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Sobriety Checkpoint Slated for Kosciusko County

May 31, 2011
Sobriety Checkpoint Slated for Kosciusko County

06/01/11  Indiana State Police Sergeant Chad Larsh has announced that the state police will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint in Kosciusko County.  The checkpoint will start during the evening hours of Thursday, June 2, 2011 and end during the early morning hours of Friday, June 3. Motorists are encouraged to have their driver’s license...
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Community Youth Orchestra

May 31, 2011
Community Youth Orchestra

06/01/11 The Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra held their Spring Concert at Lincoln Junior High on Sunday, May 22.   With 70 members, the Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra was too big to fit on stage to perform as one orchestra! The concert members took the stage first. Although most of these players started only four week...
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Jack Takes Blount Memorial at Plymouth Speedway

May 31, 2011
Jack Takes Blount Memorial at Plymouth Speedway

06/01/11  This past weekend Dragon Racing Fuels and Newton Oil presented the Annual Jim Blount Memorial at the Plymouth Speedway for the Dragon Racing Fuel Outlaw Late Models. The cars rolled into the pits all afternoon leading up to the event. The evening began with qualifying for the four classes of cars in action....
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Bag-A-Lope Class at Miller’s

May 31, 2011
Bag-A-Lope Class at Miller’s

06/01/11 Miller’s Senior Living Community Activity Director, Cindy Flagg recently took a class through People’s University.  The Bag-A-Lope class taught by Marge Keltner of Plymouth involved making a gift bag out of an ordinary envelope.  Flagg enjoyed the class so much she persuaded Keltner to teach the class at Miller’s.  Those who missed the...
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Local Citizens Join Together to Honor Military Members on Memorial Day

May 30, 2011
Local Citizens Join Together to Honor Military Members on Memorial Day

05/31/11  Many Marshall County residents joined with Americans all over the nation on Memorial Day to honor those past and present who served or are serving in military service. Master Chief Navy Retired Steven Beam, speaking at a ceremony at Oak Hill Cemetery, echoed the sentiments of those gathered, saying, “Today is our day...
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County Officer Cooper Makes Arrest

May 30, 2011
County Officer Cooper Makes Arrest

5/31/11 Marshall County Police arrest two in traffic stops early Friday morning. Patrolman Cooper of the Marshall County Police Department stayed busy early Friday, May 27th. Around 1:45 a.m. The officer made a routine traffic stop on US 30 east of Oak Road. Upon investigation it was determined that the driver, 26 year old...
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Thursday Arrests by Plymouth Police

May 30, 2011
Thursday Arrests by Plymouth Police

5/31/11 Plymouth Police made an arrest at the Prairie View Group Home in Plymouth last week. On Thursday May 26th just after 8:11a.m. Officer Jessie Pippenger of the Plymouth Police Department responded to Prairie View Group home located at 703 West Jefferson Street reference to a battery complaint. Joshua T. Hale 18, of Plymouth...
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Yellow River Festival Provides Family Fun

May 30, 2011
Yellow River Festival Provides Family Fun

05/31/11  The 2011 Yellow River Festival on June 4 will provide a wide variety of family fun and educational entertainment in addition to live music all day and plenty of food. At the festival, people can expect to see “Johnny Appleseed” in full costume. Steve McPhail, who portrays the colorful character at the Indiana...
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NANCY K. SMITH SEKIRKA – 57 – from Plymouth

May 30, 2011
NANCY K. SMITH SEKIRKA – 57 – from Plymouth

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Ancilla Baseball Team Joins Relief Efforts for Alabama Tornado Victims

May 27, 2011
Ancilla Baseball Team Joins Relief Efforts for Alabama Tornado Victims

05/31/11  The Ancilla College baseball team recently joined in aiding relief efforts for victims of the tornadoes that swept through Alabama, delivering numerous donated goods and lending assistance to those in need. “As I watched with my family the tornadoes going through Birmingham live on TV and learning of the damage, destruction and death...
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