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Wallace Charged with Burning 7 year old Granddaughter’s Feet in Hot Water

June 13, 2013
Wallace Charged with Burning 7 year old Granddaughter’s Feet in Hot Water

    06/14/13 Details have been made available concerning the June 7th arrest of a Plymouth grandmother charged with neglect of a dependent resulting in bodily injury as a class C felony and battery resulting in bodily injury as a class D felony. 47 year old Margo Wallace is accused of putting her 7...
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Park’s Walking Bridge Substructure on E. LaPorte Street “Fair to Poor Condition”

June 13, 2013
Park’s Walking Bridge Substructure on E. LaPorte Street “Fair to Poor Condition”

  06/14/13 This spring Plymouth Park Superintendent Mike Hite decided it was time to have the five bridges under his control examined.  The five bridges are the covered bridge in Centennial Park, the Greenway Trail Bridge behind the sledding hill, the two Greenway Trail bridges on the grounds of the Conservation Clubhouse and the...
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Older Adult Services Seeks Help from Council for Funding Shortfall

June 13, 2013

06/14/13 Jackie Wright from Older Adult Services appeared before the Marshall County Council this week “looking for some help to get through 2013.”  Wright talked about the history of transportation services provided by the agency.  Over the past three years it has been very successful and they expect that trend to continue.  She said,...
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Taste of Culver this Saturday

June 13, 2013
Taste of Culver this Saturday

  06/14/13 The 2013 Taste of Culver will be held Saturday, June 15th from 11:00 A.M. until 2:00 P.M..  Downtown Jefferson Street will be closed to traffic as the food booths line the street, spilling over into Heritage Park, where tree shaded tables and chairs will allow participants to enjoy a variety of foods...
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May Activity Report for Plymouth Fire Department

June 13, 2013
May Activity Report for Plymouth Fire Department

  06/14/13 Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller received permission from the Board of Public Works and Safety to begin the hiring process for a full-time paramedic/firefighter for the department.  He recently received a letter of resignation from Melissa Clark and needs to fill the position to have a full staff. Chief Miller also presented...
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Donated Art on the Auction Block at Plymouth Library

June 13, 2013
Donated Art on the Auction Block at Plymouth Library

  06/14/13 Plymouth Public Library is holding a silent auction for 2 pieces of art donated by local artist Ed DiCharia. The pieces are café inspired depicting an oversized fork and spoon in art piece 1 and an old-fashioned stove, teapot, and other kitchen appliances with the word Coffee across the top in piece...
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Classic Cruise-In at Sunrise Chapel Saturday

June 13, 2013
Classic Cruise-In at Sunrise Chapel Saturday

  06/14/13 Sunrise Chapel on Lincoln Highway east of Plymouth will host a FREE Classic Cruise-In this Saturday, June 15th from 3 to 8 p.m. The Hoosier Old Wheels Club will be there with their cars and everyone is invited to bring a car or truck to display for no charge.  You vehicle doesn’t...
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Fathers and Strawberrys at Plymouth Farmers’ Market Saturday

June 13, 2013
Fathers and Strawberrys at Plymouth Farmers’ Market Saturday

    06/14/13 Bring dad and celebrate Father’s Day at the Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM). Dad will be able to get a health screening thanks to Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center being on site from 8 to 11 a.m. Afterward, treat him to strawberry shortcake, compliments of the Farmers’ Market. Musical entertainment will feature...
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Opinion Show 6/13/13

June 13, 2013

Guest:  Funderaiser for Courtney DeMont & Special Guest, Courtney’s  father Dan.
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Library Hosts Pet Parade

June 13, 2013
Library Hosts Pet Parade

  06/14/13 As part of the Summer Reading Program at the Plymouth Public Library, the annual Pet Parade marched through downtown Wednesday morning just after 11. A couple dozen youngsters and parents paraded from the library on Center Street southward to LaPorte, heading north on Michigan Street and the back to the library on...
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