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Plymouth Rotary Club Donates to “Blessings in a Backpack”

September 5, 2013

09/06/13 Thursday morning several members of the Plymouth Rotary Club joined the founders and volunteers of “Blessings in a Backpack” to help pack this month’s food packages.  Ellen Stillson and Chris Garner started the program three years ago with just 25 children at Menominee Elementary School.  Blessings in a Backpack is now serving 200...
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Meth Material Located is Hotel Room at Super 8

September 5, 2013
Meth Material Located is Hotel Room at Super 8

  09/06/13  On Monday, September 2nd at approximately 1:25 p.m. the Plymouth Police Department responded to the Super 8 Hotel at 2160 North Oak Drive in Plymouth.  The hotel called in regards to meth items being located in one of their hotel rooms.  Arriving on scene officers observed meth related items left behind in...
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72 year old Arrested for Public Intox. & Warrant Service on Batey

September 5, 2013
72 year old Arrested for Public Intox. & Warrant Service on Batey

  09/06/13  On Tuesday, September 3rd at 7:13 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman responded to 905 Berkley Street following a call from a concerned citizen.  Arriving on the scene Officer Workman located and arrested 72 year old Shephen R. Bennett of Plymouth.  Bennett was transported to the Marshall County Jail and held on...
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City Plan Commission Rules Against 5-Wheel in Carriage Hills

September 5, 2013
City Plan Commission Rules Against 5-Wheel in Carriage Hills

  09/06/13 An ongoing situation in Carriage Hills subdivision in Plymouth was finally put to rest by the Plymouth Plan Commission Tuesday night. Neighbors of Steve DeLee in the subdivision have objected to the 5-wheel owned by his in-laws that is parked for long periods of time at his home for the past two...
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Squash Featured at Saturday’s Farmers’ Market

September 5, 2013
Squash Featured at Saturday’s Farmers’ Market

  09/06/13 This Saturday’s Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM) will feature the return of Ivory West. Bob Yoder will be demonstrating that ‘Squash is Not Just for Eating’. The PFM is held Saturdays from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. in River Park Square at Garro and River Streets, east of Michigan. The last day for the...
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NOW to Host 1st Annual Health Fair

September 5, 2013
NOW to Host 1st Annual Health Fair

  09/06/13 New Opportunities for Women, NOW, is hosting a women’s health fair on September 9th from 6:30 – 9:00 p.m. at New Song Community Church located at 410 North Kingston Road in Plymouth. This newly organized group is perfect for women looking for a supportive and uplifting environment. Women who want to try...
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Local Personal Development Center vows to create Powerful Leaders in Plymouth this month!!

September 5, 2013
Local Personal Development Center vows to create Powerful Leaders in Plymouth this month!!

09/06/13 September 2013 is Leadership Month as part of Plymouth Family Taekwondo’s Internationally Acclaimed Powerful Words Character Development program! All students will be studying, developing and experiencing powerful life lessons focusing on the ability to inspire people to take action on a common goal.   In addition to all of the physical skills that they’ll...
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TCU Donates to Triton Jr-Sr High

September 5, 2013
TCU Donates to Triton Jr-Sr High

  09/05/13 Teachers Credit Union recently presented a check to Triton Jr.-Sr. High School for $1,000 to support the school-wide reading incentive program. Pictured are: Mary Ann Broeker-Triton librarian, Beth Styers- Teachers Credit Union, and Michael Chobanov-Triton High School Principal. Triton School Corporation appreciates the support of our generous community.
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WALORSKI INTRODUCES BENEFITS BILL FOR VICTIMS OF MILITARY SEXUAL TRAUMA

September 5, 2013
WALORSKI INTRODUCES BENEFITS BILL FOR VICTIMS OF MILITARY SEXUAL TRAUMA

  09/06/13 Congresswomen Jackie Walorski (IN-02) and Annie Kuster (NH-02) recently introduced legislation that makes victims of military sexual trauma (MST) eligible for Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) beneficiary travel benefits.  This bill, H.R. 2974, ensures travel expenses are covered for veterans seeking treatment from MST at appropriate VA facilities.    “It is unfathomable...
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Local GED Director Optimistic of New Test

September 4, 2013
Local GED Director Optimistic of New Test

  09/05/13 Marshall County’s Director of the GED program, Deb Sherwood, is optimistic about the effect that a proposed new test will have on those enrolled in the programs. As of 2014, the GED (General Education Redevelopment) test will be renamed to Test Assessing Secondary Completion. The announcement of the change was made by...
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