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Archive for June, 2011

Over 200 Participate in TaTa Trot

June 26, 2011
Over 200 Participate in TaTa Trot

06/27/11 Sisters Jessica Oliver and Jennifer Houin have lost track of just how many volunteers have stepped up to help with the “Ounce of Prevention Breast Cancer Ta Ta Trot walk-run. The second annual event was held on Saturday beginning on the grounds of Oliver Ford in Plymouth with over 200 runners/walkers participating. Houin...
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City Officers Make Wednesday Arrests

June 24, 2011
City Officers Make Wednesday Arrests

06/27/11  On Wednesday, June 22nd at 6:26 A.M. Officer Jordan Rans with the Plymouth Police Department responded to 1311 Holloway Drive in reference to two males arguing. Upon arriving Officer Rans arrested 19 year old Brandon M. Carpenter of Pennsylvania Avenue for minor consumption. He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked...
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America in Bloom Plants Flowers at City Welcome Signs

June 24, 2011
America in Bloom Plants Flowers at City Welcome Signs

06/27/11 Members of the Plymouth America in Bloom Committee along with help from the J.E.S.S.E program and employees from TCU cleaned up the area around the Welcome signs at the entrances to Plymouth and planted flowers to make our community more inviting to visitors  The America in Bloom program whose motto is “Plant Pride...
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Toastmasters Presented with Awards

June 24, 2011
Toastmasters Presented with Awards

06/27/11  Wythougan Toastmasters which meets each Friday morning at 6:45 a.m. at Christos Family Restaurant presented special awards to several members at their regular meeting on Friday, June 24.  Marianne Peters conducted the meeting in the absence of President Marcy Eckoff-Wagner. Sergeant At Arms, Steve Weaver opened the meeting.  Jan Houin gave the invocation...
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Migrant Program Gives 5 Plymouth Teens Trip to D.C.

June 24, 2011
Migrant Program Gives 5 Plymouth Teens Trip to D.C.

06/27/11 Five Plymouth teenagers were given an unexpected opportunity to travel to Washington D.C. this week.  The trip was made possible as a part of Title I Migrant Grant. According to Jeni Hirschy, Riverside Intermediate Assistant Principal and ENL/Migrant Coordinator for the schools, they received a last minute call from the state informing them...
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STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS REPORT CONFIRMED CASES OF MEASLES

June 24, 2011
STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS REPORT CONFIRMED CASES OF MEASLES

06/27/11 State health officials confirmed five cases of measles in Noble County Tuesday.  Measles is a highly contagious respiratory disease caused by a virus.  It is rare in the United States due to the widespread availability of the Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) vaccine, however visitors from other countries or U.S. citizens traveling abroad...
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Bourbon Officer Certified DARE Officer

June 24, 2011
Bourbon Officer Certified DARE Officer

06/27/11  The Bourbon Police Department congratulates Officer Mathew Haskins on his completion of the 2-week D.A.R.E. training program.  Officer Haskins is now a certified D.A.R.E. officer, following in the very large footsteps of our late Police Officer Gary Collins.  Officer Haskins will teach the D.A.R.E. program to the students at Triton Elementary School beginning...
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Chef Angie’s Demonstration of “Summer Berry Trifle”

June 24, 2011
Chef Angie’s Demonstration of “Summer Berry Trifle”

06/27/11  Chef Angie of Miller’s Senior Living Community kept residents and guests entertained as she prepared a special recipe during a recent cooking demonstration.  Chef Angie (Rice) is head chef and dietary manager at Miller’s and has many delicious recipes.  Thursday afternoon she shared her “Summer Berry Trifle” stating that she wanted to make...
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Opinion Show 6/24/11 (Guest: Abby Jeffirs)

June 24, 2011


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Ramona Everly – 73 – of Plymouth

June 23, 2011
Ramona Everly – 73 – of Plymouth

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