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Ancilla Lady Chargers Ink Plymouth High School Standout Middle Amber Redinger

April 29, 2013
Ancilla Lady Chargers Ink Plymouth High School Standout Middle Amber Redinger

    04/30/13 The Ancilla College Lady Charger Volleyball Program recently signed Plymouth standout Amber Redinger for the 2013/2014 Volleyball Season.  Amber is the daughter of Charlie and Kelly Redinger and has lettered all 4 years in both Volleyball and Basketball at Plymouth High School.   Redinger, a 6’0” Middle will graduate from PHS...
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Donna Hostetler – 58 – from Plymouth

April 29, 2013
Donna Hostetler – 58 – from Plymouth

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Founders Day and Arbor Day Ceremony

April 28, 2013
Founders Day and Arbor Day Ceremony

    04/29/13 Saturday morning Mayor Mark Senter held a short Founder’s Day Ceremony and Arbor Day Celebration in Founders Park.  The Mayor told those gathered that the park commemorated the men that founded Plymouth: William Polk, James Blair and John Sering.  Senter said, “It all began in 1834 when Plymouth became a town. ...
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Vela and Thompson Arrested Thursday Night

April 28, 2013
Vela and Thompson Arrested Thursday Night

    04/29/13 Thursday night, just before 11 Plymouth Police Officer Paul Stamper conducted a traffic stop at 2505 North Oak Drive.  The driver, 19 year old Austin Vela of Delong, IN was found to be operating a vehicle while intoxicated on a controlled substance.  A passenger in the vehicle, 19 year old Joshua...
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Fundraising Opportunities for Courtney DeMont

April 28, 2013
Fundraising Opportunities for Courtney DeMont

    04/29/13  Courtney DeMont, a 15 year old, Argos Student who was injured in a horrific accident on Thursday, April 18th  and will need the help of the community as she begins to recuperate. There is a fund set up at any First Source Bank in the name of Courtney DeMont Benefit Fund. ...
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Wind Energy Topic Revisited at County Plan Commission

April 28, 2013
Wind Energy Topic Revisited at County Plan Commission

      04/29/13 The winds continue to swirl around Marshall County government with the issue of wind energy still being debated. Proponents of wind energy came before the Plan Commission at their meeting Thursday evening to stand against the banning of the wind energy systems. Their point of view is that the issue...
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Senator Head’s Bill to Protect Hoosier Children Online Moves to Governor’s Desk

April 28, 2013
Senator Head’s Bill to Protect Hoosier Children Online Moves to Governor’s Desk

    04/29/13 One of State Senator Randy Head’s (R – Logansport) bills to protect Hoosier children cleared the Senate and House of Representatives today. Senate Bill 347 now moves to the governor’s desk for final approval.   SB 347 makes the following changes to Indiana’s criminal code: ·      Makes it illegal for sex...
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MCEDC here to Serve Exicting Businesses

April 28, 2013
MCEDC here to Serve Exicting Businesses

    04/29/13 What does the Marshall County Economic Development Commission do for current industry?   One of Marshall County Economic Development Commission’s primary roles is to be engaged with existing and potential new businesses and provide assistance in expansion, relocation, and start ups.  In this role, the staff often works with businesses involved...
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Melody Makers Perform at Miller’s

April 28, 2013
Melody Makers Perform at Miller’s

  04/29/13 The Marshall County Melody Makers of Indiana recently entertained at Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth.  The twenty-two member ladies chorus is under the direction of Eileen Wright of Culver with accompanist Cindy Taber of Argos.  Other members of the group hail from Bremen, South Bend, Warsaw, Plymouth, LaPaz, South Bend and...
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Triton 5th Graders take Fieldtrip to Camp Amigo

April 28, 2013
Triton 5th Graders take Fieldtrip to Camp Amigo

    04/29/13 On April 18th and 19th, the Triton Elementary School 5th graders took their annual trip to Camp Amigo in Sturgis, Michigan. Students learned about ecosystems through classes on marsh investigation and collecting macro-invertebrates. Students worked on their communication skills during two different cooperative learning courses. They participated in outdoor activities such...
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