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Season Championship Features Didn’t Disappoint at Plymouth Speedway

August 25, 2013
Season Championship Features Didn’t Disappoint at Plymouth Speedway

  08/26/13  It was a night to remember for five division drivers who fought hard to bring home championships in the inaugural dirt track season at Plymouth Speedway. Bobby Hinkle dominated the Super Street feature leading all laps from the pole. It wasn’t so easy for runner-up Roger Duszynski and third place finisher Brandon...
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Dorothy L. Binkley – 93- formerly of Etna Green

August 25, 2013
Dorothy L. Binkley – 93- formerly of Etna Green

  Deaton Clemens Funeral Home is caring for the arrangements
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Plymouth Schools Implement “Teacher Leaders”

August 25, 2013
Plymouth Schools Implement “Teacher Leaders”

  08/26/13 The Plymouth Community Schools never stops looking for ways to improve student achievement. For one of their new initiatives, administrators are tapping into the talent found in their very own teaching staffs. Assistant Superintendent Dan Funston has taken on the responsibility of organizing the first group of Teacher Leaders. Funston says they...
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NIPSCO Cautions of Phone Scam Targeting Utility Customers

August 25, 2013
NIPSCO Cautions of Phone Scam Targeting Utility Customers

  08/26/13 Spurred by customer reports, NIPSCO is warning customers about a bill payment scam in which victims are asked to purchase a prepaid debit card to settle an overdue balance. Customers have reported receiving unsolicited phone calls from individuals falsely claiming to be NIPSCO representatives. The scammers threaten disconnection of the customer’s electric...
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Applebee’s Dining to Donate to Benefit Care and Share of M.C.

August 25, 2013
Applebee’s Dining to Donate to Benefit Care and Share of M.C.

  08/26/13 Care and Share of Marshall County is a faith based organization that is committed to validating needs of Marshall County families in crisis and providing assistance for proper aid by:   Directing individuals to the appropriate agency for the aid needed.   Directly dispensing benevolence funds donated for their intended purpose and Finding and offering...
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City Meetings Monday Evening

August 25, 2013
City Meetings Monday Evening

  08/26/13 The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety will meet at 6 p.m. tonight (8/26) in the Council Chambers of City Hall.  The agenda includes reports by the various department heads and board members.  The City Attorney will present three certified statements regarding council member’s relatives who have contracts with the City...
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Pizza Hut Fundraiser for PHS Tennis Tonight

August 25, 2013
Pizza Hut Fundraiser for PHS Tennis Tonight

  08/26/13 Brad Haeck, Boys Tennis Coach for Plymouth High School wants to remind citizens of the fundraiser tonight (8/26). Come support the 2013 Plymouth High School Boys Tennis Team tonight, from 5-8 p.m. at the local Pizza Hut on North Michigan Street.  Enjoy Pizza Hut’s award winning pizza and salad bar buffet for only $8.69...
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Scouts from Troop 251 Camp-out, Ride Bikes and Visit Grissom Museum

August 25, 2013
Scouts from Troop 251 Camp-out, Ride Bikes and Visit Grissom Museum

  08/26/13 Boy Scout Troop 251from Plymouth recently held their monthly camp-out at Potawatomi Wildlife Park.  After the Friday night camp-out and Saturday morning breakfast, six boys and 4 adults carpooled 15 minutes south to the trail head of the Nickel Plate Trail in Rochester. The boys then rode their bicycles 20 miles from...
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Rockies win season opener over Bremen

August 24, 2013
Rockies win season opener over Bremen

It’s never easy winning on the road, little lone at Don Bunge Feild in Bremen.  But Friday night the Rockies snapped a two year skid against the Bremen Lions with 34-13 win. “This was a great win to start our season”, said Rockies Head Coach John Barron.  “I thought we did well in stopping...
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Wed. & Thur. Arrests by City Officers

August 23, 2013
Wed. & Thur. Arrests by City Officers

  08/26/13  On Wednesday, August 21st at 1:58 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer John Weir responded to Advance Auto in reference to an employee theft.  During the investigation it was discovered that 37 year old Victor Lugo of Plymouth who was an employee of Advance Auto had been ordering parts for customers and not securing...
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