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57 Year Old Grandmother Receives GED

July 7, 2012
57 Year Old Grandmother Receives GED

  07/09/12 Patty Hatter knew her newly acquired job as a driver for Culver Academies was going to be awesome. But her dream job could have come to and end after the first week if her employers had not been understanding. Hatter said she received a call from the school saying their policies require...
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Park’s July Bus Trip to Fair Oaks Dairy

July 7, 2012
Park’s July Bus Trip to Fair Oaks Dairy

  07/09/12 The Plymouth Park Department will take its monthly park bus trip on July 23rd to family owned, Fair Oaks Dairy Farm south of Merrillville just off Highway 65 in Fair Oaks, IN. The  beauty of Fair Oaks Farms is that they’ve truly got a little something for everybody – from the great-tasting...
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Triton’s Art Club Traveled Europe this Summer

July 7, 2012
Triton’s Art Club Traveled Europe this Summer

  07/09/12 Newly hired superintendent of the Triton Community School Corporation, Donna Burroughs released information on one of the high school’s clubs summer activities. The Art Club from Triton High School traveled to Europe in June 2012 under the guidance of teacher, Diana Westphal. The students enjoyed seeing many historical sites like the Eiffel...
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DONNELLY ADVOCATES ON BEHALF OF HOOSIER AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY

July 7, 2012
DONNELLY ADVOCATES ON BEHALF OF HOOSIER AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY

  07/09/12 Congressman Joe Donnelly and three of his Republican colleagues in the Indiana Congressional Delegation recently sent a letter to Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack urging him to promptly consider a request for emergency haying and grazing to aid the Hoosier agricultural industry. Forty percent of Indiana faces “drought” conditions and many counties...
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Community Mourns Loss of Teens

July 5, 2012
Community Mourns Loss of Teens

  07/06/12 It was standing room only Monday evening at Plymouth Wesleyan Church, where it was estimated that well over a thousand people showed up to honor the memory of Cody Poczik and Hunter Brandt, two 16-year-olds who passed away June 28 in a tragic car accident. People filled the main sanctuary, lined the...
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Library adult literacy program growing

July 5, 2012
Library adult literacy program growing

  07/06/12 Since October 2011, a small group of tutors and students have been working toward increasing literacy at the Plymouth Public Library. The library hosts a one-on-one tutoring program, where volunteer tutors meet with their students according to each person’s individual needs. The program is growing, said coordinator and librarian Debbie Beck, as...
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Marshall Co. 4-H Fair Accepting Projects in Open Class Building July 14th

July 5, 2012
Marshall Co. 4-H Fair Accepting Projects in Open Class Building July 14th

  07/06/12 Although the Marshall County Fair week (July 15-21) is just around the corner, the superintendents of the Open Class displays are still welcoming entries of craft, foods, and sewing projects. According to Jane Yochum, co-superintendent for the Open Class, they usually average 400-500 exhibits from 125-150 exhibitors. Yochum has been overseeing the...
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Plymouth Police Reports

July 5, 2012
Plymouth Police Reports

  07/06/12  On Sunday, July 1st at 8:58pm, Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman of the Plymouth Police Department arrested Tessa L. Mullins 37, of Plymouth when she was found to be driving with a suspended driver’s license after a traffic stop was conducted in front of the residence of 1509 Harrison Street in Plymouth. ...
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Moped Stolen from Garage

July 5, 2012
Moped Stolen from Garage

  07/06/12 On between the hours over night hours of Saturday, June 30th and Sunday, July 1st, Plymouth Police Department received a call from a residence in the 200 block of West Monroe Street stating that a black and grey 49CC Roketa moped had been stolen from the garage of the residence.  Anyone with...
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Low Lake Level Limits CMA’s Moonlight Serenade

July 5, 2012
Low Lake Level Limits CMA’s Moonlight Serenade

  07/06/12 Culver Summer Schools & Camps’ Moonlight Serenade will be held on a single night this weekend because of low lake levels. The traditional serenade by the Culver Summer Naval Band aboard the R.H. Ledbetter – a staple along the Lake Maxinkuckee shores since 1943 – will be Saturday, July 7. The Ledbetter,...
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