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Pot Holes Blamed for Crash

April 8, 2014
Pot Holes Blamed for Crash

 On Monday, April 7th at 1:23 P.M. Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy Matt Brown responded to a one vehicle accident at Oak Road south of 6A Road. The driver, 53 year old Robert Dille of Argos was southbound on Oak Road in a Ford Ranger.   He told Officer Brown that he traveled over several pot...
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Freedom Park in Fundraising Mode

April 8, 2014
Freedom Park in Fundraising Mode

04/09/14 Monday evening members of the Freedom Park Committee hosted a Community Input Night for the public at the Plymouth Library.  About a dozen people listened as Tony Gamble, Co-chairman of the committee spoke of the proposed project that has been estimated to cost $950,000. He explained that hope is to raise a million...
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Plymouth Aquatics Club to hold Stroke & Turn Swim Event

April 8, 2014
Plymouth Aquatics Club to hold Stroke & Turn Swim Event

04/09/14  The Plymouth Aquatics Club will hold an Spring Stroke and Turn and Learn to Swim event at the Culver Academy. The classes will be held on April 21st-24th and April 28th-May 2nd Monday through Thursday from 6:00-7:00 P.M. Learn to Swim is designed to teach basic aquatic safety skills to increase children’s comfort...
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Plymouth Schools Partner with The Crossing to Offer Dropouts Additional Education

April 8, 2014
Plymouth Schools Partner with The Crossing to Offer Dropouts Additional Education

  Area youth who failed to complete their high school education may soon get a second or even third or more chance to work towards a diploma. On April 1, the Plymouth School Board considered presentations from the Crossing. The Crossing’s Rob Staley, executive director, and Nate Lowe, school development director, outlined the program...
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Encore Performing Arts presents “Dinner and Music”

April 8, 2014
Encore Performing Arts presents “Dinner and Music”

 After the phenomenal success of Encore Performing Arts’ “Dinner and Music” for the last four years, the famed Toradze Piano Studio will return once again. On Thursday, April 10, they will host an exceptional opportunity to enjoy Ketevan Kartvelishvili and Natasa Stojanovska once again.             The venue at Christos’ Banquet Center is limited to...
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Tips for Work Zone Awareness Week

April 8, 2014
Tips for Work Zone Awareness Week

The Indiana Motor Truck Association is partnering with the American Trucking Associations in urging motorists to slow down and pay attention while driving through work zone areas. With National Work Zone Awareness Week marking the 15th anniversary of this life-saving safety campaign, elite drivers with millions of accident-free miles are educating the public on...
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Zaylee Rae VanBlaricom – infant- from Plymouth

April 8, 2014

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Indiana, Connecticut Senators Make Friendly Wager on Women’s NCAA Championship Game

April 8, 2014

  Washington, D.C. – Indiana Senators Dan Coats (R-Ind.) and Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) today made a friendly wager with Connecticut Senators Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) on tonight’s NCAA Women’s Championship Game between the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and UConn Huskies. The participation of two undefeated teams in the women’s national championship...
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Marshall Starke Development Updates Commissioners on Programs

April 8, 2014
Marshall Starke Development Updates Commissioners on Programs

  04/08/14 Michael Lintner from Marshall Starke Development Center appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners with his annual update.  Instead of just spouting a bunch of numbers for the current enrollments of the various programs, Lintner brought along a client who spoke of his personal experiences. Gilbert Harrington has been a client with Marshall...
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Dr. Ron May, President of Ancilla College, National Day of Prayer Speaker for City Event

April 8, 2014
Dr. Ron May, President of Ancilla College, National Day of Prayer Speaker for City Event

04/08/14 As our nation struggles with continued economic insecurity, vast healthcare change, and continual challenges to basic constitutional rights, citizens of the United States are preparing to exercise one of their most precious freedoms – the right to gather, worship, and pray to God. Following in the footsteps of our Nation’s founders, who fought...
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