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10 Organizations Endorse Donnelly-Wicker Bipartisan Military Suicide Prevention Legislation

May 14, 2014
10 Organizations Endorse Donnelly-Wicker Bipartisan Military Suicide Prevention Legislation

Washington, D.C. — Ahead of the SenateArmed Services Committee consideration of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2015 next week, 10 organizations Wednesday endorsed U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly’s bipartisan Jacob Sexton Military Suicide Prevention Act of 2014.Donnelly serves on the Senate Armed Services Committee, which is set to work on the...
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Tri Ancilla Sprint Triathlon Rescheduled

May 14, 2014
Tri Ancilla Sprint Triathlon Rescheduled

05/14/14 DONALDSON –The 6th annual Tri Ancilla event was to be held on Saturday, May 17th, on the beautiful campus grounds of Ancilla College and The Center at Donaldson.  However, due to the cool weather forecast for Saturday, the event has been rescheduled for Saturday, September 27th.  Last year, a field of 123 participants...
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Sheriff Seeks Additional $50K for Medical Care

May 13, 2014
Sheriff Seeks Additional $50K for Medical Care

Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin appeared before the County Council this week seeking an additional appropriation.  During the budget hearings last August the Sheriff was given a budget of $107,000 for prisoner medical care. In October the county signed a contract with Quality Correctional Care to provide most services in house for a monthly...
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Vandals Pull and Throw Flowers in River Park Square

May 13, 2014
Vandals Pull and Throw Flowers in River Park Square

Plymouth Park Superintendent Mike Hite is not happy with news received Tuesday morning.  Apparently some kids thought it would be fun to pull out about 15 flowering plants in River Park Square and throw them against the building.  The flowering bulbs were planted last fall so there would be color in the new park...
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Time Capsule to be Buried at River Park Square Grand Opening

May 13, 2014
Time Capsule to be Buried at River Park Square Grand Opening

The Grand Opening for River Park Square has been set for June 21st.  The delay was due to the spring weather which delayed completion of the project.  Part of the celebration of the new park will be to bury a time capsule.  The committee is hoping this will give a snapshot of life in...
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Shred for Food Event

May 13, 2014
Shred for Food Event

  05/14/14  A Shred For Food Event sponsored by the North Central Indiana Associated Realtors will be held this Saturday, May 17th in the Plymouth K-Mart parking lot from 10:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. This shred event will give you the opportunity to clean out your office and home of unwanted paperwork and have...
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City Approves $615K Contract with Midwestern Engineering for Ledyard Water Treatment Facility

May 13, 2014
City Approves $615K Contract with Midwestern Engineering for Ledyard Water Treatment Facility

The City’s water treatment plant on Ledyard Street will be receiving a major renovation in the future.  The facility was originally constructed in 1968 and updated in 1979.  Monday evening members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety approved an agreement for engineering and inspection services for the project.  Mark Sullivan from...
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PHS Students have Great Showing at BPA Nationals

May 13, 2014
PHS Students have Great Showing at BPA Nationals

05/14/14 This past weekend five students from Plymouth High School participated in the Business Professionals of America (BPA) National conference in Indianapolis. Sophomore Curtis Smith placed 3rd in the Nation in Extemporaneous Speech while the News Broadcast Team of Curtis Smith, sophomore John Hunter, junior Max Holloway and sophomore Ricky Cooper placed 11th in...
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Red Cross Blood Drive Saturday

May 13, 2014
Red Cross Blood Drive Saturday

An additional American Red Cross blood drive will be held this Saturday, May 17, from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Webster Recreation Center at 110 Webster Avenue in Plymouth.  This blood drive is sponsored by Trinity United Methodist Church.
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Martin’s Donates to M.C. Council on Aging Transportation Fund

May 13, 2014
Martin’s Donates to M.C. Council on Aging Transportation Fund

Marshall County Council on Aging Executive Director, Jackie Wright accepts a donation of $162.13 from Chrissie Sutch, HR Manager at Martin’s Super Market in Plymouth.  Martin’s Super Market has been a long-time supporter of the Marshall County Council on Aging, and designated their transportation service as the recipient of Martin’s Picture with the Easter Bunny program recently...
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