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Ancilla Postpones “College for Adult Learners Event Tonight

December 11, 2013
Ancilla Postpones “College for Adult Learners Event Tonight

    12/11/13 Today’s snow is forcing Ancilla College to reschedule this evening’s free workshop is being rescheduled for next week. “College for Adult Learners” is now set for December 18th from 6 to 7:30 pm (EDT). The workshop, which includes free planning, financial aid, and program materials, will provide adults with key information...
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Wednesday’s Sports Report

December 11, 2013

Plymouth’s Pilgrims dropped a tough decision at home to South Bend St. Joe last night by a score of 46-39 in a game you heard right here on WTCA.   The Pilgrims took their first lead in the game at the 6:30 mark in the fourth quarter but were unable to hold on against...
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South Bend Man Arrested for Culver Thefts

December 10, 2013
South Bend Man Arrested for Culver Thefts

  12/11/13  On Monday, December 9th at 4:30 in the morning Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy Nicholas Laffoon located a vehicle in the parking lot of the LaPaz McDonalds that had possibly been involved in thefts in the Culver area earlier in the year. The vehicle was also suspected to have been involved in some...
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Students Will Make-Up Missed Days Due to Well Problems

December 10, 2013
Students Will Make-Up Missed Days Due to Well Problems

  12/11/13 Students at LaVille Jr.-Sr. High School got an extra couple of days off this is week due to more problems with the building’s well. This latest problem has resulted in students missing eight days this month. Union-North United Schools Superintendent, Mitchell Mawhorter ,said, “It’s déjà vu all over again.” All the students...
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Candlelight Vigil for Brandie Peltz Tonight

December 10, 2013
Candlelight Vigil for Brandie Peltz Tonight

  12/11/13 A candlelight prayer vigil in honor of Brandie Peltz will be held tonight on the Court House lawn.  Brandie was 11 years old when she was murdered in her rural Argos home. Citizens are invited to gather on the North Center Street side of the Court House lawn just before 6:30 p.m. ...
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Knox Man Arrested for Shoplifting

December 10, 2013
Knox Man Arrested for Shoplifting

  12/11/13 On Monday, December 9th at 2:13 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Bob DeLee responded to the Plymouth Wal-Mart in reference to a shoplifter that fled from the Asset Protection employees.  A short time later, 25 year old David J. Ritchie of Knox was located and stopped at the intersection of Jim Neu and Oak...
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Board of Public Works Approved Fuel & Street Material Bids

December 10, 2013
Board of Public Works Approved Fuel & Street Material Bids

  12/11/13 The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety accepted the recommendation of Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt to accept the fixed bid rate from North Central Coop for the city’s 2014 fuel supplies.  Marquardt said the city has used the fixed rate the past two years with success, saving an average of 10...
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PHS Annual Christmas Spectacular Show this Weekend

December 10, 2013
PHS Annual Christmas Spectacular Show this Weekend

  12/11/13 The annual Plymouth High School “Christmas Spectacular” show will open on this weekend with shows on Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium.   This will be the first year that the show will be performed on two separate evenings. The Christmas Spectacular is a holiday variety show...
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Park Dept. Accepting Letters for Santa

December 10, 2013
Park Dept. Accepting Letters for Santa

  12/11/13 Christmas is only two weeks away and Santa Claus has placed a mailbox in the front of Centennial Park on Michigan Street for your child to drop off their letters.    Have your children write a letter to Santa Claus and make sure to put a return address on it so that Santa...
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“Bounce for Boo” and now Send a Card

December 10, 2013
“Bounce for Boo” and now Send a Card

  12/11/13  Marcelino “Boo” Linder Arbuckle is a 5 year old Kindergartener student at Webster Elementary School.  Recently diagnosed with Desmoid Fibromatosis which is a rare cancer that affects small children with tumors that are 100% cancer, he was sent to Riley’s Children’s Hospital for chemo and after 7 weeks of chemo therapy the...
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