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FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance Teams Start in Plymouth on Friday

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May 10, 2018
FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance Teams Start in Plymouth on Friday

Marshall County Emergency Management Agency Director said FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance Teams will be in the Marshall County area beginning Friday, May 11. FEMA personnel will be going door-to-door in areas impacted by the flood disaster to help people get registered for FEMA  financial assistance. FEMA team personnel will be wearing visible apparel and photo...
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PHS Band Program Awarded ISSMA “All-Music-Award” 15 Consecutive Years

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May 10, 2018
PHS Band Program Awarded ISSMA “All-Music-Award” 15 Consecutive Years

This week, the Plymouth Community Schools administration and music staff were notified that the Indiana State School Music Association has recognized the Plymouth High School Band program with the state’s prestigious “All-Music Award.” This award is only presented to the music programs who successfully compete in every facet of the state’s competition programs. A...
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Pilgrims take care business with win over Elkhart Memorial

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May 10, 2018
Pilgrims take care business with win over Elkhart Memorial

PLYMOUTH – You can finally put a game that started eight days ago in the books as Plymouth was an ungracious host and sent Elkhart Memorial home in less than 45 minutes capping out a 14-6 win and stepping into a second place tie in NLC play. Last Wednesday the Chargers came to town...
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Commissioners Not Happy With NIPSCO & PAR Offer to Road Damage

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May 10, 2018
Commissioners Not Happy With NIPSCO & PAR Offer to Road Damage

Marshall County continues to negotiate with NIPSCO and PAR for road damage done when the Reynolds-Topeka Electric System Improvement Project was constructed in Marshall County. During the County Commissioner’s meeting on Monday, Commissioner Mike Delp said during their second meeting NIPSCO offered $43,500 for the damages made to a number of county roads over...
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Tenth Annual NCAVC Health Fair Held at Menominee Elementary School

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May 10, 2018
Tenth Annual NCAVC Health Fair Held at Menominee Elementary School

The tenth annual NCAVC Health Fair was held on Thursday, May 3. This is the fifth year the health fair was held at Menominee Elementary School; previously it was hosted at Washington Discovery Academy which at the time was named Washington Elementary School. North Central Area Vocational Cooperative Health Careers students presented health topics...
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2018 Plymouth High School Senior Awards Assembly

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May 10, 2018
2018 Plymouth High School Senior Awards Assembly

Plymouth High School invites the community to the annual end of the year Senior Awards Assembly, which will take place this Friday, May 11, 2018 starting at 8:15 a.m. Millions of dollars in grants and scholarships will be awarded to the 2018 senior graduating class. The particulars of which students are receiving specific grants...
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Hundt Named New Enrollment Director

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May 10, 2018
Hundt Named New Enrollment Director

Staci Hundt has been named the Enrollment Management Director at Culver Academies, effective May 1. Hundt is replacing Mike Turnbull, who retired this spring. Hundt joined the Culver Academies advancement team, which includes admissions, development, alumni affairs, and communications, as a project manager in 2017. “Since joining Culver Academies in September, I have been...
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ISP K-9s Assigned to Bremen Receive Gift of Ballistic Vests

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May 10, 2018
ISP K-9s Assigned to Bremen Receive Gift of Ballistic Vests

Thanks to the hard fund-raising work of a church in rural Ligonier, and the generosity of those in the community, five (5) Indiana State Police K-9s will be able to perform their duties in a safer manner. According to Gary J. Ford, Pastor of the Richville United Methodist Church, his congregation took the initiative...
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Stroke Awareness at Miller’s

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May 10, 2018
Stroke Awareness at Miller’s

A capacity crowd gathered in the lobby at Miller’s Assisted Living Wednesday afternoon to attend the monthly FOR YOUR HEALTH series led by Deborah Berger BSN, RN.  May is Stroke Awareness Month and Berger made the topic challenging by having a True/False quiz at the end of her presentation. Berger began her presentation by...
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Plymouth vs. Goshen Baseball 5-9-18

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May 10, 2018


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