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See the Nation’s Capital with Marshall County Council on Aging

March 24, 2014
See the Nation’s Capital with Marshall County Council on Aging

  03/25/14 Ready to get away from it all?  (But maybe dread all planning for a vacation?)  Why not let Marshall County Council on Aging plan it for you?  The Council on Aging is once again teaming up with Diamond Tours, and we’re heading to Washington, D.C.!   The trip departs from the Life Enrichment...
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Quissell 18th AA at State Gymnastic Meet

March 24, 2014
Quissell 18th AA at State Gymnastic Meet

Plymouth High School Gymnast, Cassi Quissell earned 2nd place at Sectionals to qualify to Regional.  She Earned 5th place at the Regional to qualify to State and on Friday she headed to the State Tournament. The top 9 Teams in the State and the top 6 individuals from each Regional traveled to Worthen Arena...
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Donnelly on Bipartisan Delegation in Afghanistan

March 24, 2014
Donnelly on Bipartisan Delegation in Afghanistan

Washington, D.C. – Senator Joe Donnelly, who serves on the Senate Armed Services Committee, is on a bipartisan mission in Afghanistan as part of a congressional delegation that also includes stops in Ukraine and Israel. Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) and Congressman Stephen Lynch (D-MA) are also on the delegation with Donnelly.   In Afghanistan, Donnelly met...
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TAC Meeting Thursday

March 24, 2014
TAC Meeting Thursday

   03/25/14  The Marshall County Tax Awareness Committee will hold its next meeting on Thursday, March 27th at 7:00 P.M.. The meeting will be held in the Plymouth Public Library in the Laramore Room located at 201 North Center Street in Plymouth. The March meeting will be a general business meeting open to the...
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Blood Drive at Miller’s Senior Living

March 24, 2014
Blood Drive at Miller’s Senior Living

Miller’s Senior Living Community Campus recently hosted a blood drive through the South Bend Medical Foundation.  Campus Administrator Erin Ginter is pleased to announce that 24 donors signed in and 18 units of blood were successfully collected.                                   Ginter and the South Bend Medical Foundation would like to thank each member of Miller’s staff...
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Triton Students Visit Medieval Times

March 24, 2014
Triton Students Visit Medieval Times

03/25/14  Students in the 6th grade at Triton Elementary School have been studying the Middle Ages.  As a way to see firsthand life that long ago, the students visited Medieval Times in Illinois last week. Superintendent Donna Burroughs shared some pictures of their day.  Triton Elementary also wants to thank those who chaperoned and...
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City Boards Approve Agreement for Metronet Conduit Installation

March 23, 2014
City Boards Approve Agreement for Metronet Conduit Installation

03/24/14 Earlier this month the Board of Public Works and Safety and the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission approved agreements between their boards and USI Consultants for the installation of underground conduit infrastructure in the City’s right-of-way for the Metronet project.  Conduit will be installed on Michigan Street, Oak Hill Avenue, Commerce Street, Pioneer Drive, Oak...
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Arrests by Bourbon Police Officer

March 23, 2014
Arrests by Bourbon Police Officer

03/24/14 On Friday, March 21st, about 11:30 p.m. Officer Matt Geiger with the Bourbon Police Department stopped a black Mazda passenger car for speeding on Main Street, north of 13th Trail.  The driver, Marco Tulio Ruiz of Argos was found to have never received a driver’s license.  Mr. Ruiz was arrested and transported to...
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PHS Distinguished Alumni Seek Nominations

March 23, 2014
PHS Distinguished Alumni Seek Nominations

03/24/14 The Plymouth Alumni Association of Plymouth High School will begin accepting nominations for the 2014 PHS Distinguished Alumni Award.   Nominations can be submitted until April 20, 2014.   Completed forms can be dropped off to the Plymouth High School front office, the Weidner School of Inquiry, and the Plymouth School Corporation office.  Nominations can...
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Crash Caused by Medical Issue

March 23, 2014
Crash Caused by Medical Issue

  03/24/14 Plymouth Police Officer John Weir investigated a two vehicle crash Friday morning at 7:50 on Overmyer Drive west of Nutmeg Road. The crash sent one person to Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth. 40 year old Jessica Strong of Quail Ridge was eastbound on Overmyer Drive in a 2013 Chrysler Town...
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