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8th graders split vs Wawasee

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November 26, 2013
8th graders split vs Wawasee

Lincoln’s 8th grade teams split with Wawasee on Monday evening. The A team were 41-15 victors, while the B team lost 39-36.   In the A game, Kadin Mccrammer led the way with 12 points.  Brady Holiday added 10 points and Dylan Powell chipped in 9.  The Red Storm were led by a strong...
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First Significant Snow Event of the Year! Lake Effect Snow Watch

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November 26, 2013
First Significant Snow Event of the Year! Lake Effect Snow Watch

  11/26/13 The National Weather Service has issued a Lake Effect Snow Watch which goes into effect later tonight and runs thru Wednesday evening. Marshall County is currently under a Lake Effect Snow Watch. Lake Effect snow is expected to develop this evening and intensify significantly late tonight into Wednesday. Snow accumulations of between...
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M.C. Hot Air Affair Donates to Non-Profits

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November 25, 2013
M.C. Hot Air Affair Donates to Non-Profits

11/26/13 Recently the Marshall County Hot Air Affair, the non-profit group that presents the Hot Air Balloon show during the Marshall County Blueberry Festival donated to several local organizations.    Billie Treber Executive Director of the Boys and Girls Club of Marshall County accepted the donation.  The donation will help proved the Connect Program...
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City Trash Schedule Changed for Thanksgiving Holiday

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November 25, 2013
City Trash Schedule Changed for Thanksgiving Holiday

  11/26/13 Due to the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday this week, the city trash pick-up will be changes.  Those city customers who normally have their trash and recycling picked up on Thursday will have their schedule pushed back on day.  Allied Waste is closed Thursday so Thursday’s trash and recycling will be picked up...
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Weekend Arrests by City Police Officers

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November 25, 2013
Weekend Arrests by City Police Officers

  11/26/13  On Friday, November 22nd at 5:20 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Benjamin McIntyre observed a vehicle driving erratically southbound on Michigan Street. Officer McIntyre also observed the vehicle almost strike a vehicle from behind and almost hit another vehicle head on as the vehicle turned into the McDonald’s parking lot. A traffic stop...
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River Park Square Nearing Substantial Completion

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November 25, 2013
River Park Square Nearing Substantial Completion

  11/26/13 Mike Reese from the Troyer Group updated members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission last week on the River Park Square Project.    Michiana Contracting, contractors for the project expect to have substantial completion by the end of the month.  The punch list should be finalized and the majority of those items addressed...
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Rotarians Volunteer Time at Neighborhood Center

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November 25, 2013
Rotarians Volunteer Time at Neighborhood Center

  11/26/13 On Tuesday evening November 19th, members of the Plymouth Rotary Club and several of their family members and members of the Plymouth High School Rotaract Club met at the Marshall County Neighborhood Center.    The volunteers helped stock the food pantry and pack Thanksgiving meals for senior citizens and pack bags to...
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October 2013 Indiana Employment Report

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November 25, 2013
October 2013 Indiana Employment Report

  11/26/13 Indiana’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped by nearly one percentage point over the past three months to 7.5 percent. The decrease in unemployment in the Hoosier State signifies the largest three-month drop in more than 20 years (September 1993). Indiana began the year with the rate of 8.6 percent and was 8.4 percent...
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Register Your Child to be the Official Bell Ringer of the Lighted Christmas Parade

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November 25, 2013

11/26/13 One lucky young boy or girl (ages 7 to 17) will be chosen through a drawing to lead the 2013 Lighted “White Christmas” Parade as the official Bell Ringer on Friday, November 29.  Visit the businesses listed below to registered your child for a chance to lead the parade!   Adults can also, register...
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Boots for the Bus Stop Annual Drive Underway

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November 25, 2013
Boots for the Bus Stop Annual Drive Underway

  11/26/13 Thanks to the “Boots for the Bus Stop” annual drive, well over 1000 pairs of snow boots have been distributed to area children. Twelve years ago, Cpl. Bridget Hite, Plymouth Police Department, began noticing kids standing at bus stops or walking to school without boots and realized they would have wet shoes...
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