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Bremen Schools Make the Grade

November 19, 2012
Bremen Schools Make the Grade

11/20/12  For the second year in a row, both Bremen High School and Bremen Elementary-Middle School have earned a grade of “A” from the Indiana Department of Education. Beginning with the 2010-11 academic year, the State Board of Education changed the labels for school categories based on student performance from the terms Exemplary, Commendable,...
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Bachelor Auction Raises $6,000 for Relay for Life

November 19, 2012
Bachelor Auction Raises $6,000 for Relay for Life

  11/20/12 The first annual Bachelor Auction to benefit the Marshall County Relay for Life through Team Nellie was a huge success. Co-chairmen, Pam Mahler-Lee and Gwen DeMont-Calvert proudly presented Becky Milliser, Team Nellie Captain, with the proceeds from the Bachelor Auction held on November 3.  The presentation was in the amount of $6,000...
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Kern Road Reopens Early in South Bend

November 19, 2012
Kern Road Reopens Early in South Bend

  11/20/12 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces the reopening of Kern Road to all traffic between U.S. 31 and Locust Road beginning Wednesday, November 21st, weather permitting. Work was completed a week and a half ahead of schedule. This stretch of Kern Road closed in late July for the first phase of...
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Birk Arrested and Receives

November 19, 2012
Birk Arrested and Receives

 11/20/12  On Friday, November 16th at 4:04 PM Plymouth Police Officer Jesse Pippenger located Jeffery L. Birk at Washington and Plum Streets.   Birk, 44, had an active warrant through Marshall County for a Civil Contempt.  He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked on a $1,500cash bond.   He was additionally charged with...
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Senator Head says 2012 Budget Session Begins Tuesday

November 19, 2012
Senator Head says 2012 Budget Session Begins Tuesday

  11/20/12 It’s that time of year again.  Elections are over and the people’s work begins. On Tuesday, November 20th our state lawmakers will gather at the Statehouse to ceremonially kick off the Indiana General Assembly’s next legislative session. “Organization Day,” as it’s called, will give them the opportunity to swear in new members...
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Friends of the Library Host Bake Sale on Wednesday

November 19, 2012
Friends of the Library Host Bake Sale on Wednesday

  11/20/12 Looking for that last-minute home baked goody for your Thanksgiving get together? On Wednesday, November 21, the Friends of the Plymouth Public Library are once again hosting a bake sale. The bake sale runs from 9 a.m. until all baked goods are gone. Come and check out the scrumptious delights. All proceeds help...
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Give something that means something this holiday season

November 19, 2012
Give something that means something this holiday season

  11/20/12 During the 2012 holiday season, the American Red Cross asks everyone to support its mission by giving something meaningful — giving hope to those in need. Something meaningful like a blood donation is a gift that doesn’t cost a thing but can give joy and hope to a hospital patient in need....
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Advanced Art Project at Triton High School

November 19, 2012
Advanced Art Project at Triton High School

  11/20/12 The advanced art class at Triton high School under the direction of art teacher, Ms. Westphal, just completed their monochromatic mood portraits. After researching color symbolism, the students matched their facial expressions to the mood their chosen color represented!  They then mixed a value scale using only white and black plus their color...
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Robert Kaszas from Plymouth

November 19, 2012

Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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MARY E. BEAM GRIDLEY – 87 – from Plymouth

November 19, 2012
MARY E. BEAM GRIDLEY – 87 – from Plymouth

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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