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Archive for October, 2010

SJRMC/Plymouth Celebrates a Century of Care with Exhibit at Marshall County Historical Museum

October 26, 2010
SJRMC/Plymouth Celebrates a Century of Care with Exhibit at Marshall County Historical Museum

10/27/10 In 1910, two physicians built a three-story facility at 310 North Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth, establishing a foundation for quality healthcare in Marshall County that would continue for the next 100 years.  While the name and location of the community hospital has changed over the years, what remain are a dedication to...
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PLYMOUTH KIWANIS SELLING POINSETTIAS FOR CHRISTMAS

October 26, 2010
PLYMOUTH KIWANIS SELLING POINSETTIAS FOR CHRISTMAS

10/27/10 Christmas is just two months away and the Plymouth Chapter of Kiwanis has a great way to decorate your home or office for the holidays.  The Kiwanians are selling two different varieties of poinsettias which will be available three weeks before Christmas.  A red seven bloom variety is selling for $12.00 each while...
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High Winds Cause Ban on Toll Road

October 26, 2010
High Winds Cause Ban on Toll Road

10/26/10 The Indiana State Police advised that the Toll Road will be putting a ban into effect at 8:00 a.m. eastern time.  Semi tractor trailers pulling long doubles, triples, and oversize loads will be prohibited from driving on the Toll Road until further notice due to the high winds.  These vehicles will have to pull into...
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Specialty Tubing Fabricator to Grow in Plymouth

October 25, 2010
Specialty Tubing Fabricator to Grow in Plymouth

10/26/10  Whitley Products, Inc., a leading supplier of fabricated tubular products serving the diesel engine, agricultural, off-highway equipment and HVAC industries, announced today that the company is expanding its business to include an additional warehousing site and new equipment to increase production capacity in Plymouth. The company currently has 76 employees in Plymouth and...
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Council Approves 2011 Budget, will hear Request to increase Innkeeper’s Tax Rate

October 25, 2010
Penny Lukenbill

10/26/10 Earlier this month the Marshall County Council met and approved the 2011 Budget.  County Auditor Penny Lukenbill reported that the adopted budget was $10,594,000 but after making corrections and actual budget for next year came in at $10,577,251.   It was noted by the Auditor that County department heads did an excellent job of...
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City Police Officers Make Weekend Arrests

October 25, 2010
City Police Officers Make Weekend Arrests

10/26/10 On Friday, October 22nd at 4:56 PM Officer Jason Dobbins with the Plymouth Police Department made contact with 32 year old Felipe H. Tapia of Washington Street at the Plymouth Wal-mart.  Tapia was arrested on a failure to appear warrant for fines and cost through Marshall County. He was transported to the Marshall...
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County Health Department to Conduct LAST Walk-in Vaccination Clinic

October 25, 2010
County Health Department to Conduct LAST Walk-in Vaccination Clinic

10/26/10 The LAST walk-in clinic for the Marshall County Health Department will be conducted on Wednesday, October 27th from 4 to 6 p.m. at Plymouth High School. The Plymouth Community School Corporation sent home second notices to the parents of students who still need immunizations last week.   The exclusion date for students of the...
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County Council Appoints PERF Agents

October 25, 2010
County Council Appoints PERF Agents

10/26/10 Marshall County Council members held a special meeting Monday morning to consider and adopt a resolution designating PERF agents for the County. County Auditor Penny Lukenbill explained that Jan Quivey was the County’s sole PERF agent.  He recently tended his letter of resignation that was effective immediately.  Lukenbill said any and all communications...
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PRIDE of PLYMOUTH Marching at State Finals

October 25, 2010
PRIDE of PLYMOUTH Marching at State Finals

10/26/10 The Pride of Plymouth marching band made history on Saturday by being the first-ever PHS marching band to advance to the Indiana State School Music Association’s Marching Band State Finals! The band came home to Plymouth Saturday night and was greeted by a parade of several hundred fans in cars and the local...
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SJRMC Rankes #1 in Indiana for Orthopaedic Care

October 25, 2010
SJRMC Rankes #1 in Indiana for Orthopaedic Care

10/26/10 HealthGrades’ annual study released ranks overall orthopaedic care at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center #1 in Indiana and in the top 10% in the nation. HealthGrades, the nation’s leading independent ratings organization, evaluates patient outcomes for 5,000 hospitals. This research is the only comprehensive analysis based solely on patient mortality and complication rates....
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