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OLIVER FORD LINCOLN HOSTS FUNDRAISER TO SUPPORT PLYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL’S MUSIC BOOSTERS

May 9, 2012
OLIVER FORD LINCOLN HOSTS FUNDRAISER TO SUPPORT PLYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL’S MUSIC BOOSTERS

  05/10/12 Oliver Ford and Plymouth High School are partnering to help raise up to $6000 in support of the Music Boosters as part of Ford Motor Company’s Drive One 4 Ur School program.  Members of the Plymouth area community will have the opportunity to raise money for the Music Boosters by test-driving a...
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WNDU Honors Plymouth Teacher

May 9, 2012
WNDU Honors Plymouth Teacher

  05/10/12 Plymouth Schools teacher, Suzie Clevenger, has been chosen as one of three “Educators of the Year” by WNDU-TV in South Bend. Clevenger has taught since 1998 at the Marshall County Alternative School housed in Plymouth. Each semester she typically has between 16-20 students who have been referred to the alternative program for...
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County Police Report

May 9, 2012
County Police Report

  05/10/12  On Wednesday, May 2nd at 7:27am, Patrolman Nick Laffoon of the Marshall County Police Department conducted a traffic stop on US 30 eastbound east of Plymouth Goshen Trail for a vehicle that had made several traffic violations.  Upon stopping the vehicle it was learned that the offender, Nathaniel A. Washington 36, of...
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Marshall County United Way Golf Card is Now Available

May 9, 2012
Marshall County United Way Golf Card is Now Available

  05/10/12 The United Way of Marshall County is pleased to announce the popular United Way Golf Card is now available. Individuals can obtain the card for a $50 donation to United Way. The card entitles the golfer to play one round of golf at all six of the golf courses located in Marshall...
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Stamp Out Hunger this Saturday

May 9, 2012
Stamp Out Hunger this Saturday

05/10/12 On Saturday, May 12, the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) conduct their 20th annual food drive, Stamp Out Hunger across America. The food drive has grown from a regional to a national effort that provides assistance to the millions of Americans struggling to put food on the table. The Stamp Out Hunger...
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Lower Voter Turn-out in Marshall County, 22%

May 8, 2012
Lower Voter Turn-out in Marshall County, 22%

   05/09/12 Voter turn-out in Marshall County was only at 22% for the May Primary Election.   742 citizens exercised their right to vote absentee with them using the Travel Board, mail and the election machines in the Court House.  Election Board member Nelson Chipman said four years ago absentee voter turnout was 10% while...
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Light Turn-out for IHSAA Class Basketball Town Hall Meeting at PHS

May 8, 2012
Light Turn-out for IHSAA Class Basketball Town Hall Meeting at PHS

  05/09/12 A surprisingly slim crowd of area coaches, teachers, fans, and former players attended a town hall meeting last night in the Plymouth High School auditorium.  This was one of eleven different locations where the town hall meetings are being held to allow the public a chance to voice their opinions on the...
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Fire at Maax

May 8, 2012
Fire at Maax

  05/09/12 Plymouth firefighters responded to Maax, the former Aker Plastics at 1001 North Oak Drive Tuesday afternoon about 4:30 for a fire in the chop room.  When firefighters responded they found smoke and fire in the room with one of the three tables a blaze.   Because of the potential for a major...
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Cook/Dimmitt Building Comes Down in South Gateway Project

May 8, 2012
Cook/Dimmitt Building Comes Down in South Gateway Project

  05/09/12 The South Gateway Project is moving forward full steam ahead with the demolition of the Cook/Dimmitt Building.  Sunday morning more than a dozen folks gathered for a tailgate demo party to see the final walls of the structure come crashing down.   Local architect Brent Martin said the demolition crew started about...
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Plymouth Police Reports

May 8, 2012
Plymouth Police Reports

05/09/12  On Thursday May 3rd, around 4:30pm Corporal Bridget Hite of the Plymouth Police Department responded to Wal-Mart on North Oak Drive after receiving a call that a male subject was having trouble walking and was falling down.  Upon arrival Officer Hite met with Marvin R. Keyser 58, of Knox. It appeared at that...
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