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Recovering Meth Addict to Speak to Schools & Public

October 22, 2013
Recovering Meth Addict to Speak to Schools & Public

  10/23/13 The Marshall County Local Coordinating Committee will be hosting  David Parnell, recovering meth addict tonight. David spent twenty-three years abusing drugs, seven years of which he was addicted to methamphetamine. Methamphetamine is highly addictive stimulant, which severely affects the brain. Under its influence, he even attempted suicide by shooting himself. He shot...
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Donaldson Church Facade Falls Off

October 22, 2013
Donaldson Church Facade Falls Off

  10/23/13 Marshall County Building Commissioner, Chuck DeWitt was called Monday morning by a concerned citizen to look at the old church in Donaldson on the northwest corner where the façade fell off the bell tower over the weekend.    DeWitt said Mr. Don Brady just purchased the building and is starting repairs on...
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Plymouth Police Department Arrests

October 22, 2013
Plymouth Police Department Arrests

10/23/13 On Sunday, October 20th at 7:03 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Benjamin C. McIntyre responded to Dollar General in Kroger’s Plaza in reference to a theft suspect located in Dollar General.  Officer McIntyre assisted by Officer Matthew Emenhiser located and arrested 19 year old Luis R. Castillo III inside of the store.  Further investigation...
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WALORSKI, INDIANA LAWMAKERS CALL FOR HEALTH CARE ENROLLMENT NUMBERS

October 22, 2013
WALORSKI, INDIANA LAWMAKERS CALL FOR HEALTH CARE ENROLLMENT NUMBERS

  10/23/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski and Hoosier lawmakers sent a letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius Monday requesting information on the number of Hoosiers currently enrolled in the health care exchange.  Over the past three weeks, numerous malfunctions and problems have been reported with the website, preventing applicants from successfully enrolling...
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Plymouth Schools on Fall Break Thursday & Friday

October 22, 2013
Plymouth Schools on Fall Break Thursday & Friday

  10/23/13 Superintendent of the Plymouth Community Schools, Dan Tyree wants to remind parents that there will be no school on Thursday, October 24, 2013 and Friday, October 25 for fall break.  Students will return back to school on Monday, October 28th at the regular times.   
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Haunted Grounds in Centennial Park Tomorrow

October 22, 2013
Haunted Grounds in Centennial Park Tomorrow

    10/23/13  The Plymouth Park Department will host its annual Haunted Grounds tomorrow Thursday, October 24th from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at their new location at the Freyman Shelter near the tennis courts in Centennial Park. Families are invited to bring their kids out and enjoy games, a hay ride, free pumpkins...
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Energy Saving Tips For Your Home This Winter

October 22, 2013
Energy Saving Tips For Your Home This Winter

10/23/13 With winter approaching and consumers across Indiana turning their furnaces on, it’s a good time to consider how your home or business can be more energy efficient.  Our website offers a host of useful tips that will help you prepare for winter,” said Indiana Utility Consumer Counselor David Stippler. “These tips can add...
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Potatoe Creek State Park Annual Closure

October 22, 2013
Potatoe Creek State Park Annual Closure

10/23/13 Potato Creek State Park will close to conduct deer herd maintenance hunts on November 18th  and 19th and December 2nd and 3rd.    No one except selected hunters will be admitted to the park on these days.  Canada goose reduction hunts will take place November 9th and 10th and December 14th and 15th....
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Unusual Jewelry Program at Miller’s

October 22, 2013
Unusual Jewelry Program at Miller’s

  10/23/13 Marcy Sickmiller of Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth kept her audience laughing throughout her program Friday afternoon which she titled “Unusual Jewelry”.  “I had all this different jewelry in a shoe box which I marked “junk jewelry” on the outside”, began Sickmiller.  “And then I thought, ‘wait a minute, this isn’t...
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PHS FFA Chapter Helps at Menominee Fun Fair

October 22, 2013
PHS FFA Chapter Helps at Menominee Fun Fair

  10/23/13  On Friday, October 11th the Plymouth High School FFA Chapter volunteered at the Menominee Fun Fair as a community service event donating their time and talents.  Money raised at the Fun Fair will help Menominee Elementary make their school better for the kids. FFA members helped with face painting, hair painting and...
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