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Archive for August, 2013

John Grossman – 82 – Mishawaka (formerly of Plymouth)

August 21, 2013

Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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8/20/13 SCOREBOARD

August 21, 2013

The Plymouth Boys Tennis team improved to 2-0 on the season with a 4-1 win over Knox.   Here is a look at the results. #1 SINGLES:   (P) John Hunter (sph)  def.  (K) Davey Johnston (Sr) :   5-7, 6-4, 6-3 #2 SINGLES:  (P)  John Gerard (fr)      lost  (K)  Jordan Anderson (jr)  ...
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Roena M.Yazel – 92 – from Plymouth

August 21, 2013
Roena M.Yazel – 92 – from Plymouth

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Elizabeth A. Kersey – 66 – from Plymouth

August 21, 2013
Elizabeth A. Kersey – 66 – from Plymouth

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Budget Works Shop for City’s 2014 Budget

August 20, 2013
Budget Works Shop for City’s 2014 Budget

08/21/13 The budget for the city of Plymouth is set and even with a two percent pay increase, city officials and department heads were able to keep the bottom line below that two percent. In 2013 the city total budget was for $11,082,572. This year’s final bottom line will be $11,301,788 a raise of...
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County Council Begins Work to Cut $450,000 from 2014 Budget Request

August 20, 2013
County Council Begins Work to Cut $450,000 from 2014 Budget Request

    08/21/13 Members of the Marshall County Council spent nearly the whole day Tuesday reviewing the 2014 budget requests.  The General Fund budget requests are $8,985,691 compared to this year’s approved budget of $8,331,335.  County Auditor Penny Lukenbill estimated the need to cut a total of $450,000 to $480,000.  With most of the...
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Local Twirlers Compete at State Fair

August 20, 2013
Local Twirlers Compete at State Fair

  08/21/13 On Saturday, August 17th, PHS students Alicia Dennie and Jillian Smith traveled to the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis to compete in the 2013 State Fair Baton Twirling Competition.  Both girls did very well coming home with a combined 16 first place trophies.  As a pair, the girls won Intermediate and Advanced...
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Indiana’s Unemployment Rate Remaind Steady, Marshall County’s Rate Increases Slightly

August 20, 2013
Indiana’s Unemployment Rate Remaind Steady, Marshall County’s Rate Increases Slightly

  08/21/13 For the Fourth month in a row Indiana’s private sector has experienced significant growth as July’s job gains totaled 5,900. The Trade, Transportation and Utilities (10,800) and Professional and Business Services (4,100) sectors far outweighed losses in the Construction (-3,400) and Manufacturing (-2,000) sectors. The Hoosier State has now added over 203,000 private...
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CONGRESSWOMAN WALORSKI RETURNS FROM TRIP TO ISRAEL

August 20, 2013
CONGRESSWOMAN WALORSKI RETURNS FROM TRIP TO ISRAEL

  08/21/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) recently returned from Israel where she gained firsthand understanding of some of our nation’s most pressing foreign policy challenges.  During the trip, Walorski met with senior Israeli and Palestinian leaders and learned more about the U.S.-Israel relationship, Israel’s security situation, and current political and economic trends in the...
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Vietnam Moving Wall Memorial Coming to Three Oaks, MI

August 20, 2013
Vietnam Moving Wall Memorial Coming to Three Oaks, MI

  08/21/13  A half size replica of the Washington D.C. Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial has been touring the country for the past 20 years and will be making an appearance in Three Oaks, MI this Thursday through Sunday .  The memorial is a tribute to fallen heroes of the Vietnam War and is inscribed with...
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