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Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita adds mobile online voter registration tool

September 21, 2010
Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita adds mobile online voter registration tool

Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita announced today the launch of a new mobile tool for online voter registration. The online registration mobile tool, accessed when www.in.gov/sos is viewed through an internet-enabled cell phone, increases convenience for today’s voter while giving individuals another opportunity to meet the Oct. 4 voter registration deadline. “Advancing our...
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Community Foundation Announces Results of Generations Initiative for Not-For-Profits Matching Program

September 21, 2010
Community Foundation Announces Results of Generations Initiative for Not-For-Profits Matching Program

09/22/10 The Board of Directors of the Marshall County Community Foundation is pleased to announce the results of the recently completed Generations Initiative for Not-for-Profits Matching Program.  Thirteen permanent endowment funds benefitting not-for profit agencies received $53,760.04 in matching funds from the initiative.  In addition, those same funds collectively received private donations of $207,520.08,...
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2010 PHS Yearbooks Due

September 21, 2010
2010 PHS Yearbooks Due

09/22/10 The 2010 edition of the Plymouth High School Mayflower yearbook has arrived.  Members of the Class of 2010 can pick up their yearbooks in the main office from 7:30 – 4:00 Monday through Friday.  Extra yearbooks are available at the price of $60.  Contact Amy Schmeltz with questions at 936-2178 or e-mail aschmeltz@plymouth.k12.in.us. ...
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Marijuana Located During Traffic Stop

September 21, 2010
Marijuana Located During Traffic Stop

09/22/10 A traffic stop results in the arrest of 3 Plymouth residents. On Monday, September 20th at 8:19 p.m.  Officer John Weir with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop at Oak Road and Markley Drive on a Jeep Cherokee.  The reason for the stop was the driver suspected of not having a...
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Argos Town Council Pres. Urges Citizens to Complete Surveys

September 21, 2010
Argos Town Council Pres. Urges Citizens to Complete Surveys

Argos Council President, George Null, gave an update on the storm sewer grant.  Last May Jennifer Laurent from Marshall County Economic Development Corporation informed the Council that an income survey was going to happen.  This was a requirement for a Community Focus Fund infrastructure grant from the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs...
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Political Signs Removed From State And Federal Rights-Of-Way

September 21, 2010
Political Signs Removed From State And Federal Rights-Of-Way

– The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) reminds all Hoosiers that campaign signs are prohibited from federal and state highway rights-of-way by Indiana Code 9-21-4-6. INDOT personnel are required by state law to remove all unauthorized signs within the state right-of-way. The right-of-way areas which must remain “sign free” for the safety of the...
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Firefighters from Argos and Plymouth on Scene of Grain Bin Fire for Hours

September 21, 2010

Monday morning just after 7:30 the Argos Fire Department was called to 12630 State Road 10 for a grain bin fire, the Bill Voreis farm. When the call came into the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department it was noted that there were several L.P. tanks and fuel tanks near the grain bins.  The farm has...
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Prairie Maze Opens September 18 at Potato Creek

September 21, 2010

Fall is in the air and it’s a great time to get out and enjoy the beauties of the season.  A great way to enjoy fall opened Saturday, September 18 at Potato Creek State Park, a Prairie Maze.  Wander through the 1.25 miles of trails cut in the 7 foot tall restored prairie grasses...
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City Police Make Arrests

September 21, 2010

Plymouth Police responded to the 1400 block of West Madison Street Friday morning just before 1:00 a.m. for a peeping Tom.  A resident in the apartment called when they saw a man peeking into a window in the home.  As city officers arrived on the scene the suspect fled on foot.  A short chase...
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Weekend Reports from County Police Department

September 21, 2010

On Saturday, September 18th at 10:06 a.m. Patrolman Matt Brown with the Marshall County Sheriffs Department responded to 492 Lilac Road in Lakeville after being advised that sometime during the overnight hours of Friday, September 17th to the morning hours of Saturday, September 18th unknown persons went through the victim’s vehicle.  The unnamed victim told...
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Diverse Blood Donors Provide Hope for Sickle Cell Patients

September 21, 2010

Sickle cell is a lifelong disease. For many, blood transfusions offer hope. “Blood donors can play an important role in the treatment of sickle cell disease,” said Sharyn Whitman, CEO for the Indiana-Ohio Blood Services Region of the American Red Cross. “For some patients, blood transfusions can ease pain and prevent complications, including strokes.”...
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“Ashley’s Army” Raises $3,000 for JDRF

September 21, 2010
“Ashley’s Army” Raises $3,000 for JDRF

The 15th annual JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) Walk to Cure Diabetes was held this past Sunday.  The walk is an effort to raise money and awareness for the disease.  About 2,000 people showed up to Beutter Park in Mishawaka to enjoy the DJ, aerobics warm up, and a beautiful 2 mile river walk. ...
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Pride of Plymouth Marching Band Brings Home a 1st, Again

September 21, 2010
Pride of Plymouth Marching Band Brings Home a 1st, Again

The Pride of Plymouth Marching Band attended the Concord High School marching band invitational on Saturday. For the second week in-a-row, the band placed first at the invitational.  Fairfield was 2nd, John Glenn was 3rd, Northwood, was 4th, and Wawasee was 5th. The Plymouth Band also swept all of the captions awards winning Best...
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Indiana Secretary of State unveils new outreach campaign to remind Hoosiers of upcoming Oct. 4 voter registration deadline

September 20, 2010
Indiana Secretary of State unveils new outreach campaign to remind Hoosiers of upcoming Oct. 4 voter registration deadline

Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita announced today the start of a new media initiative funded by the Help America Vote Act geared toward reminding Hoosiers of the upcoming Oct. 4 voter registration deadline. The outreach campaign will also highlight the recently released online voter registration tool, found at www.IndianaVoters.com. “Beginning this week, individuals...
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Cholesterol – The Good, The Bad, and What Really Matters at LifePlex

September 20, 2010

Fitness Forum Sports & Wellness at LifePlex will be hosting Dr. Josephine Randazzo, Board Certified in Cardiology as its Community Outreach guest speaker on Tuesday, September, 21st from 6:30 to 7:30 pm in the Pearl Conference Room.  The topic of Dr. Randazzo’s free presentation is “Cholesterol – The Good, The Bad, and What Really Matters”. Questions are encouraged during...
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Dedication of Borggren’s Eagle Scout Project

September 20, 2010
Dedication of Borggren’s Eagle Scout Project

Friday afternoon a special dedication service was held for Tylor Borggren’s Eagle Scout Project. Borggren, a freshman at Plymouth High School decided his project would be cenerted around Chief Menominee. More than two dozen people attended the special service at was held at the Chief Menominee statue on Peach Road.  The ceremony was to...
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Second Meeting of Mainstreet Program this Wednesday

September 20, 2010
Second Meeting of Mainstreet Program this Wednesday

A second meeting has been planned for the Indiana MainStreet Project for downtown Plymouth.  The meeting will be held at Opie’s Deli in the City Center at 5:30 p.m.  on Wednesday, September 22nd. The public, downtown business and or building owners and volunteers are welcome to bring their ideas for a MainStreet event.  A...
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Ancilla College Holds 6th Annual Constitution Day

September 20, 2010
Ancilla College Holds 6th Annual Constitution Day

Ancilla College hosted its sixth annual Constitution Day, a forum designed for students to ask questions and learn more about the Constitution of the United States. Held in Room 231 of the Donaldson-based campus, students were able to participate in an open question and answer session with moderator Dr. Tom Buchanan, Chair of the...
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Argos Town Council Hears of Continued Issues at EMS Building

September 20, 2010

The Argos Town Council was informed of the condition of the Argos EMS Building during last Wednesday’s Council meeting.  Last spring Michiana Restoration & Construction was awarded the contract to remove the mold that was growing in the building that houses the Police, Fire and EMS Departments.  They were also to eliminate the cause...
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Ike Huls to Celebrate 70th Birthday with a Party

September 20, 2010
Ike Huls to Celebrate 70th Birthday with a Party

Ike Huls would like to invite his family and friends to a 70th birthday party open house at his residence Miller’s Senior Living Community located at 625 W. Oakhill Ave. in Plymouth. The party will be held in the facility’s Oakhill café from 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, September 25, 2010. Refreshments...
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