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Archive for March, 2012

M.C. Relay for Life Meeting Wednesday

March 5, 2012
M.C. Relay for Life Meeting Wednesday

    03/06/12 Relay for Life Marshall County will meet Wednesday, March 7 in the Laramore Rooms of the Plymouth Public Library. Committee meetings begin at 6 p.m., followed by Team meetings at 7 p.m.  It’s never too late to help on a committee, start up a team or join one. This year’s goal is...
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Arrests by City Police Officers

March 5, 2012
Arrests by City Police Officers

03/06/12 On Wednesday, February 29th around 11:52am, Officer Ray West of the Plymouth Police Department noticed a vehicle with expired plates at the intersection of Michigan Street and Parkview. Officer West conducted the traffic stop and it was found that the driver, Marlou F. Fonseca Padilla 23, of Plymouth was driving without a license....
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State Senator Randy Head’s Town Hall Meeting

March 5, 2012
State Senator Randy Head’s Town Hall Meeting

  03/06/12 Randy Head, State Senator for District 18, held a Town Hall Meeting in Argos last Saturday morning.  Head told those gathered of his parents.  His mother was a teacher and his father was the Principal when he was in school.  He explained why he voted against the consolidation of smaller schools last year.  The...
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Ceramics at Miller’s for People’s University

March 5, 2012
Ceramics at Miller’s for People’s University

  03/06/12 FROGS were the ceramic project of choice this month at Miller’s Senior Living Community.  Jackie of Mud Hut Ceramics led eleven residents and one guest in their painting project on Friday, March 2.  The frogs came in different styles – some lounging, others sitting and still others hugging.  Almost everyone stuck with...
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Friend Report: Making the most of one extra day

March 5, 2012

03/06/12  2012 is a leap year, and I have always had some questions about its origin.  Why does February have one more day every four years?  Couldn’t the calendar makers get it right many years ago?  The truth seems to be that a year is really 365.25 days.  It takes that long for our...
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Plymouth Gymnastics with 3rd place finish takes them to Regionals

March 4, 2012
Plymouth Gymnastics with 3rd place finish takes them to Regionals

   Plymouth posted a third-place finish with 100.40 points as a team at the Wawasee Sectional to earn a berth in Friday’s Valparaiso Regional. Cassandra Quissell posted top-six finishes in the vault (third place), balance beam (fourth), and all-around competition (fifth). Teammate Nicole Davis posted a sixth-place finish in the floor exercise.
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Mary Roelke – 95 – from Donaldson

March 4, 2012
Mary Roelke – 95 – from Donaldson

Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Lady Chargers Volleyball Signs Mieka Wagner

March 4, 2012
Lady Chargers Volleyball Signs Mieka Wagner

  NEWBURGH, INDIANA –The Ancilla College volleyball team has improved their upcoming recruiting class with the addition of Mieka Wagner from Castle High School.  This dynamic volleyball player will join the Chargers as a defensive specialist and an outside hitter starting in the 2012-13 season.   “Coach Pickerell and I noticed Mieka within minutes...
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Ancilla Men Close Regular Season with a Loss

March 4, 2012
Ancilla Men Close Regular Season with a Loss

  CENTREVILLE, MICHIGAN –A three-point shot for the lead at the half-time buzzer by Glen Oaks Community College’s Karvel Anderson gave the host Vikings momentum as they held off the Ancilla College Chargers in Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) Western Conference play Wednesday evening. The Chargers lost their final game of the regular...
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Lady Chargers Keep It Close Against Glen Oaks

March 4, 2012
Lady Chargers Keep It Close Against Glen Oaks

CENTREVILLE, MICHIGAN –The Ancilla College Lady Chargers battled hard in their game against the Glen Oaks Lady Vikings in Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) Western Conference play, but turnovers proved to be costly. The Lady Chargers lost their final game of the season 55-50.   The Lady Chargers (2-23, 2-14 MCCAA West) had...
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