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Former North Township Trustee Honored

February 24, 2011
Former North Township Trustee Honored

02/25/11  Surrounded by family, friends, and colleagues Saturday in the small community room of the LaPaz-North Township Volunteer Fire Department building Elma Konya received a hero’s applause when she rose to her feet and reflected on the guiding principle she has used to serve the North Township community over the last 40 years as...
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County Police Officer Laffoon Investigates Crashes

February 24, 2011
County Police Officer Laffoon Investigates Crashes

02/25/11 County Police Officer Nick Laffoon investigated two accidents during Monday’s severe weather.  At 8:23 a.m. he was dispatched to State Road 17 wet of Pretty Lake Trail for a single vehicle accident.  42 year old Thomas Huff of Plymouth was east bound on S.R. 17 in a 2007 GMC Sierra approaching Pretty Lake...
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PHS Announces Changes in Finals Schedule due to Weather

February 24, 2011
PHS Announces Changes in Finals Schedule due to Weather

02/25/11 The Plymouth High School has release information for parents and students concerning finals for the second trimester due to the closing of school on Thursday. The plan for final examinations as a result of the cancellation Thursday and taking into account that more bad weather may be on the way follows: Assuming we...
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Community Foundation and United Way solicit nominations for Leader of the Year Award

February 24, 2011
Community Foundation and United Way solicit nominations for Leader of the Year Award

02/25/11  Leadership Marshall County (LMC), a program of the Marshall County Community Foundation and the United Way of Marshall County, requests nominations for the Leader of the Year Award which recognizes an individual who exemplifies outstanding leadership in Marshall County.  The award recipient will receive an engraved plaque and an award check in the...
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PHS Senior to Compete in State Poetry Competition

February 24, 2011
PHS Senior to Compete in State Poetry Competition

02/25/11 Plymouth High School senior Christina Green will compete in the state round of Poetry Out Loud: National Recitation Contest, held this Saturday, February 26 in Indianapolis.   Christina won the school competition in December with a flawless performance of Martin Espada’s “The Meaning of the Shovel.”   This Saturday, she will compete against...
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Unique Baby Bottle Collection on Display

February 24, 2011
Unique Baby Bottle Collection on Display

02/25/11 The Marshall County Museum would like to highlight a unique collection of baby bottles on display dating from the early to late twentieth century. Some of the donors to our compilation include Martha Mae Dean, Jolene Westafer and Kathy Warner. Come see the interesting evolution of baby feeding instruments and other infant related...
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Ministerial Association

February 24, 2011
Ministerial Association

02/25/11 The Marshall County Ministerial Association is pleased to announce the Christian Variety Show hosted by Annette Ray of Bourbon and Cindy Flagg of Plymouth was a success.  Over 200 hundred people were in attendance at the First United Methodist Church as eighteen different acts performed.  Entertainers of all ages shared their talents with...
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DENNIS W. BURDEN – 92 – from Plymouth

February 24, 2011
DENNIS W. BURDEN – 92 – from Plymouth

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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PHS Debater Qualifies for National Tournament in Dallas

February 23, 2011
PHS Debater Qualifies for National Tournament in Dallas

02/24/11 Sixteen year-old Plymouth High School sophomore Michaila Nate became the first national qualifier of the Plymouth Speech and Debate Team this season by finishing in second place in the District Congress Tournament. Only the top two speakers from the Senate advance to the National Forensic League Tournament to be held in Dallas, Texas...
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Plymouth BZA Approves Variances

February 23, 2011
Plymouth BZA Approves Variances

02/24/11 Members of the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals considered two agenda items during their February meeting. Theodore and Tamara Gangloff of 6626 Olive Road in Plymouth sought a variance of development standard to reduce the lot size from 5 acres to 1 acre in a rural residential zoning district.  The Gangloffs explained that...
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