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February 2, 2011

No Upward Practice at Plymouth Wesleyan Church on Thursday

Thursday:  2/3/11 :   Plymouth Community School Corporation and St. Micheal’s closed Thursday

Argos Community Schools closed Thursday administration office closed too

Bremen Public Schools closed Thursday

Culver Community Schools closed Thursday

Grace Baptist Christian School closed on Thursday

John Glenn School Corp. closed on Thursday

Triton School Corp. closed Thursday

Union-North United School Corp. closed on Thursday

Marshall Starke Development Center 1-hour transportation delay on Thursday

Ancilla College 2-hour delay on Thursday

Heart and Hands no morning classes on Thursday

Thursday:  2/3/11:    Delmonte Foods WILL BEGIN 3rd shift operations

10 Responses to “ 2/3/11 DELAYS, CANCELATIONS or OTHER ”

  1. AnnF on February 4, 2011 at 5:54 pm

    Thanks for the heads-up, Runner! Business law was one of my favorite courses in college. One torte even involved Lee Marvin.

    Best of luck to you!

  2. runner on February 4, 2011 at 12:23 pm

    Yes, you are correct. It was not smart. I do not have a facebook account. Good thing. I did put in my two week notice so AnnF if you look in the pilot news in about two weeks or so, you should see a “secretary” position open.

  3. boilerup on February 3, 2011 at 10:47 pm

    I’ve thought it a lot of times. I’ve just never openly expressed it where others can see it, like in the comment section on a news site. This is Plymouth. People talk. Things get around. It’s just not a smart thing to do, which is ultimately what I was pointing out.

  4. runner on February 3, 2011 at 7:03 pm

    Since I am home now and I did a memo to my work and everything is now out in open, I have one more input to make. I do mean what I posted earlier with my apologies. Boilerup, just because I complained about having to go into work when there is a snow emergency, does not mean that I hate my job or I do not appreciate my job. Many times I have been thankful I have had a job and many times I have done up and beyond my job duties without demanding a reward, because I know that my boss would appreciate it. How many times have you thought to yourself that your boss (either present or in the past) is not doing something that you do not agree about? We all have.

  5. runner on February 3, 2011 at 3:25 pm

    Yes, I was wrong with how I posted my comment. There was a time when I was really sick and one of my bosses did tell me to go home because my health came first.

  6. runner on February 3, 2011 at 2:30 pm

    I apologize to everyone who feels this way and this includes boilerup. I did not intend to hurt anyone feelings on how I felt about a situation and had no intention at all to come across on sounding like I was bad mouthing my job. I will accept any consequences to my actions.

  7. AnnF on February 3, 2011 at 2:07 pm

    I give two thumbs up to the Plymouth Street Department. You guys did a great job for a mammoth task. I hope that there was hot cocoa waiting for you when you returned to the office.

    Runner, if you dislike your job so much, I’ll take it!

  8. boilerup on February 2, 2011 at 10:21 pm

    Then quit your job. That’s like the 4th story I’ve clicked on and had to see you make the same comment. If you dislike your job or your bosses so much then quit. It’s pretty simple. It will also save you a lot of time from having to comment on news story after news story in hopes that someone listens to you. I’m half tempted to call JONES HUFF AND JONES and tell them one of their employees is openly whining and complaining online about how much they dislike them.

  9. runner on February 2, 2011 at 8:32 pm

    I agree with you. I work at JONES HUFF & JONES-Lawyers in Plymouth-they made us still come in to work today even with a Level 1 Emergency Declaration. It is sad that your boss will be willing to risk your saftey.

  10. CommonCents on February 2, 2011 at 6:22 pm

    If the City is under a snow emergency until 6:00 am Thursday (according to your previous story), how can a business expect its employees to come in to work before then (on 3rd shift)? Our City has trouble managing the snow clearing of its sidewalks and hydrants, I guess coordinating with local businesses is probably asking too much. And one more thing, thank you driver of City plow #13 who plowed over my driveway entrance at 10:00AM putting 3 feet of heavy, packed snow in front of it after I had cleared it (by hand) at 7:00AM Wednesday morning. I also had the sidewalk adjacent to the street completely cleared…until he came by and covered it over too. Thanks a lot to the City employee piloting plow truck #13. Try using a little skill and have some pride in your work.