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Special guests for DMHO’s upcoming Christmas show

November 26, 2010

NASHVILLE — When Denver and the Mile High Orchestra take the stage on Dec. 2 at Plymouth Wesleyan Church they’ll be performing with a very special guest star – the Plymouth High School Jazz Band.

New agriculture course at PHS

November 26, 2010

PLYMOUTH — Plymouth High School students will now have another course offering to choose from beginning in the fall of 2011.
Kelli Hoffman, teacher in the the Agriculture Science Department, received the unanimous approval of the school board on November 18 to add an Advanced Life Science, (ALS) Food Science Course I to the other courses within the department.
Following is a description of the new course:

Death Notices 11-25-10: Donald E. Coffin Sr., David H. Stalnaker, Ray Burkholder, Genevere C. See

November 26, 2010

Donald E. Coffin Sr.           
Nov. 23, 2010
GROVERTOWN — Donald E. Coffin, Sr., 75, died Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010 in St. Joseph Regional Medical Center, Plymouth. 

Margaurite L. McHargue

November 26, 2010

April 22, 1932 – Nov. 23, 2010
PLYMOUTH — Margaurite L. “Maggie” McHargue, 78, died at 10:45 a.m. Tuesday, November 23, 2010 in the home of her daughter and in the care of her loving family.
Maggie was born in Plymouth on April 22, 1932, the daughter of John T. and Ada R. (Watkins) Gaines. She attended Plymouth schools and was a lifetime Plymouth resident who formerly resided in the Westgate Apartments.

Bremen defensive in win over Argos

November 26, 2010

ARGOS — Bremen boys basketball coach Kyle Hanyzewski was itching to see his new-look Lions play.
You could see why during Wednesday’s season opener.
With stifling defense, Bremen jumped out to an early 18-point lead and cruised to a 44-29 victory over Argos.
“I came here saying we wanted to be 1-0, and we are,” Hanyzewski said. “As a coach and perfectionist I’m going to critique some things I didn’t like, but the bottom line is 1-0.”
Bremen’s pressure on the ball forced 24 turnovers, eight during the first quarter, which set the tone for the entire game.

Glenn gets off to shaky start but survives at Clay

November 26, 2010

SOUTH BEND — John Glenn racked up 25 turnovers, missed 19 free throws, surrendered 16 unanswered points in the first frame — and still won.
Of course, South Bend Clay clanked 15 charity tries, struggled to a 36 percent mark from the field against Glenn’s 2-3 zone and man defenses, and suffered persistent foul trouble itself.
In the season debut for both teams that looked every bit of it, the Falcons nailed all seven of their third-quarter offerings from the field, including four from downtown, to escape with a 61-54 boys basketball victory over the host Colonials Wednesday.

Glenn's Hutton to receive Falcon Award

November 26, 2010

WALKERTON — John Glenn head girls basketball coach Dan Hutton has been named the 2010 Falcon Award Winner.
He will receive the award Tuesday between Glenn’s junior varsity and varsity boys basketball game against South Bend Riley. He will also receive the Northern State Conference Service Award at the ceremony.
JV start time is slated for 6 p.m., and there will be a reception held in Hutton’s honor in the Glenn High School teachers’ lounge after the varsity contest.

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