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Caramel Corn Fundraiser for Special Education Class at PHS

October 26, 2014
Caramel Corn Fundraiser for Special Education Class at PHS

It’s that time of year… the aroma of sweet caramel corn fills the halls of Plymouth High School! Halloween is this Friday and in honor of the fall season the PHS Special Education Life Skills Class and teachers are busy making the delicious treat! Teacher Quinn Selner said, “Caramel corn sales take place three...
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Eric Laurence Arvesen – 47 – from Plymouth

October 25, 2014
Eric Laurence Arvesen – 47 – from Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Rockies take first round win at South Bend

October 25, 2014
Rockies take first round win at South Bend

SOUTH BEND – While Plymouth’s Rockies came away a 46-24 winner over South Bend Washington at School Field in round one of the IHSAA football playoffs it wasn’t a game without it’s moments. Put back a little on their heels after some big Panther stops on the first two Rockie possessions, it didn’t take...
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Hayes Arrested for Credit Card Fraud & Theft

October 24, 2014

On October 9, of this year the Plymouth Police Department received a report regarding the theft and unauthorized uses from the reporter’s debit/credit card in the 700 block of West Jefferson Street. Further investigation revealed that unauthorized transactions in excess of $1,000.00 had occurred. An investigation by city officers led them to 42 year...
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SJRMC Health Insurance Services offered at Community Resource Center

October 23, 2014
SJRMC Health Insurance Services offered at Community Resource Center

Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center-Health Insurance Services offers a place where individuals and families can learn more about their health insurance options from licensed health insurance agents, as well as enroll for coverage in the Health Insurance Marketplace. Open Enrollment for the Health Insurance Marketplace begins on Nov.15 and ends Feb. 15, 2015, for...
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Totes on City Sidewalks Need to be Moved!

October 23, 2014
Totes on City Sidewalks Need to be Moved!

Mayor Mark Senter is seeing a recurring issue in the city and he’s asking residents to help resolve the issue. Senter said, “Recently, I have seen numerous city trash totes sitting on and blocking city sidewalks.” The Mayor continued, “There is currently not an ordinance about hiding or putting your tote closer to a...
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BMV Releases Motor Driven Cycle Informational Video

October 23, 2014
BMV Releases Motor Driven Cycle Informational Video

Don Snemis, Commissioner of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV), announced Wednesday that the BMV has released an informational video, entitled “Motor Driven Cycles Rules of the Road” explaining the new Motor Driven Cycle (MDC) laws that begin on Jan. 1, 2015. “This video will inform Hoosiers how to register their MDCs and...
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BUY A BEAUTIFUL BLANKET AND SUPPORT BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH!

October 23, 2014
BUY A BEAUTIFUL BLANKET AND SUPPORT BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH!

Students in Plymouth High School’s Health Careers Program are making and selling Breast Cancer Awareness blankets for $30. Health Careers is a vocational program taught by Ms. Jona Cartwright, RN, who teaches beginning Health Careers and Medical Terminology. Ms. Kathy Berg, RN teaches C.N.A. The program is made up of students from Plymouth High...
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New 4-H enrollment period for the 2015 year – Project Fair to kick it off

October 23, 2014
New 4-H enrollment period for the 2015 year – Project Fair to kick it off

To many people, 4-H means the fair in July. However, 4-H goes much deeper than just seven days during the summer. 4-H members work hard all year round doing community service, going to club meetings, and practicing for the projects they sign up for. Each of the 800 4-H members in Marshall County started...
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Red Cross Blood Drive at Menominee, Principal Boyer gets “Poufs”

October 23, 2014
Red Cross Blood Drive at Menominee, Principal Boyer gets “Poufs”

How to educate children on how important blood donations are in emergencies and medical procedures, giving them a way to help fulfill the ever going need to keep blood supplies at high levels, and giving kids a thank-you activity where they can just have fun seemed like a tall order. But the American Red...
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