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Miller’s Celebrates Veterans Day

November 11, 2011
Miller’s Celebrates Veterans Day

11/14/11 Miller’s Senior Living Community of Plymouth hosted their annual Veteran’s Day Buffet and entertainment for area veterans on Thursday, Nov. 10 at noon.  Since there are so many activities going on in Marshall County on Veteran’s Day, Miller’s chooses to celebrate a day early to give veterans a chance to attend the different...
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Downey Arrested for DWS

November 11, 2011
Downey Arrested for DWS

11/14/11 On Friday, November 11th just after 2:00 a.m. Officer Jordan Rans of the Plymouth Police Department conducted a routine traffic stop at the intersection of US 30 and Oak Drive.  It was found that the driver, Evan R. Downey 23, of Plymouth was driving on a suspended license.   He was transported to the...
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Union North School Board Considers Discretionary Spending Limit

November 11, 2011
Union North School Board Considers Discretionary Spending Limit

11/14/11 The Union-North United School Board members all agreed on Thursday night that a limit to the amount that a superintendent should be allowed to spend without board approval should be set; however, what that limit should be set at brought out opposing opinions. The matter was brought to light when Interim Superintendent Julie...
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Cancer Association of M.C. Annual Meeting

November 11, 2011
Cancer Association of M.C. Annual Meeting

11/14/11 The Cancer Association of Marshall County began assisting cancer patients within the county in 1962.  Funding began with monies from the estates of Welcome R. Ebersole, Grace Moslander, and Roy Hawk.  The Zeta Zeta Chapter of Delta Theta Tau implemented the program by providing transportation to cancer patients and providing financial assistance to...
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A.D. at Union North Updates School Board

November 11, 2011
A.D. at Union North Updates School Board

11/14/11 The Union North United School Board heard a report on the LaVille Athletic Department programs. Will Hostrawser, who serves as the Director of Athletics, explain that there are two main focus areas of future growth that they are addressing. He said beginning onJanuary 1, 2012, they will be implementing a new weight program....
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Amramp Offering Safe Path Threshold Ramps This Holiday Season

November 11, 2011
Amramp Offering Safe Path Threshold Ramps This Holiday Season

11/14/11 Amramp, a leading accessibility solutions provider, is helping improve access to homes this holiday season with Safe Path ramps, The Path to Sustainability! Safe Path ramps areADAcompliant allowing for access to raised surfaces into homes and businesses. Safe Path ramps are made of recycled tires, better alternative to concrete and are able to...
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DONNELLY STATEMENT ON VETERANS DAY

November 11, 2011
DONNELLY STATEMENT ON VETERANS DAY

11/11/11 Today, Congressman Joe Donnelly released the following statement to commemorate Veterans Day: “I commend the veterans from Indiana and across the United States on this Veterans Day. We owe them a debt of gratitude for their service to our country.  They put their lives on the line to defend our freedom, and there...
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4 Businesses Burglarized Tuesday Night

November 10, 2011
4 Businesses Burglarized Tuesday Night

11/11/11 Plymouth Police are investigating several break-ins that occurred between 9 p.m. on Tuesday, November 8 and early Wednesday, November 9th. At 1:14 a.m. Wednesday, November 9th Plymouth Officer Paul Stamper found that the front door at Symphony’s Restaurant had been shattered.  The restaurant is located at 1410 North Michigan Street. The unknown suspects...
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Plymouth Man Sentenced for Child Pornography

November 10, 2011
Plymouth Man Sentenced for Child Pornography

11/11/11 On Monday a Plymouth man was sentenced to more than 12 years in prison after pleading guilty to distributing child pornography. U.S. District Judge Robert Miller Jr.  also ordered Jack E. Smith Jr. to remain on supervised release for the rest of his life after he finishes serving his 151-month sentence. Smith also...
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Police Looking Out for Impaired, Unbelted Motorists

November 10, 2011
Police Looking Out for Impaired, Unbelted Motorists

11/11/11 Marshall County Police announced that they will increase their efforts to detect motorists who drive impaired or fail to wear a seat belt. Officers will join nearly 250 other law enforcement agencies across the state to conduct the annual Safe Family Travel campaign.  Beginning November 11th, police will be conducting high-visibility enforcement efforts...
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