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Archive for June, 2017

Preserving Food at Home Program: Get Ready Now for the Summer Harvest

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June 29, 2017
Preserving Food at Home Program:  Get Ready Now for the Summer Harvest

Whether you are a beginner or experienced food preserver, you can learn the latest preservation techniques recommended by the USDA. Join the Purdue Extension Educator, Karen Richey, on Wednesday, July 12th at 6:30 pm at the Marshall County Extension Office, 112 West  Jefferson Street, Room 304, Plymouth, to learn how to safely preserve your food! To register please call...
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Donnelly Highlights Hoosiers’ Health Care Stories on Senate Floor

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June 29, 2017
Donnelly Highlights Hoosiers’ Health Care Stories on Senate Floor

Washington, D.C. – On the floor of the U.S. Senate Wednesday, Senator Joe Donnelly highlighted some of the stories he has heard from Hoosiers who would be harmed by the Senate health care bill. Donnelly has long said he is willing to work together to improve our health care system. Donnelly said, in part, in...
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Zimmerman Featured Guest Speaker at July Brown Bag Lunch

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June 29, 2017
Zimmerman Featured Guest Speaker at July Brown Bag Lunch

The next Brown Bag lunch program at the Marshall County Museum will be on Friday, July 14 from noon till 1 PM.   “The Road Less Traveled: Ron Zimmerman Nature Photography,” is a journey as seen through the lens of local natural history photographer, Ron Zimmerman.  Join him as he shares his adventures at home and abroad of...
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Your July 4th Cookout to Cost Slightly Less this Year Says INFB

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June 29, 2017
Your July 4th Cookout to Cost Slightly Less this Year Says INFB

This year, hosts of an Independence Day cookout featuring some of America’s favorite summer foods—hot dogs, cheeseburgers, ribs, watermelon and more—can expect to pay a little more than $5 per person for the meal, according to an annual survey from Indiana Farm Bureau. INFB’s informal survey showed that the average cost to feed 10...
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The Stampede String Band to be the featured guests on The Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour

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June 29, 2017
The Stampede String Band to be the featured guests on The Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour

Join us this weekend, Saturday, July 1st, at 12 noon, on WTCA, AM 1050 and FM 106.1 and again Sunday night, July, 2nd,  at10 p.m. on WVPE 88.1 FM, for The Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour, this week’s featured guests include Kyle Buck, Davey Avenatti,  Aaron Nicely, and Plymouth’s own, John Bahler of the Stampede String Band.  They’ll be talking about...
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City Trash & Recycling Delayed 1 day for July 4th Holiday

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June 29, 2017
City Trash & Recycling Delayed 1 day for July 4th Holiday

City of Plymouth businesses residents are reminded of a change in trash and recycling due to the 4th of July holiday. Since Independence Day is Tuesday, July 4th, Republic services will allow its employees to have the day off to spend with family and friends.  Due to the holiday on Tuesday, all city trash...
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What’s Your Opinion 6-29-17

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June 29, 2017


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As We See It 6-28-17

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June 29, 2017


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Car Crashes into Family Express on S. Michigan Street

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June 29, 2017
Car Crashes into Family Express on S. Michigan Street

At approximately 8:30AM Thursday morning Plymouth Assistant Police Chief Mark Owen responded to a crash at Family Express, 1351 South Michigan Street.  A passenger vehicle drove through the front windows of the store. The driver, Mary Ann Wells of Plymouth, advised she wasn’t sure what happened. It was concluded that she accidentally hit the accelerator by...
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Semi Crashes into Dump Truck on US 30

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June 29, 2017
Semi Crashes into Dump Truck on US 30

A two vehicle crash on US 30 at Pioneer Drive this morning snarled traffic for hours. Shortly after 5 a.m. a semi traveling west on U.S. 30 rear ended a Stockburger Trucking triple axel dump truck driven by Robert Ellis of Bourbon. Stefan Jovanovski from Washington State drove his semi into the back of...
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