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Progressive Picnic in 5 Cemeteries

May 17, 2015
Progressive Picnic in 5 Cemeteries

A tour of five small Marshall County cemeteries is planned for Tuesday, May 19.   There will be a short history presented at each cemetery visited.   This event is planned by the Marshall County Genealogical Society with an open invitation to the public.  Society members will serve finger food at each stop. Reservations are not required, but...
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Heminger House Shelter Needs Donations

May 16, 2015
Heminger House Shelter Needs Donations

Heminger House Shelter for Women and Children in Marshall County is in need of a few things.   If anyone is feeling generous and would like to donate there is a small list of items needed.  If you would like to donate one of these items just give the shelter a call at 574-936-7233. The...
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Triton High School Nominated at Newsweek “Best High Schools in America”

May 16, 2015
Triton High School Nominated at Newsweek “Best High Schools in America”

Triton High School has been nominated as one of the “Best High Schools in America” by Newsweek Magazine. The Newsweek ranking highlights the best 2,000 public high schools in the nation, those that have proven to be the most effective in turning out college-ready grads. The list is based on six components: graduation rate...
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Saint Joseph Health System Unites Regional Health Ministry

May 16, 2015
Saint Joseph Health System Unites Regional Health Ministry

Continuing the healing legacy of the Sisters of the Holy Cross and the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ, the formation of Saint Joseph Health System was announced today. In addition to acute hospital care, Saint Joseph Health System will provide community wellness, physical rehabilitation, physician clinics, home care, skilled nursing care, outpatient services, independent and assisted...
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Chamber Trivia Challenge Begins Today…

May 15, 2015
Chamber Trivia Challenge Begins Today…

The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce is having a “Trivia Challenge”. The challenge consists of 40 questions describing member businesses.  Clues can be found on member’s websites and facebook pages.  Participants receive 1 point per correct answer with 3 additional points awarded for providing a copy of a sales receipt, business card or picture in...
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Sharp and Remenda Arrested by City Police

May 14, 2015
Sharp and Remenda Arrested by City Police

Wednesday night just before midnight Plymouth Officer Ben McIntyre conducted a traffic stop at Michigan and Plymouth Goshen Trail.  During the subsequent investigation it was learned that 46 year old Sean Sharp of Plymouth was driving on a suspended driver’s license with a prior conviction. Sean Sharp was taken into custody and transported to...
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City Board of Works Discusses Rough Railroad Crossings

May 14, 2015
City Board of Works Discusses Rough Railroad Crossings

During this week’s Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety Meeting railroad crossings ended up being a topic of discussion. Councilman Don Ecker asked Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt if he could contact Elkhart and Western Railroad and see if improvements could be made to a couple of street crossings.  Ecker said the crossing on...
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City Council Discussed 400 E. Jefferson, former Clark Station

May 14, 2015

Without any real agenda business for the Plymouth Common Council meeting Monday evening, Councilman Mike Delp brought up the property at 400 East Jefferson Street, the former Clark Station. Delp said he called Mr. Michael Iqbal, the person purchasing the property on land contract from deeded owner, Jai Bhaqwaan on Monday.  The councilman informed...
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Monthly Activity Report for Plymouth Fire and Police

May 14, 2015
Monthly Activity Report for Plymouth Fire and Police

Monday evening during the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety meeting Fire Chief Rod Miller presented the April Activity Report.  Emergency responders had 175 alarm situations. EMS had 135 medical incidents, 8 medical assists and 2 good intent calls.  Fire calls included 6 vegetation fires, 4 structure fires, 2 vehicle fires, 1 hazardous...
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PHS 19th Annual One-Act Play Performances this Saturday

May 14, 2015
PHS 19th Annual One-Act Play Performances this Saturday

This Saturday, May 16, the Plymouth High School Acting Class will be holding their 19th annual One-Act Play Performance Competition.  Three One-Acts will be presented during the afternoon, with awards afterwards.  The performances will be in the PHS Studio Theatre, just behind the auditorium, and they are FREE! The first performance starts at 3:00 PM.  with...
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