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June Activity Report for Sheriff’s Department

July 26, 2012
June Activity Report for Sheriff’s Department

  07/27/12  Marshall County Sheriff Thomas Chamberlin released the June 2012 top ten offenses for bookings into the County Jail.   The number one reason people were jailed last month was for Operating While Intoxicated. Next on the list was Failure to Appear followed by Theft and then Operator Never Licensed.  The number five reason...
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Culver Elementary Announces Back to School Activities

July 26, 2012
Culver Elementary Announces Back to School Activities

  07/27/12 Culver Elementary School announces back to school activities for the 2012-2013 school year. Culver Elementary School grades (K-6) registration will be held on Wednesday, August 1stand Thursday August 2nd from 8:00am-11:30am and 1:00pm-6:00pm. Parents and guardians of kindergarten students and all other students who are new to the school must provide a...
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Sweet Corn Eating Contest and Tasting at Farmers’ Market

July 26, 2012
Sweet Corn Eating Contest and Tasting at Farmers’ Market

  07/27/12 This Saturday, shoppers can try to ‘Stump the Gardener’; if you can’t stump Bob Yoder, you can get your questions answered. A corn-eating contest and tasting is planned. Even with a drought, Tom says he’ll find corn. The Plymouth Farmers’ Market is held Saturdays from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the newly-named...
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Shakespeare on the Lawn for Friday’s Music in the Park Series

July 26, 2012
Shakespeare on the Lawn for Friday’s Music in the Park Series

  07/27/12 This Friday, Encore’s Music in the Park features magic and laughter on the loose in the woods outside of Athens in Shakespeare’s most popular comedy! Puck leads two pairs of young lovers on a wild and merry chase in search of true romance. And it all takes place on the lawn at...
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Baker Street Paving Delayed due to Rain

July 26, 2012
Baker Street Paving Delayed due to Rain

  07/27/12 Bill Masura, from Phend & Brown is the Project Manager for the Baker Street reconstruction project.  Due to the rain we have received this week the paving planned for Friday has been postponed.  Masura said the paving is now planned for early next week.
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Shed Broken Into at Bourbon Bible Church

July 26, 2012
Shed Broken Into at Bourbon Bible Church

  07/27/12  Marshall County officers responded to the Bourbon Bible Church located at 2002 12th Road on Friday, July 20th at 9:13am after receiving a call in reference to an unknown person who broke and entered a storage shed.  The suspects that broke into the Bourbon Bible Church stole a 5 gallon gas can...
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Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center and Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital Join Together to Set the Foundation for Excellence in Pediatric Healthcare Services

July 26, 2012
Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center and Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital Join Together to Set the Foundation for Excellence in Pediatric Healthcare Services

   07/27/12 Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) and Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincent announced today that they have established a formal affiliation to bring world-class pediatric healthcare services to Northern Indiana and Southwest Michigan. Beginning September 1, 2012, select pediatric specialists from Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincent will provide...
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Coca-Cola Family Fun Day in the Park

July 26, 2012
Coca-Cola Family Fun Day in the Park

  07/19/12 Scott Michel, Recreation Director for the Plymouth Park Department is making final preparation for the annual Coca Cola Family Fun Day. The entire community is invited to come join the Plymouth Park Department for Coca Cola Family Day this Saturday, July 28 from 10 am until 2 pm at the Young Amphitheater. ...
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“Bow Wow Friends” Near Goal, will Fundraise at Farmers’ Market Saturday

July 26, 2012
“Bow Wow Friends” Near Goal, will Fundraise at Farmers’ Market Saturday

  07/27/12 The Plymouth Dog Park committee will have a booth at the Plymouth Farmer’s Market on Saturday, July 28. To help raise the funds to build a dog park in Centennial Park, the group plans to sell handmade greeting cards, handmade jewelry, donated books, hand-painted gourds, dog toys, and dog treats. Donations will...
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Miller’s Senior Living Residents Learn About Shingles

July 26, 2012
Miller’s Senior Living Residents Learn About Shingles

  07/27/12 Purdue pharmacy students Holly Krohn, Rebecca Widau and Claire McClain recently held a Power Point presentation  Shingles:  Symptoms, Causes, Treatment and Vaccine at Miller’s Senior Living Community.  Working through Purdue’s Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience these intelligent, personable, articulate young ladies spoke with residents about the importance of receiving the shingles vaccine. Shingles...
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