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Relay for Life M.C. Kick-Off Event

November 6, 2015
Relay for Life M.C. Kick-Off Event

Relay for Life of Marshall County held a special kicked event for the 2016 event Thursday evening on the Courthouse lawn. A luminaria ceremony was conducted and hundreds of white bags symbolizing loved ones who lost their battle, those that are currently battling the big C and those who are survivors lined the sidewalks...
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Commissioner Overmyer Proclaims December 11th IN Statehood Day

November 6, 2015
Commissioner Overmyer Proclaims December 11th IN Statehood Day

Last month Marshall County Auditor, Julie Fox attended the state auditors conference and was given an Indiana Bicentennial Flag.   During Monday’s commissioner meeting, Kevin Overmyer president of the commissioners read a proclamation that says Friday, December 11th marks the 199th anniversary of the day President James Madison signed the act admitting Indiana as the...
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Wednesday Arrests by Plymouth Police

November 5, 2015
Wednesday Arrests by Plymouth Police

Plymouth School Resource Officer Bridget Hite was speaking with 18 year old Seth DeMarco Wednesday after school about an incident and smelled the odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from him.  After being transported to the Marshall County Jail DeMarco was incarcerated for minor consuming. Wednesday evening about 9:15 Plymouth Officer Stuart Krynock conducted...
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Oliver Ford Lincoln Provides Local FFA Scholarship Opportunity to Deserving Student

November 5, 2015
Oliver Ford Lincoln Provides Local FFA Scholarship Opportunity to Deserving Student

Oliver Ford Lincoln in Plymouth is pleased to announce they are working with FFA to award college scholarships to local members.  This is the 19th year of the Built Ford Tough Scholarship program.  Last year, Ford Motor Company awarded more than $500,000 in scholarships. Oliver Ford Lincoln is sponsoring one scholarships valuing $1000 through the...
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Nappanee Man Arrested for Possession of Stolen Vehicle, Meth & Sawed-off Shot Gun

November 5, 2015
Nappanee Man Arrested for Possession of Stolen Vehicle, Meth & Sawed-off Shot Gun

Information provided to the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department Thursday morning led to the arrest of a Nappanee man. A call of an individual causing a problem in the 19,000 block of 3B Road about 10:45 a.m. ended with 26 year old Charles Derick Sanders being for Possession of a Stolen Vehicle, Possession of Methamphetamine...
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Senator Coats “Office Hours” in Plymouth Nov. 12th

November 5, 2015
Senator Coats “Office Hours” in Plymouth Nov. 12th

U.S. Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) has announced office hours in Plymouth.  A member of Senator Coats’ staff will visit Plymouth from 10:00 a.m. until noon on Thursday, November 12th.  During those office hours a staff member will meet with local residents and assist Hoosiers experiencing problems with federal agencies. Senator Coats’ office hours will be conducted...
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Ancilla College named a Military Friendly school, fourth year in a row

November 5, 2015
Ancilla College named a Military Friendly school, fourth year in a row

Ancilla College has been designated as a 2016 Military Friendly® School by the publisher of G.I. Jobs® and Military Spouse magazines. This is the fourth consecutive year the small college near Plymouth has been named alongside the largest universities in the country as a school recognized for actively supporting veterans and military family members in pursuit of...
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PHS Theatre Department Presents Charlotte’s Web

November 5, 2015
PHS Theatre Department Presents Charlotte’s Web

Come experience all the enchanting characters from the best loved children’s book, Charlotte’s Web.  Meet Wilbur, Fern, Templeton, and the extraordinary spider, Charlotte, who proves to be a “true friend and a good writer”. The Plymouth High School Theatre Arts Department will take you on a journey; giving you a laugh and a lesson. Performances will be held...
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PHS Spell Bowl Qualifies for State

November 5, 2015
PHS Spell Bowl Qualifies for State

Plymouth High School is excited to announce their Spell Bowl Team has qualified for the Indiana Academic Spell Bowl State Finals that will be held on Saturday, November 14! The State Final competition will be held in Loeb Playhouse on the Purdue University West Lafayette Campus. Plymouth High School has competed at the Indiana Academic Spell Bowl State Finals in...
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Lower Your Energy Bills by Pulling the Plug on Energy Vampires

November 5, 2015
Lower Your Energy Bills by Pulling the Plug on Energy Vampires

Although Halloween has pasted, energy vampires may be lurking in your home consuming electricity around-the-clock, even when they’re not in use. According to the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), energy vampires are sucking $19 billion—about $165 per U.S. household on average—worth of electricity out of American homes annually. Although many electronics are becoming more...
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