st in District

11/21/11 The Riverside Intermediate School Spell Bowl Team, under the direction of Coach Amy Lewis placed first in Class I at the district spell bowl competition which was held at North Liberty Elementary School on Thursday, November 17, 2011. The students spelled words like soup du jour to win the competition. Sydney Morris had a...
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PHS Speech Team Wins Culver Academies

November 18, 2011
PHS Speech Team Wins Culver Academies

11/21/11 Plymouth High School Speech and Debate Team members have once again proven that they are among the strongest competitors in the state.  On November 12, the team captured the top team placing at Culver Academies by amassing 180 points. Their nearest competitor was the Munster High Schoolteam with 161 points followed by Culver...
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DONNELLY OFFICE TO HOST FORECLOSURE ASSISTANCE WORKSHOP

November 18, 2011
DONNELLY OFFICE TO HOST FORECLOSURE ASSISTANCE WORKSHOP

11/21/11 Thursday, Congressman Joe Donnelly announced that his office will host a Foreclosure Assistance Workshop on Monday, November 21st to provide constituents who are struggling to keep their homes with information and tips on navigating the foreclosure process. The event will also provide attendees with the opportunity to begin working on a modification that...
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Fr. Kummer Latest to Present at Ancilla’s Lampen Lecture

November 18, 2011
Fr. Kummer Latest to Present at Ancilla’s Lampen Lecture

11/21/11 Father William Kummer, pastor of St. Michael Catholic Church in Plymouth, was on hand as presenter for Ancilla College’s third Lampen Lecture of the semester, entitled “Why Call a College Catholic.”  In the presentation, presented three reasons why a college would be called Catholic.  According to Kummer, a Catholic college has a love...
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Miller’s Residents Learned about “The Golden Age of Radio”

November 18, 2011
Miller’s Residents Learned about “The Golden Age of Radio”

11/21/11 “The Golden Age Of Radio” was the topic of a presentation by Eugene Howard Graf at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Wednesday.  Known to his friends as Howie, Graf states that he has been interested in radio since he was a young a child.  He would take a burned out light bulb and...
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