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Plymouth Kiwanis Honors Members

September 22, 2010
Plymouth Kiwanis Honors Members

The Plymouth Kiwanis group held their officers installation dinner this week at Pretty Lake Trinity United Methodist Church and welcomed their new president as well as honoring distinguished members. Dale Cramer, Vice President of Commercial Lending of Lake City Bank in Plymouth was elected president for the new fiscal year. Cramer replaces Dot Taiclet...
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Ancilla College and Red Cross Team Up for Blood Drive

September 22, 2010
Ancilla College and Red Cross Team Up for Blood Drive

09/23/10 Ancilla College and American Red Cross Blood Services teamed up on Tuesday to host a blood drive at the Donaldson-based campus. According to Dianna Cooper, Athletic Secretary at Ancilla College and organizer of the event, 33 good units of blood were collected, eclipsing the goal of 30. “Once again, the Ancilla community has...
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Culver Parent Files Police Report Following School Incident

September 22, 2010
Culver Parent Files Police Report Following School Incident

09/23/10 A parent of a Culver High School Student filed a police report on September 13 after her son was allegedly injured by another student at the school. In a telephone interview, Anita Lewis said that her sixteen-year-old son received a head injury after another student repeatedly “banged” his head into a brick wall....
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Sponsors Sought for PHS Harvest of Bands

September 22, 2010
Sponsors Sought for PHS Harvest of Bands

  09/23/10 The 12th annual Harvest Festival of Bands will be held at Plymouth High School on Saturday October 9th.  The Pride of Plymouth High School Marching band and P.H.S. Music Boosters will host up to 17 bands from areas within a 60 mile radius. The event begins at 4:00 PM with the host...
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Tri Kappa History Walk Scheduled for September 26th

September 22, 2010
Tri Kappa History Walk Scheduled for September 26th

09/23/10 The ladies of Tri-Kappa invite you to take a walk back in time and enjoy some history of Plymouth, Indiana with the semi annual History Walk in Oak Hill Cemetery. Early residents of the area will be represented by actors and family members who will tell the story of what life was like in earlier...
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Title 1 Parent Night at Plymouth Schools

September 22, 2010
Title 1 Parent Night at Plymouth Schools

09/23/10 The Title I Parent Night at Jefferson Elementary was attended by many parents and students.  The evening started with a meal provided by the cafeteria staff.  The school’s reading program was then explained by Kelly Arce, Title I teacher at Jefferson.   Mr. Remenih, Jefferson’s principal, showed a PowerPoint explaining the new report card...
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RABIES STILL A THREAT SAYS STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS

September 22, 2010
RABIES STILL A THREAT SAYS STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS

09/23/10 World Rabies Day is September 28, and state health officials are taking advantage of the opportunity to remind the public rabies is still a disease of concern.  Rabies is a virus that attacks the brain and nervous system of humans and other mammals.  It is transmitted through a bite, or very rarely, saliva...
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Indiana Secretary of State re-launches “Who’s On Your Ballot?” online tool for November election

September 22, 2010
Indiana Secretary of State re-launches “Who’s On Your Ballot?” online tool for November election

09/23/10 Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita announced today that “Who’s On Your Ballot” is updated with information for the November 2 General Election.  “Who’s On Your Ballot?” is an online tool, found at www.IndianaVoters.com, allowing voters the opportunity to view a complete list of candidates appearing on their General Election ballots.   “This unique...
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Dembowski: My Record is Clear on Taxes

September 22, 2010
Dembowski: My Record is Clear on Taxes

09/23/10 Wednesday, Nancy Dembowski, State Representative in House District 17, responded to recent statements by challenger Francis Ellert. “Unfortunately, Mr. Ellert avoided joining me in my pledge for no tax increases on Hoosier families,” Dembowski said.  “Instead of taking a stand against ALL tax increases on hard working Hoosiers, Francis Ellert chose to play...
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August 2010 Indiana Employment Report

September 21, 2010
August 2010 Indiana Employment Report

09/22/10 Indiana added 3,000 private sector jobs in August. Total private sector employment has grown by 54,700 jobs (2.4 percent) in 2010. U.S. private sector job growth this year stands at 763,000 (0.7 percent). Indiana’s preliminary seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate remained flat at 10.2 percent. The U.S. unemployment rate increased (0.1 percent) to 9.6 percent....
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Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita adds mobile online voter registration tool

September 21, 2010
Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita adds mobile online voter registration tool

Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita announced today the launch of a new mobile tool for online voter registration. The online registration mobile tool, accessed when www.in.gov/sos is viewed through an internet-enabled cell phone, increases convenience for today’s voter while giving individuals another opportunity to meet the Oct. 4 voter registration deadline. “Advancing our...
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Community Foundation Announces Results of Generations Initiative for Not-For-Profits Matching Program

September 21, 2010
Community Foundation Announces Results of Generations Initiative for Not-For-Profits Matching Program

09/22/10 The Board of Directors of the Marshall County Community Foundation is pleased to announce the results of the recently completed Generations Initiative for Not-for-Profits Matching Program.  Thirteen permanent endowment funds benefitting not-for profit agencies received $53,760.04 in matching funds from the initiative.  In addition, those same funds collectively received private donations of $207,520.08,...
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2010 PHS Yearbooks Due

September 21, 2010
2010 PHS Yearbooks Due

09/22/10 The 2010 edition of the Plymouth High School Mayflower yearbook has arrived.  Members of the Class of 2010 can pick up their yearbooks in the main office from 7:30 – 4:00 Monday through Friday.  Extra yearbooks are available at the price of $60.  Contact Amy Schmeltz with questions at 936-2178 or e-mail aschmeltz@plymouth.k12.in.us. ...
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Marijuana Located During Traffic Stop

September 21, 2010
Marijuana Located During Traffic Stop

09/22/10 A traffic stop results in the arrest of 3 Plymouth residents. On Monday, September 20th at 8:19 p.m.  Officer John Weir with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop at Oak Road and Markley Drive on a Jeep Cherokee.  The reason for the stop was the driver suspected of not having a...
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Argos Town Council Pres. Urges Citizens to Complete Surveys

September 21, 2010
Argos Town Council Pres. Urges Citizens to Complete Surveys

Argos Council President, George Null, gave an update on the storm sewer grant.  Last May Jennifer Laurent from Marshall County Economic Development Corporation informed the Council that an income survey was going to happen.  This was a requirement for a Community Focus Fund infrastructure grant from the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs...
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Political Signs Removed From State And Federal Rights-Of-Way

September 21, 2010
Political Signs Removed From State And Federal Rights-Of-Way

– The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) reminds all Hoosiers that campaign signs are prohibited from federal and state highway rights-of-way by Indiana Code 9-21-4-6. INDOT personnel are required by state law to remove all unauthorized signs within the state right-of-way. The right-of-way areas which must remain “sign free” for the safety of the...
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Firefighters from Argos and Plymouth on Scene of Grain Bin Fire for Hours

September 21, 2010
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Monday morning just after 7:30 the Argos Fire Department was called to 12630 State Road 10 for a grain bin fire, the Bill Voreis farm. When the call came into the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department it was noted that there were several L.P. tanks and fuel tanks near the grain bins.  The farm has...
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Prairie Maze Opens September 18 at Potato Creek

September 21, 2010
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Fall is in the air and it’s a great time to get out and enjoy the beauties of the season.  A great way to enjoy fall opened Saturday, September 18 at Potato Creek State Park, a Prairie Maze.  Wander through the 1.25 miles of trails cut in the 7 foot tall restored prairie grasses...
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City Police Make Arrests

September 21, 2010
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Plymouth Police responded to the 1400 block of West Madison Street Friday morning just before 1:00 a.m. for a peeping Tom.  A resident in the apartment called when they saw a man peeking into a window in the home.  As city officers arrived on the scene the suspect fled on foot.  A short chase...
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Weekend Reports from County Police Department

September 21, 2010
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On Saturday, September 18th at 10:06 a.m. Patrolman Matt Brown with the Marshall County Sheriffs Department responded to 492 Lilac Road in Lakeville after being advised that sometime during the overnight hours of Friday, September 17th to the morning hours of Saturday, September 18th unknown persons went through the victim’s vehicle.  The unnamed victim told...
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