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3rd Annual Blueberry Idol, Friday Night

August 27, 2012
3rd Annual Blueberry Idol, Friday Night

  08/28/12 For the third year in a row, a karaoke contest that will name the “Blueberry Idol” will help kick-off the Labor Day weekend in Plymouth. The contest, open to people of all ages, will be held at the Young Amphitheatre on Friday, August 31. Last year, some 50 performers entered the contest....
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Miller’s Seniors Experience Working in Clay

August 27, 2012
Miller’s Seniors Experience Working in Clay

   08/28/12 Residents and friends at Miller’s Senior Living Community enjoyed a creative experience at Moon Tree Studios on Saturday afternoon.  They engaged in a beginning clay session in which they were able to create two clay projects during the three hour experience. Guided by artist Laura Garza, the group made clay “coil” bowls. ...
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Argos Man Killed in Moped Crash

August 26, 2012
Argos Man Killed in Moped Crash

  08/27/12 A moped accident Saturday evening claimed the life of an Argos man. Emergency responders were called to 8674 19th Road east of Argos about 7:30 p.m. Saturday for a single vehicle accident.  A moped driven by 46 year old Jack L. Moriarty of Plum Street in Argos was east bound on 19th...
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Animal in Roadway Cause of Accident

August 26, 2012
Animal in Roadway Cause of Accident

  08/27/12  On Saturday, August 18th around 5:03pm Patrolman Hafke of the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department investigated an accident that occurred on Elm Road, approximately 2000 feet north of 6th Road. Driver Julie Thompson 37, of Bremen states she was traveling northbound on Elm Road when an animal ran out in front of her...
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A Look at the Local Ballot for the November Election, Gary Cook to Run

August 26, 2012
A Look at the Local Ballot for the November Election, Gary Cook to Run

  08/27/12 Marshall County Clerk Julie Fox released the unofficial November 6 General Election Candidates on Friday afternoon following the completion of school board filings. Looking at the election in Marshall County, voters will have very few choices for County election position and for the various school board seats.  Taking a look at the...
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Close to 900 Runners Anticipated for Blueberry Stomp

August 26, 2012
Close to 900 Runners Anticipated for Blueberry Stomp

  08/27/12 For about 15 years Adams Street Kids (ASK) has been hosting the Blueberry Stomp just prior to the Blueberry Festival Parade on Labor Day. Art Jacobs from the First United Methodist Church has served as the race director for the last four years.  This is a huge undertaking and the main fundraiser...
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Plymouth Band Looking for Good Used Instruments

August 26, 2012
Plymouth Band Looking for Good Used Instruments

  08/27/12 Plymouth High School Band Director, Bryan Ames, is asking the community to help provide instruments for beginning students. Ames said, “There are 100 kids in beginning band and many do not have instruments since their parents can no longer afford to purchase instruments.” Ames said,”Although we will take any instruments, we mostly...
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Drive One for LJHS Literacy

August 26, 2012
Drive One for LJHS Literacy

08/27/12 Some more exciting news is on the horizon for the Lincoln Junior High School …….Oliver Ford is having their next Drive One for LJHS on Saturday Sept. 29th from 9-noon. The drive will take place at Plymouth High School in the north parking lot.  Oliver Ford will bring about a dozen different types...
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New Teachers in Plymouth School System

August 24, 2012
New Teachers in Plymouth School System

  08/27/12 Plymouth Schools new elementary art teacher, Lyra Skinner, splits her time between Washington and Menominee Elementary Schools. She will also be involved in high ability programs one day a week.   Skinner, originally from Marian, IN, attended Indiana Wesleyan University with the former art teacher Haley Church. Church moved to Plymouth High...
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Arts Council to Host 2nd Annual Show at Blueberry

August 24, 2012
Arts Council to Host 2nd Annual Show at Blueberry

  08/27/12 Unique, locally created artwork will be at your fingertips next weekend at the Arts Council of Marshall County’s second annual art sale at the Blueberry Festival. “What we are trying to do is promote local artists and have them take part (in the festival),” said Ed Pullen, president of the Arts Council....
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