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Archive for February, 2019

Red Cross: Severe shortage of type O blood

February 27, 2019
Red Cross: Severe shortage of type O blood

The American Red Cross has a severe shortage of type O blood and urges type O donors – as well as eligible blood and platelet donors of all blood types – to give now to ensure lifesaving patient care isn’t impacted this winter. Type O blood is the most in-demand blood type, helping patients...
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Craig D. Downey, 59, of Plymouth

February 27, 2019
Craig D. Downey, 59, of Plymouth

Click the Clemens-Deaton Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Raymond E. “Bud” Reese, Jr., 74, of Bremen

February 27, 2019

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Plymouth High School Award Winners For December

February 27, 2019
Plymouth High School Award Winners For December

First Federal Savings Bank Student of the Month For December:   Josie Edwards was selected as the First Federal Savings Bank senior Student of the Month for December. Josie was nominated by Mrs. Traci Hilliard who said, “Josie goes above and beyond and tutors students almost every day, even when I remind her to take...
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Foster Shares Passions With Miller’s Assisted Residents

February 27, 2019
Foster Shares Passions With Miller’s Assisted Residents

Janet Foster of Plymouth has two passions.  One of them is the art of crochet and the other is giving back to her community.  She has found a way to combine both passions into a good deed.  She recently dropped of some beautifully crocheted lap blankets for the residents of Miller’s Assisted Living.  The...
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Tech Talk 2-26-19

February 27, 2019


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Plymouth’s Brittney Klotz headed for Grace

February 26, 2019
Plymouth’s Brittney Klotz headed for Grace

Plymouth’s Brittney Klotz headed for Grace PLYMOUTH – Brittney Klotz, a member of the 2019 Class of Plymouth High School, has decided to continue her education and golf career at Grace College. Grace is located in Winona Lake, IN. Brittney is the daughter of Rex and Michelle Klotz. Brittney plans to major in Nursing....
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Plymouth School Referendum will be on May Primary Ballot

February 26, 2019
Plymouth School Referendum will be on May Primary Ballot

The Plymouth Community School Corporation referendum will be on the May Primary ballot according to the Marshall County Election Board. Tuesday morning, County Clerk, Deb VanDeMark told election board members the Department of Local Government Finance had made a final determination on the proposed question.  The Plymouth School Corporation proposes to place an operating...
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Senter Talks Relationships During State of the City Address

February 26, 2019
Senter Talks Relationships During State of the City Address

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter gave his State of the City Address during Monday night’s City Council meeting. The theme of this year’s speech was relationships.  The Mayor said, “I’d like to spend the next several minutes reflecting on our city’s recent successes and envisioning its opportunities ahead through the lens of our most valuable...
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PHS Grad Opens Chiropractic Business in Plymouth

February 26, 2019
PHS Grad Opens Chiropractic Business in Plymouth

Plymouth continues to be the kind of town that attracts young families, especially those who grew up in the community. Blake Olson graduated in 2002 from Plymouth High School and headed to Valparaiso University to study accounting and finance and earned his undergraduate degree. However, while taking his grandmother to the chiropractic clinic of...
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