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Ken Schrader Wins in Full Night of Racing at Plymouth Speedway

May 24, 2015

A beautiful day turned into an even better night for racing at Plymouth Speedway Saturday night in the second of a two-day weekend of features.ARCA driver and former NASCAR driver Ken Schrader took home the first place trophy after dominating the field in the Swan Lake Resort UMP Modifieds race.  Schrader used the high groove of...
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Lincoln Jr. High Band Earns State Recognition

May 24, 2015
Lincoln Jr. High Band Earns State Recognition

For many years, the Indiana State School Music Association has recognized outstanding and well-rounded high schools by awarding an “All-Music Award”.  This year ISSMA has extended this award to the middle, elementary, and junior high school levels.  Lincoln Junior High is one of only eighteen middle schools in the state to earn the “All-Music...
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Physicians Network to Offer $20 Sports Physicals

May 23, 2015
Physicians Network to Offer $20 Sports Physicals

Parents with students involved in athletics in Plymouth High School, Lincoln Junior High or Riverside Intermediate School should mark their calendars for May 14th. Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth will offer athletic physicals on that date. Physicals will be offered from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. by the physicians of Saint Joseph...
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Plymouth Woman Arrested for Failure to Stop After Accident

May 22, 2015
Plymouth Woman Arrested for Failure to Stop After Accident

A Plymouth woman was arrested Tuesday afternoon for leaving the scene of a property damage accident. Plymouth Police were dispatched to the intersection of Michigan and Adams Street for a reported hit and run accident.  The suspect vehicle fled the scene but police were able to locate the vehicle in the 300 block of...
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M.C. Museum Seeking Vintage Toys for New Display

May 22, 2015
M.C. Museum Seeking Vintage Toys for New Display

The Marshall County Museum in downtown Plymouth is in the process of refurbishing the Toy Room.  Although they have many vintage toys, they are looking to the public to help them with some different antique toys to add to their new display. Vintage toys can either be donated to the Marshall County Museum collection...
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Three Arrested at Wal-Mart for Shoplifting

May 22, 2015
Three Arrested at Wal-Mart for Shoplifting

Thursday night Plymouth Police arrested three people for shoplifting.    About 11:15 Wal-Mart Loss Prevention observed the subjects conceal merchandise and leave the store without paying for the items. Loss Prevention was able to detain the individuals until city police arrived on scene and apprehended the suspects.  Arrested was 19 year old Sierra Singleton, 20...
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Volksmarch at Potawatomi Wildlife Park May 30th

May 22, 2015
Volksmarch at Potawatomi Wildlife Park May 30th

Potawatomi Wildlife Park has been the host site for the annual Volksmarch event for several years. Sponsored and operated by the Hoosier Hikers Club, walkers can do either a 5K, about 3 miles or the 10K, approximately 6 mile walk on Saturday, May 30th. The event route incorporates an existing trail system centered upon...
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Rise N Roll Donuts and Rasta Joe Chicken Fundraiser for Menominee

May 22, 2015
Rise N Roll Donuts and Rasta Joe Chicken Fundraiser for Menominee

Are you hungry for Rise N Roll Donuts and Rasta Joe’s Chicken?  Menominee Elementary PTO is selling both! On Saturday, May 30th from 9:00-Noon, Menominee PTO is holding a grand opening for Menominee’s new playground and now they are selling donuts and chicken to raise money for a digital sign for Menominee’s front lawn. You can order donuts and/or...
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Sign Up Online for June 6 Ancilla College Triathlon

May 21, 2015
Sign Up Online for June 6 Ancilla College Triathlon

Ancilla College will be holding its seventh annual TriAncilla sprint triathlon on June 6, 2015.  The USA Triathlon-sanctioned race will start at 9 a.m. EDT on the grounds of The Center at Donaldson, home of Ancilla College. Proceeds from TriAncilla serve to fund scholarships for Ancilla College.  Todd Zeltwanger, Race Chairperson states that the...
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City Trash Pick-up Delayed for Memorial Day Holiday

May 21, 2015
City Trash Pick-up Delayed for Memorial Day Holiday

Residents and businesses within the city limits will have their trash and recycling pick-up delayed next week.  Due to the Memorial Day holiday on Monday, all city trash pick-ups will be delayed one day next week.  If your normal trash pick-up day is Tuesday, next will it will be Wednesday.  Wednesday’s trash will be...
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