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“The Crack Up” Presentation and Discussion of the Roaring 20s at Museum

April 27, 2011
“The Crack Up” Presentation and Discussion of the Roaring 20s at Museum

04/28/11 Debra Conner, writer and performer, will present an informational program free to the community in the Marshall County Historical Society Museum, 123 N. Michigan Street, in Plymouth.  The program will be held in their conference room at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, May 4th.  Entitled “The Crack Up,” the presentation provides background information about...
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Diana Vice Special Guest Speaker at TAC Meeting

April 27, 2011
Diana Vice Special Guest Speaker at TAC Meeting

04/28/11 Taxpayer Advocate, Diana Vice from Lafayette will be the special guest speaker at the Marshall County Tax Awareness Committee meeting this Thursday, April 28th. The blogger profile for Diana Vice states the following: “Born and raised in Lafayette, Indiana, I am a libertarian-minded conservative. I’ve been called a troublemaker a time or two,...
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PLYMOUTH KIWANIANS ARE SWEET ON ONION SALES

April 27, 2011
PLYMOUTH KIWANIANS ARE SWEET ON ONION SALES

04/28/11 The Plymouth Kiwanis Group is selling bags of sweet Vandalia onions for its latest fundraiser. The onions come in 10 pound bags and are selling for just $10 each. These will be available the Farmers Market at the Kiwanis booth on Saturday May 14th and 21st from 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM.  Onions...
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Public Invited to Review Textbooks

April 27, 2011
Public Invited to Review Textbooks

04/28/11 Plymouth School Corporation will display textbook adoption choices in math and science in the Board Room of the administration building from Tuesday April 26 – Wednesday, May 11. If you would like to view the textbooks, please call 936-3115 to make an appointment for Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM
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Charbonneau: New Law Helps Nonprofits like Habitat for Humanity Continue Offering Homes to Hoosiers

April 27, 2011
Charbonneau: New Law Helps Nonprofits like Habitat for Humanity Continue Offering Homes to Hoosiers

04/28/11 A new Indiana law will help nonprofit organizations providing home ownership opportunities to low-income families by continuing access to zero-interest mortgages and special protections against private lenders. Groups like Habitat for Humanity work with volunteers that help build or renovate homes for Hoosiers in need. Habitat houses are sold to partner families at...
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IDHS REMINDS HOOSIERS OF FLOOD DANGERS

April 27, 2011
IDHS REMINDS HOOSIERS OF FLOOD DANGERS

04/28/11 The Indiana Department of Homeland Security is reminding Hoosiers to stay away from flood waters. Tips for staying safe around flood water Never allow children or pets to play near or venture into flood waters. In addition to the health risks posed by numerous pathogens that thrive in unsanitary flood water, unseen currents...
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Friend Report

April 27, 2011

04/28/11 Every year is different, every spring is different. 2011 has certainly been an example of how the weather can prove to be so fickle and unpredictable. The rain and storms have farmers and landowners beginning to exhibit some nervousness. One of my old landlords had a saying, “A wet year will scare you...
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VIRGINIA L. WALLACE – 92 – from Plymouth

April 27, 2011

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details or read complete obituary below. Former River Park resident, Virginia L. Wallace, 92, of Plymouth, passed away at 1:36 a.m. on Tuesday, April 26, 2011, in Miller’s Merry Manor, Plymouth.             Born in Indianapolis, Indiana, on January 1, 1919, Virginia was the foster daughter...
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RAYMOND T. PIERSON – 85 – from Plymouth

April 27, 2011
RAYMOND T. PIERSON – 85 – from Plymouth

Raymond T. Pierson, 85, formerly of 805 E. Baker St., Plymouth, died peacefully surrounded by his loving wife and family in Pilgrim Manor Nursing Home at 3:40 p.m. on Monday, April 25, 2011.             Raymond was born in South Bend on December 5, 1925 to Louis V. and Victoria Rataczak Pierson.             Ray attended...
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AVERY RECOGNIZED AS BRONZE LEVEL AUTHORIZED TRAINER

April 26, 2011
AVERY RECOGNIZED AS BRONZE LEVEL AUTHORIZED TRAINER

04/27/11 Emergency Responder Clyde Avery, from the Marshall County Emergency Management Agency has been recognized as a Bronze Level Indirect Authorized Trainer by demonstrating proficiency in providing indirect training of Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) courses.  This award was made in recognition of Mr. Avery’s dedication to national preparedness, as demonstrated in the provision...
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