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10th annual Indiana Fallen Officer Blood Drive in Marshall County June 28th

June 1, 2016
10th annual Indiana Fallen Officer Blood Drive in Marshall County June 28th

  The community is invited to honor fallen officers by giving blood at memorial blood drives throughout the summer months across the state of Indiana during the 10th annual Fallen Officer Blood Drive Campaign. The American Red Cross works with individuals across Indiana in this statewide campaign each year to honor fallen officers and...
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Jobs and Veterans Resource Fair at Bethel College Feature More Than 60 Employers with 1,100 Jobs Available

June 1, 2016
Jobs and Veterans Resource Fair at Bethel College Feature More Than 60 Employers with 1,100 Jobs Available

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) will host a Jobs and Veterans Resource Fair featuring more than 60 employers with 1,100 jobs available and 10 veterans service organizations Thursday. The event at Bethel College in Mishawaka will be free and open to the public. The Jobs Fair is from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. At the...
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Oliver Ford Lincoln Major Sponsor of Plymouth Firemen’s Golf Outing

June 1, 2016
Oliver Ford Lincoln Major Sponsor of Plymouth Firemen’s Golf Outing

Oliver Ford Lincoln in Plymouth Indiana is the proud sponsor of this year’s Plymouth Fire Departments Annual Golf Outing at The Plymouth Rock Golf Course. Oliver Ford is the “Hole- in- One Sponsor” that includes a 2 year lease on a beautiful new Ford as well as sponsoring all of the Par 3′s at...
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Florence M. Erickson – 95 – from Tyner

June 1, 2016
Florence M. Erickson – 95 – from Tyner

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Public Speaks Out on LOHUT and CEDIT

June 1, 2016
Public Speaks Out on LOHUT and CEDIT

Approximately 75 people attended the special evening meeting of the County Council to gather public in-put on a Local Option Highway User Tax (LOHUT) and or a County Economic Development Income Tax (CEDIT). Council president, Judy Stone told the crowd there were sign up sheets at the back of the room for those who...
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Schlosser Named PHS 2016 Distinguished Alumni

June 1, 2016
Schlosser Named PHS 2016 Distinguished Alumni

Mr. Sam Schlosser of Plymouth has been selected as the 2016 Distinguished Alumni Recipient sponsored by the Plymouth High School Alumni Association. As President of Student Council and Vice President of the Class of 1967, Sam became a dedicated local leader before leaving PHS. He obtained a BS in Metallurgical Engineering and continued in...
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R & D Flea Market Opens Wednesday, June 1st

May 31, 2016
R & D Flea Market Opens Wednesday, June 1st

Debbi and Rich Yakas, owners of the R & D Flea Market are excited to announce their Grand Opening of their new store in Plymouth. The Grand Opening is today, June 1st. Debbie said, “My husband Rich and I love to buy and sell. We often go to auctions and buy out storage units...
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Chicago Man Arrested for Strangulation & Battery at Jellystone Campground

May 31, 2016
Chicago Man Arrested for Strangulation & Battery at Jellystone Campground

  An incident at Jellystone Campground Saturday landed a Chicago man in the Marshall County Jail. On Saturday, May 28th at 12:43 A.M. Marshall County Police Officers were dispatched to Jellystone Campground at US 30 and Redwood Road in for a physical domestic between a male and female. County Officers were told the male...
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Cincinnati May Arrested by County Police for Driving Without a License

May 31, 2016
Cincinnati May Arrested by County Police for Driving Without a License

County Police Officer Wozniak stopped a vehicle in the area of US 31 and State Road 10 Sunday, May 29th at approximately 8:55 PM. The traffic stop was on a red 2011 Jeep that was traveling 85 MPH in a posted 60 MPH zone.  The driver of the Jeep, 35 year old Pedro De...
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The State’s Bison-tennial Public Art Project Arrives in Plymouth & Bremen

May 31, 2016
The State’s Bison-tennial Public Art Project Arrives in Plymouth & Bremen

People in downtown Plymouth Tuesday morning had the opportunity to see a herd of bison on the streets. This wasn’t a typical hear of bison but a trailer filled with 5 foot tall, 100 pound fiberglass bison as part of the State’s Bicentennial project. Their goal, to have at least one of the bison...
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