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WALORSKI HIGHLIGHTS KEY LEGISLATION TO SUPPORT EMERGENCY RESPONDERS AT PLYMOUTH FIREHOUSE

January 21, 2014
WALORSKI HIGHLIGHTS KEY LEGISLATION TO SUPPORT EMERGENCY RESPONDERS AT PLYMOUTH FIREHOUSE

  01/22/14 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski Tuesday evening held a press conference at the Plymouth Fire Department with Mayor Mark Senter, Fire Chief Rodney Miller, and volunteer and full time firefighters to highlight the importance of the Protecting Volunteer Firefighters and Emergency Responders Act, a bill Walorski co-sponsored to exempt volunteer firefighters and volunteer emergency...
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3 Injured in 5 Vehicle Crash at Oak Drive & US 30

January 21, 2014
3 Injured in 5 Vehicle Crash at Oak Drive & US 30

01/22/14  On Monday, January 20th at 4:57 P.M. the Plymouth Police Department was dispatched to a multiple vehicle accident with personal injury at the intersection of Oak Drive and US 30.  The preliminary investigation shows that 68 year old Laurence Hagbom of Auburn, Michigan was driving a 2011 Volvo semi westbound on US 30....
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County Museum Seeking Loans of Automotive Related Buseiness and Industries

January 21, 2014
County Museum Seeking Loans of Automotive Related Buseiness and Industries

  01/22/14  The Marshall County Museum is looking for historic pictures of local gas stations, drive-in’s, watering holes or any automotive-related business or industry in Marshall County from any era.  They are also looking for memorabilia from these businesses.    The museum is working on an open house and exhibit in March that tells...
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Westafer Arrested for Shoplifting

January 21, 2014
Westafer Arrested for Shoplifting

  01/22/14  On Friday, January 17th at 2:59 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman was dispatched to Wal-Mart in reference to a female shoplifter who had been detained by Asset Protection employees. Arriving at the scene, it was advised by Wal-Mart employees that they had observed 28 year old Ashlee J. Westafer of Plymouth...
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Ancilla College Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

January 21, 2014
Ancilla College Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

  01/22/14 Students, faculty, and staff gathered Monday to recognize and celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. January 20th marked this year’s holiday celebrating the achievements and messages of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The event was organized by the Student Development & Diversity Committee which consists of various faculty, administration, and staff...
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Free Financial Aid Workshops

January 21, 2014
Free Financial Aid Workshops

  01/22/14 Financial aid staff from Ancilla College will be leading workshops for parents and students at several locations throughout the area the next couple of months. College staff will be available to sit down with individuals and fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), a key step toward getting state...
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Commissioners Approve Requests

January 21, 2014
Commissioners Approve Requests

  01/22/14  The County Commissioners approved the request of EMA Director Clyde Avery to apply for two grants.  Avery will apply for an EMPG Sub-grant in the amount of $5,179.77 The grant will allow for the purchase for I-pads, Weather Alert radios, and educational material.  This will be a reimbursable grant.  The second grant...
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PHS Key Club Members Volunteer on MLK Day at Miller’s

January 21, 2014
PHS Key Club Members Volunteer on MLK Day at Miller’s

  01/22/14 On Monday January 20th, more than 70 members of the Plymouth High School Key Club paid tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King’s legacy by dedicating themselves to a day of service and volunteer activities throughout the Plymouth area.  Five of these students chose Miller’s Senior Living Community to share their acts of...
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Culver Park Board Meeting Cancelled

January 21, 2014
Culver Park Board Meeting Cancelled

  01/22/14 Culver Town Clerk/Treasurer Karen Heim announced the cancellation of regular Park Board meeting.  The meeting, originally scheduled for Wednesday, January 22nd at 6:30 was cancelled due to the lack of a quorum.   
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Martins Super Market Shooting, Investigation Continues

January 21, 2014
Martins Super Market Shooting, Investigation Continues

  01/22/14 Elkhart County – The Indiana State Police are continuing the investigation of the Martins Super Market shooting that took place last Wednesday night in Elkhart. Detectives involved in the case have worked tirelessly over the last five days and continue to look at all facets of the crime. The state police are...
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