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Boots For The Bus Stop in 11th Year

November 28, 2012
Boots For The Bus Stop in 11th Year

  11/29/12 For the past 11 years Corporal Bridget Hite with the Plymouth Police Department has lead the charge to collect boots for needy children through the Boots For The Bus Stop Program. Years ago officers were talking about seeing children at the bus stop standing in the snow with tennis shoes on.  Teachers...
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Mayor’s Blood Drive December 15th

November 28, 2012
Mayor’s Blood Drive December 15th

  11/29/12 Mayor Mark Senter will host his final blood drive of 2012 at the Earthworks Market, 701 East Jefferson Street in Plymouth on Saturday, December 15th from 8 a.m. till noon. When you donate blood you will be able to pick a present. All donors will be eligible to pick one of the...
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City Plants 26 New Trees

November 28, 2012
City Plants 26 New Trees

  11/29/12 This week the City of Plymouth did their annual tree planting project.  $7,000 was allotted in this year’s budget to plant new trees.  Some new trees are planted where other have been taken down or destroyed by storms.   White tipped sticks with white circles were seen in the right-of-ways around town...
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Miller’s Residents make Ornaments to Trim Tree at Chamber

November 28, 2012
Miller’s Residents make Ornaments to Trim Tree at Chamber

 11/29/12  The calendar may say November but Miller’s Senior Living Community is looking ahead to December already.  Marketing Director Anna Corbett approached the residents and explained that on the first of December Miller’s Senior Living is in charge of decorating the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce display window in downtown Plymouth.  Corbett would like to...
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“Holiday Mail for Heroes” Program Shines This Holiday Season

November 28, 2012
“Holiday Mail for Heroes” Program Shines This Holiday Season

11/29/12 Deep in the heart of Marshall County, a special group of youth volunteer and donate many hours of self-less service to members within and members outside of our community. This special group of youth volunteers is called the Marshall County American Red Cross Youth Group. Members of this special youth group possess two...
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ELIZABETH L. “BETTY” BEATTY – 81 – from Plymouth

November 28, 2012
ELIZABETH L. “BETTY” BEATTY – 81 – from Plymouth

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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City Board of Public Works and Safety Approvals

November 27, 2012
City Board of Public Works and Safety Approvals

  11/28/12 City attorney Sean Surrisi presented quotes to the Board of Public Works and Safety members during Monday night’s meeting.  Quotes were opened for lighting and heating and air conditioning improvements at the Plymouth Fire Department and Police Department. The projects are energy efficient improvements.    Peregrine Heating had the low quote for the...
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Oliver Ford Collecting Toys for PHS Christmas Party for Underprivileged Children

November 27, 2012
Oliver Ford Collecting Toys for PHS Christmas Party for Underprivileged Children

  11/28/12 Plymouth High School Student Council sponsors an Annual Christmas Party for Underprivileged Children as their December Community Service Project. This party has been going on for at least 29 years at PHS. The goal is to bring Christmas to children whose families are struggling.  The children who attend the celebration are from...
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Center Township Warning Sirens Installed

November 27, 2012
Center Township Warning Sirens Installed

  11/28/12 Plymouth residents in Center Township could soon have advance warnings of tornadoes heading to the area. According to Center Township Trustee Doug Kucera, tornado sirens have been placed at the Plymouth Speedway just south of town and across from the mobile home park on Hawthorne Rd in Inwood, located on the east...
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Wood Burning Stove Changeout Program Aims to Help Improve Air Quality

November 27, 2012
Wood Burning Stove Changeout Program Aims to Help Improve Air Quality

 11/28/12 Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) has partnered with the American Lung Association and the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) to provide up to $5,000 in instant rebates to northern Indiana residents who change out or retrofit their older, high-emissions wood burning boilers, stoves and fireplaces with more efficient appliances. The...
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