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Ancilla Lady Chargers Lose to Lansing

February 13, 2012
Ancilla Lady Chargers Lose to Lansing

  PLYMOUTH, INDIANA – The Ancilla College Lady Chargers had three players in double figures in their road game Saturday against the Lansing Community College Stars, but that wasn’t enough to come home with a win.  The Lady Chargers dropped their game 92-69 in Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) Western Conference play.  ...
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Injuries Hurt Ancilla Chargers

February 13, 2012
Injuries Hurt Ancilla Chargers

  PLYMOUTH, INDIANA – The Ancilla College men’s basketball team went into Saturday’s road game against Lansing Community College shorthanded due to injuries and the smaller bench proved to be costly.  The Chargers lost the game to the Stars 99-77 in Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) Western Conference play. Lansing leads the conference...
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Plymouth Man Airlifted After Crash on US 31

February 13, 2012
Plymouth Man Airlifted After Crash on US 31

  02/14/12 Traffic on US 31 south of US 6 was stopped for a short time just after 1 p.m. Monday for a two vehicle traffic accident. County Police Officer Jeff Snyder was the first officer on the scene and found that a 1997 Mercury Villager driven by 29 year old Anthony McNeal of...
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Plymouth Man Burned by Suspected Meth Lab Explosion

February 13, 2012
Plymouth Man Burned by Suspected Meth Lab Explosion

  )2/14/12 Friday afternoon at 3:40 the Marshall County Dispatch Center received a call in reference to a male subject n Harrison Street being severely burned.  Plymouth EMS and Fire responded to 1509 West Harrison Street and found Otis Young with burns to a major part of his body.  The original cause of the...
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R.W. Armstrong Selected for South Gateway Project

February 13, 2012
R.W. Armstrong Selected for South Gateway Project

02/14/12 Members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission held a special meeting last week to select a construction inspector for the South Gateway Project.  During their regular January meeting Request for Proposals were opened from thirteen consulting companies interested in working with the city and the Redevelopment Commission. A committee comprised of Redevelopment Commission member...
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William Young Speech & Debate Tournament

February 13, 2012
William Young Speech & Debate Tournament

  02/14/12  The Plymouth High School Speech and Debate Team held the annual William Young Tournament on February 4. The tournament was named in honor of the late William Young and family for their support for the program over many years.   Winning both International Extemporaneous (IX) Speaking and Impromptu was Patrick Felke. Felke...
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Weaver Arrested for Dumping Controlled Substance Waste

February 13, 2012
Weaver Arrested for Dumping Controlled Substance Waste

02/14/12  On Thursday, February 2nd about 2:25pm, Officer Shelly Church from the Plymouth Police Department responded to Car Masters on North Michigan Street in Plymouth in reference to a wanted subject that was on the property. Arriving at the scene Officer Church located Scott M. Weaver 26, of  Plymouth and placed him under arrest...
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Speical Performance of Youth Orchestra

February 13, 2012
Speical Performance of Youth Orchestra

02/14/12 The Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra Chamber Ensemble gave a private performance on Monday, February 6. The concert was held in Plymouth at the First United Methodist Church and sponsored by the Women of Worth (W.O.W.) Group. Performers: Sarah Tanner, Allie Tharp, Gabriele Hill, Leah Smith, Hugh Smith
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LEAD Flies to Fight Hunger

February 13, 2012
LEAD Flies to Fight Hunger

02/14/12 The Rock will become an airport for a night as the Plymouth High School LEAD Club will take a flight against hunger. LEAD (Leaders Eliminating Alcohol and Drugs) members for the third year will host their fundraiser to help the hungry in Plymouth by selling paper airplanes to those who wish to donate...
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Coats, Bennet Send Bipartisan Letter in Support of American Bison Products

February 13, 2012
Coats, Bennet Send Bipartisan Letter in Support of American Bison Products

  02/14/12 Senators Dan Coats (R-Ind.), Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) and a bipartisan group of 31 senators today sent a letter to U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Thomas Vilsack and U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) Ambassador Ron Kirk in support of American bison exports. The letter urges the administration to provide bison producers in the...
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