Archive - May 2013
PLYMOUTH â€“ The Ancilla College Golf Classic has sold out for the fifth year in a row with a full field of 40 teams, but the college is still looking for sponsors, Ancilla announced Tuesday.
â€śWe work hard to put together a top-notch golf outing that everyone will enjoy,â€ť said event organizer Tom Sibal.Â â€śBusinesses in the area are very generous and make it possible for Ancilla College to put on a tournament that has everyone going home happy, no matter how they play.â€ť
PLYMOUTH â€” In an invitation only meeting with members of the Plymouth and Culver Chambers of Commerce and a few local officials, Congresswoman Jackie Walorski listened, took notes and commented on local and regional concerns Tuesday afternoon in Plymouth.
It was the culmination of a 10-county, two-day â€ťBuilding Better Businessâ€ť tour across her district to touch base with the business community.
ARGOS - As an Argos teen continues to fight for her life an entire community is rallying around her and her family.
Courtney DeMont was critically injured in a vehicle accident on Kenilworth Road on April 18. Since then Courtney has been in critical care slowly fighting back from her injuries, while the entire Marshall County Community has prayed for her recovery.
Courtneyâ€™s father Dan DeMont told friends and family yesterday that her recovery continues as doctors begin the weaning process to take her off a ventilator currently helping her breath.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Community Resource Center has a boost in the checkbook for a clinic expansion project on East Washington Street, but it did not get a loan it requested from the City.
Plymouth Town Council members approved a resolution granting the Center $100,000, but denied an additional $75,00 loan request. This decision was made at the council meeting Monday night.