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Pathfinder Foundation Inc. Accepting Fund Requests

January 12, 2012
Pathfinder Foundation Inc. Accepting Fund Requests

01/13/11 The Pathfinder Foundation is now accepting Fund Requests for 2012, and will review all requests, but funds are available on a first come first serve basis. One goal of the Pathfinder Foundation is to reach out to help other not-for-profit agencies and/or others with mental and physical disabilities not served by Pathfinder Services,...
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Winter Storm Warning

January 12, 2012
Winter Storm Warning

01/12/12 The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for Marshall County. They are forecasting heavy snow and blowing snow. Up to 6-9 inches of snow is expected. The winter storm warning is in effect from 4pm EST today until 7pm EST Friday. Snow will develop this afternoon and become heavy at...
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Question on Medicare & Medicaid call IAAAA

January 12, 2012

01/13/12 An 82-year-old woman in a small Indiana town recently called for an ambulance to get her to the hospital for her dialysis and chemotherapy treatments. She is confined to a wheelchair. The ambulance service – the only one in town that offers wheelchair transport – is threatening not to take the woman because...
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HENRY F. “HANK” HARTWELL – 89 – Sebring, Fl formerly from Plymouth

January 12, 2012
HENRY F. “HANK” HARTWELL – 89 – Sebring, Fl formerly from Plymouth

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Soldier’s Family Speaks of Their Hero, Father and Brother

January 11, 2012
Soldier’s Family Speaks of Their Hero, Father and Brother

01/12/12 The family of Specialist Robert Tauteris Junior are asking for their privacy as they prepare for his funeral.  Wednesday morning they granted only three media the opportunity to hear their thoughts of their father and brother. 44 year old “Bobby” as the soldier is known to his family was killed last week in...
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USDA RURAL DEVELOPMENT OFFICES CLOSING

January 11, 2012
USDA RURAL DEVELOPMENT OFFICES CLOSING

01/12/12 The USDA Rural Development offices in La Porte, Indiana, and Plymouth, Indiana, are closing and the staff is being transferred to the USDA Service Center in Knox, Indiana.  The actual move will take place on Thursday, January 12, 2012, and Friday, January 13, 2012.  Staff will not have access to their computers from...
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Driver Arrested After Hitting Trash Can and Leaving the Scene

January 11, 2012
Driver Arrested After Hitting Trash Can and Leaving the Scene

01/12/12  On Friday, January 6th at approximately 6:15pm, Plymouth Police Officer Gary Cleveland responded to the 300 block of Garro Street after receiving a call about a white Chevy Beretta that had hit a trash can and left the scene. The resident recognized the suspect driver as being Andrew Thomas 22, of Plymouth.  Once...
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New Electives being Offered at LJH

January 11, 2012
New Electives being Offered at LJH

01/12/12 Beginning with the 2012-2013 school year, there will be changes at Lincoln Junior High. LJH Principal Dan Funston, presented the proposed changes to the Plymouth School Board on Wednesday night. Funston said, “We will be adding three new electives that students will sign up for in the same way they students do at...
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Culver Academies Instructor honored for service to Regiment, Nation

January 11, 2012
Culver Academies Instructor honored for service to Regiment, Nation

01/12/12 The famed 506th Airborne Infantry Regiment (the “Currahees”) of the 101st Airborne Division today honored a local educator for his service to the Regiment.  In ceremonies at Fort Campbell, Major(Ret) John T. Duckett, III of Plymouth was inducted as a Distinguished Member of the Regiment. The DMOR designation is awarded to past and...
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Dr. Cadwell Discusses Sleep Issues with Plymouth Parents

January 11, 2012
Dr. Cadwell Discusses Sleep Issues with Plymouth Parents

01/12/12 Dr. Carrie Cadwell of Cadwell Psychological Service, LLC held the first in a series of informational presentations for parents of Plymouth Schools students and other community members on January 10. The meeting was held at Menominee Elementary. Cadwell said, “I come to this tonight as a parent and a psychologist.” Cadwell spoke on...
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