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Park Dept. has seats for Horseshoe Casino Trip

February 15, 2012
Park Dept. has seats for Horseshoe Casino Trip

02/16/12 Scott Michel, Recreation Director for the Plymouth Park Department announced this week that they still have a few spots left for the Park Department Trip to the Horseshoe Casino on Monday, February 27.   The motor-coach will depart from the public pool at 9 a.m. and return at 5 p.m.  The cost is...
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Valentine’s Day Celebration at Miller’s

February 15, 2012
Valentine’s Day Celebration at Miller’s

02/16/12 Residents and staff of Miller’s Senior Living Community celebrated Valentine’s Day throughout the entire day the evening meal on Tuesday, February 14th.  The day began with dietary assistant chef Rhonda Rogers and Activity Director Cindy Flagg making red velvet pancakes for breakfast.  The aroma filled the facility and the pancakes were a real...
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City Board of Public Works Opens Quotes and Bids

February 14, 2012
City Board of Public Works Opens Quotes and Bids

02/15/12 Members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety award bids for 2012 street materials to both Stockberger Trucking and Rock Industries during their meeting Monday night.   Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt asked the board for approval for both bids noting that sometimes when specific material is not available from one provider it...
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Two Arrested on Drug Charges

February 14, 2012
Two Arrested on Drug Charges

   02/15/12 On Friday, February10th at approximately 11:15 a.m. Patrolman Jonathan Bryant of the Marshall County Police Department conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of 8th Road and the West County Line Road. Upon approaching the vehicle, the officer observed the driver, Steven Haut 22, of Valparaiso putting what was believed to be...
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Road Rage by Semi Drivers

February 14, 2012
Road Rage by Semi Drivers

    02/15/12  On Thursday, February 9th at approximately 10:30 a.m. the Marshall County 9-1-1 Center requested an officer to respond to the area of US 30 between Queen Road and State Road 17 for two semi’s that were complaining of road-rage. Both semis were traveling eastbound on US 30.  The victim John Drury told...
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COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER OPEN HOUSE

February 14, 2012
COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER OPEN HOUSE

  02/15/12 On Sunday, February 19th from 2 to 4 pm an open house at the new Community Resource Center at Adams and First Street in Plymouths planned for the community. This new building will house many Social Service Agencies in a convenient location.  Members of the T-Squared Committee are asking the community to...
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Republicans Host Lincoln Day Dinner

February 14, 2012
Republicans Host Lincoln Day Dinner

02/14/12 Republicans gathered for the annual Lincoln Day Dinner on Monday night appreciated the words of the keynote speaker, Mike Pence. Pence is a candidate for governor of Indiana. Pence said he and wife Karen took 13,000 signatures of those supporting him when they put his name in for his bid for the top...
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13 CONFIRMED CASES OF MEASLES IN INDIANA

February 14, 2012
13 CONFIRMED CASES OF MEASLES IN INDIANA

02/15/12 State health officials have reported a total of 13 confirmed cases of measles in Central Indiana, involving both children and adults. All confirmed cases are residents of Boone and Hamilton counties in Indiana. The Indiana State Department of Health continues to work with local health departments, health care providers, and all impacted organizations...
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Chiefs of Police Name State Sen. Randy Head “Legislator of the Year”

February 14, 2012
Chiefs of Police Name State Sen. Randy Head “Legislator of the Year”

02/15/12 State Senator Randy Head (R-Logansport) was recently named “Legislator of the Year” by the Indiana Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) to honor his support of public safety and tougher criminal sentences in Indiana. The organization credited Head for his authorship and dedication to the landmark human trafficking bill which was signed into...
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Ancilla Students and Staff

February 14, 2012
Ancilla Students and Staff

     02/15/12  Sister Carleen Wrasman readies a donation delivery for the Heminger House Shelter for Women and Children. Ancilla College students, faculty, and staff collected money, gift cards, and paper products as part of the “Gratitude Day” held the first Tuesday of each month. Ancilla College is a Catholic, two-year, co-educational, liberal arts college...
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