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PHS Girls Basketball Game, Lincoln Students Free

January 31, 2012
PHS Girls Basketball Game, Lincoln Students Free

02/01/12 Hey Lincoln Families!  Show your pride and wear your Redstorm gear to the PHS Girls’ home varsity basketball game on Thursday, February 2nd.  Come support the Lady Pilgrims as they take on the Goshen Redskins.  This is a night to honor our seniors Victoria Dewar and Brittany Himes.  Each student will receive a...
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2 Bourbon Women Arrested for Meth

January 30, 2012
2 Bourbon Women Arrested for Meth

01/31/12  On Monday, January 24th about 10 p.m. Indiana State Police officers and officers from the Plymouth Police Department assisted the Kosciusko County Drug Task Force in conducting a search at the residence located at 410 North Main Street in Bourbon. During the search of the residence police located an active one-pot method methamphetamine...
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Mayor Senter appoints Surrisi as City Attorney

January 30, 2012
Mayor Senter appoints Surrisi as City Attorney

01/31/12 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter announced today the appointment of Sean Surrisi as City Attorney for the City of Plymouth.  Sean will replace Nelson Chipman who has accepted the appointment of Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney forMarshallCounty.  He will be sworn in on March 1, 2012. Sean was born inIndianapolisand moved to the Culver area...
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XL Pipeline, Project will provide jobs, reduce dependence on Middle East oil

January 30, 2012
XL Pipeline, Project will provide jobs, reduce dependence on Middle East oil

01/31/12 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) today joined a bipartisan group of 44 senators in introducing legislation to approve the Keystone XL pipeline project under Congress’s authority enumerated in the Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution, Article 1, Section 8. “It is both irrational and disingenuous for an administration that claims its number one priority...
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Teachers Credit Union Contributes $4,714 to United Way of Marshall County

January 30, 2012
Teachers Credit Union Contributes $4,714 to United Way of Marshall County

01/31/12 Teachers Credit Union (TCU) presented a $4,714 check to the United Way of Marshall County this past week fulfilling their pledge for the 2011 campaign.  Each year TCU contributes a set amount to United Way of Marshall County for each TCU member in their Marshall County branches.  The donation from TCU will help...
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Fencing for a Cure

January 30, 2012
Fencing for a Cure

01/31/12 When Desirae Major ’12 (Olathe, Kan.) was a sophomore, a senior on the fencing team talked about using the sport as a way to raise funds for charity. It would also be an interesting way to complete the senior service project. The best way, it seemed, would be to host a tournament with...
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Make Your Reservations Today for Daddy Daughter Dance

January 30, 2012
Make Your Reservations Today for Daddy Daughter Dance

01/31/12 Your time is running out to registrar for the annual Daddy Daughter Dance sponsored by the Plymouth Park Department.  The dance will be held on Friday, February 10th from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Webster Recreation Center. The evening is a special event for little girls and a man in their...
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“We the People” of Marshall & Fulton County to Meet

January 30, 2012
“We the People” of Marshall & Fulton County to Meet

01/31/12 “We the People of Marshall and Fulton County” will meet this evening (1/31/12) at 7 p.m. in the Plymouth Public Library.  Issues this month that will be discussed include: Obama Care going to the Supreme Court, Lugar…the Tea Party favorite and defender of the constitution…NOT!, Richard Mourdock, get involved in politics and finally,...
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Have a heart. Donate blood.

January 30, 2012
Have a heart. Donate blood.

01/31/12  Absence makes the heart grow fonder, except when you’re talking about blood donors. Every day, hospital patients depend on steady and consistent blood donations from volunteer donors for the blood they may need for ongoing and emergency medical care. And with February being American Heart Month, it’s a great time to put your...
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Over 4,000 Turtles Passed Through Her Hands

January 30, 2012
Over 4,000 Turtles Passed Through Her Hands

01/31/12 What do a tired waitress, a lonely patient receiving their umpteenth IV stick and a shy third-grader have in common? Turtles. If you live in Marshall County you may have been touched by the Turtle Lady – or maybe you’ve seen these palm-sized creatures around town at checkouts, on clerks’ aprons at the...
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