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Kids Hope USA Mentoring Program Approved for Webster Elementary

June 9, 2013
Kids Hope USA Mentoring Program Approved for Webster Elementary

  06/10/13 Plans to establish a mentoring program entitled KIDS HOPE USA for at-risk students at Webster Elementary in Plymouth passed the first hurdle in the planning stage by getting unanimous approval from the Plymouth School Board on June 4th. Presenting the proposed program to the Board were Webster Principal Carrie McGuire and Trinity...
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Culver Residents asked to Participate in Comprehensive Plan Vision Workshop

June 9, 2013
Culver Residents asked to Participate in Comprehensive Plan Vision Workshop

    07/10/13 Dave Schoeff, Culver Town Manager is inviting the community to join in on the Vision Workshop where residents, business owners, elected and appointed officials, members of the consultant team and other stakeholders will work together to create a vision for the Town of Culver. Attendees will participate in an interactive workshop...
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15 Young Women from County Seek 2013 Miss Blueberry Title

June 9, 2013
15 Young Women from County Seek 2013 Miss Blueberry Title

    06/10/13 The Marshall County Blueberry Pageant Committee is pleased to announce this year’s theme for the 2013 Miss Blueberry Scholarship Pageant, which will be held on June29th at Argos High School, is “A Celebration of Laughter”.  There are 15 young women between the ages of 17 and 21 (21st birthday must fall...
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KIWANIS PEANUT DAYS A BIG SUCCESS

June 8, 2013
KIWANIS PEANUT DAYS A BIG SUCCESS

  06/10/13 The Plymouth Chapter of Kiwanis were able to raise over $4,800 in donations this past weekend during their annual Peanut Days fundraiser.         41 members of the local civic organization were out in force at the intersection of Jefferson and Michigan last weekend asking for donations from drivers in exchange for a...
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Yeazel Arrested on Multiple Charges

June 7, 2013
Yeazel Arrested on Multiple Charges

  06/10/13 On Sunday, June 2nd at 10:09 p.m. the Plymouth Police Department received a report from a resident in the 500 block of Pennsylvania Avenue that damage had been done to the caller’s vehicle. Plymouth Police Officers responded and the victim advised that the suspect had been seen cutting the tires on the...
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Benefit Buffet for Courtney Demont at Pizza Hut

June 7, 2013
Benefit Buffet for Courtney Demont at Pizza Hut

  06/10/13  A Benefit Buffet Fundraiser for Courtney Demont will be held at the Plymouth Pizza Hut next Monday, June 17th from 5 PM to 8PM.  The buffet price for this night’s event will be $7.69 and for every buffet sold $1.00 will be donated to Courtney Demont. ,Chelsea Eckert an employee of Pizza...
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One-day Shutdown of License Sales Planned for June 15

June 7, 2013
One-day Shutdown of License Sales Planned for June 15

    06/10/13 The computer system that the state uses to sell Indiana hunting and fishing licenses will shut down from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, June 15, for maintenance. People will be unable to buy hunting or fishing licenses on this day. The shutdown affects all forms of license sales, including...
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Rock Collection on Display at CUTPL

June 7, 2013
Rock Collection on Display at CUTPL

  06/10/13 Currently on display at the Culver-Union Township Public Library is the rock and crystal collection of local Culver resident, Barbara Quivey. Barbara’s collection includes rocks and crystals from many different states, including Arizona, Utah, Nevada, Minnesota, and Kentucky. The collection also features an Indiana geode. Barbara’s collection will be on display throughout...
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Add a blood donation to your summer plans

June 7, 2013
Add a blood donation to your summer plans

    06/10/13 It’s that time of year to gear up for fun in the sun. School’s out, vacations are planned and longstanding routines are replaced with carefree, casual days. It’s also a time when the need for blood often outpaces donations.  High school and college students donate about 20 percent of the blood...
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Good TIme Carvers Club Displays New Project at Library

June 7, 2013
Good TIme Carvers Club Displays New Project at Library

  06/08/13 Bob Snare and Jack Montgomery stand in front of The Swashbuckler, the newest project from the Good Time Carving Club.  The club’s whimsical pirate ship is on display at the Plymouth Public Library for the month of June.  The club meets every Monday from 9 to 11:30am at the Life Enrichment Center...
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