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Jones, Huff and Jones to be 2013 World Book Night Distributor

April 21, 2013
Jones, Huff and Jones to be 2013 World Book Night Distributor

04/22/13 For the second year in a row, Plymouth has a World Book Night distribution spot. This year, the free book will be Mudbound, by Hillary Jordan, which will be available on a first-come, first-served basis starting April 23, at Jones, Huff and Jones at 550 East Jefferson Street in Plymouth, while supplies last....
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This Saturday is Nationwide Prescription Drug Take Back Day

April 21, 2013
This Saturday is Nationwide Prescription Drug Take Back Day

  04/22/13 On Saturday, April 27, 2012 the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is sponsoring the sixth nationwide “Prescription Drug Take Back” initiative. The initiative seeks to prevent prescription drug abuse and theft. Collection sites will be set up nationwide for expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs to be disposed of for destruction. This service...
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Woodcarvers to Host 7th Annual Show on Saturday

April 21, 2013
Woodcarvers to Host 7th Annual Show on Saturday

  04/22/13 The Good Times Woodcarvers Club will hold their 7th Annual Woodcarving Show at the Life Enrichment Center at 1305 West Harrison Street in Plymouth on April 27th.  Hours for the show are 9:00 a.m. to  3:00 p.m.  From the novice to the expert woodcarver, or even those who want to check out...
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Celebrate the Birth of a Movement by Donating Blood

April 21, 2013
Celebrate the Birth of a Movement by Donating Blood

  04/22/13 You can celebrate the birth of a movement and help others in need by coming to donate blood in early May. May 8th marks World Red Cross Day, as well as the birthday of Henry Dunant, the founder of what is known today as the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement....
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Fred Walker Entertains at Miller’s

April 21, 2013
Fred Walker Entertains at Miller’s

  04/22/13 Musician Fred Walker of Baroda, Michigan recently performed at Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth.  Walker is a crowd favorite and has a unique way of preparing his program to highlight the important holidays during the month.  However even by Walker’s admission – there just wasn’t “much happening in April”. “We have...
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Money Smart Week at Culver-Union Township Public Library

April 21, 2013
Money Smart Week at Culver-Union Township Public Library

  04/22/13 Culver-Union Township Public Library will celebrate Money Smart Week at your Library during the week of April 20th – 27th. Money Smart Week at your Library is a public awareness campaign to promote financial literacy at all ages, made possible by a partnership with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and the...
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3 Teens Injured in Argos Crash

April 18, 2013
3 Teens Injured in Argos Crash

  04/19/13 A single vehicle accident at 3:10 p.m. on Kenilworth just north of 17th Road on the southwest side of Argos sent three teens to the hospital. County police have not released details but a soft top jeep was northbound on Kenilworth Road when it hydroplaned on rain water on the roadway and...
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Crash Report Released on North Michigan Road Fatal Accident

April 18, 2013
Crash Report Released on North Michigan Road Fatal Accident

  04/19/13  On Wednesday, April 17th at approximately 5:57 P.M. the Marshall County Police Department received a 911 call in reference to a two vehicle accident.  The caller advised dispatch that the two vehicles had hit head on near the intersection of Michigan Road and 5A Road.  Arriving at the scene witnesses told Officer...
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Update – Yellow River to Flood out of it’s Banks Friday

April 18, 2013
Update – Yellow River to Flood out of it’s Banks Friday

  04/19/13 The National Weather service in northern Indiana has issued a FLOOD WARNING for the Yellow River at Plymouth.  The flood warning is in effect from Friday to late Monday night.   At 8 a.m. Thursday the river was at 9 feet and at noon it had risen to 9.2 feet and was...
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Ancilla Expands Early Bird Enrollment for High School Students

April 18, 2013
Ancilla Expands Early Bird Enrollment for High School Students

  04/19/13 Ancilla College is offering local high school students a way to accelerate their college education.  The Early Bird Program at Ancilla College will provide high school juniors and seniors a leg-up in college at greatly reduced tuition rates. “Area high school students have options like dual enrollment and advanced placement (AP) courses...
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