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OLIVER FORD LINCOLN MERCURY’S DRIVE ONE 4UR SCHOOL EVENT RAISES $6000 FOR PHS SPORTS BOOSTERS

June 30, 2010
OLIVER FORD LINCOLN MERCURY’S DRIVE ONE 4UR SCHOOL EVENT RAISES $6000 FOR PHS SPORTS BOOSTERS

06/30/10 The recent Drive One 4UR School fundraiser sponsored by Oliver Ford Lincoln Mercury and Ford Motor Co. raised $6000 for Plymouth High School Athletic Boosters Club.  Ford donated $20 for each person who drove one of the vehicles in its current lineup.  Over 300 members of the community participated in the unique event...
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THE LATEST “POLITICS AS USUAL”

June 30, 2010

Early in the last Plymouth City elections the candidates were publishing their very limited preliminary background information. At that time, the only distinguishing attributes published for the now Mayor Senter were that he was a retired State Policeman and a Boy Scout leader. Since I had no previous knowledge of Mayor Senter or his...
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GROWTH FOR LOCAL BUSINESS, EVEN IN TOUGH ECONOMY

June 30, 2010
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06/30/10 When Ann and Jeff Stuber opened their first Home Instead Senior Care office ten years ago, they were optimistic they would succeed, but there was no way to anticipate the actual growth their business has experienced.  Very soon, they will open their third office in Plymouth, in addition to established offices in South...
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J.P. Plymouth LLC Committed to Finishing Comfort Suites

June 30, 2010
J.P. Plymouth LLC Committed to Finishing Comfort Suites

06/30/10 On July 13, 2009 the Plymouth Building Commissioner approved the building permit for Comfort Suites at 2513 North Michigan Street.  Citizens have been questioning since February or March as to the reason why no action has been happening at the hotel.  Property owners, J.P. Plymouth LLC in Mishawaka said in a phone interview,...
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Indiana to begin offering Online Voter Registration this week

June 30, 2010
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06/30/10 Julie Fox, Marshall County Clerk, joins Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita in announcing that beginning July 1, Indiana residents will gain the ability to register to vote online. Online Voter Registration will become the newest addition to www.indianavoters.com and will allow Indiana residents to submit a voter registration application electronically to the...
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Pick-Up Truck Destroyed in Fire

June 30, 2010
Pick-Up Truck Destroyed in Fire

06/30/10 The Plymouth Fire Department responded to a pick up truck fire at 17836 12th Road Monday morning.  The 9-1-1 call came in at 8:02 Monday morning sending firefighters to the farm just that is just east of State Road 17. The engine compartment was fully engulfed when fire crews arrived on the scene. ...
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Plymouth Police Make Arrests

June 30, 2010
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06/30/10 On Saturday, June 26th at 12:46 AM Officer Jason Dobbins with the Plymouth Police Department responded to Kroger’s in reference to a shoplifter.  Upon arriving at Kroger’s Officer Dobbins arrested 54 year old Barbara L. Wedgeworth of Adams Street for theft.  She was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked on a...
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Garbage Truck Snaps Utility Pole on Hoham

June 30, 2010
Garbage Truck Snaps Utility Pole on Hoham

06/30/10 Plymouth firefighters responded to a traffic accident involving a garbage truck the struck a utility pole at 2:37 p.m. Monday afternoon.  An Allied Waste garbage truck was traveling east on Hoham Drive and struck a utility pole that was on the south side of the road next to the American Container parking lot. ...
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Plymouth Schools Director of Food Services Qualifies For National Certification

June 30, 2010
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06/30/10  Plymouth Schools Director of Food Services, Gloria Burnam, has qualified for certification with the National School Nutrition Association after completing classes in “Healthy Edge” She also completed course work for certification on “Serve Safe” from the National Restaurant Association. Even after 16 years of feeding students, staff and often parents, Burnam still looks...
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Encore opes Music in the Park with Wilderness Songs

June 30, 2010
Encore opes Music in the Park with Wilderness Songs

06/30/10 Encore Performing Arts will be kicking off their 2010 season with Music in the Park at the Young Amphitheater on Friday, July 2.  This year, the park series will be on Fridays during the month of July. Wilderness Songs, a group of folk artists who sing tales about America’s settlement start the season...
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