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Mobile Food Pantry in Plymouth on Friday

November 15, 2012
Mobile Food Pantry in Plymouth on Friday

  11/16/12 Since March, the Northern Indiana Food Bank has hit the road one day each week delivering nutritious food directly to those in need in pre-selected communities in Elkhart, Kosciusko, LaPorte, Marshall, Starke and St. Joseph Counties. Fresh perishable items including dairy, grains, produce and protein along with dry goods are offered free...
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Correction 11/19/12 2-Vehicle Crash Sends Culver Men to SJRMC

November 15, 2012
Correction 11/19/12 2-Vehicle Crash Sends Culver Men to SJRMC

  11/16/12  A two-vehicle crash Monday night about 5:45 resulted in two Culver men being taken to the hospital. County Police Officer Joe Giordano investigated the crash on State Road 17 just south of Sycamore Road.  His report states that 42 year old Michael Woods of Culver was traveling south on St. Rd. 17...
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Levett October Rock of Gold Winner

November 15, 2012
Levett October Rock of Gold Winner

  11/16/12 The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce is please to announce the October Rock of Gold winner.  Jeanne Levett of Plymouth registered at Treats Squire Shop and was randomly drawn as the winner of $200 in Chamber Bucks. Ann Corbett, Chair of the Chamber’s Ambassador Committee presented Jeanne Levett with her money. The Rock...
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Thanksgiving Remains Most Dangerous Day for Cooking Fires

November 15, 2012
Thanksgiving Remains Most Dangerous Day for Cooking Fires

  11/16/12 More cooking fires occur on Thanksgiving than any other day of the year. In fact, grease and cooking-related claims more than double on Thanksgiving Day compared to an average day in November. With the popularity of turkey frying, people are at risk for fryer related fires and injuries. U.S. fire departments are...
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Culver athletes sign National Letters of Intent

November 15, 2012
Culver athletes sign National Letters of Intent

11/15/12 Fifteen Culver seniors and first-classmen signed National Letters of Intent on November 14, the first day students could officially committing to NCAA Division I colleges. The total includes seven men’s lacrosse players; two each in women’s rowing and women’s lacrosse; and one each in baseball, women’s basketball, women’s hockey, and wrestling. Baseball:  Kyle...
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Triton School Board Seeking Etna Township Representative

November 15, 2012
Triton School Board Seeking Etna Township Representative

 11/16/12 The Triton School Board has a vacancy after the resignation of member Debbie Shively at the November meeting. A new member can be appointed by the Board if there is a majority affirmative vote. Shively represented school patrons in the Etna Township district. Shelly Brown, Marshall County Voter Registration, said anyone being considered...
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Miller’s Residents Enjoy Turkey Dinner

November 15, 2012
Miller’s Residents Enjoy Turkey Dinner

  11/16/12 Residents of Miller’s Senior Living Community attended the annual Argos First United Methodist Church Turkey Supper Saturday evening, November 3.  This is an outing that residents look forward to every year.  Members of the church prepare a traditional Thanksgiving meal including turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, squash and homemade desserts. ...
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Student Presents at Trition School Board

November 15, 2012
Student Presents at Trition School Board

  11/16/12 Abigail Powell and Mary Yeo, from Mrs. McFarland’s sixth grade class at Triton Elementary School, shared their winning essays about their experiences at the sixth grade service learning project during the school board meeting on Monday night, November 12th.
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Plymouth Approves Variance of Use for Third Tattoo Parlor

November 14, 2012
Plymouth Approves Variance of Use for Third Tattoo Parlor

11/15/12 Because of the lack of a quorum last week, the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals met Tuesday night to consider two variance requests. Bill Smith was granted a development of standard to allow for a pole-barn at 416 South Michigan Street.  The city standard is a 10 foot side yard setback or 10%...
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Mishawaka Man Arrested, in Possession of 43.5 grams of Cocaine

November 14, 2012
Mishawaka Man Arrested, in Possession of 43.5 grams of Cocaine

  11/15/12 This past Saturday night about 9 a female transient at the Pilot truck Stop contacted an off-duty officer with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Reserve and reported that her boyfriend had battered her.  County officers were dispatched and a battery report was taken. The female was intoxicated and taken into custody and lodged...
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