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Menominee Students Gather Donations for Operation Quiet Comfort

March 26, 2012
Menominee Students Gather Donations for Operation Quiet Comfort

  03/27/12 Fourth grade Menominee Elementary Teacher, Carla Manchak  is co-leader of the Student Council organization.    The Student Council’s Acts of Service Committee headed up a campaign for Operation: Quiet Comfort.  This is a charitable organization that gives “go bags” full of toiletry items, goodies, puzzle books, socks, etc. to injured military members....
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Busy Agenda for Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety

March 26, 2012
Busy Agenda for Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety

    03/27/12 The Plymouth Board of Works met Monday night with a full agenda.  Mayor Senter informed the Board that Councilman Wayne Smith was out of state and wouldn’t be available for the meeting.  The first order of business was the awarding of a quote for new dump truck for the Street Department.  The...
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County Police Investigate Theft of Trees

March 26, 2012
County Police Investigate Theft of Trees

    03/27/12 On Wednesday, March 21st the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was notified about 4 p.m. of a theft that occurred in the area of 19B Road and Linden Road. The property owner said unknown persons entered the farmland south of 19B Road, approximately 1200 feet off of Linden Road in approximately a 5...
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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HOSTING FISH DINNER

March 26, 2012
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HOSTING FISH DINNER

   03/27/12 The Plymouth Knights of Columbus Council 1975 will be hosting an all you can eat Lenten fish dinner on Friday, March 30th.  The dinner will be held at the Knights of Columbus Hall at 901 E. Jefferson in Plymouth from 4pm to 7pm. Your $8.50 ticket will provide with an all you...
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Coats Supports Bipartisan JOBS Act

March 26, 2012
Coats Supports Bipartisan JOBS Act

   03/27/12 Last week Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) made the following statement after voting for the Jump-start Our Business Start-ups (JOBS) Act, bipartisan legislation that will provide more access to capital and generate economic growth. “The JOBS Act will make much-needed regulatory changes to help start-ups and entrepreneurs access public markets and create jobs,”...
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County Police Arrest 2 for Theft of Cable Service from Mediacom

March 25, 2012
County Police Arrest 2 for Theft of Cable Service from Mediacom

   03/26/12 On Wednesday, March 21st officers from the Marshall County Sheriff Department were conducting an investigation of thefts in the LaPaz area.  Through the investigation it was found that the tenants at Lot 20 of the Little Fawn Trail Park had ran a cable wire from the Mediacom cable box thru an open...
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Public and Governments in Marshall County Encouraged to Attend Special Joint Commissioner Council Meeting

March 25, 2012
Public and Governments in Marshall County Encouraged to Attend Special Joint Commissioner Council Meeting

    03/26/12 The Marshall County Commissioners and the Marshall County Council will convene for a special joint public meeting on Wednesday, March 28th at 7:00 p.m. in the Commissioners’ Meeting Room on the second floor of the County Building located at112 West Jefferson Street in Plymouth.   The purpose of special meeting is to discussing...
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PHS to Send 3 BPA Members to National Competition

March 25, 2012
PHS to Send 3 BPA Members to National Competition

  03/26/12 Last week on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday members of the Plymouth High School Business Professionals of America Team (BPA) competed at the State Finals in Indianapolis.  Students at this competition compete by presenting case studies, solving problems, and demonstrating competencies in business related activities. Kelly Bryant (Fundamental Word Processing) and Jessica Cleveland...
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Kids at Riverside Intermediate Schools doing Great Things

March 25, 2012
Kids at Riverside Intermediate Schools doing Great Things

03/26/12 Jeni Hirschy, Assistant Principal at Riverside Intermediate School recently released a number of news items about the great things students at Riverside are doing. Under a partnership with TCU, Riverside recognizes students and teachers who have earned perfect attendance for each nine weeks.  Student’s names are entered into a drawing for a savings...
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Fundraising Continues for Plymouth Dog Park

March 25, 2012
Fundraising Continues for Plymouth Dog Park

   03/26/12 A local group formed, in part, to pursue building a Dog Park within Centennial Park continues to hold fundraisers and accept donations for fencing. The proposed area would be built just east of the tennis courts and Freyman Shelter. According to BOW WOW Friends, the park is designed to let dogs walk,...
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