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Walorski Appointed to House Budget Committee

December 24, 2012
Walorski Appointed to House Budget Committee

  12/26/12 Congresswoman-Elect Jackie Walorski (IN-02) has been appointed to serve on the House Budget Committee in the 113th Congress.  This selection marks her third committee assignment for the freshman representative, who will also serve on the House Armed Services and Veterans’ Affairs Committees. “I’m grateful to join the House Budget Committee, and welcome...
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Santa Visits in Plymouth Early

December 24, 2012
Santa Visits in Plymouth Early

  12/26/12 Jennifer Houin, President of the Riverside Intermediate School PTO was able to talk Santa into an early visit to Plymouth last Thursday.  Santa arrived in the afternoon and visited the children in all the 5th and 6th grade classrooms prior to their Christmas vacation.   Santa also brought homemade peanut brittle to...
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Dr. Reber, Former Superintendent of Plymouth Schools Passed Away

December 24, 2012
Dr. Reber, Former Superintendent of Plymouth Schools Passed Away

   12/26/12 Former State Director of Indiana Rehabilitation Services and former Superintendent of Schools in Plymouth, Indiana passed away December 18, 2012 at St. Vincent Hospice. Dr. Reber was born September 5, 1918 in Berrien Co., St. Joseph, MI, the son of L. Benjamin and Tina Reber. Dr. Reber was a veteran of World...
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Red & Green Party at Miller’s Senior

December 24, 2012
Red & Green Party at Miller’s Senior

  12/26/12 Staff and volunteers of Miller’s Senior Living Community held their annual Red & Green Party for the residents in the Oak Hill Café.   The Red & Green Party has become a tradition that grows a little bit bigger each year.  Staff and residents look forward to the annual party because it is...
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Holiday Trash Schedule for City Residents

December 23, 2012
Holiday Trash Schedule for City Residents

12/24/12 Plymouth city residents who use the city’s trash and recycling services should be aware of the Christmas and New Year’s holiday trash schedule.  This week and next week trash and recycling will be one day later than usual.  Tuesday’s trash will be picked up on Wednesday, Wednesday’s will be on Thursday and Thursday’s...
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Stockberger Arrested on Drug Charges

December 21, 2012
Stockberger Arrested on Drug Charges

  12/24/12  On Tuesday evening December 18th at approximately 5:15 Deputy Joe Giordano with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to US 31 and 11th Road after the Dispatch Center received a report of a reckless driver traveling southbound on US 31 from the Lakeville area.  A short time later Deputy Giordano made a...
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Toxicology Results Show Truckers Death as Natural Causes

December 21, 2012
Toxicology Results Show Truckers Death as Natural Causes

  12/24/12 Marshall County Corner Bill Cleavenger released information Thursday on the death of the truck driver at the Pilot Truck Stop.   Toxicology results have been obtained on the body of Bruce Garrett of Pittsburgh, who was found dead in the cab of his semi-truck at the Pilot Truck Stop in Plymouth on Tuesday,...
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County Brass Quintet at Miller’s Senior

December 21, 2012
County Brass Quintet at Miller’s Senior

 12/24/12 The newly formed Country Brass Quintet performed at Miller’s Senior Living Community Tuesday evening December 18th.  The five-man music team chose their name because most of them attend the Country Church in Bourbon.  Making up the quintet are Carl Grebe of Bremen and Rod Noftsger of Plymouth on trumpet.  From Bourbon are Steve...
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Culver Academies’ Mounted Units Accept Invite to Jan. 21 Presidential Inaugural Parade

December 21, 2012
Culver Academies’ Mounted Units Accept Invite to Jan. 21 Presidential Inaugural Parade

  12/24/12  The Culver Academies’ Black Horse Troop and Equestriennes have accepted an invitation to participate in the Presidential Inaugural parade Jan. 21 for President Obama and Vice President Biden – celebrating a return to Washington, D.C., in the centennial year of Culver’s first inaugural appearance in 1913. The 2013 Inaugural Parade marks the...
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TROOP 251 GIVES TO LOCAL FAMILY

December 21, 2012
TROOP 251 GIVES TO LOCAL FAMILY

  12/24/12 Boy Scout Troop 251 in Plymouth recently hosted a meal to raise funds to buy gifts for a family in need in the community.  The traditional Christmas style dinner is an annual event with proceeds used to help purchase gifts and canned goods for a preselected family each year. Other contributors this...
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