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Ancilla Soccer Best in School History

November 20, 2014
Ancilla Soccer Best in School History

Ancilla Charger soccer has been a force to be reckoned with this fall. Earlier in the season the team found themselves at the top of the Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCAA) standings and were tied for first place in the NJCAA Region XII standings. Ancilla was also ranked #15 nationally at this point....
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Lincoln splits with Valley

November 20, 2014

Seventh Grade The 7th grade Redstorm had a tough split in Wednesday nights games vs Tippy Valley.  The A team lost a heartbreaker 39-33.  The home team struggled with foul trouble most of the night and could not sustain their half time lead.  Playing with a broken hand in limited minutes, Trey Galloway lead the team...
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Donald E. Sheldon – 47 – from North Liberty

November 20, 2014
Donald E. Sheldon – 47 – from North Liberty

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Will the County Health Department Move?

November 20, 2014
Will the County Health Department Move?

It appears that the County Building is getting a bit too crowded. Tuesday night Wes Burden from the County Health Department told his board that a commissioner and two county council members came to his office and said the prosecutor’s office needs more room and the logical expansion would be to move over to...
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Lots of Interest in the Commerce Shell Building

November 19, 2014
Lots of Interest in the Commerce Shell Building

Members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission were updated by City Attorney Sean Surrisi on the Garmong Commerce Building in TIF District #3. Surrisi said, “There’s been a lot of activity out there.” Mayor Mark Senter and Surrisi met with a prospect on Monday and they have another meeting on Thursday. He said, “It seems...
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Bomb Threat at Culver High School

November 19, 2014
Bomb Threat at Culver High School

A bomb threat at the Culver Jr./Sr. High School just before 1 Wednesday sent students and staff to the elementary building. Superintendent Dr. Vickie McGuire said, “A note was written on a bathroom wall, most likely by a student but we implemented our procedures and evacuated the building.” She said the note was very...
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Commissioners Updated on October Tax Sale

November 19, 2014
Commissioners Updated on October Tax Sale

Marshall County Treasurer Deb VanDeMark updated the county commissioners on the most recent tax sale. On October 27th a total of 80 properties were listed on the tax lien sale conducted by SRI. Of the 80 properties 44 sold leaving 36. VanDeMark highlighted several properties on the list that have been in conversation prior...
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Marshall County Community Foundation Announces Special Grant Round to Celebrate Indiana Bicentennial

November 19, 2014
Marshall County Community Foundation Announces  Special Grant Round to Celebrate Indiana Bicentennial

Indiana’s official 200th birthday is December 11, 2016, but initiatives across the state will commemorate the bicentennial leading up to and during 2016 and into the future. Indiana’ past and present are worth celebrating and there are abundant opportunities for local celebrations, projects and programs to reflect upon 200 years of progress with genuine...
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Redevelopment Commission Updated on Projects

November 19, 2014
Redevelopment Commission Updated on Projects

City Engineer Rick Gaul had good news for members of the Redevelopment Commission. The Oak Road improvement project which has been completed for more than 2 years has finally been closed out. On November 5th INDOT finalized the project. City Attorney Sean Surrisi updated members of the Commission on the River Park Square Project....
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Christmas Tree Lighting & Parade of Lights Celebration Downtown Plymouth November 28th

November 19, 2014

Santa is coming to town! Welcome him to Plymouth, on Friday evening November 28. The festivities begin at 5:30 p.m. where you can listen to sounds of local choirs singing holiday jingles, ice sculptures will be on display and kids can make a free craft at the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce. The Parade of...
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