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Compuware gets past CGA

January 17, 2015

GIRLS HOCKEY COMPUWARE (Detroit) 2, CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 1 at Culver Second Period C – Julieann White (Sammy Williams), pp. CGA – Natasha Wanless (Mackenzie Toth, Gabrielle Slykas), pp. Third Period C – Jacqueline White (Emily Callahan). Goalies: Bailey Hamill (Compuware), Molly Singewald (CGA).
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CMA takes Whiting

January 17, 2015

BOYS BASKETBALL CULVER MILITARY 60, WHITING 40 at Culver Whiting (40): Joseph Hawkins 7 Ada, Zovich 0, Jon Alonso 2, Victor Quinones 3, Mitch Alicea 0, Martin Petruf 22, Dalvyn Lema 0, Damien Resa 6, Kevin King 0. Totals: 10-3 11/16 40. CMA (60): Elijah Miller 26, Ignas Masiulionis 7, Stu Johnston 1, Dylan...
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Pilgrims take third straight

January 17, 2015

PLYMOUTH – Things continue to be on the upswing for Plymouth Pilgrims as they ended an important weekend with a second win with a 54-39 win over LaPorte. “All the credit goes to our players they are coming in with a great attitude to improve,” said Plymouth head coach Ryan Bales. “It’s important that...
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Lady Pilgrims take second straight

January 17, 2015

PLYMOUTH – Effort continues to be the key and Plymouth’s Lady Pilgrims gave no lack of that in a 46-24 home win over NLC foe Concord Saturday. “I thought we were ready to go,” said Plymouth head coach Dave Duncan. “We want to build on that from here out. Obviously there is a few...
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PHS Robotics Team Qualifies for U.S. Open Robotics Championship

January 17, 2015
PHS Robotics Team Qualifies for U.S. Open Robotics Championship

Congratulations to Plymouth High School Robotics Team 586B.  They qualified for and received an invitation to the U.S. Open Robotics Championship to be held in Council Bluffs, Iowa this April! Way to go!   Pictured from left to right: Jessica Doody-10th grade, Emory Smith-10th grade, Jason Doody-12th grade, Noah Harrell-10th grade, Dennis Miley-9th grade,...
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Marshall County F.O.P 130 Donates Smoke Detectors

January 17, 2015
Marshall County F.O.P 130 Donates Smoke Detectors

Marshall County F.O.P. 130 has recently been obtaining donations of smoke detectors and other home fire equipment from local retailers to distribute to local fire departments.  This past December a resident of Culver tragically lost her life in a house fire.  During the investigation it was learned that a working smoke detector could have...
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North Central Area Vocational Cooperative Open Houses

January 17, 2015
North Central Area Vocational Cooperative Open Houses

A career choice makes a big difference to your future.  It affects how much money you make, your lifestyle and the satisfaction you feel from what you do every day.  Your Choices … Your Possibilities … Your FutureAre Limited Only By Your Imagination! The North Central Area Vocational Cooperative has a number of programs available to help...
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M.C. Church Orchestra Practices at Miller’s

January 16, 2015
M.C. Church Orchestra Practices at Miller’s

Members of the Marshall County Church Orchestra met together Thursday evening for an informal practice session at Miller’s Senior Living Community.  The MCCO is on winter hiatus until rehearsals begin in March of 2015.  However several small groups and ensembles within the MCCO will still meet for rehearsal and will perform at various nursing...
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Plymouth Library to Offer Saturday Enrichment

January 16, 2015
Plymouth Library to Offer Saturday Enrichment

The Plymouth Public Library is pleased to present Saturday Enrichment! The fourth Saturday of every month will bring a new activity for kids ages nine and up. January’s program for Saturday Enrichment will be Oodles of Origami, the art and origins of Japanese Paper Folding. Learn the history behind this amazing art while having...
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Brownfield Assessment Grant Meeting

January 16, 2015

Just over a dozen people attended the Brownfield Assessment Grant meeting last night in the County Building. A brownfield is described by the Environmental Protection Agency as a property where the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant. The $600,000 grant...
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