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City Water Main Flushing Underway

July 7, 2014
City Water Main Flushing Underway

The Plymouth Water Department began conducting the annual flushing of its water mains on Monday. Water main flushing may create temporary pressure fluctuations and discoloration of water. If your water should become discolored, the Plymouth Water Department asks you to please run your cold water for approximately 5 to 10 minutes. If the discolored...
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2014 Blueberry Festival Basket Now Available

July 7, 2014
2014 Blueberry Festival Basket Now Available

Larry O’Neal, Souvenir Chairman for the 2014 Marshall County Blueberry Festival announced this year’s Limited Edition Collector’s Basket on Thursday. A favorite of festival goers and basket collectors, the American Traditions Basket Company in Ohio expertly hand-weaves each basket out of the finest hardwood maple veneer and uses a honey maple stain and vegetable...
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The History of Ancilla College at Brown Bag Lunch

July 7, 2014
The History of Ancilla College at Brown Bag Lunch

Dr. Tom Buchanan, history professor and Marshall County Historical Society Board Member, will present “The History of Ancilla College” at the next Second Friday Brown Bag Lunch Event on July 11 from 12-1 at the Marshall County Museum in downtown Plymouth. Enjoy interesting historical tidbits from Ancilla’s humble beginnings to the expanded liberal arts...
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Arrests by Plymouth Police

July 7, 2014
Arrests by Plymouth Police

07/08/14 On Tuesday, July 1st at 7:58 P.M. Officer Stewart Krynock with the Plymouth Police Department responded to Wal-Mart in reference to a female shoplifter. Arriving on the scene Officer Krynock located and arrested 20 year old Katherine E. Merriman of Grovertown for theft. She was transported and lodged at the Marshall County Jail...
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Maher to seek Sheriff’s post

July 7, 2014

PLYMOUTH – This fall’s election will have a Libertarian candidate for Marshall County Sheriff. Tisha Jacobsen Maher has announced that she will seek the office currently held by Tom Chamberlin in this fall’s election. Maher has a background in law enforcement and a Bachelors degree from Trine University. She has worked as an investigator...
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The Whimsical Art of Kerri Bash

July 7, 2014
The Whimsical Art of Kerri Bash

Magpie is Kerri S. Bash’s children’s art, including Collect-a-Kitty and Pick-a-Pup. Kerri S. Bash studied art at Columbus College of Art and Design and majored in Illustration. This training shows in her narrative based art, and her interest in animation is apparent in her children’s art through its vivid colors and energetic lines. Kerri’s...
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Hot and Humid Working Conditions Important Notice

July 7, 2014

Indiana is experiencing summer’s hot temperatures and high humidity levels, two primary contributors to heat-related illnesses. The Indiana Department of Labor (IDOL) is advising employers and employees to work together to prevent heat-related illnesses. Employees working in high temperatures and humid conditions, outdoors or indoors, are at risk for suffering a heat-related illness. Employers...
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Post 27 bows out in semi’s

July 7, 2014

PLYMOUTH – Plymouth’s Post 27 Diamond Spyders fell just short of the championship game of their Patriot Tourney as Highland  came from behind to plate four seventh inning runs in moving on to Sunday afternoon’s title game by a 6-4 score. Outstanding pitching was the name of the game for the entire tournament for...
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Ben Kersey – 75 – from Plymouth

July 7, 2014
Ben Kersey – 75 – from Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Teresa “Terri” Mattke – 60 – from Plymouth

July 7, 2014

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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