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Academies Hosting Election Night, Veterans Day Events as Part of Traveling Lincoln Exhibit

November 2, 2012
Academies Hosting Election Night, Veterans Day Events as Part of Traveling Lincoln Exhibit

  11/05/12 As part of the traveling Lincoln exhibit now at the Huffington Library, the Culver Academies’ will host a Lincoln-related seminar Tuesday, Nov. 6, at 7 p.m. featuring Samuel Graber, Ph.D., of Valparaiso University. The national traveling exhibit “Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War” will end its five-week stay at the Huffington...
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Sanchez Arrested for Driving Without a License

November 2, 2012
Sanchez Arrested for Driving Without a License

11/05/12  On Friday, November 2nd at 9:20 AM Plymouth Police Officer Mark Owen conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle at Baker  and Fairbanks Streets.  The driver, 28 year old Carlos C. Sanchez of Plymouth was found to be driving without a license.  He was taken into custody and transported to the Marshall County...
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Museum Closed for Election Day

November 2, 2012
Museum Closed for Election Day

  11/05/12 The Marshall County Museum will be closed Tuesday, November 6th due to the county being closed for Election Day.   Regular hours resume Wednesday. The museum is located at 123 North Michigan Street and is open Tuesdays – Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.   For questions, please call (574) 936-2306.
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Halloween Bithday Celebration at Millers

November 2, 2012
Halloween Bithday Celebration at Millers

  11/05/12  Annie Minker of Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth enjoys life.  She has many friends and is never at a loss to find exciting activities to occupy her time.  One thing she especially enjoys is playing hostess.  Since moving to Miller’s she hasn’t had as much opportunity to entertain as much as...
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Graham Arrested for Resisting

November 1, 2012
Graham Arrested for Resisting

  11/02/12 On Thursday, November 1st at 4:02 AM Plymouth Police Officer Paul Stamper responded to 610 West Adams Street after receiving a complaint of an intoxicated male subject and possible drug activity.   Upon arriving at the location contact was made with 21 year old Zachary A. Graham.  During the investigation of the complaint...
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Time Change this Weekend

November 1, 2012
Time Change this Weekend

 11/02/12 Indiana residents are reminded that this is the weekend they should turn their clocks back to mark this year’s end of daylight-saving time. The change to standard time occurs at 2 a.m. Sunday. But most folks will “fall back” and set their clocks back one hour before they go to bed Saturday night...
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Escher Named Funeral Director at Johnson-Danielson

November 1, 2012
Escher Named Funeral Director at Johnson-Danielson

11/02/12 The Danielson Family is pleased to announce that Caryn E. Escher has joined the staff of Johnson-Danielson Funeral Home and will be assuming a funeral director’s position. Caryn is the daughter of Tony and Sue Escher, and a native of Mishawaka, Indiana, where she graduated from Mishawaka High School in 2005. After attending...
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DOE State A-F Results 2012

November 1, 2012
DOE State A-F Results 2012

  11/02/12 By all accounts, Indiana schools appear to be improving. Dr. Tony Bennett, superintendent of public instruction, released the final grades on October 31. According to Bennett, more than 61 percent of Indiana’s schools were marked A or B letter grades for the 2011-2012 school year. In 2011, the State Board of Education...
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K 0f C Fish Dinner Friday

November 1, 2012
K 0f C Fish Dinner Friday

  11/02/01 The Plymouth Knights of Columbus Council 1975 will be hosting an all you can eat fish dinner on Friday, November 2nd.  The dinner will be held at the Knights of Columbus Hall at 901 E. Jefferson inPlymouthfrom 4pm to 7pm. Your $8.50 ticket will provide with an all you can eat dinner including...
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Two Nominated for High School Heisman

November 1, 2012
Two Nominated for High School Heisman

  11/02/12 Culver Academies seniors Lauryn Robinson and Anthony McHugh are state finalists for the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award. This is the second time Culver has had two finalists in the 19-year history of the program. The Academies is the only school in the state with two finalists. Only 20 seniors are selected...
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