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Archive for July, 2013

City Police Serve Warrants

July 7, 2013
City Police Serve Warrants

    07/08/13 Plymouth Police served several warrants last week.  On Tuesday Officer Derek Workman located 19 year old Bandon S. Price at 919 Pearl Street just before 10 p.m.  He was taken into custody and held with no bond for a failure to appear warrant on a misdemeanor charge.  Wednesday evening July 3rd...
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City Council Meeting Monday

July 6, 2013
City Council Meeting Monday

    07/08/13 The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings Monday evening beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting.  Agenda for the meeting includes opening bids for the Pioneer Drive Life Station Improvement project and reports from city department heads.  The City Engineer will discuss the...
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Leadership Marshall County Accepting Applications for Class XIX

July 6, 2013
Leadership Marshall County Accepting Applications for Class XIX

    07/08/13 Leadership Marshall County organizers are accepting applications for Class XIX. Leadership Marshall County is a program designed to identify, develop, and connect community leaders through education and skills development, involving sessions taught by currently established leaders in Marshall County government, agriculture, education, economic development, arts, tourism, health and human services and...
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10 Years Younger Lecture

July 6, 2013
10 Years Younger Lecture

  07/08/13 Fitness Forum at LifePlex will be hosting a lecture “Ten Years Younger” on Wednesday, July 10th, at 1 P.M.    This is a FREE lecture to the community and will be presented by Lisa Jones BSN., MSN with 15 years experience practicing as a Nurse Practitioner.   Goals of the presentation will be to clarify...
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American Red Cross Urges Donations During Heart of Summer

July 6, 2013
American Red Cross Urges Donations During Heart of Summer

    07/08/13 America’s blood supply is an important piece of our country’s ability to respond to disasters. By donating blood, people can help prepare for the unexpected and help ensure blood is available when and where it’s needed. “Any disaster, man-made or natural, can result in people being injured and needing blood,” said...
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Get Them Fixed for $10 through August 31st

July 6, 2013
Get Them Fixed for $10 through August 31st

  07/08/13 Spay-Neuter Services of Indiana (SNSI) announced a $10 program to help pet owners and caretakers with limited incomes and receiving public assistance an opportunity to get their pets spayed and neutered at half the normal rate. According to SNSI Board President Cheri Storms, “SNSI is dedicated to doing everything we can to...
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Coats: Congress Should Work Together on Student Loan Rates

July 6, 2013
Coats: Congress Should Work Together on Student Loan Rates

    07/08/13 Indiana republican Senator Dan Coats last week made the following statement regarding the doubling of interest rates on student loans that took effect on July 1st: “A long-term fix to prevent an increase in student loan interest rates is vitally important for America’s young people,” Coats said. “I have supported a...
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Quilting Display at the Culver-Union Township Public Library

July 6, 2013
Quilting Display at the Culver-Union Township Public Library

07/08/13 On display now at the Culver-Union Township Public Library are a large collection of quilts courtesy of the Wesley United Methodist Church Susanna Quilters group. The quilts of many different sizes are on display throughout the lobby and main floor of the library through the month of July The Susanna Quilters group has...
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Don Gross – 90 – of Rochester, formerly of Culver

July 6, 2013

  The Odom Funeral Home, Culver, is in charge of arrangements.
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Stephanie Berg Sentenced to Twenty Years for Manufacturing Methamphetamine

July 5, 2013

  07/05/13 Stephanie Berg, 39, of Knox was sentenced Wednesday in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 20 years imprisonment for manufacturing methamphetamine.  In open court, Berg admitted that on February 15, 2013, she along with several other persons were cooking pseudoephedrine based products into methamphetamine at the Country Place Apartments on West Madison...
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