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WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN PROGRAM PROVIDES MORE THAN JUST FORMULA

November 16, 2012
WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN PROGRAM PROVIDES MORE THAN JUST FORMULA

11/19/12 The Indiana Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program is well known as a resource to provide infants with formula at no cost, but health officials want Hoosiers to know that many more benefits, like breastfeeding education and support and improved access to fruits and vegetables, are available to them through WIC. “Indiana WIC...
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Deer Firearms Season Opens

November 16, 2012
Deer Firearms Season Opens

  11/16/12 Indiana Conservation Officers are excited about the upcoming deer firearms season and working with ethical hunters who will be taking to the woods this weekend.   Deer hunters will be enjoying cooler temperatures and clear skies to help manage Indiana’s deer herd numbers as well as providing thousands of pounds of meat to...
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ANNABEL LONG – 95 – Lakeland, FL formerly of Plymouth

November 16, 2012
ANNABEL LONG – 95 – Lakeland, FL formerly of Plymouth

 Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Riverside 5th Grade Basketball Teams Defeat Bremen

November 16, 2012

The Riverside Rockets 5th Grade Basketball A team defeated Bremen on Thursday night 38 – 2.  Scoring for the Rockets were Trey Galloway with 12, Adam Hunter with 8, Zephan Nixon with 6, Kendall Himes and Grant Houin with 4, and Brady Hissong and Tolman Mills with 2.  Dane Funston, Kameron VanLue, and Joseph...
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T-Squared Initiative and Supporters Speak In Favor of Metronet to County Council

November 15, 2012
T-Squared Initiative and Supporters Speak In Favor of Metronet to County Council

11/16/12 A contingency of supports of bringing black fiber, or high-speed bandwidth to Marshall County appeared before the Marshall County Council this week. Brent Martin, a member of the T-Squared Initiative gave a brief history and overview of the proposed project seeking financial support from Plymouth and Marshall County. T-Squared Initiative has three primary...
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Vazquez Arrested for Multiple Charges

November 15, 2012
Vazquez Arrested for Multiple Charges

  10/16/12 Officer John Weir with the Plymouth Police Department initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for having false and or fictitious plates Thursday afternoon about 2 p.m. at US 30 and Oak Drive.  The drive told the officer that he didn’t have a driver’s license.  The drive was transported to the Marshall...
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Mobile Food Pantry in Plymouth on Friday

November 15, 2012
Mobile Food Pantry in Plymouth on Friday

  11/16/12 Since March, the Northern Indiana Food Bank has hit the road one day each week delivering nutritious food directly to those in need in pre-selected communities in Elkhart, Kosciusko, LaPorte, Marshall, Starke and St. Joseph Counties. Fresh perishable items including dairy, grains, produce and protein along with dry goods are offered free...
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Correction 11/19/12 2-Vehicle Crash Sends Culver Men to SJRMC

November 15, 2012
Correction 11/19/12 2-Vehicle Crash Sends Culver Men to SJRMC

  11/16/12  A two-vehicle crash Monday night about 5:45 resulted in two Culver men being taken to the hospital. County Police Officer Joe Giordano investigated the crash on State Road 17 just south of Sycamore Road.  His report states that 42 year old Michael Woods of Culver was traveling south on St. Rd. 17...
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Levett October Rock of Gold Winner

November 15, 2012
Levett October Rock of Gold Winner

  11/16/12 The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce is please to announce the October Rock of Gold winner.  Jeanne Levett of Plymouth registered at Treats Squire Shop and was randomly drawn as the winner of $200 in Chamber Bucks. Ann Corbett, Chair of the Chamber’s Ambassador Committee presented Jeanne Levett with her money. The Rock...
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Thanksgiving Remains Most Dangerous Day for Cooking Fires

November 15, 2012
Thanksgiving Remains Most Dangerous Day for Cooking Fires

  11/16/12 More cooking fires occur on Thanksgiving than any other day of the year. In fact, grease and cooking-related claims more than double on Thanksgiving Day compared to an average day in November. With the popularity of turkey frying, people are at risk for fryer related fires and injuries. U.S. fire departments are...
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