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Ancilla’s Elizabeth Bailey Named Certified Nurse Educator

May 1, 2014
Ancilla’s Elizabeth Bailey Named Certified Nurse Educator

DONALDSON – Ancilla College Nursing department announced that Elizabeth Bailey has earned the designation Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) after meeting strict eligibility criteria and successfully completing a rigorous certification examination developed and administered by the National League for Nursing. Elizabeth Bailey has been a Registered Nurse since 2002 with a background in medical/surgical nursing,...
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May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

May 1, 2014
May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

05/02/14 May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month and the Indiana State Police remind all motorists and motorcyclists to share the road and practice safe driving habits. Many serious and fatal crashes occur when motorists turn in front of motorcyclists. Be aware of motorcycles, especially at intersections and while making turns and lane changes. It...
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Trooper Catches Suspect with Farmers Help

May 1, 2014
Trooper Catches Suspect with Farmers Help

Kosciusko County – Indiana State Police Lieutenant Chad Larsh was driving to a meeting last week in rural Kosciusko County when an erratic driver caught his attention. Minutes later Larsh was chasing the man down with the assistance of local farmer in a tractor. Larsh, who is the Bremen Post Commander, was running the...
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Pilgrims take third straight road win in NLC

May 1, 2014

SYRACUSE – Plymouth’s Pilgrims completed a very difficult feat in NLC baseball competition – a 2-0 win at Wawasee made it three straight wins away from home in conference play. “I just tell the guys when you walk off the bus expect to win,” said Plymouth head coach Ryan Wolfe. “That’s got to be...
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Robinson breaks LJH record

May 1, 2014
Robinson breaks LJH record


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Scoreboard 5-1-14

May 1, 2014

Baseball Plymouth 2, Wawasee 0 Bremen 21, LaVille 0 JV BASEBALL PLYMOUTH PILGRIMS 002 321 2 -- 10 WAWASEE 010 100 4 -- 6 WP Cam Eveland LP- Sam Rookstool. 2B--George Stults,Jeremy Splix, Harrison Shortill, Stephon Miller, Spencer Prescott. 3B--George Stults (2). HR--Spencer Prescott. Softball Bremen 13, LaVille 3 WP – Shannon Arndt (B)...
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PHS softball honors teachers

May 1, 2014
PHS softball honors teachers

On Wednesday evening, the Plymouth Softball team hosted their first ever Teacher Appreciation Night before their game against Wawasee. Each girl on the team wrote a personal letter inviting a teacher they feel is making a difference. By attending the game, each teacher received a team poster, a signed softball, a decal and pizza provided...
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Health Issue for Superintendent Tyree

May 1, 2014
Health Issue for Superintendent Tyree

05/01/14 Plymouth Schools Superintendent Daniel Tyree readily admits he hasn’t taken very good care of himself over the years; however health concerns now are forcing him to be diligent to details. Tyree said he has been very open about the fact that he has kidney disease and will have to keep a regular schedule...
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Tickets for Blueberry Concert with Montgomery Gentry on Sale Saturday

May 1, 2014
Tickets for Blueberry Concert with Montgomery Gentry on Sale Saturday

05/01/14  The Marshall County Blueberry Festival presents Kentucky natives and Vocal Duo of the Year, Montgomery Gentry to Centennial Park on Friday, August 29th at 8:00 P.M.  Montgomery Gentry composed of vocalists Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry are known for their 2002 Country Chart Hit “My Town” and 2011 “Where I Come From”. A...
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Youth Leadership Marshall County Promotes Community Service

May 1, 2014
Youth Leadership Marshall County Promotes Community Service

The Youth Leadership Marshall County (YLMC) members participated in an all-day community service event on Saturday, April 26th. Eleven of the members were present. Leading up to the all-day event, the YLMC youth had taken a tour of non-profit organizations around Marshall County in November of this past year. The group then chose two...
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