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Mayor’s Blood Drive at Farmers’ Market Saturday

September 11, 2012
Mayor’s Blood Drive at Farmers’ Market Saturday

 09/12/12 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter will host another Blood Drive at the Farmer’s Market this Saturday, September 15th. The South Bend Medical Foundation will bring an air-conditioned mobile lab for folks that want to donate.  The Blood Drive is scheduled to be open from 8 a.m. till 12 noon. All donors will have their...
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WALORSKI AWARDED INDIANA FARM BUREAU ELECT PAC ENDORSEMENT

September 11, 2012
WALORSKI AWARDED INDIANA FARM BUREAU ELECT PAC ENDORSEMENT

  09/12/12 Republican Congressional Candidate Jackie Walorski   (IN-02) was formally endorsed today by the Indiana Farm Bureau’s political   action committee, Indiana Farm Bureau ELECT.“It is a privilege to be endorsed by Indiana’s farmers,” said   Walorski.  “Agriculture is the cornerstone of the Hoosier state’s   economy, and with all 92 counties recently...
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Former PHS Grad Receives Gates Foundation Money for Classroom Books

September 11, 2012
Former PHS Grad Receives Gates Foundation Money for Classroom Books

  09/12/12 Former Plymouth resident Katie Day Quinn knew she would have to find creative ways to fill her first second grade classroom with all of the teaching aides to make her students successful. Besides using funds allotted by the school in Charlestown, S.C., lugging in books that she had as a child, and...
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Culver Woman Arrested for Marijuana

September 11, 2012
Culver Woman Arrested for Marijuana

09/12/12  On Saturday, September 8th at 8:06 PM Indiana State Police Trooper Jason Faulstich was patrolling State Road 17 north of State Road 110 when he observed a white Chrysler speeding.  Trooper Faulstich initiated a traffic stop on the driver, 33 year old Crystal G. Depoy of Culver. During the investigation the Trooper detected an...
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Plymouth Kiwanis Welcome New Members

September 11, 2012
Plymouth Kiwanis Welcome New Members

  09/12/12  The Plymouth Kiwanis group welcomed four new members during their weekly meeting on Tuesday. The new members pictured in front are Derek Spier and Kyle Coffman.   Coffman is the assistant principal at Plymouth High School. Coffman works with freshman and sophomore students assisting with discipline and attendances. He also helps coordinate...
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Miller’s Hosts Event for Nat. Assisted Living Week

September 11, 2012
Miller’s Hosts Event for Nat. Assisted Living Week

  09/12/12 National Assisted Living Week is upon us running from Saturday, September 8 through Friday, September 14.  Established in 1995, National Assisted Living Week provides a unique opportunity for residents, families, staff, volunteers and the surrounding community to come together to give residents a variety of exciting events and activities that show them...
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BUILD AN EMERGENCY KIT

September 11, 2012
BUILD AN EMERGENCY KIT

  09/12/12 As part of National Preparedness Month, the Indiana State Department of Health has launched a “30 Days, 30 Ways to Prepare” campaign. The campaign provides daily tips categorized into a weekly theme for the month of September.  The second week’s theme is focused on how to build an emergency kit. An emergency...
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Bass Lake Man Found Dead in Home Identified

September 11, 2012
Bass Lake Man Found Dead in Home Identified

 09/12/12 The deceased man who was found Saturday, September 8th in his Bass Lake home has been identified. Starke County Coroner Kris Rannells says 52 year old David Griffin was found inside his residence by his brother, who had gone to check on him after not hearing from him for some time. Because foul...
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City Council Hears 1st Reading of 2013 Budget with 3% Salary Increase

September 10, 2012
City Council Hears 1st Reading of 2013 Budget with 3% Salary Increase

  09/11/12  There were no comments during the public hearing of the 2013 city budget during last night’s Plymouth Common Council meeting.  The bottom line of the budget for next year is 1.48% higher than this year at $11,082,572. City Attorney Sean Surrisi told council members he and Building Inspector Keith Hammonds spent the...
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SUV Drives in Home after Crash

September 10, 2012
SUV Drives in Home after Crash

  09/11/12 Emergency responders were dispatched to the intersection of North Michigan and Harrison Streets Saturday just after noon for the report of an accident where the vehicle went into a house.   Plymouth Police Officer Ted Brown responded to the scene and found one vehicle in the south bound lanes of Michigan Street...
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