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September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

September 17, 2012
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

09/18/12 You can bring hope to a child’s life in the time it might take to eat lunch with a friend. By donating blood through the American Red Cross, you can help provide the blood some children may need for their ongoing cancer care. With September being Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, blood donors are...
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Traveling Troubadour Andru Bemis PErforms at Miller’s‏

September 17, 2012
Traveling Troubadour Andru Bemis PErforms at Miller’s‏

  09/18/12 Residents and guests got a head start on celebrating National Assisted Living Week when Andru Bemis of New Haven, Michiagn appeared in concert Friday, September 7th.   Bemis is known as “Michigan’s traveling, train-hopping, banjo slinging troubadour.   He performs on the banjo, violin, guitar and banjo-ukulele (which he calls a “banjolele”).  Bemis lives...
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Indiana State Police Promote National Child Passenger Safety Week

September 17, 2012
Indiana State Police Promote National Child Passenger Safety Week

  09/18/12 The Indiana State Police want to remind all parents that September 16 – 22 is National Child Passenger Safety Week.   Since approximately 85% of child safety seats are being misused nationally, troopers want to encourage parents to take a few extra minutes to ensure their children are restrained properly.  Just last year...
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Free Tanning Offered at Malibu Tanning in Kroger Plaza

September 16, 2012
Free Tanning Offered at Malibu Tanning in Kroger Plaza

  09/17/12  Thursday afternoon was the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony signaled the opening of a new tanning salon in Plymouth.   Scott Strefling, owner of Malibu Tanning opened his ninth salon in the Kroger Shopping Plaza.  The other salons are in Elkhart, Granger, South Bend, and Osceola.  Strefling said they had wanted to expand and...
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Country Drainage Board & Commissioners Meetings Monday

September 16, 2012
Country Drainage Board & Commissioners Meetings Monday

  09/17/12 The Marshall County Drainage Board will hold a special meeting on Monday at 8:30 in the second floor meeting room of the County Building. Agenda for the special meeting includes Maintenance bids on the Yellow River, The Yellow River Watershed Management Plan, and maintenance petition by Jeannie Marks and Amelia Behrens. The...
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County Police Investigate Accidents

September 16, 2012
County Police Investigate Accidents

  09/17/12 On Wednesday, September 12th at 4:33 PM Patrolman Matt Brown with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to 7th and Pine Roads in reference to an accident.  Arriving at the scene the officer learned that the driver of a 2004 Cub Cabet Lawn Mower, 77 year old George Maes was mowing his...
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Triton Students Create Scarecrows for Contest

September 16, 2012
Triton Students Create Scarecrows for Contest

  09/17/12 Triton Schools Superintendent Donna Burroughs is urging citizens to vote for the scarecrows made by a couple of school’s students. Three members of the Triton High School Art Club, (l to r) Kayleigh Craig, Allie Kann, and Gabby Cretcher, made scarecrows for the Fall Harvest Days contest at Amish Acres.  The scarecrows...
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Plymouth Police Make Thursday Arrests

September 16, 2012
Plymouth Police Make Thursday Arrests

  09/17/12  On Thursday, September 13th  Plymouth Police Officer Jesse Pippenger made contact with 49 year old Benjamin T. Keilman of Plymouth who had an active warrant through Marshall County for civil contempt. Mr. Keilman was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked in on a $9,000 bond. At 9:24 PM Thursday Officer...
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Secretary of State Connie Lawson warns Hoosiers about over-the-phone voting scam

September 14, 2012
Secretary of State Connie Lawson warns Hoosiers about over-the-phone voting scam

  09/17/12 Friday, Secretary of State Connie Lawson warned Hoosiers not to accept phone calls offering over-the-phone voting. Secretary Lawson was prompted to issue the warning after receiving complaints from voters who received phone calls offering to let them vote early over the phone. “Under no circumstances can you vote over the phone,” said...
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PHS Runner Invited to Run Down Under

September 14, 2012

09/17/12 Plymouth High School senior, Meagan Fisher, is a “natural” runner, according to her Track and Field Coach Paul Patrick. Patrick said, “She is the fastest 800 meter (2:18) runner I have had in my eight years of coaching.” He added, she also set a state record, had two semi-state girths, came in 4th...
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