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The Sweet Sounds of Southern Gospel at Miller’s

June 6, 2012
The Sweet Sounds of Southern Gospel at Miller’s

   06/07/12 Former Southern Gospel Quartet singer Doyle Ramsey performed solo at the Plymouth Miller’s Campus on Wednesday, June 7th.  He performed at the assisted living at 10:30 a.m. and at the nursing facility later in the day. Ramsey has a smooth, clear, calming voice as he sings a mixture of traditional and southern...
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Plymouth Park Board Sends Favorable Recommendation to City Council to Extend Services to Townships

June 5, 2012
Plymouth Park Board Sends Favorable Recommendation to City Council to Extend Services to Townships

   06/06/12 Not many people took advantage of the Public Hearing Monday evening during the Plymouth Park Board meeting to comment on the proposal to extend park services to Center and West Townships.  Less than an dozen citizens came to the meeting although it was clear that they were opposed to the plan to...
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Stretch Of U.S. 31 Southbound Closed For Railroad Repair

June 5, 2012
Stretch Of U.S. 31 Southbound Closed For Railroad Repair

  06/06/12 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces the closure of U.S. 31 southbound, at the railroad crossing between 13th Road and 14th Road, Thursday, June 7th through Thursday, June 14th.   All southbound U.S. 31 traffic will be shifted to the northbound passing lane of U.S. 31. Northbound traffic will be shifted...
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Summer Safety Tip from Plymouth Fire Chief

June 5, 2012
Summer Safety Tip from Plymouth Fire Chief

   06/06/12 Plymouth Fire Chief Rodney Miller released a summer time fire safety message. Every year Americans look forward to summer vacations, camping, evening camp fires, family reunions, picnics, and the Fourth of July. Summertime, however, these activities also bring unwanted injuries due to outdoor cooking and recreational fires. Annually, there are almost 3,800 Americans injured by...
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Trail of Broken Promises Walk arrives in Indiana June 4

June 5, 2012
Trail of Broken Promises Walk arrives in Indiana June 4

   06/06/12 On May 13 thirteen students, an elder and a dog named Willie left Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas, on a walk to Washington, D. C., to ask the government to stop destroying wetlands and native sacred places. The elder is the uncle of Millie Pepion, a junior at Haskell who...
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YAP Plans Volunteer Fair

June 5, 2012
YAP Plans Volunteer Fair

    06/06/12 Ever wanted to get involved with local volunteering but didn’t know how? The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, Young Adult Professionals, and Leadership Marshall County are excited to announce a county-wide opportunity taking place in June. Non-profit organizations from our area will be convening to present volunteer opportunities to the public, specifically to...
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Second Friday’s in Downtown Begin this Week

June 5, 2012
Second Friday’s in Downtown Begin this Week

  06/06/12 The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce is kicking the summer season off right by hosting the summer’s first Second Friday Event!  We invite you to join the festivities as we present “Art on the Streets” with members of Heartland Art Gallery showcasing their art pieces as you walk downtown Plymouth streets listening to...
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2012 Tri Kappa Art Show Winners

June 5, 2012
2012 Tri Kappa Art Show Winners

 06/06/12 The winners of the Tri Kappa Spring Student Art Show were recently announced as judged by members of Heartland Artists.  Kindergarten: 1stst  Drew Parkerson, 2ndnd Alex Tucker, 3rdrd Sophia Cook, 1st Grade: 1st Karya Pritchard, 2nd Taya Wagner, 3rd Jaden Beran; 2nd Grade:  1st Billy Sanchez, 2nd William Kingston, 3rd Logen Robbins; 3rd...
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Coats: CBO Projections Show a Nation “Drowning in Debt”

June 5, 2012
Coats: CBO Projections Show a Nation “Drowning in Debt”

    06/06/12 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.), a member of the Joint Economic Committee, Tuesday issued the following statement regarding the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office’s (CBO) latest long-term budget forecast for the federal government: “This sobering report is really an indictment of Washington’s current spending practices. It sadly depicts a once prosperous country drowning in...
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Lincoln Junior High Award Winners

June 5, 2012
Lincoln Junior High Award Winners

06/06/12 Perfect Attendance Certificates: Jesus Baca Paredes, Payton Clemons, Chantz Davidson, Mackenzie Derifield, Jessica Doody, Alexandra Eckert, Lucas Eskew, Clay Heck, Caleb Koss, Dylan Manuwal, Cassandra McPherron, Jordan Morrow, Kayla Querry, Kelly Rosas, Brittani Splix, C’airra Stephens, RaeAnna Stiles, Eric Burch, Brianna Coons, Stacy Diaz, Taylor Early, Keaton Espich, Quentin Gawronski, Lauren Goddard, Karly...
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