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Union North School Board Appoints Interim Superitendent

September 25, 2011
Union North School Board Appoints Interim Superitendent

09/26/11 During a meeting on September 22, The Union-North United School Board unanimously approved the appointment of Julie Lauck as Interim Superintendent. Lauck will officially begin with the corporation on October 3 to coincide with the departure of current Superintendent Dr. Terry Barker. Barker was recently named as Superintendent of School City of Mishawaka....
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Worlds Best 1500 meter Runner to hold Meet & Greet at LifePlex

September 25, 2011
Worlds Best 1500 meter Runner to hold Meet & Greet at LifePlex

09/26/11 The best 1,500 meter runner in the world in 2011, Morgan Uceny, will hold a meet and greet at Fitness Forum Sports & Wellness at LifePlex in Plymouth on Wednesday, September 28th at 7PM in the LifePlex Conference room. Uceny crushed the competition in the Diamond League final in Brussels on September 16th...
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Ancilla Announces Dunk Tank Fundraiser as Part of United Way Pledge Drive

September 23, 2011
Ancilla Announces Dunk Tank Fundraiser as Part of United Way Pledge Drive

09/26/11 Ancilla College has announced the addition of a dunk tank fundraiser as part of its upcoming United Way pledge drive. The dunk tank will be open from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. EDT on Thursday, September 29, with all donations from the activity benefitting the United Way of Marshall County. Dunk tank volunteers...
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Historic Michigan Road designated as Indiana’s Newest State Byway

September 23, 2011
Historic Michigan Road designated as Indiana’s Newest State Byway

09/26/11 It is official.  The Historic Michigan Road has become Indiana’s newest state byway.  Lt. Governor Becky Skillman signed the order creating the newest state byway on September 9, 2011.  An application nominating the Michigan Road between Madison and Michigan City, Indiana was submitted to the Indiana Department of Transportation on December 21, 2010. ...
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Eberly Family Serves Rotary

September 23, 2011
Eberly Family Serves Rotary

09/26/11 In this picture are members of the Eberly family who are all currently serving Presidential terms for a division of Rotary International.  Chris Eberly, Sr. – President of the Plymouth Rotary Club; Cassandra Eberly – President of the Bethel College Rotaract Club; and Chris Eberly, Jr. – President of the Plymouth High School...
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Youth Orchestra Performance at Health Fair

September 23, 2011
Youth Orchestra Performance at Health Fair

09/26/11 Gabi Hill, Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra Director and a small group of Youth Orchestra members performed at the LifePlex Health Fair on Wednesday, September 21st. They provided background music up on the cat walk as people browsed the booths below. Sarah Flynn presented the PCYO with a donation on behalf of Mary Holm...
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Niles Haunted House Sneak Peek Collects 1,375 Pounds for Food Bank of Northern Indiana

September 23, 2011
Niles Haunted House Sneak Peek Collects 1,375 Pounds for Food Bank of Northern Indiana

09/26/11 More than 600 people got a preview of the 2011 Niles Haunted House before it opened to the general public on Friday, September 9, during a “Sneak Peek Party” to benefit the Food Bank of Northern Indiana.  The event collected 1,375 pounds of non-perishable food items to benefit the Food Bank’s 185 member...
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Francis Mark, Jr – 59 – from Plymouth

September 23, 2011

Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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LJH 8th Grade Defeats Wawasee

September 22, 2011
LJH 8th Grade Defeats Wawasee

Last night the 8th grade football team hosted Wawasee at The Rockpile and defeated them 26-8.  Offensive leaders were Steve Helm, Jeremy Splix, Bodie Neidig, and Spencer Burton all had 1 touchdown.  Issac Rich added a PAT.  Trent Graza, Sam Stone, Austin Dixon, Nick Gadberry, and Devin Straka did a great job opening holes...
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Plymouth Goes PINK

September 22, 2011
Plymouth Goes PINK

09/23/11 The citizens who live, work and play in Plymouth helped to make the city a Pink place on Thursday.  Mayor Mark Senter proclaimed Thursday, September 22nd as Plymouth goes Pink Day as part of Ounce of Prevention and the Nancy Jaynes Memorial Scholarship. Ounce of Prevention provided pink jerseys for the PHS Boys...
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