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OOP Laddies basketball Event at Triton

October 30, 2014
OOP Laddies basketball Event at Triton

Ounce of Prevention Breast Cancer has been invited to team up with the Triton Ladies Basketball team to play a fun-filled game with the Plymouth Ladies basketball teams this year. Their motto is “Unifying the small efforts of many to create a greater impact for Marshall County”. This special game will take place on...
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Sgt. Aaron L. Stephens – 23 – formerly of Argos

October 30, 2014
Sgt. Aaron L. Stephens – 23 – formerly of Argos

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Big test awaits Rockies on Friday

October 30, 2014
Big test awaits Rockies on Friday

PLYMOUTH – Plymouth’s Rockies have to feel that there is no place like home and living to play another week at the Rockpile has brought the reward 7-2 South Bend St. Joseph. The Indians come to Plymouth having lost back to back games in week five and six against Marian (8-2) and Penn (10-0)....
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Jarrod August Ball – 38 – Greensboro, NC formerly of Rochester

October 30, 2014
Jarrod August Ball – 38 – Greensboro, NC formerly of Rochester

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Mary Lou Connolly – 75 – from Plymouth

October 30, 2014
Mary Lou Connolly – 75 – from Plymouth

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Time Falls Back this Sunday for Daylight Savings Time

October 29, 2014
Time Falls Back this Sunday for Daylight Savings Time

You won’t have to hit the snooze button on Sunday, because the end of daylight saving time will give you that extra hour of sleep you’ve been craving. Clocks will fall back to standard time on Sunday at 2 a.m. Many of us will have to set our clocks back one hour but those...
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Charges Filed Against Plymouth School Bus Driver

October 29, 2014
Charges Filed Against Plymouth School Bus Driver

On Friday, October 17, at 7:41 a.m. Mary Yates reported that her vehicle had been hit and damaged while parked, in her driveway in the 16,000 of Cook Lake Trail. It was reported to Officer Les McFarland from witness in the area that a Plymouth School Bus had allegedly hit the vehicle and then...
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SJRMC to Unveil Two Blueberry Sculptures on Thursday

October 29, 2014
SJRMC to Unveil Two Blueberry Sculptures on Thursday

Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) will unveil two new blueberry sculptures at 10 am on Thursday on its Plymouth campus. The blueberries, named “Fit” and “Faith” represent SJRMC’s faith-based mission and it’s commitment to the community’s wellness. Both blueberries help spread the This Counts message. This Counts is a community partnership that encourages...
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Garmong Shell Building Nearly Complete

October 29, 2014
Garmong Shell Building Nearly Complete

Last week members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission were updated on the Garmong Commerce building being constructed in the industrial park on the north side of US 30 and west side of Pioneer Drive. The 45,000 square foot shell building is nearly completed and ready to be turned over to the partners; the City...
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Learn About 4-H this Saturday

October 29, 2014
Learn About 4-H this Saturday

To kick-off the new 4-H enrollment period, Marshall County 4-H will be hosting a Project Fair on November 1st from 10 a.m. – 12 noon at the Marshall County Life Enrichment Center/Council on Aging (1305 W. Harrison St., Plymouth, IN 46563). Projects will be on display for youth to explore such as glass etching,...
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