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Archive for December, 2012

Air Force Promotion Ceremony at VanGilder Funeral Home

December 21, 2012
Air Force Promotion Ceremony at VanGilder Funeral Home

  12/24/12 The Van Gilder Funeral Home hosted a first-ever event on Saturday, December 15, 2012: the promotion ceremony for Air Force Chaplain, Major Alex F. Jack.  Chaplain Jack was officially promoted from Captain to Major on October 1, 2012 but since he was geographically dislocated from his unit of assignment (the 502d Air...
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PHS Music Students Perform at Miller’s

December 21, 2012
PHS Music Students Perform at Miller’s

 12/24/12 The members of the PHS Jazz Band and PHS Orchestra performed Thursday for the residents of Millers Merry Manor.  Both ensembles prepared numerous traditional Christmas and holiday selections for the residents.   PHS Band Director Bryan Ames said, “This was a wonderful opportunity for our students to have the chance to give back...
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Triton High School Reading Winners Announced

December 21, 2012
Triton High School Reading Winners Announced

  12/24/12 Triton High School presented the first reading awards to students the week of Dec. 17-21. The winners were selected through a drawing and received a gift card or a Trojan t-shirt.  One winner, Brittney Goley, received the grand prize of a Nook reader. Winners (pictured we have in the front row: left...
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Plymouth Grapplers beat Warsaw 60-12, stay unbeaten in NLC (Results page)

December 21, 2012
Plymouth Grapplers beat Warsaw 60-12, stay unbeaten in NLC  (Results page)


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Ancilla Softball Delivers Gifts and Socks to Homeless

December 21, 2012
Ancilla Softball Delivers Gifts and Socks to Homeless

  DONALDSON, IN – For the second straight year, the Ancilla College softball team put their Christmas spirit to work by helping the homeless. The Chargers kept up their tradition by allowing fans to donate socks at all home softball games in the fall and spring, in place of paying admission. Over 200 pair...
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8th grade LJH Basketball Results

December 21, 2012
8th grade LJH Basketball Results

  December 20th - The Red Storm won a thrilling game over Laporte Kessling on a steal and last second jumper from Nick Felke. The victory raises their record to 14-1.  The victors started the game on a 10-0 run and using inspired defense managed to finish off the previously undefeated visitors, 38-36.  Jake...
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Wilma Murphy – 100 – from Culver

December 21, 2012

Wilma Murphy, 100 of Culver, Indiana,  passed away on December 21, 2012, at Miller’s Merry Manor in Culver, Indiana. The Odom Funeral Home, Culver, Indiana, is in charge of the arrangements.  
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Another Shoplifting Incident at Wal-Mart

December 20, 2012
Another Shoplifting Incident at Wal-Mart

  12/21/12  On Wednesday, December 19th at approximately 7:30 PM, Officer Bridget Hite with the Plymouth Police Department responded to the Plymouth Wal-Mart in reference to two subjects being detained by their loss prevention employees.  Upon arriving it was discovered that 25 year old Dustin Able had taken some fake nails.  He was assisted...
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Lindsey Arrested for Counterfeit $20′s at Wal-Mart

December 20, 2012
Lindsey Arrested for Counterfeit $20′s at Wal-Mart

  12/20/12 On Saturday, December 15th the Plymouth Police Department received a report from the Plymouth Wal-Mart regarding counterfeit money that had been received the day before. Eleven $20.00 bills had been used to purchase items. All of these bills had the same serial number and were determined to be counterfeit. The items that...
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Sen. Mishler Encourages Students to Serve as Pages

December 20, 2012
Sen. Mishler Encourages Students to Serve as Pages

  12/21/12 State Sen. Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen) invites area middle school and high school students to spend a day at the Statehouse and serve as Senate pages during the 2013 legislative session, which runs from Jan. 7 to April 29. “The Senate page program offers a valuable educational experience at the Statehouse,” Mishler said....
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