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Bremen 2016 Plants 200 Trees for State’s 200 Birthday

May 4, 2016
Bremen 2016 Plants 200 Trees for State’s 200 Birthday

The Town of Bremen is planning a number of events for Indiana’s Bicentennial this year. The main event is the revival of Oktoberfest. This will include 100 plus craft and specialty vendors, amateur and professional entertainment, food representing the cultures of the area including German, Mexican and Amish along with community events such as a...
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The Annual “Shred for Food” Event

May 4, 2016
The Annual “Shred for Food” Event

The North Central Indiana Association of Realtors (NCIAR) will be sponsoring their annual Shred for Food event from 10 AM to 12 Noon on May 21, at the old K-Mart parking lot on Oak Road in Plymouth. Members of the NCIAR board include real estate agents plus affiliates, anyone involved with the buying and...
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National Day of Prayer May 5th.

May 4, 2016
National Day of Prayer May 5th.

The 65th Annual National Day of Prayer is Thursday, May 5.   Annual observance on the first Thursday of May, the event invites people of all faiths to pray for the nation. It was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress, and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman....
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Gordon Clark Taiclet, 83, a former resident of Argos

May 4, 2016
Gordon Clark Taiclet, 83, a former resident of Argos

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Primary Election Results for the County Positions

May 4, 2016
Primary Election Results for the County Positions

Technical difficulties with the 3 voting machines used in the Marshall County Clerk’s Office for absentee voting delayed primary voting results on Tuesday night. Marshall County Clerk Treasurer Deb VanDeMark said the three machines had all the ballots from all 30 precincts and when the election board attempted to download the vote tallies the...
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PHS Teen Injured in Crash After Prom

May 4, 2016
PHS Teen Injured in Crash After Prom

On Sunday morning, May 1st at 5:19, an off-duty South Bend Firefighter Medic noticed a vehicle that had ran off the south side of Veterans Parkway just east of the intersection with U.S. 31. The driver, 16 year old Alexander Rostron of Plymouth was the only occupant in the vehicle.  It is believed that...
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Argos School Referendum Defeated

May 4, 2016
Argos School Referendum Defeated

The Argos School Board has a huge challenge in front of them with voters rejecting the referendum. The referendum would have allowed the school to impose a property tax levy of up to 61 cents per $100 of assessed valuation for the next 7 years to make up for declining state revenue. Voters in...
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18 Year Old Charged with Burglary after Shooting at Bourbon House

May 3, 2016
18 Year Old Charged with Burglary after Shooting at Bourbon House

Bourbon Police were called to the area of 103 East Pine Street at 11:45 Friday night April 29 for a report of gun shots. Bourbon Police Officer Matt Geiger responded and found the residence had been vandalized and shot at by individuals who had left the area. The victims of the residence gave officers descriptions of...
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Plymouth School Board Appoints Asst. Principal at Riverside

May 3, 2016
Plymouth School Board Appoints Asst. Principal at Riverside

The Plymouth School Board approved the appointment of Ryan Welch as assistant principal at Riverside Intermediate School. The approval as finalized during the Board meeting on May 3. Currently, Amy Gerard has been serving as the assistant principal. She transferred to Riverside after Jeff Brooke resigned mid-year to accept another position. Welch has been...
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Plymouth Farmers’ Market Opens this Saturday

May 3, 2016
Plymouth Farmers’ Market Opens this Saturday

It’s that time again! The Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM) kicks off the season Saturday, May 7, traditionally the day before Mother’s Day. Manager Tom Keb has lined up some new vendors you’ll like to visit. Popular local musician and songwriter John Bahler will be entertaining. Not-for-Profit booths are always welcome at no cost. This week...
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