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STOP BULLYING, MAKE A POSITIVE CHANGE

May 11, 2012
STOP BULLYING, MAKE A POSITIVE CHANGE

  05/14/12 Fitness Forum at LifePlex will be hosting a Free Community Outreach on the topic of “Stop Bullying, Make a Positive Change” Tuesday May 15th from 6:30 -7:30pm. This presentation will be given by Milene Jeffirs, Psychologist and Bullying Specialist. She is Author of a relationship based program for adults, teens and children...
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Nifong Arrested for Minor Transporting Alcohol

May 11, 2012
Nifong Arrested for Minor Transporting Alcohol

05/14/12 On Thursday, May 10th at 12:44a.m. Sergeant Joe Deisch of the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop on Plum Street, just south of North Street.  It was found that Stephanie N. Nifong 19, of Plymouth and two juvenile subjects in the vehicle were in possession of alcohol.  Nifong was transported to the...
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Mother’s Day at Miller’s

May 11, 2012
Mother’s Day at Miller’s

  05/14/12 Jerry Kreamer of Indianapolis took time Thursday to pay a pre-Mother’s Day visit to his step-mother Ivy Kreamer who lives at Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth.  While it is not unusual to visit a loved one; he did surprise the entire population of Miller’s with a trumpet concert during the afternoon....
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Emergency Services Program

May 11, 2012
Emergency Services Program

  05/11/12 Hurshel Hunter, President of Plymouth FOP 195 is encouraging citizens to attend a special event Saturday morning, May 12th at the Plymouth Fire Department. Plymouth Emergency Services along with Plymouth FOP will be honoring Police, Fire and Emergency Medical personnel on May 12th beginning at 10:00am at the Plymouth Fire Department. They...
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YRF Committee Hard at Work on 6th Annual Festival, June 2nd

May 10, 2012
YRF Committee Hard at Work on 6th Annual Festival, June 2nd

  05/11/12  The Yellow River Festival Committee is hard at work finalizing details for this year’s festival. The free 6th annual event will take place on Saturday, June 2, from 10am to 6pm in River Park Square on LaPorte St., just a few blocks east of Michigan St. in downtown Plymouth. The festival celebrates...
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Argos & Triton High Schools Recognized by U.S. News & World Report

May 10, 2012
Argos & Triton High Schools Recognized  by U.S. News & World Report

  05/11/12 After being recognized by U.S. News and World Report as two of the “Best High Schools 2012”, Argos Jr.-Sr. High School and Triton Jr.-Sr. High School prove that good things really do come in small packages. Triton has an enrollment of 508 students with 27 teachers while Argos has 305 students and...
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Annual Cafe Jazz at PHS Friday Night

May 10, 2012
Annual Cafe Jazz at PHS Friday Night

    05/11/12 The annual Cafe’ Jazz event at Plymouth High School is this Friday, May 11th! This annual event turns the PHS Multi-Purpose gymnasium into a jazz nightclub for one evening of great food and jazz music.  Tickets are available at the door for $8.00 and ticket price includes all food items served throughout...
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Community Day in Bourbon

May 10, 2012
Community Day in Bourbon

05/11/12 Les McFarland, Bourbon Town Council President was very happy with participation with “Community Day”.   The Town of Bourbon conducted a “Community Day” on May 05 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Many members of the community arrived at the Community Park and assisted in cleaning up the Town of Bourbon.  Approximately 20...
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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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