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Chicken Pox Outbreat in Union North School Under Control

December 1, 2011
Chicken Pox Outbreat in Union North School Under Control

12/02/11 A chicken pox outbreak that hit the Union-North School Corporation last week seems to be under control. When a total of eight cases were confirmed, the school administrators, Marshall County Health Department, and the Saint Joseph County Health Department personnel immediately set up vaccinations clinic on Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. All...
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Melody Makers Perform at Miller’s

December 1, 2011
Melody Makers Perform at Miller’s

12/02/11 The Melody Makers of Indiana performed at Miller’s Assisted Living in Plymouth on Wednesday, November 30th.  They are led by Director Eileen Wright.  The group is affiliated with the Purdue Extension Chorus.  They are an all volunteer chorus who shares their time and talent throughout the Marshall County area.  Residents of Miller’s were...
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Pilgrims Home Opener Friday

December 1, 2011
Pilgrims Home Opener Friday

12/02/11 Plymouth’s Pilgrims open their home season at PHS on Friday against Rochester and the Plymouth Alumni Association has teamed up with AM-1050 WTCA for a first ever event. After each Friday home game this season, you can listen to the WTCA post game show featuring Pilgrim Head Coach Ryan Bales and the Pilgrim...
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4th Annual Shop With A Cop Radio Auction this Friday

November 30, 2011
4th Annual Shop With A Cop Radio Auction this Friday

12/01/11 The 4th Annual WTCA Shop With A Cop Radio Auction for Plymouth FOP Lodge 195 is tomorrow, Friday, December 2nd beginning at 9 a.m. This year we have the Big Board with items that will be on the auction block all day.  Some of the items on this board include a trip, a...
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Hunting on County-Owned Property?

November 30, 2011
Hunting on County-Owned Property?

12/01/11 During last month’s County Commissioner’s meeting Kevin Overmyer said that several individuals have contacted him recently about hunting on county owned property such as the Memorial Forest and Mill Pond.  The hunters were specifically asking if there was an ordinance in place allowing or prohibiting hunting on county property. 14th Road resident, Joe...
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Ernsperger Arrested for Possession

November 30, 2011
Ernsperger Arrested for Possession

12/01/11 Tuesday evening at 7:51 Officer John Weir with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Council Drive and Western Avenue for a driving infraction. Officer Weir walked his K-9 partner Rex around the vehicle and Rex indicated the presence of some type of narcotics.  After a search was...
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SJRMC’s Plymouth Family & Internal Medicine Expanding to Downtown Location

November 30, 2011
SJRMC’s Plymouth Family & Internal Medicine Expanding to Downtown Location

12/01/11 Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center’s Plymouth Family & Internal Medicine (PFIM) will be expanding to a second site in downtown Plymouth. The site is scheduled to open during the first quarter of calendar year 2012. PFIM is part of theSaint JosephPhysician Network (SJPN) which consists of nearly 50 doctors, including specialists, primary care...
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Chamber of Commerce Holiday Basket Give-A-Way

November 30, 2011
Chamber of Commerce Holiday Basket Give-A-Way

12/01/11 The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce is once again having their gift basket promotion. Three Gift Baskets filled with chamber member products will be given away the 3 weeks leading up to Christmas. There are over 30 chamber business registration sites this year.  To register visit any or all registration sites and fill out...
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Culver Antiquarian & Historical Society Tour of Churches….

November 30, 2011
Culver Antiquarian & Historical Society Tour of Churches….

12/01/11 The Antiquarian & Historical Society of Culver is teaming up with several local churches for a “hands-on” historic tour of several of the community’s places of worship, with a holiday-themed Advent/Christmas slant to the event. On Sunday, Dec. 4, starting at 2 p.m., a bus-driven tour will start outside Wesley United Methodist Church...
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Coats Statement on HHS Denial of Indiana Waiver Request

November 30, 2011
Coats Statement on HHS Denial of Indiana Waiver Request

12/01/11 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) Tuesday issued the following statement regarding the Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) denial of the state of Indiana’s request for relief from a major provision of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA): “The evidence continues to show that the president’s health care law has failed...
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