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Fire Department Remembers 5 Fire Fighters Killed 30 years Ago

August 6, 2012
Fire Department Remembers 5 Fire Fighters Killed 30 years Ago

  08/07/12 It’s been 30 years since the day in 1982 when five from the Plymouth Fire Department were tragically killed in an accident. This weekend, members of the PFD gathered, as they have done for the past 29 years, in a memorial service. On July 31, 1982, the five-Brian Samuels, Alphonse Kriscunas, Gary...
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Culver Park Board Considers Year-round Floating Fishing Pier

August 6, 2012
Culver Park Board Considers Year-round Floating Fishing Pier

  08/07/12 The Culver Park Board had their monthly meeting at the Culver Town Hall last Wednesday night.  Five of the six board members were present to vote on the 2013 budget. Their initial discussion was on the purchase of a floating fishing pier that the board had agreed to seek sealed quotes for....
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Ancilla gets another hoopster!

August 6, 2012
Ancilla gets another hoopster!

   CHARLESTOWN, IN – Charlestown High School graduate Anthony Lloyd recently signed his Letter of Intent to play men’s basketball for Ancilla College in the 2012-2013 season. The 6’2” Lloyd competed on the basketball court for Charlestown High School under coach Sean Smith before enrolling at Ancilla this Fall.  Playing guard his senior year...
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Rockie Season tickets available NOW!

August 6, 2012
Rockie Season tickets available NOW!

  Season football tickets are on sale in the Plymouth High School Athletic Office through Friday, Aug. 17, from 8:00 – 4:00 pm. Season tickets are $30.00.  The Rockies will host the Bremen Lions on Friday, Aug. 17, at 7:30 pm.
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Residents Enjoy Jam Session at Miller’s

August 6, 2012
Residents Enjoy Jam Session at Miller’s

  07/07/12 Students and friends of music teacher Liza Woolever met at Miller’s Senior Living Community Friday evening for a jam session.  Residents were invited to attend the jam either to listen or play and sing along.  Mountain dulcimer, fiddle, mandolin, recorder and harp are a few of the instruments Liza teaches.  She provides...
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Morgan Uceny Advances to Semi-Finals on Wednesday

August 6, 2012
Morgan Uceny Advances to Semi-Finals on Wednesday

  08/07/12 Plymouth’s Olympian, Morgan Uceny ran in the 1500 meter qualifier Monday morning and came in second place in her heat with a time of 4:06:87.  Her time tied with the third place finisher in the third and final heat.  Morgan will run in the semi-finals on Wednesday.  There are two heats, one...
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Illinois Man Killed in Boating Accident at Lake Latonka

August 5, 2012
Illinois Man Killed in Boating Accident at Lake Latonka

  08/06/12 Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger investigated a boating accident Sunday evening at Lake Latonka. 61 year old Rodger Martin of Huntley, IL was visiting family at the lake enjoying some time on the water.  They were riding in a speed boat and Mr. Martin accidentally fell out of the boat and was...
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Morgan Uceny Races Monday Morning/WNDU to Air at 1:30 & 1:50

August 5, 2012
Morgan Uceny Races Monday Morning/WNDU to Air at 1:30 & 1:50

  08/06/12 Morgan Uceny from Plymouth will begin her quest for an Olympic gold medal on Monday when she runs in the prelims of the 1,500 meter run in London. The race is at 11:45 London time, or 6:45 here in northern Indiana. The race will air on tape delay on WNDU-TV between 1:30...
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Commissioner’s to Meet Monday Morning

August 5, 2012
Commissioner’s to Meet Monday Morning

08/06/12 The Marshall County Commissioner will meet Monday morning at 8:30 in their second floor meeting room of the County Building. There is a fairly long agenda for the meeting including the County Clerk presenting the Microvote contract for approval and out-of-state travel request by Plan Director Ralph Booker and Health Department Supervisor Wes...
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Heminger House Shelter has Needs

August 5, 2012
Heminger House Shelter has Needs

08/06/12 The Heminger House Shelter currently has12 women and children in the house at this time.  As you can expect, that causes some need for perishable items such as milk, eggs, fresh fruits, and veggies.   There is also a need for meats although they have a good supply of hamburger in the freezer, but...
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