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Sponsors Needed for Plymouth Tree Lighting and Lighted Parade

November 3, 2015
Sponsors Needed for Plymouth Tree Lighting and Lighted Parade

The Plymouth Downtown Christmas Celebration committee is looking for sponsors for this year’s parade of lights and tree lighting event on Friday, November 27th.There are several different levels of sponsorship available including the “Holly Jolly” level with a donation of $250.00, the “Snowman” level which is $150.00, “Icicle” level for $75.00 and “Snow Flake”...
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Election Results for the Municipalities in Marshall County

November 3, 2015
Election Results for the Municipalities in Marshall County

There were three communities in Marshall County that conducted elections on Tuesday; Argos, Culver and Plymouth.  With 7943 registered voters in these communities, only 1891 took the time to vote making the voter turn-out a miserable 23.8%.  There were 293 absentee ballots counted, 2 were thrown out at the final certification and 1891 people...
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Health Insurance Services Hosting Free Education Sessions

November 3, 2015
Health Insurance Services Hosting Free Education Sessions

Saint Joseph Health System Health Insurance Services, LLC will host a couple of free community education sessions in Marshall County about the Affordable Care Act and Health Insurance Marketplace. The information sessions will be held from 5:30-6:30 pm at the Community Resource Center at 510 West Adams Street in Plymouth on Wednesday, November 4th, Wednesday, December...
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LaPaz Police Arrest Indy Man for Driving While Suspended

November 3, 2015
LaPaz Police Arrest Indy Man for Driving While Suspended

On Monday, November 2nd at approximately 10:45 p.m., LaPaz police initiated a traffic stop northbound on US 31 at US6 for a speed violation.  The driver of the vehicle, Jerry Doty of Indianapolis, was found to have a license that was suspended with prior convictions.  He was placed under arrest for this violation and lodged...
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Olson Recognized for his Volunteerism by 1st Source Bank

November 3, 2015
Olson Recognized for his Volunteerism by 1st Source Bank

Dean of Students at Plymouth High School, Ken Olson was recognized recently for being nominated for the 17th annual Ernestine M. Raclin Community Leadership Award established by 1st Source Bank. The award recognizes Ernestine M. Raclin, Chairman Emeritus of 1st Source, who strongly demonstrated the spirit of volunteerism throughout her career by giving of her...
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Ancilla Volunteers Step Up

November 3, 2015
Ancilla Volunteers Step Up

A tribe of 12 faculty, staff, and students from Ancilla College came together under the leadership of Sr. Carleen Wrasman at the Sojourner Truth house in Gary.  While it is common for groups to come from Ancilla to offer assistance in physical labor, such as cleaning and landscaping, this visit had a different goal:...
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2015 Dine Out! Mooney’s Champions United Way

November 3, 2015
2015 Dine Out! Mooney’s Champions United Way

Mooney’s Ice Cream Parlor in Plymouth has championed the United Way cause in Marshall County by participating in the 2015 Dine Out for United Way campaign every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday throughout November. Every time you enjoy their wonderful ice cream, Mooney’s has agreed to give a portion of their sales to United Way...
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Heartland Artist Gallery Announces November Featured Artist

November 3, 2015
Heartland Artist Gallery Announces November Featured Artist

Heartland Artist Gallery in downtown Plymouth will feature artist, Ellen Ridenour from Elkhart during November. Ridenour produces a wide variety of one-of-a-kind original prints, incorporating traditional printmaking with new exploratory methods. Her work is always evolving. In her series of encaustic paintings, she makes her own encaustic medium using bees wax and darma resin....
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Spider Beautiful Contest for Triton 2nd Graders

November 3, 2015
Spider Beautiful Contest for Triton 2nd Graders

The second grade classrooms at Triton Elementary School held the annual Spider Beauty Contest.  There were many beautiful contestants and picking a winner from each class was difficult.  When the students finished their voting, Cohen Stayton and his contestant, Jack were proclaimed the winners in Mrs. Biddle’s class.  In Mrs. Phenix’s/Mrs. Horsmon’s class the winner was Sierra...
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PHS Spell Bowl Team Qualifies for State

November 3, 2015
PHS Spell Bowl Team Qualifies for State

Tuesday at noon Plymouth High School was notified that their Spell Bowl Team has qualified for the 30th Annual Indiana Academic Spell Bowl State Finals on November 14, 2015!   The competition will be held in Loeb Playhouse on the Purdue University West Lafayette Campus.   More details will be released this week.   Complete statewide...
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