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Ancilla College Names Dean’s List, Honor’s List Recipients for Fall

December 16, 2011
Ancilla College Names Dean’s List, Honor’s List Recipients for Fall

12/19/11 Ancilla College has announced its fall 2011 Dean’s List and Honor’s List recipients. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, students must earn a 3.5 GPA or above and carry at least 12 credit hours during the semester.  Those eligible for the Academic Honors List must have a 3.5 GPA for the semester...
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Good Deeds Bring Good Luck to Plymouth Woman

December 15, 2011
Good Deeds Bring Good Luck to Plymouth Woman

12/16/11 Buying a CollegeChoice CD 529 Savings Plan for one of her granddaughters isn’t Marilyn Fortin’s only good deed. Purchasing the certificate of deposit for a granddaughter’s college education automatically entered her into a contest for two free tickets to Sunday’s Indianapolis Colts game against the Tennessee Titans.  When CollegeChoice CD called the Plymouth,...
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Minor Injuries in Two Vehicle Accident

December 15, 2011
Minor Injuries in Two Vehicle Accident

12/16/11 On Wednesday, December 14th at 4:41 p.m. Patrolman Les McFarland with the Marshall County Police Department responded to a two vehicle accident at the intersection of US 6 and Miami Trail.  During the investigation it was learned that Michelle M. Skarbek 47, of South Bend was traveling northbound on Miami Trail in her...
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Peregrin Donate Tazer to Sheriff Reserves

December 15, 2011
Peregrin Donate Tazer to Sheriff Reserves

12/16/11 Bob Zahm of Peregrin Heating and Cooling recently donated a new Tazer to Marshall County Sheriff’s Reserve Captain Rodney Ronk.  Tazers average about $800 each with refill cartridges costing about $20 each.  The Marshall County Reserve Unit depends mostly on donations and fundraisers for equipment needed to serve the community.   They recently purchase...
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Teaching Staff for School of Inquiry Announced

December 15, 2011
Teaching Staff for School of Inquiry Announced

12/16/11 Charlotte Tyree and Jennifer Felke will be forming an integrated class of 21st Century Communication. The class will include writing, technology, presentations, public speaking skills, and the use of different forms of media. Tyree has taught at Plymouth High School since 1995. Prior to 1995, she taught at Wawasee High School starting in...
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Santa at Conservation Clubhouse Tonight

December 15, 2011
Santa at Conservation Clubhouse Tonight

12/16/11 Tonight (Friday, December 16) from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., the Plymouth Park Department will be hosting a special time for kids and their families at the Conservation Clubhouse.  The evening includes a visit from Santa, sleigh rides, cookies, hot cocoa, and carolers. Centier Bank is generously sponsoring the sleigh rides for the Plymouth...
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Argos Town Council Sponsors Christmas Light Contest

December 15, 2011
Argos Town Council Sponsors Christmas Light Contest

12/16/11 The Argos Town Council will, again, be sponsoring an outdoor Christmas light decorating contest.  This contest has been a tradition for several years. Residents are able to win $50 for third place, $100 for second place or $200 for first place.  A representative from the Pilot News will cruse Argos and determine the winners.  The winners will be...
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Swan Lake Resort Donated to Bread of Life

December 15, 2011
Swan Lake Resort Donated to Bread of Life

12/16/11 Swan Lake Resort employees conducted a food drive over the last two weeks to benefit the Bread of Life. Bread of Life, located on LaPorte Street in Plymouth, provides food at no charge to area residents in need. in addition to the food donations, the employees presented Bread of Life Treasurer Helen Beedy...
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Retirements on Plymouth School Board Agenda

December 15, 2011
Retirements on Plymouth School Board Agenda

12/16/11 The Plymouth School Board approved the retirements of several staff members at a regularly scheduled meeting on December 13. Those retiring effective at the end of the school year, June 30, 2012 include: Tillie Kain, Riverside, Grade 6; Rodger Smith, Administration, Assistant Superintendent; Monty Pedan, PHS, Foreign Language; Alice Huff, Washington Elementary, Grade...
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Waterloo Police Officer Shot Two Suspects Sought

December 15, 2011
Waterloo Police Officer Shot Two Suspects Sought

 12/16/11 The Indiana State Police, along with numerous law enforcement agencies in and around DeKalb County have concluded their search for two people that are alleged to have shot a Waterloo police officer early this morning. According to Detective Mark Heffelfinger and DeKalb County Prosecutor ClaraMary Winebrenner, sometime before 3:00 am, an unknown white...
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