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Archive for November, 2017

Critchlow Arrested on Warrant

November 1, 2017
Critchlow Arrested on Warrant

Plymouth Police Officer Krynock located 29 year old Kimberly Critchlow of Sycamore Street in Plymouth, at her place of employment on PIDCO Drive on Monday afternoon about 3:45. She was taken into custody on a felony warrant through Marshall County for Theft, Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Paraphernalia and transported to the Marshall...
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Oliver Ford Collects Donations for DAV & Offers Special Rebates to Veterans

November 1, 2017
Oliver Ford Collects Donations for DAV & Offers Special Rebates to Veterans

Oliver Ford Lincoln in Plymouth Honoring Veterans this Month November 11th is Veterans Day and Oliver Ford wants to honor veterans not only on Veterans Day but all month long.  They will be taking donations for the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) organization.  With every donation received, Oliver Ford will match that donation for the...
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Hardy Arrested for Domestic Battery

November 1, 2017
Hardy Arrested for Domestic Battery

On Wednesday, November1st just after 1 in the morning Plymouth police officers were dispatched to 329 Clark Street in reference to an active domestic in progress. Patrolman Paul Stamper made contact with 23 year old Krystal Hardy and after an investigation was completed she was arrested for domestic battery and lodged at the Marshall...
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Ukrainian Artist Paints the Magic of Symbols

November 1, 2017
Ukrainian Artist Paints the Magic of Symbols

“What are symbols? What do they mean? Symbols are everywhere…what role do they play in our lives? For what reason are the symbols found on pottery or fabric? In my artworks I use old pagan symbols. I explore their   history, origin, meaning and impact. This is an exciting and captivating process. I am inspired...
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Triton Elementary offers a Healthy Trick or Treat

November 1, 2017
Triton Elementary offers a Healthy Trick or Treat

Kosciusko Community Hospital provided a mini health fair for the students at Triton Elementary School on Monday, October 30th.  It was like a healthy “Trick-or-Treat”. Hospital staff provided pencils, baggies, and mini first-aid kits for the students. Additionally, they brought frozen fruit for the students that was handed to them at the nutrition booth. A...
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Work Continues on Emergency Projects at Rees Theatre

November 1, 2017
Work Continues on Emergency Projects at Rees Theatre

The emergency repairs needed at the Rees Theatre are well underway. Monday morning, Randy Danielson co-chairman for the Rees Restoration Project said a couple of the major projects are well underway or nearing completion. Just a couple of months ago it was determined that a new roof access needed to be completed before it...
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