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“12 Angry Jurors” at Triton

November 20, 2014
“12 Angry Jurors” at Triton

Triton Jr.-Sr. High School will present the play “Twelve Angry Jurors” this weekend, Saturday, November 22nd (7:30 PM) and Sunday, November 23rd (3:00 PM). Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students. The cast is pictured painting the sets and rehearsing their scenes.
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“Tree of Warmth” Plymouth Chamber of Commerce November 17th- December 19th

November 20, 2014
“Tree of Warmth” Plymouth Chamber of Commerce November 17th- December 19th

The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce has a Christmas Tree on display in their office, for individuals and businesses to decorate it with socks. They will be taking donations from November 17 until December 19 of socks. The socks will then be donated to the Marshall County Neighborhood Center. Connie Holzwart said, “Help us spread...
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PHS Lady Bowlers Roll-Over John Glenn

November 20, 2014
PHS Lady Bowlers Roll-Over John Glenn

On the night of Wednesday, November 19th, the Plymouth High School girls’ bowling team took on John Glenn Falcons at Quick Lanes. The Plymouth girls bowled an outstanding game, with each player bowling above their average. The girls rolled in another victory, 14-6. Bowling for Plymouth were juniors Ashley Shepperd (176-168), Katie McDonald (123-131),...
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Buy Camping Online to Give as the Ideal Gift

November 20, 2014
Buy Camping Online to Give as the Ideal Gift

This year, for the first time, you can buy camping gift cards online for Department of Natural Resources camping. That means you can give the gift of camping and other related reservations to your outdoorsy friends from the comfort of your home or office. This card may be used to make reservations or register...
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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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