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Busy Night for Culver Town Council

September 28, 2012
Busy Night for Culver Town Council

  10/01/12 The Town Council Meeting in Culver on Tuesday, September 25th was a packed house. It was standing room only in support for the outdoor dining at Cafe Max located in the heart of Culver’s shopping district. The 1st issue brought before the council was the sign issue for the Episcopal Church on...
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County Police Investigations

September 28, 2012
County Police Investigations

   10/01/12  On Monday, September 24th at 3:02 PM Patrolman Matt Brown with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to the 10,000 block of 12B Road in reference to an attempted burglary and criminal mischief complaint.   Upon arriving to the location the home owner advised that between the hours of 1:00 PM and 3:00...
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Culver BZA Approves Variences

September 28, 2012
Culver BZA Approves Variences

10/01/12 The Culver Zoning Board met on Thursday Sept 20th to hear four variance petitions.   Agnes and John Bramfeld representing the Bramfeld Family Trust were seeking three variances at 1322 East Shore Drive.  The standard setback is 40 feet and the variance is for a rear yard setback of 25 feet. The second...
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Plymouth Family Taekwondo Students Compete in Michigan

September 28, 2012
Plymouth Family Taekwondo Students Compete in Michigan

  10/01/12 Recently 13 students from Plymouth Family Taekwondo competed in the 2012 AOMA (American Open Martial Arts) National Championships in Dundee, Michigan.  They competed in board breaking, forms and sparring.  Out of those 13 students, they brought back to Plymouth 20 Gold Medals, 15 Silver Medals, and 5 Bronze Medals.  We congratulate all...
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Community Invited to Bullying Prevention Program

September 28, 2012
Community Invited to Bullying Prevention Program

10/01/12 Riverside School Title I and Plymouth Social Workers and Counselors invite the community to attend “Connect:  A Bullying Prevention Program” presented by Milene Ferazza Jeffirs.  The program will begin at 6:30 on Tuesday, October 2.  Mrs. Jeffirs will be addressing both parents and students on positive ways to prevent bullying at school and...
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Flagg Talks MCCO at Triad

September 28, 2012
Flagg Talks MCCO at Triad

  10/01/12 Marshall County Church Orchestra member Cindy Flagg was the guest speaker at the Thursday morning meeting of Marshall County Triad.  She shared the twelve year history of the orchestra by stating the Marshall County Church Orchestra seems to be one of the “best kept secrets of Marshall County”. “After twelve years of...
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Sentimental Journey Entertains at Miller’s

September 28, 2012
Sentimental Journey Entertains at Miller’s

  10/01/12 The Sentimental Journeys of Bourbon performed at Miller’s Senior Living Community on the fifth day of National Assisted Living Week.  The Sentimental Journeys are a group of musicians who pay tribute to the sounds of the big band era.  The weather was beautiful as the band performed out side under the car...
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Raymond Ritter – 83 – from Plymouth

September 28, 2012
Raymond Ritter – 83 – from Plymouth

  Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Updated: Man Injured in Tippecanoe House Fire

September 27, 2012
Updated: Man Injured in Tippecanoe House Fire

  09/28/12 At 11:17 Thursday morning the Marshall County Dispatch Center received a 9-1-1 call from employees at Premier Trust Company who were reporting a house fire in Tippecanoe.   Fire fighters from the Tippecanoe Fire Department and Bourbon responded to the scene and found flames shooting through the roof.  The owner of the...
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Cameron Lawton Arrested for Forgery, Theft, and Fraud

September 27, 2012
Cameron Lawton Arrested for Forgery, Theft, and Fraud

  09/28/12 On Wednesday, September 26th at 8:10 a.m. the Plymouth Police Department received a report from a resident of the 700 block of Ferndale Street in Plymouth regarding the theft of items from a vehicle that had occurred overnight. The investigation revealed that a credit card from this theft had been used in...
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