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CenturyLink Officers Low-Income Phone Service

November 25, 2013
CenturyLink Officers Low-Income Phone Service

11/26/13 Did you know that discounts on basic residential phone service are available to qualifying low-income individuals in Indiana? CenturyLink is informing Indiana residents living in a CenturyLink service area to call 800-366-8201 and ask about Lifeline telephone discounts or visit www.centurylink.com/lifeline to find out if they qualify.   This discount will help by providing...
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Coats Teams Up with Google to Help Hoosier Small Businesses

November 25, 2013
Coats Teams Up with Google to Help Hoosier Small Businesses

  11/26/13 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.), a member of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, today announced that representatives from Google will host a free tech workshop for Hoosier small businesses on Friday, December 6 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. CT at the Radisson Star Plaza on 800 East 81st Avenue in...
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Nellie I. VanGilder – 91 – from Plymouth

November 25, 2013

Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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7th Grade Red Storm Win Northwood Shootout

November 25, 2013

The 7th grade Red Storm basketball team had a great weekend winning the Northwood Shootout on Saturday.  In the first game, the Red Storm showed great toughness coming back from 6 down in the 4th to defeat a good Northwood team 58-55.  Cam Dennie led the way for the Red Storm with 20 points,...
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Open Houses for Plymouth New Tech Schools

November 24, 2013
Open Houses for Plymouth New Tech Schools

11/25/13 The Plymouth Community School Corporation proudly showed off their four new Project Based Learning schools with open houses on Sunday.  The community was invited to tour the four New Tech Schools; the Innovation Academies at Riverside and Lincoln, the ITAMCO Manufacturing Education and School Service Center and Weidner School of Inquiry at Plymouth...
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Shop With A Cop Preparing for this year’s Event

November 24, 2013
Shop With A Cop Preparing for this year’s Event

11/25/13 Plymouth FOP 195 is in full swing gathering donations for this year’s Shop With A Cop event.  For 17 or 18 years the FOP has been providing a bit of Christmas cheer to thousands of children in Marshall County.    Fundraising efforts vary from having jugs at dozens of merchants where customers are...
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15th Annual Warm Up Marshall County Huge Success

November 24, 2013
15th Annual Warm Up Marshall County Huge Success

11/25/13 The 15th Annual Warm Up Marshall County coat distribution program had an excellent response from the community this year with donations of coats.  Founder Steve Keiser, from Oliver Ford said, “Over 1,000 coats were donated to the program in just about a months’ time.  Coats were cleaned and mended if necessary and readied...
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Auto Park in Plymouth Gives 750 Turkeys Away

November 24, 2013
Auto Park in Plymouth Gives 750 Turkeys Away

  11/25/13 Generosity was in full force Saturday morning at the Auto Park on West Jefferson Street in Plymouth. Their 5th Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway was scheduled to begin at 10 a.m.   Hundreds and hundreds of people lined up for the turkey giveaway.  People actually started lining up about 7 a.m. in the...
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Register to Win $$$ and Attend Lighted Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting on Friday

November 24, 2013
Register to Win $$$ and Attend Lighted Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting on Friday

  11/25/13 Who couldn’t use a bit of extra money during the coming holiday season?  Well, here’s a fun and easy way for you to win a little extra.  During the lighted Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting events on Friday, November 29th eight $50 chamber buck gift certificates and one $100 gift certificate will...
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Bullying, Physical Attack and Social Media Issue at LaVille Jr./Sr. High

November 23, 2013
Bullying, Physical Attack and Social Media Issue at LaVille Jr./Sr. High

  11/25/13 Incidents at LaVille Jr./Sr. High School that led to three in and/or out of school suspensions and one detention, took school administrators  nearly a whole day to investigate. The incidents allegedly involved bullying, physical attacks, and social media. According to LaVille Dean of Students, Michael Edison, the incidents were not immediately reported....
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