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Delta Theta Tau Sponsors Greeting Card Contest

November 29, 2012
Delta Theta Tau Sponsors Greeting Card Contest

  11/30/12 This fall, 5th and 6th grade students at Riverside Intermediate School participated in a greeting card design contest sponsored by the Delta Theta Tau Sorority.  In art class students learned how artists use journals to document their lives and brainstorm ideas. Then after studying the elements and principles of design and experimenting...
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2Indiana Resident Claim $1 million in record Powerball® run

November 29, 2012
2Indiana Resident Claim $1 million in record Powerball® run

  11/30/12 A Highland man plans to help his mother, start a college fund for his daughter and take his girlfriend to Red Lobster after winning $1 million in last night’s historic $587.5 million Powerball drawing. What Larry Chandler of Highland isn’t going to do is quit working.  The hard-working 34-year-old Hoosier and union electrician says...
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River otters expand to 80 percent of Indiana counties

November 29, 2012
River otters expand to 80 percent of Indiana counties

  11/30/12 River otters are expanding in Indiana and now occupy much of their historic range, representing a success story for wildlife conservation. Hoosiers now have a good chance of seeing river otters in many Indiana watersheds, a memory that will last a lifetime. Officially considered extirpated from Indiana by 1942, river otters were...
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2 Found Dead in Culver Home

November 29, 2012
2 Found Dead in Culver Home

  11/29/12 About 11 last night police were called to the 400 block of West Madison Street in the downtown Culver area for an apparent shooting.  Two people are dead and Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger is joining police in investigating this crime. According to police the wife of one of the victims came...
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Commissioners Accept Nepotism & Confilct Certifications

November 28, 2012
Commissioners Accept Nepotism & Confilct Certifications

  11/29/12 Local governments around Indiana are working to submit the new certifications for the recently implemented nepotism and conflict of interest policies.  This was a move that banned  government employees from working directly with relatives or in two conflicting positions. The law passed earlier this year with large bipartisan support in an effort to increase transparency in government, and local...
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Plymouth Plan Commission and BZA to Meet December 4th

November 28, 2012
Plymouth Plan Commission and BZA to Meet December 4th

  11/29/12 The Plymouth Plan Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals will meet Tuesday, December 4th beginning at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall. Collins Leasing on North Oak Road has submitted an application for a minor subdivision to split the current parcel into two new parcels that would be knows...
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Boots For The Bus Stop in 11th Year

November 28, 2012
Boots For The Bus Stop in 11th Year

  11/29/12 For the past 11 years Corporal Bridget Hite with the Plymouth Police Department has lead the charge to collect boots for needy children through the Boots For The Bus Stop Program. Years ago officers were talking about seeing children at the bus stop standing in the snow with tennis shoes on.  Teachers...
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Mayor’s Blood Drive December 15th

November 28, 2012
Mayor’s Blood Drive December 15th

  11/29/12 Mayor Mark Senter will host his final blood drive of 2012 at the Earthworks Market, 701 East Jefferson Street in Plymouth on Saturday, December 15th from 8 a.m. till noon. When you donate blood you will be able to pick a present. All donors will be eligible to pick one of the...
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City Plants 26 New Trees

November 28, 2012
City Plants 26 New Trees

  11/29/12 This week the City of Plymouth did their annual tree planting project.  $7,000 was allotted in this year’s budget to plant new trees.  Some new trees are planted where other have been taken down or destroyed by storms.   White tipped sticks with white circles were seen in the right-of-ways around town...
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Miller’s Residents make Ornaments to Trim Tree at Chamber

November 28, 2012
Miller’s Residents make Ornaments to Trim Tree at Chamber

 11/29/12  The calendar may say November but Miller’s Senior Living Community is looking ahead to December already.  Marketing Director Anna Corbett approached the residents and explained that on the first of December Miller’s Senior Living is in charge of decorating the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce display window in downtown Plymouth.  Corbett would like to...
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