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Neighborhood Center Accepting Sign-ups for Thanksgiving Food Baskets

October 31, 2011
Neighborhood Center Accepting Sign-ups for Thanksgiving Food Baskets

11/01/11 Sara Hill, Executive Director of the Marshall County Neighborhood Center is counting on the community to assist with Thanksgiving Food Baskets for families experiencing hardships.   She said, “We can guarantee the first 100 baskets with the funds we have on hand.  I hope the community giving will match ours for a total of...
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The Little Mermaid at PHS this Weekend

October 31, 2011
The Little Mermaid at PHS this Weekend

11/01/11 The PHS Theatre Department will be presenting their annual children’s show this weekend.  The play is The Little Mermaid, and will be performed this Friday, November 4, at 6:30 PM, this Saturday, November 5, at 2:00 PM and again at 6:30 PM, and on Sunday, November 6, at 2:00 PM.  All shows are...
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Awards from America in Bloom for Plymouth

October 31, 2011
Awards from America in Bloom for Plymouth

11/01/11 The Plymouth America in Bloom Committee is proud to announce it was honored at the recent America in Bloom Symposium held in Crystal City, VA.  The symposium featured educational seminars, networking and an awards ceremony. In the Criteria Category, in which communities of all sizes are pitted against each other, Plymouth was second...
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Shop With A Cop Raising Money for Holiday Program

October 31, 2011
Shop With A Cop Raising Money for Holiday Program

11/01/11 Plymouth F.O.P. Lodge195’s annual Shop With A Cop fundraising efforts are in full swing.  The program hopes to take over 300 children shopping in December. Shop With A Cop recently received a couple of donations from car clubs. Duane Bender, President of the Hoosier Old Wheels Car Club presented Hurshel Hunter, President of...
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County Police Officer Brown Investigates Car Deer Crashes

October 31, 2011
County Police Officer Brown Investigates Car Deer Crashes

11/01/11 With the fall season, not only do the leaves fall, and it gets darker faster, the deer begin to move causing more accidents. County Police Officer Matt Brown investigated several crashes Saturday and Sunday.  The first occurred at 3:40 p.m. on Saturday near the intersection of Muckshaw and 15B Road.  20 year old...
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Triton Offers College & Financial Aid Night

October 31, 2011
Triton Offers College & Financial Aid Night

11/01/11 Triton High School will host a college and financial aid night for sophomores, juniors, and their parents on Tuesday, November 8th at 7 p.m. in the high school library. Hugh Rettinger, Triton High School Guidance Counselor, will provide information to students and parents about the process of selecting, applying, and preparing for a...
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Plymouth Wesleyan to Host Harvest Sunday for Community

October 31, 2011
Plymouth Wesleyan to Host Harvest Sunday for Community

11/01/11 Join Plymouth Wesleyan Church for Harvest Sunday, Nov. 6. The day will begin with two morning services, 9 and 10:30 a.m. Chili, bratwursts and hot dogs will be served for lunch beginning at 11:30 a.m. Then enjoy activities for the family, including a hay maze, hayrides, pony rides and inflatable games until 2...
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Halloween Treats at Miller’s

October 31, 2011
Halloween Treats at Miller’s

11/01/11 An estimated 300 (plus) trick or treaters came through Miller’s Merry Manor and Miller’s Assisted Living in Plymouth on Saturday afternoon for Community Trick or Treat. The young ghosts and goblins walked through the nursing facility and then on to the assisted living. Residents and volunteers passed out treats and enjoyed all the...
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Mary Haas – 76 – from Sebring, Florida, formerly of Plymouth

October 31, 2011
Mary Haas – 76 – from Sebring, Florida, formerly of Plymouth

Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Viola Keck – 86 – of Plymouth

October 31, 2011

Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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