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Archive for January, 2013

Menominee Students Dunk Principal Dunn

January 20, 2013
Menominee Students Dunk Principal Dunn

  01/21/13 Menominee Elementary Principal Michael Dunn got into “hot water” for the sixth year in a row for his pledge to students who met AR (Accelerated Reader) reading goals. Dunn climbed into a dunk tank on Thursday of last week and let some 300 kids and teachers throw balls at the target that,...
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Commissioner’s Meeting Tuesday due to MLK Holiday

January 20, 2013
Commissioner’s Meeting Tuesday due to MLK Holiday

  01/21/13 The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Tuesday morning due to the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Monday.  Agenda for the meeting includes Sheriff Tom Chamberlin and Prosecutor David Holmes who need to discuss the dramatic increase in the contract for Great Lakes Lab. County Attorney Jim Clevenger told the County Council...
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December 2012 IN Employment Report

January 20, 2013
December 2012 IN Employment Report

01/21/13 Indiana’s private sector employment grew by 8,300 jobs in December, further bolstering a remarkable year of job gains.  The Hoosier State added nearly 54,000 jobs in 2012, the largest growth in a calendar year in over a decade. Private sector employment in Indiana is not at almost 97 percent of pre-recession levels.  Claims...
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St. Rep. Harman Speak of Work Underway at Statehouse

January 20, 2013
St. Rep. Harman Speak of Work Underway at Statehouse

  01/21/13 “It has been quite an exciting start to my first term serving as your state representative.” said Tim Harman.   During these first weeks in the Statehouse, he has had the opportunity to meet Governor Mitch Daniels and thank him for his service to the state of Indiana. He also attended the inauguration...
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Artwork of Barb Peden on Display at Culver Library

January 20, 2013
Artwork of Barb Peden on Display at Culver Library

  01/21/13 Culver-Union Township Public Library welcomes Barb Peden as their artist of the month for January. Barb, an Argos native, is a retired nurse. A student of Dorothy Blodgett in South Bend, Barb has enjoyed decorative painting with acrylics for the past 14 years.  Barb is a member of The Society of Decorative Painters. She...
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Warning for Extreme Cold Weather

January 20, 2013
Warning for Extreme Cold Weather

  01/21/13The National Weather Service is advising that the very cold air will continue into early this week. The temperatures will be extremely cold with highs only in the teens and lows in the single digits. Bitterly cold wind chills are likely Monday night and early Tuesday. When the temperatures drop people, property, and...
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Freshmen B-ballers win another

January 19, 2013

The Plymouth Freshmen Boys Basketball team won again on Thursday night against Wawasee by a score of 42-19.  The Pilgrims turned in a dominant performance being led by Matt Friar who scored 16 of his game high, 18 points, in the first half.  They had a solid lead at halftime with a 29-10 advantage. ...
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Coaches Corner 1/19/2013

January 19, 2013


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Pilgrims improve to 11-2 with win at Wawasee

January 19, 2013
Pilgrims improve to 11-2 with win at Wawasee

  The Plymouth Pilgratims traveled to Wawasee Friday night for an NLC battle at the “Hardcourt Tee-Pee”.  The end result was another win for the visitors 57-30 over the Warriors.  Plymouth improves to 11-2 (2-2 NLC).   “I felt this game was one of the those, “surprise” games for us.  In the sense that...
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’09 CMA Grad to March in Inaugural Parade

January 18, 2013
’09 CMA Grad to March in Inaugural Parade

01/21/13  Jan Garrison, Assistant Director of Publications for the Culver Academies found an interesting tidbit that ties CMA to West Point and the Presidential Inaugural Parade on Monday. Another Culver Academies graduate, Tommy Ott ’09 will be one of the 90 U.S. Military Academy cadets marching in the parade. The cadets were chosen by...
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