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Free Heart Health Screenings at Plymouth Medical Center

February 9, 2016
Free Heart Health Screenings at Plymouth Medical Center

Saint Joseph Health System Outreach Services is offering free heart health screenings at the Plymouth Medical Center Emergency Department during American Heart Month. From 7-10 a.m. on February 11 and February 25, members of the community can come to the Plymouth Emergency Department and receive a variety of important life-saving screenings. “We know the seriousness heart disease...
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Join Ancilla for Free Tour and Lunch

February 9, 2016
Join Ancilla for Free Tour and Lunch

Ancilla College will host their annual Access Ancilla Day on March 3rd beginning at noon.  Come and see for yourself why so many students choose Ancilla as their foundation for success.   Access Ancilla Day starts with free lunch at noon March 3 and the opportunity to talk with the counselors, faculty and current...
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Governor Pence Announces Intention to Nominate Eric Holcomb as Lieutenant Governor

February 9, 2016
Governor Pence Announces Intention to Nominate Eric Holcomb as Lieutenant Governor

Indianapolis – Governor Mike Pence Tuesday announced his intention to nominate Eric Holcomb as the next lieutenant governor of Indiana, following current Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann’s announcement that she will resign to pursue the position of president at Ivy Tech Community College. “I’m pleased to announce my intention to name Eric Holcomb as my...
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Semi Driver Arrested on Traffic Stop

February 9, 2016
Semi Driver Arrested on Traffic Stop

A traffic stop early Tuesday morning on a possible impaired or sleepy driver ended with the driver being arrested on multiple charges. A caller told the Marshall County Dispatch Center that the semi was all over the roadway at approximately 3:34 a.m.    A Marshall County Police Officer located the semi west bound on U.S....
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No Good Deed Goes Unpunished – ISP Nixle Article

February 9, 2016
No Good Deed Goes Unpunished – ISP Nixle Article

During the course of a year Indiana State Troopers assist nearly 200,000 motorists along Indiana roadways while driving more than 37 million miles.  The Indiana State Police categorizes this encounter with the public as a police service. These police services cover a wide range of different circumstances but typically involve the trooper assisting a...
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Danielsons Fund Positively Plymouth Promotional Video

February 8, 2016
Danielsons Fund Positively Plymouth Promotional Video

During Monday’s Common Council meeting, Mayor Mark Senter asked Randy Danielson to share a promotional piece called Positively Plymouth he and his wife Eleanor had created to help promote Plymouth. Danielson said they contracted with Chad Montgomery and Mitch Lawrence last summer to create a 3 minute video that features the many positive aspects...
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County Council Approves 2016 Commissary Budget

February 8, 2016
County Council Approves 2016 Commissary Budget

During Monday’s Marshall County Council meeting, members approved the proposed budget set forth by Sheriff Matt Hassel for the Commissary Fund. The Sheriff said the rules for use of the commissary fund require any purchases over $1,000 or anything purchased for the good of the department to have council approval.  To make the process...
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Marshall County Republican have May Primary, No Races for Democrats

February 8, 2016
Marshall County Republican have May Primary, No Races for Democrats

Marshall County Republicans will have a number of choices on the May 3rd Primary ballot. Friday morning Jason Hall of Olive Trail in Plymouth filed for the District 2 Commissioner Seat.  This is the seat currently held by Deb Griewank.  She has decided not to seek a second term and early on Mike Delp...
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Plymouth Mayor Teaches JA at Webster School

February 8, 2016
Plymouth Mayor Teaches JA at Webster School

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter loves teaching children so much he’s dedicated the next five weeks to teach at Webster Elementary! Last Thursday Senter spent close to an hour on in Tana Houin’s 3rd grade classroom teaching her students about the City of Plymouth through the Junior Achievement “Our City” curriculum.
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Mills Win $1,000 from H & R Block

February 8, 2016
Mills Win $1,000 from H & R Block

Jeff and Lori Mills from Plymouth are the most recent winners from H & R Block’s sweepstakes. Last week Plymouth H & R Block associate Linda Wakeland presented the Mills with a check for $1,000 from the 1,000 people win $1,000 every day sweepstakes. H&R Block is giving away a total of $32 million...
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