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Archive for October, 2010

Festival of Bands this Saturday

October 7, 2010
Festival of Bands this Saturday

10/08/10 The Pride of Plymouth, currently rated 10th in the state,  will be hosting 16 other area bands this Saturday at the Plymouth High School Football Stadium during the Harvest Festival of Bands. The marching band competition begins at 4:00 P.M. with host Plymouth performing their “award winning” Reflections of Freedom performance at 9:30...
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Lt. Governor Raises Awareness of Utility Conservation Measures at Home Energy Conservation Day Event

October 7, 2010
Lt. Governor Raises Awareness of Utility Conservation Measures at Home Energy Conservation Day Event

10/08/10 Lt. Governor Becky Skillman today urged Hoosiers to prepare for the winter heating season by taking advantage of assistance offered through the state or taking steps around your house to reduce energy bills.  “Whether you turn your thermostat down, replace your home’s insulation, or add caulking to windows, there are many options for...
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10/7/10 Opinion Show

October 7, 2010


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10/6/10 (Congreeman Donnelly; Cemetery Vandels caught)

October 7, 2010


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10/5/10 Opinion Show

October 7, 2010


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10/4/10 Opinion Show

October 7, 2010


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10/1/10 Opinion Show

October 7, 2010


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Plymouth suffers 1st loss in regular season since 2008!

October 7, 2010


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2 Suspects Arrested for Cemetery Vandalism, 2 Juveniles Released to Parents

October 6, 2010
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10/07/10 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter held a press conference Wednesday morning to announce the arrest of two suspects for the vandalism in Oak Hill Cemetery.  Early Sunday morning September 26th approximately 110 gravestones were damaged by vandals.  More than 20 of the gravestones were damaged beyond repair.  Damage is estimated to be more than...
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Commissioners Issue Burn Ban

October 6, 2010
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10/07/10 Due to the extremely dry conditions the Marshall County Board of Commissioners, with the support of the majority of the local Fire Chiefs, have issued a disaster proclamation restricting open burning thru out the entire county. The Fire Chiefs and Commissioners agree that Marshall County is immediately threatened by a natural disaster-specifically county...
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