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Red Hat Ladies Enjoy Ice Cream at Mooneys

April 30, 2015
Red Hat Ladies Enjoy Ice Cream at Mooneys

Alfie’s Angels Red Hat group met Wednesday, April 29th at Miller’s Assisted Living.  They took a scenic bus ride around Plymouth and then stopped at Moonies Ice Cream for a treat.  The most difficult part of the day was choosing an ice cream flavor from the 50 plus choices.  Enjoying their time at Moonies...
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Quentin Flagg Celebrates Birthday and Gives Back to Neighborhood Center

April 30, 2015
Quentin Flagg Celebrates Birthday and Gives Back to Neighborhood Center

Quentin Flagg – aka The Rock & Roll Crooner – celebrated his 32nd birthday in grand style during the month of April.  His actual birth date is April 19th; however, it has become tradition for him to celebrate at various venues throughout the Midwest during the month of April.  He always ends the Birthday...
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County Police Investigate Cruelty to Animal and Theft Complaint

April 30, 2015
County Police Investigate Cruelty to Animal and Theft Complaint

On Monday, April 27th the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was contacted about 10:30 p.m. by a resident in the 7,000 block of 11A Road in reference to one of their show goats being killed. During the investigation Officer Jordan Rans learned that an unknown subject or subjects entered the pen where the goats were...
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Leadership Marshall County Recycle Rally this Saturday in Plymouth

April 30, 2015
Leadership Marshall County Recycle Rally this Saturday in Plymouth

Leadership Marshall County is a nine month program designed to cultivate potential community leaders. Since 1995, this joint program between the Marshall County Community Foundation and United Way of Marshall County holds classes taught by current leaders on government, economic development, criminal justice, tourism, the arts, and health and human services. Participants become familiar on...
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Four Year Capital Campaign “Invest in Marshall County” Launched

April 29, 2015
Four Year Capital Campaign “Invest in Marshall County” Launched

Bill Davis, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Marshall County Economic  Development Corporation (MCEDC), announces the launch of  “Invest in Marshall County,” a four year campaign with the goal of increasing private sector participation to further grow and strengthen the county economy. “Local governments across Marshall County have been very supportive of...
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Plymouth Board of Public Works Approves Transfer of Vehicle

April 29, 2015
Plymouth Board of Public Works Approves Transfer of Vehicle

Monday evening the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety passed a resolution designating a police department Crown Victoria as surplus property.  The resolution also authorizes the transfer of the vehicle to the Board of Aviation Commissioners. This completes the transfer of the Crown Victoria to the airport for use as a courtesy car...
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Governor Pence Signs Law Enforcement, Public Safety Bills on Final Day of Session

April 29, 2015
Governor Pence Signs Law Enforcement, Public Safety Bills on Final Day of Session

On the final day of the legislative session, Governor Mike Pence signed bills regarding law enforcement and public safety. “Indiana should be the worst place in the nation to commit a crime and the best place to get a second chance once you’ve done your time,” said Governor Pence. Among the bills signed by...
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Grovertown Man Arrested for PI

April 29, 2015
Grovertown Man Arrested for PI

On Wednesday, April 29th at 3:03 A.M. Plymouth Police Officer Paul Stamper responded to 2420 West Lake Avenue in reference to an unwanted intoxicated guest that was being physically aggressive.  Officer Stamper conducted an investigation and found that 24 year old Brandon Cook of Grovertown was the unwanted guest.  He was also found to be...
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5th ANNUAL BENACK’S CROSSING LIVING HISTORY FESTIVAL

April 29, 2015
5th ANNUAL BENACK’S CROSSING LIVING HISTORY FESTIVAL

Benack’s Crossing is May 2-3 at Potawatomi Wildlife Park. Come experience 18th century life skills demonstrated in military camps. Watch the prairie and woodland skirmishes. See military drilling, single stick demonstrations, tomahawk throwing and cavalry demonstrations. Hear the boom of cannon and gun fire! Enjoy this this 2-day family event which runs Saturday May 2nd from 9 am-5pm & Sunday May...
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Postponed Earth Day / Arbor Day Celebration this Saturday

April 29, 2015
Postponed Earth Day / Arbor Day Celebration this Saturday

The Plymouth Mayor’s Youth Council requests your service at our postponed Earth Day event this Saturday, May 2nd. This will be their third annual Earth Day celebration. There will be several activities for you to partake in to celebrate Earth Day. These activities are open to adults and children eleven years or older. Church,...
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