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Miller’s Residents Learn about Diabetic Supplies

January 10, 2013
Miller’s Residents Learn about Diabetic Supplies

  01/11/13 Jim Grater of ACE Medical Supplies recently held a seminar about diabetic supplies at Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth.  Grater’s discussion included facts about Dr. Comfort shoes.  His assistant Courtney Curry took various styles of shoes around to each person in attendance and also passed out literature. Grater shared some very...
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Park Board Approves Location for new Tennis Courts

January 9, 2013
Park Board Approves Location for new Tennis Courts

01/10/13 Sarah Smith appeared before the Plymouth Park Board Monday evening to discuss the Hunter Tennis Complex.  A committee has been working for about a year on improving the current facility. Smith said they continue to seeking funding for the new courts but need a determination of where they might be located to be...
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Grab The Milk…It’s Girl Scout Cookie Time!

January 9, 2013
Grab The Milk…It’s Girl Scout Cookie Time!

  01/10/13  Girl Scouts of Northern Indiana-Michiana are ready to provide the community with its favorite treat as they learn valuable life lessons.  This year, as they celebrate their Year of the Girl – 100th Anniversary, Girl Scout cookies will be on sale beginning Friday, January 11, continuing through March 12.  For $3.50 per...
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Coats Calls on Congress to Reconvene, Work on Deficit Reduction Plan

January 9, 2013
Coats Calls on Congress to Reconvene, Work on Deficit Reduction Plan

   01/10/13 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.), ranking Republican on the bicameral Joint Economic Committee, Monday called on congressional leaders to bring Congress back into session to work on a deficit reduction plan: “As the national debt continues to rise, each day wasted is a day closer to our country hitting its borrowing limit. Rather...
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Meth Lab in Park Concession Stand

January 9, 2013
Meth Lab in Park Concession Stand

  01/10/13 Last month on December 27th about 1 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Nick Young was on routine patrol and located an unlocked at the concession stand at the softball field in Packard Woods.  The police department contacted Park Superintendent Mike Hite was called and responded to the location. When they went inside they...
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School Board Reorganizes & Approves Bids on Renovation Projects

January 9, 2013
School Board Reorganizes & Approves Bids on Renovation Projects

01/10/13 During a meeting on Tuesday night, The Plymouth School Board elected officers for 2013.  Officers elected by unanimous vote are as follows: President, Todd Samuelson, Vice-President, Larry Holloway, and Secretary, Melissa Christiansen. Samuelson will also serve as the president of the Finance Board and Christiansen was elected Finance Board Secretary. Regular meetings of...
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Culver Academies Inaugural Parade Practice Parade Sunday

January 9, 2013
Culver Academies Inaugural Parade Practice Parade Sunday

  01/10/13 As the riders from Culver Academies prepare for their 16th appearance in a presidential inaugural parade, the community will have an opportunity to see them this Sunday. A practice inaugural parade will be held through the streets of Culver. The CMA band will be leading the 82 mounted riders through town and...
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Community Foundation to hold Orientation of Grant Application

January 9, 2013
Community Foundation to hold Orientation of Grant Application

 01/10/13 The Marshall County Community Foundation is now accepting applications for the first grant cycle of 2013. The General Endowment is the grant making fund of the Marshall County Community Foundation (MCCF) and is the most flexible and responsive of the Foundation’s 285 funds. Grants from this fund address the needs throughout Marshall County...
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PROPERLY PLACED SMOKE ALARMS CAN SAVE LIVES THIS WINTER

January 9, 2013
PROPERLY PLACED SMOKE ALARMS CAN SAVE LIVES THIS WINTER

  01/10/13 With half of home heating fires occurring during the winter, the Indiana State Fire Marshal’s office is reminding Hoosiers of the proper number and placement of smoke alarms in residences. “Every winter, firefighters across the state respond to thousands of home fires caused by improper heaters, fireplaces, wood burning stoves, etc.,” said...
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IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS FOR 2013-2014 SCHOOL YEAR RELEASED

January 9, 2013
IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS FOR 2013-2014 SCHOOL YEAR RELEASED

  01/10/13 The Indiana State Department of Health has published the school immunization requirements for the 2013-2014 school year for students in grades kindergarten through 12th grade. New requirements include: Kindergarten through 12th grade: Two valid doses of varicella vaccine or a documented history of having chicken pox disease. Students in grades kindergarten through...
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