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Archive for October, 2010

Community Support Sought for Pride of Plymouth’s Trip to State Finals

October 27, 2010
Community Support Sought for Pride of Plymouth’s Trip to State Finals

10/28/10 Plymouth High School set history last Saturday as the Pride of Plymouth Marching Band finished in the top 10 out of 20 teams qualifying them to go on to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis for the State Finals this Saturday. “The Pride” has made the semi-state for 2 of last 3 years, but...
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Giant Pumpkin Drop

October 27, 2010
Giant Pumpkin Drop

10/28/10 Hensler Nursery in Hamlet will be hosting the “Giant Pumpkin Drop” this Saturday October 30th between 9:00 – 10:00 am C.T. There will be two 1000 pumpkins dropped.  One pumpkin will be dropped on a pink bulls eye to “Smash out Cancer”. The second pumpkin will be dropped on a car to raise...
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County Election Board Doesn’t Find Merit in Complaint on Stone’s Financial Report

October 26, 2010
County Election Board Doesn’t Find Merit in Complaint on Stone’s Financial Report

10/27/10 Tuesday morning the Marshall County Election Board met with a complete agenda of items. The first order of business was the review of the financial report filed by Judith Stone, candidate for Marshall County Council District 4 and the review of the formal complaint filed by Ryan Ripley on said report. Marshall County...
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Grolich Retires from City after 25+ Years

October 26, 2010
Grolich Retires from City after 25+ Years

10/27/10 Tuesday afternoon The Plymouth Fire Department was filled people offering good luck wishing and congratulations to one of the full-time paramedics who was retiring. John Grolich’s last day on duty was October 26th.  His official duties for the city were completed at midnight. Mayor Mark Senter read a proclamation that said, “During the...
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City Council Takes 1st Step in Tax Abatement Request

October 26, 2010
City Council Takes 1st Step in Tax Abatement Request

10/27/10 Monday night the Plymouth Common Council took the first of two steps in the Tax Abatement Process for Whitley Products.  They unanimously passed a resolution declaring the real estate to be within an “Economic Revitalization Area.” Whitley Products will invest just over $1 million in new equipment.  The expansion is the result of...
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Argos Superintendent Resigns at High School Principal

October 26, 2010
Argos Superintendent Resigns at High School Principal

10/27/10 The Argos School Board, during their last meeting, was given a presentation by Special Educator, Mary Wojdyla.  Mary is the instructor for the moderate to severely disabled students.  These students, by law, can stay in school till the age of 22.  The students have a variety of job training opportunities in the school, the...
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County Police Investigate Incidents

October 26, 2010
County Police Investigate Incidents

10/27/10 On Friday, October 22nd at 10:10 PM the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a complaint of someone shooting paint balls from a vehicle at residences on 15th Road in the area of Elm Road. Patrolman Matthew Brown was advised that the subject did strike one of the residences 4 times breaking part of...
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Community Hosptial of Bremen Selected for Pilot Program

October 26, 2010
Community Hosptial of Bremen Selected for Pilot Program

10/27/10 Indiana’s rural Critical Access Hospitals (CAH) will soon have the ability to connect through the use of video conferencing thanks to a funding award from the Indiana State Department of Health and the Community Hospital of Bremen is involved.  The grant, awarded to the Indiana Rural Health Association (IRHA) in September, will allow...
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Miller’s Residents Enjoy Concers

October 26, 2010
Miller’s Residents Enjoy Concers

10/27/10 Quentin Flagg brought one of his fellow entertainers to town this past weekend for his annual Halloween shows which took place in LaPaz on Sunday.  Never one to sit around with idle time, Flagg and his friend took time to drop by Miller’s Senior Living Community and share their talents with the residents....
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DONNELLY WINS ROCHESTER DEBATE

October 26, 2010
DONNELLY WINS ROCHESTER DEBATE

10/27/10 Monday Congressman Joe Donnelly received the most Rochester High School student votes to win the debate hosted by the Rochester Sentinel. “Hoosiers deserve a representative who puts them first,” said Donnelly.  “I made my positions clear tonight: Unlike my opponent, I will continue to oppose unfair trade deals that ship jobs overseas, protect...
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