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Archive for October, 2010

City Officers Make Weekend Arrests

October 4, 2010
City Officers Make Weekend Arrests

10/05/10 A Plymouth women was arrested for failure to appear on possession of cocaine charges and failure to appear to the Marshall County Probation Department. On Friday, October 1st at 10:08 AM Plymouth Police Officer Mark Owen along with the Marshall County Probation Department located 30 year old Jamie Joseph at the Northgate Trailer...
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CONGRESSMAN DONNELLY ANNOUNCES FUNDING TO HIRE LAKEVILLE POLICE OFFICER

October 4, 2010
CONGRESSMAN DONNELLY ANNOUNCES FUNDING TO HIRE LAKEVILLE POLICE OFFICER

10/05/10 Last week Congressman Joe Donnelly announced that the Lakeville police department had received a federal grant to hire an additional police officer. The funding was received through the Department of Justice’s COPS Hiring Program. “I’m pleased that this grant will allow the Lakeville Police Department to be able to hire a new officer,”...
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Red Cross Benefit Beef & Noodle Supper

October 4, 2010
Red Cross Benefit Beef & Noodle Supper

10/05/10 Staff and residents of Miller’s Senior Living Community invite the public to take part in a win-win situation. They are hosting a Benefit Homemade Beef & Noodle Supper is Friday, October 8th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at 625 West Oakhill Avenue in Plymouth. “We are all winners in this situation in...
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TWO-THIRDS OF HOME FIRE DEATHS OCCUR IN HOMES WITH NO OR FAULTY SMOKE ALARMS

October 4, 2010
TWO-THIRDS OF HOME FIRE DEATHS OCCUR IN HOMES WITH NO OR FAULTY SMOKE ALARMS

10/05/10 Recent data from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) indicates that many homes have smoke alarms that either aren’t working or aren’t properly maintained. The most commonly cited maintenance issues were missing, disconnected or dead batteries. “Many homes in Indiana have no smoke alarms, too few smoke alarms, alarms that are too old,...
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Charger Sports: Volleyball suffers loss on the road

October 4, 2010
Charger Sports:  Volleyball suffers loss on the road

GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN – The Ancilla College volleyball team travelled to Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) opponent Grand Rapids Community College (15-2, 6-1 MCCAA) and fell to the NJCAA #7 Raiders 25-8, 25-15, 25-15. Lauren Krempec had five kills to lead the Charger attack, followed by four kills each from Jordan Hopper and...
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Undersized Rockies rolled by Concord

October 4, 2010
Undersized Rockies rolled by Concord

DUNLAP—The Plymouth Rockies were hoping to stop a brief one game losing streak against their arch rivals, the Concord Minutemen on Friday. However, size overcame speed and the Minutemen handled the Rockies 27-6. The Concord win snapped a 4 game losing streak for the Rockies who fall to 5-2 on the season, 3-2 vs...
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Gerald R. “Bob” Basehoar – 69 – of Plymouth

October 3, 2010

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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County Republicans Lambast Democrat Tactics

October 3, 2010
County Republicans Lambast Democrat Tactics

10/04/10 The Marshall County Republican Party announced Friday it is united in its support of Judy Stone for re-election to the position of County Council, District 4. “Everyone who has watched county government the last 4 years has witnessed Judy’s devotion to duty and tireless work ethic on behalf of Marshall County’s taxpayers,” said...
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Reward for Vandalism at Oak Hill Cemetery Grows to $5,000

October 3, 2010
Reward for Vandalism at Oak Hill Cemetery Grows to $5,000

10/04/10 Friday afternoon Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter and Cemetery Superintendent Jim Ousnamer along with Plymouth Police Chief Jim Cox and Investigator Ted Brown held a press conference to announced a substantial increase to the reward fund for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons involved in last week’s...
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Local Dentist to Offer FREE Smiles on October 9th

October 3, 2010
Local Dentist to Offer FREE Smiles on October 9th

Dr. Chad Shaw is out to change lives by offering free smiles to anyone who needs dental work, as he hosts the latest event for Dentistry From the Heart (DFTH) on October 9, 2010. Dr. Shaw and his team of volunteers are hoping to help those in our community who have no dental insurance...
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