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Culver Main Street Streetscape Project Underway

October 1, 2012
Culver Main Street Streetscape Project Underway

  10/02/12 On Monday October 1st Reith Reilly Construction Company began construction on Main Street in downtown Culver.  The project will consist of removal and installation of sidewalks, lighting, signage and landscaping.  The project is expected to last until approximately December 23, 2012.  Please be attentive while traveling in the area as construction equipment...
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Special Entertainment at Genealogical Society Annual Dinner

October 1, 2012
Special Entertainment at Genealogical Society Annual Dinner

10/02/12 If you missed the History Walk at Oakhill Cemetery but like this type of event, you might be interested in this abbreviated version. Mike and Shirley Bergman, as well as Mandy Metsker and Ren VanGilder if available, will reprise the roles they played at the Tri  Kappa history walk in Oakhill Cemetery.   They...
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Jan’s Jump for Operation Quiet Comfort a Huge Success

October 1, 2012
Jan’s Jump for Operation Quiet Comfort a Huge Success

   10/02/12 Over 60 people gathered at Plymouth Sky Sports at Plymouth Municipal Airport on Sunday September 30th to watch Jan’s Jump!  For Operation Quiet Comfort Jan Houin agreed to be pushed out of a perfectly good airplane at 12,000 feet!  Houin’s confidence came from knowing it was a tandem jump with experienced skydiver,...
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City Police Make Arrests

October 1, 2012
City Police Make Arrests

  10/02/12 On Wednesday, September 26th at 10:00 PM Plymouth Police Officer Jesse Pippenger located22 year old Christopher J. Freese of Magnetic Parkway in Plymouth at Pregis Packaging and served a warrant on him. He was taken into custody on an active warrant through Marshall County for failure to appear. Mr. Freese was transported...
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Encroaching Signs Prohibited from State Right-Of-Way

October 1, 2012
Encroaching Signs Prohibited from State Right-Of-Way

  10/02/12 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 empowered by state law to remove unauthorized signs, including real estate, advertising and political signage within the state right-of-way. The right-of-way areas that must remain...
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Prairie Maze Open at Potato Creek State Park

October 1, 2012
Prairie Maze Open at Potato Creek State Park

  10/02/12 Get lost in the beauty of a tallgrass prairie at Potato Creek State Park’s prairie maze, which is now open. Visitors can wander through 1.25 miles of trails cut in the 7-foot-tall restored prairie grasses. The popular maze has been reworked again this year with a new feature. Several stations throughout the...
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Hometown author, Marie Albertson, Book Signing at Plymouth Public Library on Sunday, Oc

October 1, 2012
Hometown author, Marie Albertson, Book Signing at Plymouth Public Library on Sunday, Oc

 10/02/12 After graduating from Ancilla College in 1983 and earning an undergraduate degree from IU South Bend, Marie continued her studies at IU and earned a Master’s of Library Science degree at age 60.  Many patrons of the library may remember Marie when she worked there before moving to the state library in the mid...
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Pride of Plymouth Marching Band Advances to Regional

October 1, 2012
Pride of Plymouth Marching Band Advances to Regional

  10/02/12 After months of hard work and practice, football games, and marching band invitational contests, the   “Pride of Plymouth” marching band competed this past Saturday at the first round of the annual Indiana State School Music Association’s tournament. After an outstanding performance, the Pride of Plymouth was presented with the Gold Award rating...
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Rochester man shot, killed during youth deer season weekend

October 1, 2012
Rochester man shot, killed during youth deer season weekend

  10/02/12 Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating the death of a Rochester man that occurred during a hunting trip Sunday on private property in Fulton County. Conservation Officers were called to the location near Rochester after receiving a report of a man who suffered a gunshot wound. Kenneth Moore, 28, of Rochester, was shot...
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M.C. Coroner Investigates Suicide

September 30, 2012
M.C. Coroner Investigates Suicide

  10/01/12 The Marshall County Coroner’s office assisted the Marshall County Police Department Friday afternoon at a residence on 14th Road near Argos, where a 71 year old man died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.   James K. Sjoquist of 8146 14th Road took his own life shortly before 1:00 Friday afternoon in the basement...
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