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John Guyse 2016 Volunteer of the Year at Age of Excellence Awards Luncheon

May 18, 2016
John Guyse 2016 Volunteer of the Year at Age of Excellence Awards Luncheon

Miller’s Merry Manor is pleased to announce that John Guyse who volunteers at Miller’s on a regular basis was announced as the 2016 Volunteer of the Year. The announcement was made at the REAL Services 2016 Age of Excellence Awards Luncheon held at South Bend’s Century Center in April. Guyse was nominated by the...
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PHS Music Department’s Senior Recital this Friday

May 18, 2016

This Friday evening, Plymouth High School will feature senior students from the PHS music department senior students at a celebration event starting at 6. The celebration will be held in the Plymouth High School Studio Theatre.  The senior students will be sharing their talent for the last time as Plymouth High School students before...
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Rodriquez Arrested for Battery with a Hammer

May 18, 2016
Rodriquez Arrested for Battery with a Hammer

A 44 year old Plymouth man is facing a charge of battery following an incident Monday night at the Red Rock Inn at 2550 North Michigan Street. Officers from the Plymouth Police Department were dispatched to the motel at 8:49 for the report of a battery involving a hammer. Officer Shanna Gilmer arrested Jose...
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Walorski Bills to Update VA Mobility Standards, Increase VA Scheduling Accountability Pass Committee

May 18, 2016
Walorski Bills to Update VA Mobility Standards, Increase VA Scheduling Accountability Pass Committee

WASHINGTON – The House Veterans’ Affairs Committee Wednesday unanimously passed two bills introduced by U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) to improve the quality and safety of mobility products used by disabled veterans and to protect veterans from scheduling manipulations at Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) facilities. T “Our veterans risked life and limb for their...
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Plymouth Speedway to Feature Two Modified Races this Saturday

May 18, 2016
Plymouth Speedway to Feature Two Modified Races this Saturday

After setting a record with attendance last week with the World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series and USAC Midget races, the staff at Plymouth Speedway is preparing for another night of great racing that will create another great crowd. Rain caused the cancellation of the Swan Lake UMP Modifieds race last Friday.  As...
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Flagg Uses Concert to Give Back to Neighborhood Center

May 18, 2016
Flagg Uses Concert to Give Back to Neighborhood Center

Quentin Flagg is proud to once again use his Birthday Concert Tour to give back to his local community. During the month of April, Flagg traveled through the mid-west and as far as south as Alabama.  His tour ended in Plymouth where he held a two-day celebration at Memories Reception Hall.  Fans traveled from...
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Walorski, Bucshon, Brooks Tapped to Negotiate Final Opioid Legislation

May 18, 2016
Walorski, Bucshon, Brooks Tapped to Negotiate Final Opioid Legislation

WASHINGTON – On Tuesday, three members of Indiana’s Congressional delegation were appointed to a special conference committee comprised of members of the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate that will negotiate the final details of comprehensive legislation to curb opioid and heroin abuse. Reps. Jackie Walorski (IN-02), Larry Bucshon, M.D. (IN-08), and Susan W....
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Clifton J. Wringer – 91- of Walkerton

May 18, 2016
Clifton J. Wringer – 91- of Walkerton

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Water Line Work Continues in Downtown

May 18, 2016

This week drivers and pedestrians have seen major construction work in the downtown area of Plymouth. Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson said the first project was on the northeast corner of Michigan and Garro Street and was changing a water valve that was leaking. Davidson said, “We wanted to get it repaired before main flushing...
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Leadership Marshall County Creates Momentum for Change

May 17, 2016
Leadership Marshall County Creates Momentum for Change

Leadership Marshall County, a joint program between the Marshall County Community Foundation and the United Way of Marshall County, held graduation for the fourteen participants of Class XXI on May 11, in the Legion Memorial Building at Culver Academies. Leadership Marshall County is a nine month program that takes place September through May, dedicated...
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