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Archive for November, 2011

Ryan Ripley Resigns as Marshall County Democratic Party Chairman

November 17, 2011
Ryan Ripley Resigns as Marshall County Democratic Party Chairman

11/18/11  Thursday even Ryan Ripley emailed the following resignation letter to the media and the Marshall County Clerk and her voter deputy. Effective December 1st, 2011, I am resigning my position as the Chairman of the Marshall County Democratic Party.  My family and I are in the process of moving out of the area...
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Child Pulls Fire Alarm at Menominee Elementary

November 17, 2011
Child Pulls Fire Alarm at Menominee Elementary

11/18/11 A fire alarm coming from Menominee Elementary at 6:19 p.m. on Thursday turned out to be a false call. Reportedly, a child pulled the alarm during a basketball game in the school’s gymnasium. The ambulance had just left the fire station when the call was cancelled. Fire trucks were not yet in route...
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Argos Senior’s Community Service Project, Collection for ReStore

November 17, 2011
Argos Senior’s Community Service Project, Collection for ReStore

11/18/11 Scott Tuttle, a senior at Argos High School has selected a Community Service Project as part of the AHS graduation requirements.    He is having a Donation Drive for Habitat’s ReStore in Plymouth.  Donated items will be collected on Saturday, November 19 from 10am to 2pm in the back parking lot of the Argos...
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Community Opportunity for See Concepts for River Park Square

November 17, 2011
Community Opportunity for See Concepts for River Park Square

11/18/11 Representatives from the Troyer Group, the company hired to help design the new downtown park met with the residents on Wednesday evening, November 16th at the Webster Center. Troyer was there to discuss the Master Plan for the new River Park Square, which will be located between Garro Street, Water Street and the...
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Citizens Attend Elementary School Redistricting Meeting

November 17, 2011
Citizens Attend Elementary School Redistricting Meeting

11/18/11 The first of two public meetings concerning boundary modifications (redistricting) for the Plymouth Schools was held on Wednesday night at Menominee Elementary. Presenting a preliminary map of how the boundaries could change for the 2012-2013 school year was demographer Jerome McKibben. McKibben had provided information and projections approximately five years ago for  redistricting....
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Jacob White Held on $10,000 Cash Bond

November 17, 2011
Jacob White Held on $10,000 Cash Bond

11/18/11 On Tuesday, November 15th at approximately 11:20 a.m. the Marshall County Police Department received a call from a female who wanted to report a domestic battery incident which had taken place Monday evening, November 14th. First Sergeants Dan Butt was dispatched to the female’s location and conducted an interview. Based on the information...
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Fill a Ford Focus with Food at Oliver Ford and PHS

November 17, 2011
Fill a Ford Focus with Food at Oliver Ford and PHS

11/18/11 Oliver Ford is at it again! That’s right, and this time they are collecting food that will be distributed to the elderly. When asked why Oliver Ford was taking on another challenge Jennifer Houin said, “Because we are flippin crazy, no I’m just kidding. There are elderly and young children right here in...
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7th grade Girls playing well in first two games!

November 17, 2011
7th grade Girls playing well in first two games!

On  Tuesday the Lincoln 7th grade basketball team opened their season with a 44-28 win over the Bremen Lions.  Leading the way for Lincoln was Nick Felke with 19 points.  Jake Young followed up with 6 points and led the way with 6 rebounds. The Redstorm 7th grade basketball team collected their second win...
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Hutson Drops 39 on Goshen in Ancilla Victory

November 17, 2011
Hutson Drops 39 on Goshen in Ancilla Victory

PLYMOUTH – Ancilla freshman guard Alexander Hutson lit up the Goshen College junior varsity for 39 points and 12 assists as the Chargers ran away with a 96-74 victory at the LifePlex on Tuesday.   Win the victory, Ancilla (4-0) matched its best start to a season in program history, when the 2005 squad...
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Two Plymouth basketball standouts reach University Hall of Fame

November 17, 2011
Two Plymouth basketball standouts reach University Hall of Fame

The 2006 Men’s Huntington University Basketball Team is being honored for the legacy they have left on the Huntington University basketball program. Two members of that squad were former Plymouth standouts.   Plymouth’s second All-Time Leading scorer, Kyle Benge (1,979 pts) was a member of the that Huntington ballclub.   Benge played at Plymouth from 2002-2005.   ...
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