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Pizza Hut Fundraiser for PHS Swim & Dive Team

November 1, 2013
Pizza Hut Fundraiser for PHS Swim & Dive Team

  11/04/13 Wondering what to do for dinner tonight?  The Plymouth Swim Team has an idea for you.  How about taking your family to Pizza Hut for a PHS Swim and Dive Team fundraiser?  On Monday, November 4th from 5 to 8 p.m. swim team members and their parents will serve you while you...
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Homer Stoneburner – 87 – from Plymouth

November 1, 2013
Homer Stoneburner – 87 – from Plymouth

  Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Jean Strang – 85 – of Monterey

November 1, 2013

  Funeral arrangements are pending at the Odom Funeral Home in Culver, IN.
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4:30 Community Send Off for Pride of Plymouth Marching Band

November 1, 2013
4:30 Community Send Off for Pride of Plymouth Marching Band

  11/01/13 The Pride of Plymouth Marching Band will head off to the state competition this afternoon about 4:30.  They will travel up Baker Street then south bound on Michigan Street through town on their trek to Indianapolis.  Band Director Bryan Ames said they hop lots of parents and community members will be standing...
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County Police Investigating Fatal Accident on US 30 near Union Road

November 1, 2013
County Police Investigating Fatal Accident on US 30 near Union Road

    11/01/13 West bound traffic on US 30 was stalled early this morning due to a fatal accident.   At approximately 2:50 the Marshall County Dispatch Center received a 9-1-1 call from truck driver on US 30 near Union Road.  The driver reported that he may have struck a pedestrian.  County Police officers...
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Tree Planted in Honor of Dr. Otis Bowen at Ancilla College

November 1, 2013
Tree Planted in Honor of Dr. Otis Bowen at Ancilla College

  11/04/13  Former Governor of Indiana, Dr. Otis Bowen, was remembered on th campus of Ancilla College Thursday, October 31st. Dr. Bowen had several connections to the Center at Donaldson including his time as an Ancilla College board member and Catherine Kasper Life Center resident.  “Dr. Bowen was a powerful advocate on behalf of...
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Kiwanis Donate Candy to Miller’s Assisted for Trick-or-Treat

November 1, 2013
Kiwanis Donate Candy to Miller’s Assisted for Trick-or-Treat

  11/04/13 Plymouth Kiwanis Club recently donated candy to Miller’s Assisted Living for their annual Community Trick or Treat which was held on Saturday, Oct 26th.  The Kiwanis organization has been dedicated to helping children since 1915. Kiwanis president Tammy Boys stated, “We are dedicated to helping the children in Plymouth, our surrounding communities...
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Bill Ellinger Appointed to Redevelopment Commission

October 31, 2013
Bill Ellinger Appointed to Redevelopment Commission

  11/01/13 Members of the Plymouth Common Council had to appoint a member to the Redevelopment Commission during their meeting this week.  The appointment was necessary to replace Don Wendel who had to resign his position since he has recently moved outside of the city limits.  Three citizens tossed their hats into the ring...
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$4 Million in 3rd Quarter City Building Permits

October 31, 2013
$4 Million in 3rd Quarter City Building Permits

  11/01/13 Plymouth Building Commissioner, Keith Hammond presented the 2013 third quarter report to the Board of Public Works and Safety during Monday night’s city meeting.  There were a total of 75 permits issued during July, August and September with the actual costs of the permits totaling $7,255.40.  The estimated value of the projects...
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City Board of Public Works & Safety Approve Grant Opportunity

October 31, 2013
City Board of Public Works & Safety Approve Grant Opportunity

11/01/13 Monday evening members of the Board of Public Works and Safety motioned to move forward with a FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) grant to purchase additional property in the flood plain.  City Attorney Sean Surrisi told members that FEMA had approved the city for an additional grant in April of this year but...
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