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2 Plymouth Teens Killed in Car Crash

June 28, 2012
2 Plymouth Teens Killed in Car Crash

   06/29/12 Two Plymouth High School students were killed Thursday night in a car crash on 12th Road. Marshall County Coroner Bil Cleavenger released details on the violent crash that took the life of the boys who were going to be juniors at PHS this August.  Killed instantly were 16 year old Vincent Cody...
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Oliver Ford & Ford Motor Donate $15,820 to Plymouth Schools

June 28, 2012
Oliver Ford & Ford Motor Donate $15,820 to Plymouth Schools

06/29/12 Oliver Ford Lincoln in Plymouth and Ford Motor Company presented checks to their two recent Drive event recipients.   The first one was for the Plymouth High School New School of Inquiry.  They received a check for $5,300 from Lincolns Drive Smart 4 UR School that was held a couple of months ago. ...
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MISS BLUEBERRY SCHOLARSHIP PAGEANT THIS SATURDAY

June 28, 2012
MISS BLUEBERRY SCHOLARSHIP PAGEANT THIS SATURDAY

  06/29/12 This year is the 45th Anniversary of the Marshall County Blueberry Festival. The theme is “A World of Possibilities”.  This Saturday, June 30th, the first official event of the festival will be the crowning of the new 2012 Miss Blueberry, when a total of 16 beautiful young ladies vie for the crown,...
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City Council Hears 1st Reading of Urban Forestry Committee Ordinance

June 28, 2012
City Council Hears 1st Reading of Urban Forestry Committee Ordinance

   06/29/12   In 2002 the City of Plymouth adopted it present Urban Forestry Committee ordinance.  The intended roll of the committee was to serve in an advisory capacity regarding the City’s tree population. Monday night Mayor Mark Senter presented on first reading an amendment to the ordinance pertaining to the committee’s mission, structure and...
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Bremen Firemen’s Festival will have Fireworks/Plymouth Speedway Postpones Fireworks

June 28, 2012
Bremen Firemen’s Festival will have Fireworks/Plymouth Speedway Postpones Fireworks

  06/29/12 The Town of Bremen is going ahead with a public fireworks display on July 4 as a part of their annual Bremen Firemen’s Festival. Rich Martin, Bremen director of operations, indicated that they have a number of safety measures planned including watering down the field in Sunnyside Park two hours before the...
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PFM Celebrates 4th of July

June 28, 2012
PFM Celebrates 4th of July

  06/29/12 This Saturday the Plymouth Farmers’ Market will be celebrating the 4th of July with Mayor Senter handing out American flags (made in the USA). Art Heminger of Balloon Art will be fashioning balloon creations for young and old alike. Earthworks will be staging their own ‘Last Battle of the Revolution’ pitting English...
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SJRMC Statement on the Supreme Court Ruling Upholding the Affordable Care Act

June 28, 2012
SJRMC Statement on the Supreme Court Ruling Upholding the Affordable Care Act

  06/29/12 With a belief that access and coverage for all is both a moral and practical imperative, Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) is pleased with the Supreme Court’s decision, based on an initial read of the ruling. While we do not believe the Affordable Care Act to be perfect, it advances the...
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Improperly Discarded Cigarettes are Leading Cause of Unintentional Grass Fires

June 28, 2012
Improperly Discarded Cigarettes are Leading Cause of Unintentional Grass Fires

  06/29/12 The Indiana Department of Homeland Security and Indiana State Police are reminding Hoosiers that proper disposal of cigarettes and safe handling of fireworks is critical to avoid accidentally starting a fire. “Two-thirds of Indiana’s counties have issued burn bans and numerous jurisdictions have placed restrictions on the use of fireworks because dry...
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Sally & Friends at Miller’s last Tuesday of every Month

June 28, 2012
Sally & Friends at Miller’s last Tuesday of every Month

   06/29/12 Sally & Friends arrived at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Tuesday, June 26th wearing their red, white and blue.  They were prepared to play patriotic music while the audience sang along from the song sheets Ed Hasnerl passed out.  They began with patriotic favorites such as “My Country ‘Tis of Thee”, “This...
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Help Operation Quiet Comfort during your 4th of July Holiday

June 28, 2012
Help Operation Quiet Comfort during your 4th of July Holiday

  06/29/12 You may have heard by now that Marshall County has extended the burn ban indefinitely and included a ban on private and public fireworks.  That means that if it doesn’t rain substantially, and there isn’t any in the forecast, we will not be celebrating July 4th with fireworks but we can still celebrate...
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