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ANNUAL KIWANIS PEANUT SALE

May 17, 2012
ANNUAL KIWANIS PEANUT SALE

05/18/12 The Plymouth Chapter of Kiwanis will be holding their annual peanut sale on Friday, May 18th and Saturday, May 19th. Friday’s sale will be from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the corner of Jefferson and Michigan Streets inPlymouth as well as at Kroger’s and Wal-Mart inPlymouth.  Saturday’s sale will be from 9:00...
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NIPSCO Adds New Customer and Crew Tools to Storm Season Preparations

May 17, 2012
NIPSCO Adds New Customer and Crew Tools to Storm Season Preparations

   05/18/12 Nationwide, severe weather-related problems (storms, wind, fallen tree limbs) are the top cause of power outages. In preparation for storm season, NIPSCO is rolling out new technologies to improve customer communication and field crew response time. “Restoring power as quickly and safely as possible is our top priority, and we constantly look...
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Boys & Girls Club Share Shopping Bags with Miller’s Residents

May 17, 2012
Boys & Girls Club Share Shopping Bags with Miller’s Residents

     05/18/12 The Plymouth Boys and Girls Club often visit Miller’s Senior Living Community and sometimes bring gifts to share with the residents.  The club was given Salvation Army shopping bags and decided to share them with the Miller’s residents.  However, with the end of the school year fast approaching the boys and girls...
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Crash at 12th Road & Tomahawk Trail

May 16, 2012
Crash at 12th Road & Tomahawk Trail

   05/17/12 No injuries were reported in a two vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon at 3:45.  The accident occurred when a westbound 1998 Chevy convertible driven by 18 year old Kristin Meece of Plymouth began making a left hand turn onto Tomahawk Trail.  A 2000 Ford Taurus driven by 26 year old Crystal Rhoads was...
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Plymouth School Board Awards Michiana Contracting General Contracting Bid for New Tech

May 16, 2012
Plymouth School Board Awards Michiana Contracting General Contracting Bid for New Tech

     05/17/12 The Plymouth School Board approved the retirement of Riverside Principal Donna Burroughs at a special meeting held on May 15. Burroughs has accepted a position as superintendent for the Triton Community Schools; however, due to retirement status, she must be out of the Plymouth position for at least 30 days before...
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PHS Baccalaureate

May 16, 2012
PHS Baccalaureate

05/17/12   A baccalaureate service for Plymouth High School seniors is scheduled for this weekend.   The community is invited to join this service on Sunday, May 20th at 4:30 p.m. in the PHS Auditorium.
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SJRMC Brings World-Class Stroke Care to Michiana Through Telemedicine

May 16, 2012
SJRMC Brings World-Class Stroke Care to Michiana Through Telemedicine

   05/17/12 A stroke happens fast, and when one occurs, every second counts.  That’s why Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center continues to invest in state-of-the-art technology to ensure that the community has access to the most advanced stroke care in the country. As the first hospital in the region with a Primary Stroke Unit...
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Miller Arrested for DWI

May 16, 2012
Miller Arrested for DWI

05/17/12  On Tuesday, May 15th around 12:05am, Officer Wally Derifield conducted a traffic stop in front of the residence of 123 Candy Lane.   That traffic stop led to the arrest of Matthew Miller 38, of Plymouth who was charged with driving a vehicle while intoxicated. Miller was transported to the Marshall County Jail where...
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PHS Seniors Directed One-Act Competition on Saturday

May 16, 2012
PHS Seniors Directed One-Act Competition on Saturday

   05/17/12 This Saturday, May 19, the Plymouth High School Acting Class will be holding their 16th annual Senior Directed One-Act Competition. Three seniors have taken on the challenge of directing.  In doing so they have left their comfort zone of being “on stage” to now begin in charge and having all of the...
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DONNELLY: PROTECT ALL WOMEN FROM DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, NOT JUST SOME

May 16, 2012
DONNELLY: PROTECT ALL WOMEN FROM DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, NOT JUST SOME

  05/17/12 Wednesday, Congressman Joe Donnelly announced that he will vote against the House version of the re-authorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), H.R. 4970, because it fails to provide protection for all victims. Donnelly supports the bipartisan Senate version of the bill, S. 1925. “It is not acceptable that the House...
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