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Yellow River Announces 2013 Schedule

May 30, 2013
Yellow River Announces 2013 Schedule

05/31/13 The Yellow River Festival has announced its 2013 Entertainment and Education schedule. The festivities take place at River Park Square, on East LaPorte Street next to the Farmers Market this weekend on June 1st and 2nd. Activities on Saturday, June 1st beginning with opening ceremonies at 10 a.m.  This will include the ground...
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John Glenn Student Awarded Scholarship

May 30, 2013
John Glenn Student Awarded Scholarship

  05/31/13 Cole Kaser, a senior at John Glenn High School, has been awarded a Thomas J. Deniston Memorial Scholarship by the Indiana Conservation Officers Organization. He will pursue a degree in conservation law enforcement at Vincennes University this coming fall. The ICOO awards six scholarships annually to students seeking a college degree majoring...
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WALORSKI CONTINUES “SUPPORTING OUR VETERANS” TOUR IN PLYMOUTH

May 30, 2013
WALORSKI CONTINUES “SUPPORTING OUR VETERANS” TOUR IN PLYMOUTH

  05/31/13 As part of a district-wide tour, Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Wednesday met with County Veterans Service Officer (VSO) Pam Schweizer-Betz and a group of 20 Marshall County veterans at VFW Post #1162 to hear concerns and issues affecting the local veterans’ community.   “After our brave servicemembers return home, Congress must ensure...
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Free Rhubarb Water and Honey Lemonade Tasting

May 30, 2013
Free Rhubarb Water and Honey Lemonade Tasting

    05/31/13 Stop in at the Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM) before heading over to the Yellow River Festival this Saturday.   There are no special activities or musical entertainment planned so as not to interfere with the Festival. There will be some free ‘tasting’ with John Childs offering free rhubarb water and Steve...
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Triton High Honors Trojan Readers

May 30, 2013
Triton High Honors Trojan Readers

  05/31/13 The final award recognition for Triton High School’s Trojan Readers program was held earlier in May.  Students who had been reading books outside of classroom reading had their names entered in the drawing. Prizes included e-reader devices, gift cards, and Trojan Reader T-shirts. The 2 E-Reader  Winners  were Alexis Miller and Brinna...
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June is a Big Month of Racing at Plymouth Speedway

May 30, 2013
June is a Big Month of Racing at Plymouth Speedway

  05/31/13 June welcomes a full month of racing excitement at Plymouth Speedway.    South Bend Clutch presents five feature classes of racing in Modifieds, Super Streets, Thunder Stocks, USAC 600 Open Sprints and USAC 600 Restricted Winged Sprints races on Saturday, June 1.    Modifieds points leader, Frank Marshall, commented after last week’s...
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Construction Management & Design to Build 26 Units in Plymouth

May 29, 2013
Construction Management & Design to Build 26 Units in Plymouth

    05/30/13 Construction Management and Design in Plymouth has a large residential project underway on the city’s northwest side.  The first phase of the project is at the intersection of North Plum and Madison Streets. Cory Collins, VP of Operations for Construction Management and Design said they are building an eight-unit multi-family housing...
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PHS Band to Host “Zombie Chase 5-K” on Saturday

May 29, 2013
PHS Band to Host “Zombie Chase 5-K” on Saturday

  05/30/2013  This Saturday, June 1st, at 10 a. m. the Plymouth High School Band is hosting a new event that they hope to make an annual run!   They are hosting a 5-K run called the “Zombie Chase 5k!” This event will be a 5k run starting at the PHS stadium complex and running through...
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5K for Demont Family June 8

May 29, 2013
5K for Demont Family June 8

   05/30/13  A Courtney Demont Benefit 5K run orchestrated by Kelsie Hollabaugh and Shelby Sanders will be held on Saturday, June 8th at Argos High School.  Demont was seriously injured in a single vehicle traffic accident on Kenilworth Road on April 18th.  She was not expected to live but with God’s helping hands Courtney has...
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County Museum offers New Exhibit from IN Historical Society

May 29, 2013

05/30/13 Visit the new “Faces in the Crowd” exhibit at the Marshall County Museum on loan from the Indiana Historical Society.  “Faces in the Crowd” is not just  the story of political candidates that have visited Indiana throughout the state’s history, but also a photographic history of Hoosiers that have attended the rallies, expressed...
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