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Archive for April, 2018

United Way of Marshall County Honors Donors at Annual Awards Luncheon

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April 27, 2018
United Way of Marshall County Honors Donors at Annual Awards Luncheon

The United Way of Marshall County (UWMC) thanked those who help the organization meet un-met needs in the community at its annual awards event.Companies who ran successful United Way campaigns and individuals who contributed in various ways were gratefully honored at Plymouth Community Church on Thursday, April 26. “United Way is more than fundraisers,”...
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Operation Round Up donates $7,000 to Community Organizations

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April 26, 2018
Operation Round Up donates $7,000 to Community Organizations

On Tuesday, April 24, the Marshall County REMC Operation Round Up board awarded 5 grants, totaling $7,000 to organizations in Marshall County. The Community Foundation received $5,000 to assist with flood relief in Marshall County. The Community Foundation is working to raise $200,000 to help flood victims of Marshall County.  Two homes were destroyed...
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Pilgrims lose slug fest with Logansport

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April 26, 2018

PLYMOUTH – It was a typical non-conference night for two teams in a conference title hunt as Logansport came to Bill Nixon Field and came away with a win in a slug fest 11-9. It was game six in a grinding seven games in eight days weather forced schedule and the Pilgrims as well...
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Plymouth Fire Department Calls

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April 26, 2018
Plymouth Fire Department Calls

Firefighters from the Plymouth Fire Department responded to the call of a structure fire Tuesday evening, April 24th on Lilac Road. Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller said the fire started as an accidental grease fire in the kitchen.  By the time the fire department arrived the blaze was going strong at the back of...
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23rd Centennial Farm Award in Marshall County

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April 26, 2018
23rd Centennial Farm Award in Marshall County

The Rupel Family was presented with a Marshall County Centennial Farm Award this week by Marshall County Historical Society Board member, Allen Shockney. The 80-acre Rupel Farm, located at 2532 Sage Road in Walkerton has been a occupied since 1891 by a member of the Rupel family! There are 23 Centennial Farms in Marshall...
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Care Packages from Home for Troops Who’s Parents Work for Emergency Services

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April 26, 2018
Care Packages from Home for Troops Who’s Parents Work for Emergency Services

Several children of Plymouth’s emergency service workers are presently serving our country in the military. Marilyn King and Josh Gaines from the Plymouth Fire Department are planning on putting together care packages to send to the following military personnel that are currently deployed or stationed overseas: Sal Bustamante (Barb Bustamante’s son), Bailey Richards (Lisa...
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Plymouth Speedway Cabin Fever Kicks Off Exciting 2018

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April 26, 2018
Plymouth Speedway Cabin Fever Kicks Off Exciting 2018

The 2018 season kicks off Saturday, April 28 at Plymouth Speedway with the annual Cabin Fever night of racing. The show will feature UMP Modifieds, Winged Pro Sprints and the non-wing 600 mini-sprints along with full fields of Super Streets and Thunder Stocks. Grandstand and Pit gates will open at 4 p.m., Hot Laps will start at 6...
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Walkerton Man Arrested at Holiday Inn Express for Disorderly Conduct

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April 26, 2018
Walkerton Man Arrested at Holiday Inn Express for Disorderly Conduct

On Sunday, April 22nd about 3 a.m. units from the Plymouth Police department were dispatched to the Holiday Inn Express on North Michigan Street.  The call was made by an occupant for a disturbance in their room. During a brief investigation, the room was found to have damage and 25 year old Matthew V....
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Donnelly Recognized as Fourth-Most Bipartisan Senator by Lugar Center

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April 26, 2018
Donnelly Recognized as Fourth-Most Bipartisan Senator by Lugar Center

In its newest Bipartisan Index, the Lugar Center and the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University recognized U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly as the fourth-most bipartisan Senator, and the most bipartisan Democrat. Donnelly has a proven and consistent record of bipartisanship that has yielded successful results in advancing legislation on behalf of Hoosiers....
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NCIAR Shred Event May 5th

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April 26, 2018
NCIAR Shred Event May 5th

The North Central Indiana Association of Realtors will host a shredding event next Saturday, May 5th in Plymouth. The shred event will be held at the former K-Mark parking lot at US 30 and Oak Drive from 10 a.m. until noon.  NCIAR is asking for a minimum donation of $5 with all proceeds going...
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