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ACMA Meeting Saturday

May 10, 2012
ACMA Meeting Saturday

   05/11/12  The Arts Council of Marshall County (ACMC) will hold its May meeting this Saturday, 12 May at 10:00 am at the Heartland Artists at 103 West LaPorte Street in downtown Plymouth. All interested parties are invited to attend.  They are planning their two summer art shows and future activities.  For more information...
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WAGON WHEEL THEATRE OFFERS AN EXCITING OPPORTUNITY FOR INSTRUMENTAL MUSICIANS GRADES 9 – 12

May 10, 2012
WAGON WHEEL THEATRE OFFERS AN EXCITING OPPORTUNITY FOR INSTRUMENTAL MUSICIANS GRADES 9 – 12

  05/11/12 The Wagon Wheel Theatre in Warsaw has an opportunity for students who play musical instruments.  Students finishing 9th grade through 12th grade who have an interest in performance music will be richly rewarded with the opportunity to work with professional musicians in a pit orchestra setting and become a part of their inaugural year...
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PCYO Highlight of PFM Saturday

May 10, 2012
PCYO Highlight of PFM Saturday

05/11/12 The Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra (PCYO) will be the featured entertainment opening day of the Plymouth Farmers’ Market this Saturday. The following week they will be presenting their annual spring concert at Lincoln Jr. High on May 20 at 5 p.m. The young musicians are looking forward to the new experience as is...
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MMM Volunteers Honored at Age of Excellence Ceremony

May 10, 2012
MMM Volunteers Honored at Age of Excellence Ceremony

    05/11/12 Annual Age of Excellence awards were presented at the Century Center in South Bend on Thursday, May 10th. One volunteer from Miller’s Merry Manor and three volunteers from Miller’s Assisted Living of Plymouth were among the nominees at the ceremony. The purpose of the Age of Excellence awards is to “recognize those...
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Blood donations carry special meaning for Memorial Day

May 10, 2012
Blood donations carry special meaning for Memorial Day

  05/11/12 While Memorial Day may signal the unofficial start of summer, the holiday’s true meaning is inescapable for those wishing to honor members of the United States Armed Forces. Making a blood donation through your American Red Cross is one way to pay homage to the service men and women who protect and...
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Free Christian Variety Show May 19th

May 10, 2012
Free Christian Variety Show May 19th

  05/09/12 A Christian Variety Show hosted by Annette Ray and Cindy Flagg will be held at the First United Methodist Church, 400 North Michigan Street in Plymouth on Saturday, May 19 from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. There will be approximately 20 acts including vocals, instrumentals, comedy, dances, hula-hoops, and more. Admission is...
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Close finishes excite fans at Plymouth Speedway

May 10, 2012
Close finishes excite fans at Plymouth Speedway

    05/11/12 If last Friday night’s racing is any indication of the kind of racing to be seen this season, it will be one exciting year at Plymouth Speedway. Kicking off the night was the most intense Hornets race out of the four held this year. Sal Bustamante held the lead through the first...
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Allen Arrested for Theft of Lottery Ticket

May 9, 2012
Allen Arrested for Theft of Lottery Ticket

    05/10/12  Plymouth Police Department received a call on Monday May 7th from Low Bob’s Tobacco Shop located at 1913 North Michigan Street in reference to a theft.   Officer Pippenger stated that between the dates of Friday May 4th and Sunday, May 6th someone had stolen lottery tickets from that location.  On Tuesday, May...
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Bacon Arrested by Plymouth Police

May 9, 2012
Bacon Arrested by Plymouth Police

   05/10/12  On Tuesday, May 8th around 8:03am, Officer Steve DeLee of the Plymouth Police Department observed a vehicle traveling east on Baker Street with expired plates.  Officer DeLee conducted the stop on 9A Road, and it was found that driver Richard T. Bacon 32, of Argos had a suspended license with priors and...
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Overmyer Suggests Increase for Non-Profit Agencies Funded by County

May 9, 2012
Overmyer Suggests Increase for Non-Profit Agencies Funded by County

  05/10/12 At the conclusion of this week’s Marshall County Commissioner’s meeting, board President, Kevin Overmyer made a recommendation for the 2013 budget.  After hearing from the directors of the several agencies who receive funding from the County, Overmyer suggested an increase in funding. Overmyer said, although it was a lengthy process, he felt...
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