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Bremen Post Releases April Enforcement Activity

June 13, 2010
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06/14/10 The Indiana State Police had the following enforcement activity for April 2010.  The Bremen State Police Post covers Marshall, Elkhart, Kosciusko, and St. Joseph Counties. Traffic tickets issued                         1,680 Warnings issued                                2,613 D.U.I. arrests                                         23 Criminal arrests                                    114 Speeding Trucks (over 10,000 lbs)         28 Bremen Post Commander, Lieutenant Brad Weaver, would like...
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Plymouth Optimist Club Hosts Pancake and Sausage Breakfast Saturday, June 19 at Farmer’s Market

June 13, 2010
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06/14/10 The Optimist Club of Plymouth will host a Pancake and Sausage Breakfast on Saturday, June 19, 2010 from 7:00 to 11:00 am at the Farmer’s Market in downtown Plymouth to raise funds for charitable giving in Marshall County.  Tickets are $5.00 per person and are available from any local Optimist Club member or...
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Alternative School Shows Successful Year

June 11, 2010
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6-11-10 The Marshall County Alternative High School located in Plymouth showed another year of success. Teacher Suzie Clevenger made her annual report on the progress of students at the Plymouth School Board meeting on June 10. Clevenger said of the 45 seniors enrolled in the program, 40 will be graduating and three more will...
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Lincoln Junior High to Get Laptop Computers For each Student

June 11, 2010
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6-11-10 The Plymouth School Board unanimously approved the purchase of laptop computers for student use at Lincoln Junior High for the upcoming school year. The Plymouth School system has had a goal for the last several years to incorporate one-to-one computing, project based learning, and virtual learning. The proposed integration of the student computers...
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2nd Friday Event includes Opening Night Reception at inSPIRATIVE Art Center

June 11, 2010
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06/11/10  inSPIRATIVE art center kicks off the summer season with an opening night reception featuring Michael Burman. His work includes a multi dimensional show of sculptures created from a variety of materials. Artist Burman shares, “I see the shapes as evocative, elegant and peaceful. Again, hoping the viewer will agree, I like to imagine...
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Strawberry Shortcake at the Farmers’ Market

June 11, 2010
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06/11/10 This Saturday at the Plymouth Farmers’ Market will host a strawberry shortcake give-a-way.  Visitors will be treated to fresh strawberries with all the fixings.  And if you’re looking for fresh produce or plants and flowers the Market should be your first stop. This week at the Farmer’s Market Kim Hoover of Hoots and...
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Open House Celebrating Dr. Rev. Ronald Liechty’s 50 years of Ordination

June 11, 2010
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06/11/10 The Reverend Dr. Ronald W. Liechty will be celebrating his 50th anniversary of ordination with an open house  this Sunday, June 13th from 2 -4 p.m. in the First United Church of Christ Fellowship Hall.  The public is invited to honor Rev. Liechty for his years of service and dedication, not only to God...
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Centennial Cinema this Sunday Evening

June 11, 2010

06/11/10 Gina Young, Recreation Director for the Plymouth Park Department is inviting folks to attend the Centennial Cinema this Sunday. Come to the Young Amphitheater this Sunday night at dusk and enjoy Centennial Cinema! The Plymouth Park Department will be showing Alvin and the Chipmunks, The Squeakqual.   Bring the whole family, your blanket, some...
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Mayor(s) For A Day

June 11, 2010
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06/11/10 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter turned over the reins of the city, so to speak, to twin sisters Karen Harvey and Sharon Grigsby. The two won the honorary titles after bidding at auctions for “Mayor for the Day” prizes. Harvey purchased hers at the “Dancing With the Stars” event and Grigsby won hers by...
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Bi-Centennial of Mexico’s Indepedence Theme of this year’s Latino Festival

June 11, 2010

06/11/10 Heart and Hands presents the ninth annual Latino Festival Saturday, June 19 at Centennial Park in Plymouth.  The festival is a celebration of the Latino culture in our area with music, events and entertainment for everyone and the best thing is admission is free. The theme of the 2010 festival is celebrating the...
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Plymouth Schools Infested With BUGS Winners

June 11, 2010
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06/11/10  The Plymouth School System was infested with BUGS recently thanks to the Plymouth Kiwanis group. Fourth graders at all four Plymouth elementary schools and St. Michael’s took part in the Kiwanis BUGS program. BUGS stands for Bringing Up Grades and local students enjoyed the fruits for their labors recently with BUGS parties at...
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PLYMOUTH KIWANIS AWARD $5,000 IN LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS

June 11, 2010
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06/11/10 The Plymouth Chapter of Kiwanis has awarded to five $1,000 scholarships to Plymouth High School and Argos seniors. Evelin Vargas plans on attending Ancilla College this fall and received the $1,000 Kiwanis Ancilla Memorial Scholarship. She plans to pursue a degree in teaching. The scholarship was established by Clarence Spuller who had perfect...
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Aviation Board Sends Lengthy Response to FAA on Engle Allegations

June 11, 2010

06/11/10 During a meeting on June 8, the Plymouth Board of Aviation ratified a response drafted by Plymouth City Attorney Nelson Chipman to the Federal Aviation Administration. The board had received a letter from Gregory Sweeny of the FAA on March 25, 2010 concerning allegations against the Plymouth Board of Aviation raised by Stephen...
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Earth Moving on Pioneer Moves North of RR

June 10, 2010
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06/10/10   Ron Wireman, Construction Engineer from DLZ for the Pioneer Drive Extension and Improvement Project updated the county commissioner on the progress of the work.  The dirt moving work continues on the new Pioneer Drive project and while the work is still officially “on schedule”, according to Wireman, utility work could soon cause...
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Credits will Help Pay County’s 20% Match on 13 Road Bridge

June 10, 2010

6/10/10  Marshall County Highway Superintendant Neal Haeck told the Marshall County Commissioners that a concurrence letter stating that the County concurs with the lowest bid on the 13th Road Bridge over the Yellow River has brought in additional funding.  With the assistance of MACOG (Michiana Area Councils of Governments) and the concurrence letter the...
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City Council Approves $700,000 to Redevelopment Commission

June 10, 2010

06/10/10 The Plymouth City Council held a special meeting this week to consider a substantial loan to the Redevelopment Commission. City Attorney Nelson Chipman presented the resolution authorizing a loan in the amount of $700,000 in support of the US 30 and Pioneer Drive/Pine Road TIF (tax incremental finance) District.  The resolution establishes the...
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Zentis Employees Share the Fruits of Their Labor

June 10, 2010
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06/10/10 Employees at Zentis Food Solutions, NA LLC were treated to lunch and prizes for participating in this year’s 2010 United Way of Marshall County Campaign.  As an incentive, donors could select three jars of jelly for each $10 gift. Employees who gave $50.00 or more to the United Way campaign received a gift...
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Ancilla College Hosts New Student Orientation

June 10, 2010

06/10/10 Over 75 people were in attendance as Ancilla College hosted New Student Orientation on Tuesday, June 8. Students and parents from throughout the local community were able to learn about student activities and athletics, register for classes, and receive new student identification cards and parking passes.  All in attendance were also treated to...
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United Way Announces 9th Annual RIDE FOR UNITED WAY benefitting Heminger House

June 10, 2010
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06/10/10 The ninth annual “Ride for United Way” is scheduled for Saturday, June 26, 2010.  Motorcycle ride registration begins at 9:00 am at Christos’ Banquet Center located at 830 Lincolnway East, Plymouth.  A brief riders meeting will be held at 9:45 am.  Riders will leave Christos’ beginning at 10:00 am and travel throughout Marshall...
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Plymouth Board of Aviation May Seek Help With Repairs

June 10, 2010

06/10/10 The Plymouth Aviation Board members were prepared discuss how and when to coat the airport runway with a sealant, but advice from their consultant, Chris Snyder of Woolpert, Inc., has them seeking information on more extensive project. Snyder said after his visual inspection of the runway, they should consider a shift from a...
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