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It’s a “Holly Jolly Christmas Celebration” Friday Night

November 25, 2015
It’s a “Holly Jolly Christmas Celebration” Friday Night

The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce proudly presents a “Holly Jolly Christmas Celebration” this Friday evening beginning at 4 p.m. in downtown Plymouth. Starting at 4 the Journey Church at the corner of Water and Garro Streets will have a free showing of Polar Express and have free ornament decorating and the trains at the...
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Board of Works Updated on Quiet Zone for Railroad Crossing

November 24, 2015
Board of Works Updated on Quiet Zone for Railroad Crossing

Plymouth City Attorney Sean Surrisi updated Board of Works members on the request of Mark Kozuch to consider a “quiet zone” for the train whistle at the Liberty Street crossing. Earlier this month Kozuch asked the city to investigate the possibility of creating a quiet zone for trains because he contends the whistles wake...
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Ribbon Cutting at MC Sports

November 24, 2015
Ribbon Cutting at MC Sports

Monday afternoon Mayor Mark Senter was on hand for the ribbon cutting ceremony at MC Sports. Although the new sporting goods store had its soft opening on Sunday, November 8th and Grand Opening on the 12th, the official ribbon cutting was this week. MC Sports store manager, Joe Walker uses the gold scissors to...
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IDHS Statement on U.S. State Department Worldwide Travel Alert

November 24, 2015
IDHS Statement on U.S. State Department Worldwide Travel Alert

John Erickson Director of Public Information for the Indiana Department of Homeland Security commented on the decision Monday of the U.S. State Department to issued a Worldwide Travel Alert for all Americans, in effect now through February 24, 2016. He said, “While we encourage Hoosiers, and all U.S. citizens, to be especially alert during this...
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Students at WDA Gather 690 Lbs. of Food

November 24, 2015
Students at WDA Gather 690 Lbs. of Food

The kindergarten and 2nd grade classes at Washington Discovery Academy recently collaborated on a food drive project.  All classes ended up participating in the project and they were able to collected 731 items. The items were donated to Bread of Life Food pantry.  The food pantry reported to us that the items amounted to...
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October Indiana Employment Report

November 24, 2015
October Indiana Employment Report

Indiana’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate now stands at 4.4 percent, the lowest rate experienced in the Hoosier State since August of 2001. Indiana’s labor force made further gains in October and continues to be a Midwest leader, adding 90,000 individuals since January 2013. Additionally, Indiana’s labor force participation rate has remained above the national...
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Eric Day to Bring his Message to Ancilla

November 24, 2015
Eric Day to Bring his Message to Ancilla

Ancilla College is proud to host a lecture by Plymouth native, Eric Day at 3 p.m. (EST) on Monday, November 30th in Cana Hall. Day will be discussing his “Stay Positive” Wristband program and the life benefits of behaving with a positive attitude. Day, a two-time brain cancer survivor, found a friend in Allison, a...
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Gene Morris, CASA Volunteer for November

November 24, 2015
Gene Morris, CASA Volunteer for November

Haley Kittrell Executive Director of CASA of Marshall County is honoring Eugene (Gene) Morris at the November Volunteers of the Month. Gene Morris has been a CASA Volunteer since April of 2009 and in that time, he has advocated for two children. Kittrell said, “When I say advocate, that does not even begin to...
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Safely Prepare Your Thanksgiving Day Turkey

November 24, 2015
Safely Prepare Your Thanksgiving Day Turkey

With the Thanksgiving holiday just a few days away, it’s a good time to remind everyone of good food preparation safety practices. Did you know that, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, food poisoning outbreaks occur most often in November and December?   And, that meat and poultry account for 92% of...
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Volunteers Honored with Luncheon

November 24, 2015
Volunteers Honored with Luncheon

The Marshall County Council on Aging held their annual volunteer luncheon, donated by Christo’s Banquet Center on Wednesday, November 18th.  Nearly 90 volunteers were presented certificates. Guests were entertained by Mike Lintner and several won door prizes provided by Janet King.
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