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Marshall County 4-H Fair Saturday

July 19, 2013
Marshall County 4-H Fair Saturday

  07/20/13  The Marshall County 4-H Fair wraps up today, Saturday, July 20th.  The day starts off with the 4-H Livestock Auction in the arena starting at 9:30 AM with rabbits followed by poultry, dairy and meat goats, dairy products then a lunch break.  The 4-H auction resumes with sheep, swine, beef and dairy beef. ...
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Donnelly-Collins WSJ Op-Ed: Definition of Full-Time Needs Revising

July 19, 2013

07/19/13 In Lafayette, Ind., a school district cut the hours of 200 support staff to no more than 29 per week. In Bangor, Maine, the school system is preparing to track and cap the number of hours worked by substitute teachers to ensure that they don’t work more than 29 hours a week. Elsewhere,...
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Plymouth Yoder’s 12U Advance to 1st Round State Baseball Tourney

July 19, 2013
Plymouth Yoder’s 12U Advance to 1st Round State Baseball Tourney

  This past weekend the Plymouth Yoder’s 12U travel team headed to Pierceton to play in the first round of the Town and Country state baseball tournament.  The boys went 4-0 in district play and will advance to the semi-state next weekend in Rochester.   The pitchers threw two no hitters and they outscored...
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2nd Annual Splash Bash Pool Fundraiser this Sunday

July 18, 2013

  07/19/13  The Plymouth Aquatics Clubwill hold Splash Bash 2013, a community fundraiser for a new pool .  This event is set for this Sunday, July 21st starting at 10:00 a.m. with a kids swim meet at a cost of $5.00 per child to participate.  Then from noon till 5:00 everyone can come and...
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WALORSKI STATEMENT ON $1 BILLION MEDICAL DEVICE TAX RECEIPTS

July 18, 2013
WALORSKI STATEMENT ON $1 BILLION MEDICAL DEVICE TAX RECEIPTS

    07/19/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski released the following statement in response to a recent report stating the U.S. medical device industry has paid more than $1 billion to the federal government since the implementation of Obamacare’s 2.3 percent medical device tax in January: “I am deeply concerned that over $1 billion in taxes...
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Wednesday Arrests by City Officers

July 18, 2013
Wednesday Arrests by City Officers

    07/19/13 On Wednesday, July 17th at approximately 9:30 AM the Plymouth Police Department received a call from the Marshall County Probation Department advising they had a female in their office with an active warrant out of Starke County.  Arriving to the location Officer Steve DeLee took into custody 66 year old Alberta...
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It’s Pack-A-Backpack Time

July 18, 2013
It’s Pack-A-Backpack Time

    07/19/13  In just a few short weeks school will be starting and the kids all want to be ready for another awesome year, yet some children won’t be because their families can’t afford school supplies. By donating to the 11th Annual Pack-A-Back Pack that is in full swing, you can help a child return...
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Buick Club to Visit Museum Sunday

July 18, 2013
Buick Club to Visit Museum Sunday

    07/19/13 The Marshall County Museum is hosting a private tour of the museum this Sunday, July 21st for the Buick Club of America.  All 27 of their cars will be lining Michigan Street Sunday morning about 10:15 as they make a “pit stop” at the museum as they travel through the state...
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Ancilla plans Open House as part of Indiana Private College Week

July 18, 2013
Ancilla plans Open House as part of Indiana Private College Week

  07/19/13 Ancilla College will join the state’s independent colleges and universities next week to promote and raise awareness of private education in Indiana. “We may be a small college but Ancilla College is part of Indiana’s educational landscape,” said Eric Wignall, interim executive director of admissions for Ancilla. “Private colleges have played an...
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Friday’s Water Main Flushing Schedule

July 18, 2013
Friday’s Water Main Flushing Schedule

    07/19/13 Unidirectional Flushing of the City of Plymouth water lines will start today on Pioneer Drive and head east down Jim Neu to Oak Drive.   Streets that will be flushed on Friday from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. will be: Pioneer Drive, Pidco, Walter Glaub Drive, Stanley Drive, Oak Drive; and possibly...
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