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Jonathon Nifong Arrested After Pursuit

November 22, 2011
Jonathon Nifong Arrested After Pursuit

11/23/11 On Monday, November 21st at 8:46 pm, Plymouth Police Officer John Weir attempted to make a traffic stop on a Mercury Cougar.  The vehicle sped westbound down an alley along Kenwood Avenue and then continued at high rates of speed through Westgate and onto State Road 17.  The pursuit ended near the intersection of...
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Monday Arrests by Plymouth Police

November 22, 2011
Monday Arrests by Plymouth Police

11/23/11 On Monday, November 21st at 6:22pm, Jerry Watson 50, of Plymouth entered the Marshall County Probation Department and set off the metal detector.  Watson was asked to empty his pockets, when doing so they found him to be in possession of an unknown white powder and a cigar laced with marijuana.  Watson was...
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Menominee Elementary Students Gather 2,561 Food Items

November 22, 2011
Menominee Elementary Students Gather 2,561 Food Items

11/23/11 Students of Menominee Elementary competed in the Stuff The Turkey Food Drive.  During the drive 2,561 food items were collected.  Collected food items were displayed in the library and last Friday the foods were divided up into 15 Thanksgiving Food Baskets for Menominee families needing assistance. Little Caesars in Plymouth supported the food...
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Kanzius Holiday Cards Available

November 22, 2011
Kanzius Holiday Cards Available

11/23/11 Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation is pleased to announce the winners of its first holiday card design contest. The winners, ranging in age from eight to 63, and were chosen by voters on the Kanzius website in October.   Each entry included a story explaining the inspiration behind the design. The top six designs are now featured in a limited...
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Downtown Tree Lighting on Friday

November 22, 2011
Downtown Tree Lighting on Friday

11/23/11 The annual Christmas Tree lighting event in downtown Plymouth will start at 5:30 p.m., Friday November 25th with Christmas music provided by Mark Miller and members of the Plymouth High School choir. Santa will arrive on the back of a fire truck at 5:45 and folks should gather in front of the City Center building...
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Ancilla College, Grace College Sign Articulation Agreement

November 22, 2011
Ancilla College, Grace College Sign Articulation Agreement

11/23/11 In an effort to increase the educational opportunities for local students, Ancilla College has signed an articulation agreement with Grace College in Winona Lake, IN, that will allow Ancilla graduates to continue their education in Grace’s GOAL (Grace Opportunities for Adult Learners) degree completion program. Under the terms of the agreement, Ancilla graduates...
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M.C. Museum Closed Thur. & Fri. Open for Tree Lighting

November 22, 2011
M.C. Museum Closed Thur. & Fri. Open for Tree Lighting

11/23/1  The Marshall County Museum will be closed Thursday, November 24th. We will also be closed our regular hours on Friday, November 25th but open in the evening from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Our 8 x 40 model train set will be running and visitors can expect a special surprise. Drop by to see...
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Family Thanksgiving at Miller’s

November 22, 2011
Family Thanksgiving at Miller’s

11/23/11 Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth held their annual Family Thanksgiving Buffet on Sunday, November 20th.  Because of the high number of reservations the buffet was broken into two different time seating’s. Approximately 140 individuals were served at the buffet.  The dietary staff prepared a delicious traditional thanksgiving dinner with turkey and dressing...
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Seminar at LJH for 60 School Corporations on 1 to 1 Computing

November 21, 2011
Seminar at LJH for 60 School Corporations on 1 to 1 Computing

11/22/11 Representatives from 60 different school corporations were at Lincoln Junior High on Friday for a seminar on the 1 to 1 computers. Because the Plymouth Community School Corporation it so advanced at using technology and have gone to the 1 to 1 computers for students they have received numerous calls from other school...
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Deputy Cooper Makes Weekend Arrests

November 21, 2011
Deputy Cooper Makes Weekend Arrests

11/22/11 On Saturday, November 19th at 10:50 p.m. Patrolman Brandon Cooper of the Marshall County Police Department stopped to assist a disabled motorist at the intersection of US 31 and 12th Road.  During the process, it was discovered that the driver, Joshua D. Emerson 25, of Peru was in possession of a scheduled 3...
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