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Songs of a snowflake

December 17, 2010

Cortni Cook, front and center, sings a song as Crystal Snowflake during a second performance of fifth grade classes from Riverside Intermediate School this week. Pictured around the soloist are (front) Kevin Sibal; Kirkland Hettich as Rudolph; Carlee Donathen (left of Cook) and Bryon Whitaker (right); and back: Laura Orozco Rosario, Sydney Holzwart, and Taylor Brown.
Photo by Greg Hildebrand

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Steady giving has United Way near campaign goal

December 17, 2010

PLYMOUTH — Slow but sure wins the race, but that doesn’t make it any easier to wait.
“It’s really kind of a strange thing this year but for whatever reason many of the campaigns are running late this year,” said Jennifer Maddox, Executive Director of United Way of Marshall County. “I’m optimistic that we’re going to reach our goal but we won’t have final numbers for awhile yet because so many businesses haven’t completed their drives.”
One local company has been “in the clubhouse” on their drive for quite awhile. Not only was it a quick one, it was a big success.

Death Notices 12-17-10: Clinton 'Bud' Crull, Elbert V. Young

December 17, 2010

Clinton 'Bud' Crull
Dec. 15, 2010
ROCHESTER — Clinton  “Bud” Crull, 76, of Rochester, died at 1:41 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010 at Woodlawn Hospital.
He is survived by a daughter, Angel Crull of Leiters Ford; two sons, Nathan Crull of Leiters Ford and John “Chewy” Crull, and wife Debbie, of Leiters Ford; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; a sister, Patsy Daley, and husband John, of Forida; and a brother, Charles Crull, and wife Mary Jo, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Private family services will be held. 
  Arrangements have been entrusted to the Good Family Funeral Home.

NorthWood escapes Plymouth with win on Senior Night

December 17, 2010

PLYMOUTH — What should have been an enjoyable Senior Night for the Plymouth wrestlers quickly turned sour as the Northwood Panthers jumped out to an early lead.
The Rockies rebounded to make things interesting, but couldn’t quite cinch the pinfall they needed at the end, and the Panthers escaped Plymouth with a narrow 36-34 Northern Lakes Conference win Thursday.

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