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Traveling Feast to Highlight Indiana’s Lincoln Highway

July 8, 2013
Traveling Feast to Highlight Indiana’s Lincoln Highway

  07/09/13 Indiana Landmarks hosts the Lincoln Highway Adventure, an annual exploration of the Hoosier section of America’s first transcontinental highway on July 20. The 1928 route connected small towns and bigger cities throughout northern Indiana. After starting with a light breakfast in Besancon, participants spend the day driving in their own cars along...
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4th of July Activities at Miller’s Senior Living

July 8, 2013
4th of July Activities at Miller’s Senior Living

    07/09/13 Residents of Miller’s Senior Living Community enjoyed spending the July 4th afternoon on the lovely screened back porch participating in an activity titled Trifle and Trivia.  The facility dietary team created a delicious homemade red, white and blue trifle.  Activity Director Cindy Flagg and volunteer Juanita Stapan served the trifle to...
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1st Source and Silver Hawks Invite Community to Michiana’s Largest Birthday Party with $1.50 Tickets to Celebrate 1st Source 150th Anniversary

July 8, 2013
1st Source and Silver Hawks Invite Community to Michiana’s Largest Birthday Party with  $1.50 Tickets to Celebrate 1st Source 150th Anniversary

  07/09/13 1st Source Bank and the South Bend Silver Hawks are teaming up to throw Michiana’s largest birthday party in celebration of the bank’s 150th anniversary. All of Michiana is invited to come out and enjoy the festivities on Wednesday, July 24 at 7:05 p.m., as the Silver Hawks face off against the...
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Quentin Flagg Fan Appreciation Concert Successful Despite Rain

July 8, 2013
Quentin Flagg Fan Appreciation Concert Successful Despite Rain

  07/09/13 Quentin Flagg has traveled the continent performing in venues from night clubs to theaters, churches, festivals, cruise ships and more.  Yet, he never tires of performing in his own home town.  His fans are loyal.  They love him and he loves his fans.  He understands economic times are difficult and he knows...
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Ohio Man Fatally Injured in Swimming Mishap in Kosciusko County, Mechanical Failure on Boat Sends Female to Hospital

July 8, 2013
Ohio Man Fatally Injured in Swimming Mishap in Kosciusko County, Mechanical Failure on Boat Sends Female to Hospital

    07/09/13 Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating a tragic swimming accident involving Bradley Heyne, 26, of Coldwater Ohio. On Saturday, July 8th at 6:00pm, Heyne was swimming with friends on the Big Chapman Lake sandbar when he dove head first off of a boat striking his head on the shallow sandbar. Other boaters...
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City Officers Make Arrests

July 7, 2013
City Officers Make Arrests

  07/08/13 During a routine traffic stop on Sunday evening June 30th about 6:10 Plymouth Officer Jeremy Enyart discovered that the driver, 35 year old Juan Carlos Cantero-Lancon of Plymouth had never been issued a license to drive.  Cantero-Lancon was taken into custody and lodged in the Marshall County Jail on a $250 cash...
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County Council Agenda for Monday

July 7, 2013
County Council Agenda for Monday

  07/08/13 The Marshall County Council will meet Monday morning at 9 a.m. in the second floor meeting room of the County Building.  Their short agenda includes a update on Health Department grant expenditures by Wes Burden, consideration of additional appropriations for the Veterans Service Officer in the amount of $83.71 for office supplies,...
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City Police Serve Warrants

July 7, 2013
City Police Serve Warrants

    07/08/13 Plymouth Police served several warrants last week.  On Tuesday Officer Derek Workman located 19 year old Bandon S. Price at 919 Pearl Street just before 10 p.m.  He was taken into custody and held with no bond for a failure to appear warrant on a misdemeanor charge.  Wednesday evening July 3rd...
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City Council Meeting Monday

July 6, 2013
City Council Meeting Monday

    07/08/13 The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings Monday evening beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting.  Agenda for the meeting includes opening bids for the Pioneer Drive Life Station Improvement project and reports from city department heads.  The City Engineer will discuss the...
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Leadership Marshall County Accepting Applications for Class XIX

July 6, 2013
Leadership Marshall County Accepting Applications for Class XIX

    07/08/13 Leadership Marshall County organizers are accepting applications for Class XIX. Leadership Marshall County is a program designed to identify, develop, and connect community leaders through education and skills development, involving sessions taught by currently established leaders in Marshall County government, agriculture, education, economic development, arts, tourism, health and human services and...
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