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Archive for April, 2011

The Yarn Loft holds Grand Opening

April 6, 2011
The Yarn Loft holds Grand Opening

04/07/11 Knitting and crocheting got a bit easier this weekend thanks to a brand new store in Plymouth. The Yarn Loft held their Grand Opening last Saturday with dozens and dozens of knitters getting their first look at all the merchandise in the new store located at 214 West Washington Street, across the street...
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City Officers Make Arrests

April 6, 2011
City Officers Make Arrests

04/07/11 On Tuesday, April 5th at approximately 7:00 p.m. Officer Gary Cleveland with the Plymouth Police Department responded to the 300 block of Garro Street for a Domestic Violence call. During his investigation it was found that Robert W. Warner 30, of Plymouth committed battery on a female. Warner was arrested and transported to...
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Jon Langfeldt Wins $2,500 for St. Michael Catholic School

April 6, 2011
Jon Langfeldt Wins $2,500 for St. Michael Catholic School

04/07/11Wednesday afternoon Justin Mason from Monsanto stopped by Saint Michael Catholic School for a very special check presentation.  He was there to present a $2,500 check to the school due to the luck and generosity of a Plymouth farmer. Jon Langfeldt was chosen through a random drawing in the America’s Farmers Grow Communities program,...
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Plymouth Schools to Hold Kindergarten Round-up

April 6, 2011
Plymouth Schools to Hold Kindergarten Round-up

04/07/11 Since non-resident students now can attend Plymouth Community School Corporation (PCSC) with no tuition, PSCS will host the annual Kindergarten Round-up on April 7th in all Plymouth Elementary Schools.  Parents are invited to bring their children to Plymouth.  Resident parents should attend their specific school district round-up.  Non-resident parents may attend the round-up...
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Mashall County Tax Bills to be Mailed Friday

April 6, 2011
Mashall County Tax Bills to be Mailed Friday

04/07/11 Marshall County Treasurer, Debbie VanDeMark is almost ready to send out the tax statements for 2010, payable in 2011. It took six days using two printers to print all the tax statements and four people have been working for days and days folding the statement and stuffing the envelopes. Tax bills should be...
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Craft Fun at Miller’s

April 6, 2011
Craft Fun at Miller’s

04/07/11  Crafting Fun is a popular activity at Miller’s Senior Living Community.  A group of ladies got together on Monday afternoon to create necklaces using wire and pretty stones.  Several of the ladies kept their necklaces to wear while others chose to donate them to the Marshall County Humane Society when they have their...
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AN OPEN LETTER TO THE PEOPLE OF MARSHALL COUNTY

April 6, 2011

Friends and Neighbors:   There are so many things happening at your Foundation these days and practically all of them are good.  We have ridden out the recession with the value of our corpus back to pre-crash levels; we are receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars of new ‘investment’ from generous donors; and despite tough...
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Plymouth Man Shoots Shelf In-front of Police

April 5, 2011
Plymouth Man Shoots Shelf In-front of Police

04/05/11 On Monday April 4th at approximately 1:30 p.m. the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a call from a resident in the 5000 block of Union Road.  The caller reported that her neighbor was at her house with blood on her.  The female also stated that her husband had a gun. When county police...
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CASA Continues to Help Children in Marshall County

April 5, 2011
CASA Continues to Help Children in Marshall County

04/06/11 Melody Kruger, Director of Marshall County CASA was at the Commissioner’s meeting Monday to update them on her office.  She said, “Here in Marshall County the need for advocating for the abused and neglected children continues.  At the end of February there were 85 children right here in Marshall County who had been...
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County Police Investigate Thefts

April 5, 2011
County Police Investigate Thefts

04/06/11 The Marshall County Police Department received a call requesting an investigation into a theft in the 14000 block of 5th Road. Sometime between Monday, March 28th at approximately 12:30 p.m. and Tuesday, March 29th at 1:00 pm an unknown individual or individuals took a radiator and a car battery from a 1970 Chevy...
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