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PHS Spellers 3rd in State

November 18, 2012

11/19/12 Congratulations to the Plymouth High School Spell Bowl Team as they participated in the Class 1 State competition on November 10th. They brought home a third Place State finish.   Finalist Spell Bowl Team Members included:  Kurt Corsbie, Pauline Dagaas, Angel Flores, Kennedy Jones, Zach Lee, Nate Mahan, Kam Markovich, Andrew Miller, Anna Piazza,...
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WALORSKI COMPLETES FIRST WEEK OF NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION IN DC

November 18, 2012
WALORSKI COMPLETES FIRST WEEK OF NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION IN DC

  11/19/12 Congresswoman-Elect Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Saturday returned home to the Second District after completing her first week of New Member Orientation in the nation’s capital. “I’ve enjoyed meeting my colleagues in the 113th Congress, particularly the new members of the freshman class,” said Walorski.  “It is clear many of us share the same...
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Ruth Roose – 101 – from Plymouth

November 18, 2012

Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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ALETA M. MONTAGUE – 66 – Winona Lake

November 18, 2012
ALETA  M. MONTAGUE – 66 – Winona Lake

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Hensleys Arrested for Theft at Wal-Mart

November 18, 2012
Hensleys Arrested for Theft at Wal-Mart

  11/19/12  On Thursday, November 15th at approximately 8:40 PM Officer Bridget Hite with the Plymouth Police Department responded to the Plymouth Wal-Mart in reference to two subjects that had been detained after they had been observed checking out at the you scan and  but didn’t scan all the items. Upon arriving Officer Hite...
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Parents Attend Triton Technology Open House

November 16, 2012
Parents Attend Triton Technology Open House

  11/19/12 Triton School Corporation held an open house for patrons to view the new technology in the classrooms on Monday, November 12th.   Two teachers from Triton Elementary School, Teresa Watkins and Britteny Brosman are blazing the trail with the new technology.  They conducted a demonstration to show others how they’re utilizing the technology...
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Chamber’s Chili Cook-Off Raises Funds for Neighborhood Center

November 16, 2012
Chamber’s Chili Cook-Off Raises Funds for Neighborhood Center

11/19/12 The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce was happy to present a check for $400 to the Marshall County Neighborhood Center to kick off their Christmas Season of Giving and helping the community on Friday. The Public Relations and Tourism Committee of the Chamber held a Chili Cook off during this month’s 2nd Friday event...
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Museum Closed for Thanksgiving, Open for Tree Lightening

November 16, 2012
Museum Closed for Thanksgiving, Open for Tree Lightening

  11/19/12 The Marshall County Historical Museum will be closed their regular hours on Thursday, November 22nd and Friday, November 23rd to allow their volunteers and employees to spend time with family and friends for Thanksgiving. On Friday the Museum night will open at 6:00 p.m. for the lighted parade and tree lighting in...
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WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN PROGRAM PROVIDES MORE THAN JUST FORMULA

November 16, 2012
WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN PROGRAM PROVIDES MORE THAN JUST FORMULA

11/19/12 The Indiana Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program is well known as a resource to provide infants with formula at no cost, but health officials want Hoosiers to know that many more benefits, like breastfeeding education and support and improved access to fruits and vegetables, are available to them through WIC. “Indiana WIC...
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Deer Firearms Season Opens

November 16, 2012
Deer Firearms Season Opens

  11/16/12 Indiana Conservation Officers are excited about the upcoming deer firearms season and working with ethical hunters who will be taking to the woods this weekend.   Deer hunters will be enjoying cooler temperatures and clear skies to help manage Indiana’s deer herd numbers as well as providing thousands of pounds of meat to...
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