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Plymouth FOP & Delta Theta Tau Provide 200 Easter Baskets

April 9, 2014
Plymouth FOP & Delta Theta Tau Provide 200 Easter Baskets

Plymouth FOP Lodge 195 and members of Delta Theta Tau joined forces to provide 200 Easter Baskets to those less fortunate this holiday season.  The FOP purchased the baskets, grass, candy and small toys.   They were also able to secure a donation of fluffy bunnies to put in each basket.  The Delts purchased healthy...
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Tri Kappa Easter Eggs are on Sale!

April 9, 2014
Tri Kappa Easter Eggs are on Sale!

Plymouth High School students, Lexie Stein, Alli Dennie, Alaysha Jackson and Hanna Hopple participated in the annual Tri Kappa Easter Egg fundraiser last weekend.  The girls helped scoop peanut butter out for the famous chocolate covered eggs.  Each year the Beta Delta chapter of Plymouth’s women’s philanthropy group Tri Kappa sells these handmade eggs...
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Local Operation Pullover Results

April 9, 2014
Local Operation Pullover Results

04/10/14 During the Operation Pullover Blitz conducted February 28th through March 23rd by the Plymouth Police Department participated in 19 additional patrols focusing on traffic enforcement to include but not limited aggressive and impaired driving. Five officers with the Plymouth Police Department volunteered for the assignment and at the end of the twenty four day...
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Monday Arrests by City Officers

April 9, 2014
Monday Arrests by City Officers

04/10/14  On Monday, April 7th at 9:48 A.M. Plymouth Police Officer Ray West conducted a license plate check while on routine patrol.   That check revealed the registered owner of the vehicle as having been adjudged to be a Habitual Traffic Violator for Life.  Officer West initiated a traffic stop and confirmed the driver’s identity as...
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Promotions in M.C. Sheriff’s Department

April 9, 2014
Promotions in M.C. Sheriff’s Department

On Tuesday, April 8th the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department Merit Board promoted two patrolmen to serve as Patrol Sergeants.  Patrolman Phil Beam and Patrolman Nick Laffoon were chosen through a numerical scoring system.  Phil Beam is an Argos area resident and has been serving with the department for 27 years and Nick Laffoon is...
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Historical Society Annual Dinner a Tribute to Bill Wagoner

April 9, 2014
Historical Society Annual Dinner a Tribute to Bill Wagoner

Tickets for the 43rd  annual Marshall County Historical Society Dinner, a musical tribute to Bill Wagoner, are on sale at the Marshall County Museum.   The social hour at Christo’s Banquet Center will begin at 6 PM, followed by dinner at 6:30.  After dinner, local musicians, Dave Haycraft, Mike Lintner, Randy Jones and George Schricker...
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Another great story…….from the Weidner School of Inquiry at PHS.

April 9, 2014
Another great story…….from the Weidner School of Inquiry at PHS.

The American Perspectives Class, a combine class that studies American History and English is taught by Jeff Corso and John Kozlovich.  These teachers created a project which the kids LOVED !! WSOI Learners were poised with this question : “Imagine that you are an analyst for the Department of War during the early years...
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Wilwood Partners with Plymouth Speedway for 2014 Season

April 9, 2014
Wilwood Partners with Plymouth Speedway for 2014 Season

Plymouth Speedway announces partnership with Wilwood Wilwood designs and manufactures high-performance disc brake systems.  Brake systems are made for all types of competitive motor sports, agriculture equipment, industrial applications, utility vehicles, snowmobiles, quads, motorcycles and military vehicles. The engineering department uses sophisticated computer aided design to manufacture the best solution for your needs.  They...
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Disabilities Discussed at Ancilla’s Coffee and a Book

April 9, 2014
Disabilities Discussed at Ancilla’s Coffee and a Book

DONALDSON –Joel Thomas, Assistant Professor of English discussed Timothy J. Basselin’s book Flannery O’Connor: Writing a Theology of Disabled Humanity this month at Earthworks Market. Flannery O’Connor authored more than two dozen short stories and two novels despite suffering from lupus. Her Southern Gothic stories often involve grotesque characters whose physical and spiritual limitations...
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Public Welcomed to Video Taping of Origional Country Line Dance

April 9, 2014
Public Welcomed to Video Taping of Origional Country Line Dance

The public is invited to the video taping of an original country line dance choreographed to the song “Blue Water Country”, Friday, April 11, setting up at 8:00 p.m., at Plymouth’s Omega Nightclub (15147 Lincoln Hwy).  Once the taping process is complete the dance will be placed on YouTube for all line dance enthusiasts...
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