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Archive for May, 2012

Plymouth offense struggled in loss to Warsaw

May 8, 2012
Plymouth offense struggled in loss to Warsaw

  Plymouth lost 3-1 to Warsaw on Monday despite Chase Peters‘s spectacular day from both the mound and the plate. Peters boosted his batting average thanks to a perfect 3-3 day at the plate to pace Plymouth. He doubled in the fourth inning and singled in the first and sixth innings. Peters baffled Warsaw,...
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Results of RED STORM RELAYS

May 8, 2012
Results of RED STORM RELAYS

On Saturday, the Lincoln Junior High track teams hosted the 7th annual Red Storm Relays.  Teams competing were Urey, Whitko, Warsaw Edgewood, Valparaiso Ben Franklin, and Huntington Crestview. Winning the girls’ portion of the meet with 86 points was Whitko,  Ben Franklin was second with 83 points followed by Edgewood- 62, Crestview- 40, Lincoln-...
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Ancilla Softball Finishes Regular Season with Two Wins

May 8, 2012
Ancilla Softball Finishes Regular Season with Two Wins

  DONALDSON, INDIANA – The Ancilla College softball team finished off their regular season with a double header sweep of Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) Western Conference foe Glen Oaks Community College by scores of 11-0 and 7-1. Trisha Dillon pitched a one hit shutout in game one and received some two hit...
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Ancilla Finishes Regular Season With a Win

May 8, 2012
Ancilla Finishes Regular Season With a Win

  DONALDSON, IN – The Ancilla College baseball team played their final two games of the season against Lansing Community College at home on Sunday. The Chargers dropped the first game 1-0 but won the last game of the day 6-1.   In the first game the Chargers had trouble at the plate and...
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Plymouth Farmers’ Market Opens this Saturday

May 8, 2012
Plymouth Farmers’ Market Opens this Saturday

 05/09/12 The 8th year of the Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM) opens this Saturday, traditionally the day before Mother’s Day. As in past years, Art Heminger of Balloon Art will be on hand to twist and tweak balloon creations for young and old. Youngsters can plant flowers in baby shoes for their special mom thanks...
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Opinion Show 5/7/12 Co-Host Rusty Nixon PHS Alumni Assoc.

May 8, 2012


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ROKITA, DONNELLY FIGHT FOR FAIR TRANSPORTATION FUNDING FOR INDIANA, RELATIVE TO OTHER STATES

May 8, 2012
ROKITA, DONNELLY FIGHT FOR FAIR TRANSPORTATION FUNDING FOR INDIANA, RELATIVE TO OTHER STATES

     05/09/12 Monday, Congressman Todd Rokita (IN-04) and Congressman Joe Donnelly (IN-02) sent a letter to House members of the House-Senate Conference Committee who are negotiating the Transportation Bill (commonly referred to as the “Highway Bill”) to advocate on behalf of Hoosiers for fair infrastructure funding for Indiana relative to other states. Every House...
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Kentucky Derby Celebration at Miller’s

May 8, 2012
Kentucky Derby Celebration at Miller’s

  05/09/12 Residents of Miller’s Senior Living in Plymouth celebrated the Kentucky Derby with a special luncheon provided by the award winning dietary department.  The menu consisted of Kentucky Hot Brown, Over the Top Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Churchill Downs Seasoned Green Beans, Race Day Pie and Mint Juleps. Activity Director Cindy Flagg decorated...
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Rockie Football Camp

May 8, 2012

  “Once a Rockie, Always a Rockie”   Youth Camp 2nd – thru 6th graders (2012-2013) 11:00 – 12:00   Jr. High Camp 7th and 8th graders (2012-2013)   ü  Monday July 9th   thru Thursday July  12th ü  Cost: $40, $65 for family ü  Mail form to: John Barron – Football Camp Plymouth High...
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It’s Primary Election Day, Please Vote

May 7, 2012
It’s Primary Election Day, Please Vote

 05/08/12 Today is Primary Election Day in Indiana and WTCA wants to urge all registered voters to vote today in their respective primaries. In Marshall County voters will be using the new combined polling sites paring down polling places from 27 to 16.  The election board has worked diligently determining the amount of voting...
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