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Dine Out for United Way Continues Through October 27

October 20, 2013
Dine Out for United Way Continues Through October 27

  10/21/13 Three popular restaurants will complete the seven-week run of Dine Out for United Way. Two Culver hotspots will be participating—The Culver Coffee Company and Lakehouse Grill as well as Plymouth’s own Ponderosa Steakhouse. The program comes to a halt October 27 so there’s still time to do your part.          Tom Blackburn,...
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Marshall County’s 2013 Halloween Trick or Treat Dates and Times

October 20, 2013
Marshall County’s 2013 Halloween Trick or Treat Dates and Times

  10/21/13 Soon the Ghouls and Goblins will be taking the streets for Trick or Treating for Halloween. The following is a list of times and dates for the surrounding areas. Argos – Thursday, October 31st from 5:00p.m. til 7:00 p.m. Bourbon- Thursday, October 31st from 5:00 p.m.til 7:00 p.m.  A Park Party will...
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1st Source to Give Money to Charitable Organizations in Celebration of 150th Anniversary

October 20, 2013
1st Source to Give Money to Charitable Organizations in Celebration of 150th Anniversary

  10/21/13 To honor its 150th anniversary, 1st Source Bank is inviting the community to help give away money to charitable organizations. 150 $1,000 donations, plus two $15,000 donations will be awarded in celebration of its 150 years of service to Indiana and Michigan individuals and businesses.   ‘150 Years and 150,000 Cheers’ kicks...
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Temporary No Parking Approved on Plymouth Street Projects

October 17, 2013
Temporary No Parking Approved on Plymouth Street Projects

  10/18/13 Wednesday night the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety ratified the bid award for the 2013 Mill & Fill Street Projects.  Niblock Excavating of Bristol was the low bidder at $179,659.  Five companies submitted bids with the highest being Walsh & Kelly from South Bend with a bid of $282,500.  City...
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Board of Works Approves Bids for Ambulance and Parking Lot

October 17, 2013
Board of Works Approves Bids for Ambulance and Parking Lot

  10/18/13 Wednesday evening the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety approved the purchase of a new ambulance.  At their last meeting the board opened the lone bid of $251,405 for a type-1 walk through ambulance from Donely Safety in Indianapolis.  Because only one bid was taken, Chief Rod Miller negotiated to reduce...
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PHS Grad Honored for Photograph

October 17, 2013
PHS Grad Honored for Photograph

  10/18/13 Eighteen year old Kelsey Schneiders, a 2013 graduate of Plymouth High School and a freshman at Purdue has been honored for her photography work by Lens, the photography blog of the New York Times. Amy Schmeltz, PHS Yearbook Adviser and English teacher said Kelsey was one of 3,000 students who submitted images....
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Plymouth Police & Fire Report for September

October 17, 2013
Plymouth Police & Fire Report for September

  10/18/13   City Department heads presented their monthly reports for September during a special Wednesday night Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon’s staff answered 745 calls for information, conducted 332 traffic stops, investigated 268 complaints and responded to 177 calls from the 9-1-1 dispatch center.  City Officers...
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Build-A-Pool Committee Seeking Feedbakc Tue. Oct 29th

October 17, 2013
Build-A-Pool Committee Seeking Feedbakc Tue. Oct 29th

  10/18/13 Drowning is the leading cause of unintentional injury or death in children 1 to 4 years of age in the United States.  Ten people drown each day in the United States and two of those are children. Seven out of ten African American, six out of ten Latino, and four out of ten...
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Webster Elementary School Penny War for United Way

October 17, 2013
Webster Elementary School Penny War for United Way

  10/18/13 The students at Webster Elementary raised $749.80 to contribute to United Way through their annual Penny War. First grade was the grade level that “won” the friendly competition this year. Alexis Doll, shown in the photo, brought in her “life savings” in a water bottle from home to help support the United...
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CONSUMER ALERT – SOCIAL SECURITY FRAUD

October 17, 2013
CONSUMER ALERT – SOCIAL SECURITY FRAUD

  10/18/13 In today’s world we can no longer feel we are somehow insulated from fraudulent attacks simply because we reside in a smaller rural community.             This was brought to our attention last evening by an individual who recently lost her husband.  We had given the family instructions on how to contact Social...
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