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Miller’s Residents Enjoy Olympic Fun Day

August 10, 2012
Miller’s Residents Enjoy Olympic Fun Day

  08/13/12 Miller’s Senior Living Community volunteers created a day of Olympic fun for residents.  Tracy Wilson and her daughters Autumn and Makayla and their friend Audrie Burton made several Olympic trivia games and attended Tea and Trivia on Thursday, August 2. Autumn and Makayla have been very interested in the Olympics this summer...
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Limited hay cutting allowed on Classified Wildlands

August 10, 2012
Limited hay cutting allowed on Classified Wildlands

  08/13/12 The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has announced that landowners who have non-forested acreage enrolled in the Classified Forest and Wildlands Program may be eligible for a special permit to allow hay cutting on a limited basis. “The DNR recognizes the drought has taken a significant toll on hay production across the...
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Lake Max Triathlon this Saturday

August 10, 2012
Lake Max Triathlon this Saturday

08/10/12 Nearly 200 people have registered for the Lake Max Triathlon, which will take place Saturday, Aug. 11, starting at 8 a.m. The triathletes will be tested by a course featuring a 400-meter swim in Lake Maxinkuckee, a 10-mile bike ride around the lake and a 5-kilometer (3.1 miles) run along the lake.  Participants...
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Sentimental Journey to Perform at Farmers’ Market Saturdya

August 10, 2012
Sentimental Journey to Perform at Farmers’ Market Saturdya

  08/10/11 This Saturday, the Plymouth Farmers’ Market will feature the popular band, Sentimental Journey, performing at 9:30. Under the direction of Steve Weissert, the big-band era group plays some tunes from the ‘50’s and ‘60’s but much of the music they play was made famous by composers and band leaders Glenn Miller, Benny...
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Marshall County Sees Rise in Percentage of College Graduates

August 9, 2012
Marshall County Sees Rise in Percentage of College Graduates

  08/10/12 Marshall County has experienced a brain gain in the last 40 years, joining the rest of the country in what has been a massive increase in the number of adults who have earned college degrees. In 1970, 7.6 percent of those over 25 years of age had college degrees in Marshall County....
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Plymouth Alternative School Continues with Success

August 9, 2012
Plymouth Alternative School Continues with Success

  08/10/12 The Marshall County Alternative School, housed in the Service Center of the Plymouth Schools, continues to have successes year after year. Suzie Clevenger, who runs the program, presented her yearly report to the Plymouth School Board on August 7. Clevenger said during the three tri-mesters in the 2011-2012 school years enrollment was...
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Lake Max. Association & Sheriff’s Department Working Together

August 9, 2012
Lake Max. Association & Sheriff’s Department Working Together

  08/10/12 The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department patrols Lake Maxinkuckee  for a second summer per an agreement with Sheriff Tom Chamberlin and Marshall County Commissioners.  Deputies from the Sheriff’ Department man the boats.  Lake Patrol Officers who are law enforcement academy trained are deputized by Sheriff Chamberlin. In addition to having full law enforcement...
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Alcohol was Not a Factor in Lake Latonka Boating Fatality

August 9, 2012
Alcohol was Not a Factor in Lake Latonka Boating Fatality

 08/10/12 Marshall county coroner Bill Cleavenger said Thursday morning after referring with the Indiana Conservation Officers and the Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office, that alcohol was not a factor in Sunday’s boating fatality on Lake Latonka in Plymouth. 61 year old Roger R. Martin of suburban Chicago was killed when he was run over by...
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M.C. Jail Passes IN DOC Inspection

August 9, 2012
M.C. Jail Passes IN DOC Inspection

  08/10/12 During the Commissioners meeting Monday Commissioner Greg Compton commented about the positive results of the Jail Inspection Report conducted by the Indiana Department of Corrections.  He noted the complements received for the handling of inmates and the professionalism and courtesy of the Sheriff’s employees. Sheriff Tom Chamberlin said, “This is a clear...
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Bradley Jumps in Yellow River to Avoid Police

August 9, 2012
Bradley Jumps in Yellow River to Avoid Police

  08/09/12  On Saturday, August 4th at 4:19pm, the Plymouth Police Department received a theft report on a bike.   About an hour later Zachary R. Bradley 20, of Plymouth was seen riding the bike. Once Mr. Bradley was discovered by the police he hid the bike and ran.  He eventually jumped into the Yellow...
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