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Beacon Credit Donates to LJH “Storm Watch” Program

October 6, 2011
Beacon Credit Donates to LJH “Storm Watch” Program

10/07/11 Beacon Credit Union in Plymouth believes strongly in the “Storm Watch” program at Lincoln Junior High and recently contributed $1,000 to the school to help ensure that the program remains in place. For the first three years, “Storm Watch” was underwritten by U.S. Granules. According to LJH Assistant Principal, “Storm Watch” is a...
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New Sign at Museum

October 6, 2011
New Sign at Museum

10/07/11 The Marshall County Historical Museum has a new sign that hopefully will help visitors locate the main entrance. During the August 2, 2011 meeting of the Plymouth BZA (Board of Zoning Appeals), a variance was granted to increase the projected distance of a wall sign that has now been attached to the building...
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LifePlex Grand Prize Winners

October 6, 2011
LifePlex Grand Prize Winners

10/07/11 Sarah Flynn, Marketing Director for the Fitness Forum at LifePlex announced the Grand Prize Winners from their Health Fair. Dorothy Woodward and her Daughter Kristie Maure won the one year family membership to Fitness Forum Sports and Wellness at LifePlex. The second winner was Jessica Allen won a Hot Air Balloon Ride for...
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Indiana Dept. of Child Services Partners With Marengo Cave

October 6, 2011
Indiana Dept. of Child Services Partners With Marengo Cave

10/07/11 The Indiana Dept. of Child Services (DCS) recently announced a partnership with Marengo Cave that will provide a wonderful family learning opportunity for Indiana’s foster families. Effective immediately, foster parents, their foster children and their biological and stepchildren will receive free admission to either or both of the caves’s guided walking tours. In...
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MAKING WAVES Donors think of Kanzius Foundation during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 6, 2011
MAKING WAVES Donors think of Kanzius Foundation during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The concept of electing to undergo a double mastectomy, when diagnosed with what is essentially “stage zero” cancer, is one that is foreign to most women. However, as comedian Wanda Sykes revealed recently on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” it is a reflection of the frightening nature of cancer, and all of the associated and...
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Last Day for Plymouth Farmers’ Market

October 5, 2011
Last Day for Plymouth Farmers’ Market

 10/06/11 The Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM) ends its 7th season this Saturday–same time, same place—River Park Square. Special activities are planned to end what has been its most unusual season. Vendor and shopper attendance seemed to increase as more fruits and vegetables were available. Unfortunately, the strange weather patterns impacted what was available and...
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Arrests by City Police Officers

October 5, 2011
Arrests by City Police Officers

10/06/11 On Tuesday, October 4th around 7:40 a.m. Plymouth Police Department was dispatched to the area of Red-D-Mart on the corner of Jefferson and Michigan Streets in reference to two subjects being possibly intoxicated.  When Officer Mark Owen arrived on scene he spoke with 19 year old Dereck Pinkowski and 18 year old Alexis...
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Plymouth Author featured in Reader’s Digest Contest

October 5, 2011
Plymouth Author featured in Reader’s Digest Contest

10/06/11 Sandra Schreifer of Plymouth is a contestant with her 150-word life story that was submitted to the Your Life… The Reader’s Digest Version contest. Reader’s Digest editors will select the grand prize winner and ten runners up from the Top 100 public vote story entrants. The grand prize winner will have the chance to...
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Benge Discusses Athletics at PHS

October 5, 2011
Benge Discusses Athletics at PHS

10/06/11 It is almost astonishing that the Plymouth High School Athletic Director, Roy Benge, his staff and volunteers can keep up with the nearly 700 students involved in their programs. During the October 4 Plymouth School Board meeting, Benge said there were 681 participants in the various programs in the 2010-2011 school year. He...
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One Last Time to Rock on for the Rockies

October 5, 2011
One Last Time to Rock on for the Rockies

10/06/11 Friday night will be the last time for fans to Rock On for the Rockies this season as Plymouth plays their final home game taking on Goshen in a traditional Northern Lakes Conference battle. The Plymouth Alumni Association welcomes Plymouth High School grad singer/songwriter Chad Van Herk to the tent to encourage fans...
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