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Sunrise Chapel Closes Doors after 56 Years

December 1, 2014
Sunrise Chapel Closes Doors after 56 Years

A little more than 56 years ago, on June 15, 1958, Mrs. Norma Bare of Plymouth was among the 43 persons who attended the first morning worship service at the Plymouth Public Library of a church group that would later be named Sunrise Chapel. On Sunday, November 16, 2014, Mrs. Bare was one of...
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Plymouth Lady Bowlers fall to New Prairie

December 1, 2014
Plymouth Lady Bowlers fall to New Prairie

On Wednesday, November 26th the Plymouth girls’ bowling team hosted senior night at Quick’s Lanes and fought a long hard battle against the New Prairie Cougars. Although not once giving up, the Plymouth girls’ fell 3-17 with total pins at 1276-1479. Bowling for Plymouth were seniors, Denise Altheide (94-96) and Cassidy Morris (127-99). Juniors...
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Don’t Fall for Tech Support Scam

December 1, 2014
Don’t Fall for Tech Support Scam

Be wary of phone calls or online pop-up ads from companies claiming to offer tech support services for your computer. These scammers use software designed to trick consumers into thinking there are problems with their computers and then make high-pressure, deceptive sales pitches for needless or phony tech support services. The Federal Trade Commission...
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State of Indiana Submits Comments Urging EPA to Withdraw Proposed Carbon Dioxide Rules

December 1, 2014
State of Indiana Submits Comments Urging EPA to Withdraw Proposed Carbon Dioxide Rules

Indianapolis – Monday, the State of Indiana through the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, the Indiana Office of Energy Development, the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor, the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission and the Indiana Department of Natural Resources submitted comments to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) urging the agency to withdraw its proposed...
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Triton 6th Grade Ancient Olympic Competition

December 1, 2014
Triton 6th Grade Ancient Olympic Competition

The 6th graders at Triton Elementary recently had their annual “Ancient Olympic Competition” at the Old Gym. The sixth graders learned about the Ancient Olympics and researched the specific City-State that they would be representing. Some of the events recreated in the Olympics are: Pentathlon, Pankration, Javelin, Discus, Chariot Race, Race in Armor, and...
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Roger B. Wise – 77 – from Plymouth

December 1, 2014
Roger B. Wise – 77 – from Plymouth

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Helen J. Greer – 92 – from Plymouth

December 1, 2014
Helen J. Greer – 92 – from Plymouth

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Chargers win at home

December 1, 2014

PLYMOUTH, IN – The Ancilla men’s basketball team won their fourth straight game with a 96-72 victory over visiting Edison Community College. Ancilla is now 6-2 overall and 5-0 at home. “The guys gave a very focused effort today,” began Ancilla coach Aaron Butcher. It was a solid win over a quality opponent. We...
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Richard E. Zeigler, Sr. – 67 – from Plymouth

December 1, 2014

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Carole A. Sarber – 80 – of Plymouth

December 1, 2014
Carole A. Sarber – 80 – of Plymouth

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