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Archive for July, 2019

What’s Your Opinion 7-31-19 (Leanne Senter, aquatics)

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July 31, 2019


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Home Totally Destroyed in Plymouth LaPorte Trail Fire Monday Evening

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July 30, 2019
Home Totally Destroyed in Plymouth LaPorte Trail Fire Monday Evening

Firefighters from several agencies responded Monday evening to a structure fire on Plymouth-LaPorte Trail, south of Walkerton. The initial call come in just before 5:30 Monday evening and sent the Polk Township Fire Department to the scene.  With flames blazing from the home, assists were sought from the Plymouth Fire Department, Bremen Fire, Lakeville...
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Coca Cola Family Fun Day Sunday in River Park Square

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July 30, 2019
Coca Cola Family Fun Day Sunday in River Park Square

The Plymouth Park Department’s annual Coca Cola Family Fun Day will be held this Sunday, August 4th in River Park Square from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Come out and celebrate summer with your family and friends at River Park Square.  There will be FREE, while they last, hot dogs, popcorn and Coca Cola...
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Commissioners Switch Vendor for Jail Roof-Top Heating & Cooling Units

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July 30, 2019
Commissioners Switch Vendor for Jail Roof-Top Heating & Cooling Units

During the July 15th Marshall County Commissioners meeting, the request was presented by the County Maintenance Department to switch vendors for the new heating and cooling roof-top units at the Marshall County Jail. During the first meeting in July, John Greer, Jail Maintenance Director presented quotes to replace the three roof-top units over the...
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Operation Quiet Comfort Seeks Community Support for Beacon Credit Union’s “Project Spotlight”

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July 30, 2019
Operation Quiet Comfort Seeks Community Support for Beacon Credit Union’s “Project Spotlight”

Operation Quiet Comfort has once again been selected for Beacon Credit Union’s Project Spotlight. “Project Spotlight” is Beacon Credit Union’s community support program designed to discover worthwhile projects in each area that Beacon serves. Their hope is to be able to support community projects both large and small, and bring awareness to the many...
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Visitation and Funeral Services set for Ben Fisher, Killed in Work Zone Accident Friday on St. Rd. 13

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July 30, 2019
Visitation and Funeral Services set for Ben Fisher, Killed in Work Zone Accident Friday on St. Rd. 13

Benjamin Joseph Wayne Fisher, 29, of Plymouth, was hit and killed while performing his duties as a traffic control flagger, on Friday, July 26, just one day after his birthday. The tragedy took place on State Road 13, just outside of Syracuse, where crews had been working for the last several weeks. By the...
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Funeral Arrangements Set for Former Plymouth Mayor Bill Satorius

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July 30, 2019
Funeral Arrangements Set for Former Plymouth Mayor Bill Satorius

Former Plymouth Mayor, William “Bill” A. Satorius, 81, passed away on Wednesday, July 24, at Pilgrim Manor Nursing Home from complications of A.L.S.         Bill worked at Del Monte Foods for 30 years, retiring in 2000.         Bill loved his community and enjoyed using his leadership skills to help better the City of Plymouth and...
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The Honey Dewdrops on the Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour this Weekend!

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July 30, 2019
The Honey Dewdrops on the Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour this Weekend!

Kagey Parrish and Laura Wortman of The Honey Dewdrops share some of their beautiful ballads this week on the Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour.  Along the way, they discuss the mystery of songwriting, their discovery of Appalachian music (on the West Coast), and the story behind four of their songs—including the stunning ballad, Rainy Windows.  In...
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DCS Releases Child Fatality Report for State Fiscal Year 2017

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July 30, 2019

The latest Indiana Department of Child Services (DCS) child fatality data highlights the need for more caregiver education on water safety and safe-sleep practices. The child fatality report reviewed 314 child deaths from state fiscal year 2017. Causes of death varied by county, but among the most prevalent neglect-related cases were those related to...
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American Red Cross: Emergency Blood Shortage

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July 30, 2019
American Red Cross: Emergency Blood Shortage

To help address the current emergency blood shortage, all who come to give blood or platelets with the American Red Cross July 29 through Aug. 29 will receive a $5 Amazon.com Gift Card via email. Currently, the Red Cross has less than a three-day supply of most blood types available and less than a...
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