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Archive for December, 2011

Scott Michel new Recreation/Pool Director for Park

December 6, 2011
Scott Michel new Recreation/Pool Director for Park

12/07/11 During Monday evening’s Plymouth Park Board Park Superintendent Mike Hite introduced the new Recreation and Pool Director. Scott Michel is a lifetime Plymouth resident.  He graduated from Plymouth High School in 2004 and from Taylor University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in Sports Management and a minor in management.  Scott has...
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Eagles Lodge Liquor Permit Renewal Denied

December 6, 2011
Eagles Lodge Liquor Permit Renewal Denied

12/07/11 The three members of the Marshall County ABC (Alcohol Beverage Commission) along with Indiana State Excise Police Master Officer, Michelle Traughber, voted unanimously on Tuesday to deny a renewal of a liquor permit for the Eagles Lodge in Plymouth. According to Traughber, the club can continue to serve liquor at this time. Traughber...
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Caucus to Fill Vacancy on Union Twp. Board

December 6, 2011
Caucus to Fill Vacancy on Union Twp. Board

12/07/11 Marshall County Republican Chairman David Holmes has announced a caucus to fill a vacancy on the Union Township Advisory Board. Former Union Township Board member, Bill Githens was elected to a town council seat in the November General Election and must resign his seat on the Township Board. The caucus to fill the...
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Election Board Prepares for Presidential Election

December 6, 2011
Election Board Prepares for Presidential Election

12/07/11 The Marshall County Election Board spent considerable time on Tuesday morning reviewing the current polling sites and taking into account any changes that may have to be made during the upcoming presidential election. Part of the process was to review data on the percentages of voters who exercised their right to vote in...
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America in Bloom Report on Plymouth

December 6, 2011
America in Bloom Report on Plymouth

12/07/11 America in Bloom promotes nationwide beautification through education and community involvement by encouraging the use of flowers, plants, trees, and other environmental and lifestyle enhancements.  America in Bloom provides educational programs, resources, and the challenge of a friendly competition between participating communities across the country. In July, Plymouth was judged in eight criteria:...
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Wrench General Changes Oil for Humane Society

December 6, 2011
Wrench General Changes Oil for Humane Society

12/07/11 The employees of Wrench General in Plymouth didn’t set out to beat a record, but they couldn’t be more pleased with the results of their oil change special day held on Saturday. For any donation, the business provided an oil change to customers. The donations totaling $1,845 from oil changes over a six...
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Opinion Show 12/6/11

December 6, 2011


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Heston-Ctock Ditch Heaedwaters Watershed Management Plan Released

December 6, 2011

12/07/11 The final draft of the Heston-Stock Ditch Headwaters Watershed Management Plan has been posted on the Michiana Area Council of Governments website at www.macog.com, Environmental Planning, Heston Stock Ditch grant.  A printed copy is available at the St. Joseph County Library, Lakeville Branch.  The Plan is the culmination of a year-long land use...
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SBA List Endorses Jackie Walorski for Congress in Indiana’s 2nd Congressional District

December 6, 2011
SBA List Endorses Jackie Walorski for Congress in Indiana’s 2nd Congressional District

12/07/11 Tuesday, the Susan B. Anthony List Candidate Fund, a national pro-life political action committee, announced its endorsement of Jackie Walorski, candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in Indiana’s 2nd Congressional district.  She was endorsed by the SBA List Candidate Fund in 2010.  “The Susan B. Anthony List Candidate Fund is again proud...
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Former Rockie shines in playoff game for Wabash

December 6, 2011

Mount Union ended Wabash’s playoff run here Saturday with a tough 20-8 win. The Little Giant defensive effort was again outstanding but the offense was not able to sustain drives against DIII football’s best defense. The 12-1 Little Giants finished the season losing to the 10-time national champions but gained experience and respect from...
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