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Plymouth Park Board Updated on River Park Square Project

August 12, 2012
Plymouth Park Board Updated on River Park Square Project

08/13/12 Last week members of the Plymouth Park Board were updated on phase 1 of the River Park Square project by a representative of the Troyer Group. Decisions of benches, trash receptacles, lamp posts, and the entryway to the park were made during the latest stakeholders meeting.  Park Board members were able to give...
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3 South Bend Residents Arrested for Theft at Wal-Mart

August 12, 2012
3 South Bend Residents Arrested for Theft at Wal-Mart

  08/13/12 On Wednesday, August 8th just after 10 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Shanna Gilmer was dispatched to Wal-Mart on North Oak Drive for three subjects who were shoplifting. 28 year old Cesar Cruz from South Bend was arrested for theft.  He was also in possession of a fraudulent identification card not issued by...
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Leadership Marshall County is Accepting Applications for Class XVIII

August 11, 2012
Leadership Marshall County is Accepting Applications for Class XVIII

08/13/12 Leadership Marshall County is still accepting applications for Class XVIII.  The application deadline has been extended to August 29, 2012. Leadership Marshall County is a nine month program designed to inform and support current and future leaders of Marshall County.  This program identifies, develops and inspires community leaders through education and skills development,...
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Oliver Ford makes sure all the Day Campers are happy!!

August 11, 2012
Oliver Ford makes sure all the Day Campers are happy!!

08/13/12 Oliver Ford Lincoln in Plymouth took time out of their busy day to cater a healthy lunch and prizes to some of their favorite Plymouth Park Day Campers last week. Starting at the left, Kelsey Heisler- Camp counselor, Ethan Milner, Austin Abshire, Adam Correll, Diego Gifford, Brooke Medema, Gage Birchmeier, Evan Brennaman, Kate...
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Maurices to Hold School Supply Drive to Benefit Boys & Girls Club

August 10, 2012
Maurices to Hold School Supply Drive to Benefit Boys & Girls Club

08/13/12 Maurices at Pilgrim Place, 1464 Pilgrim Lane is holding a School Supply Drive to benefit the Boys & Girls Club. “While we participate in a number of maurices-sponsored benefits throughout the year, we are especially proud when we have the opportunity to support causes right here at home,” says Store Manager Lindsay Lobenthal....
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Miller’s Residents Enjoy Olympic Fun Day

August 10, 2012
Miller’s Residents Enjoy Olympic Fun Day

  08/13/12 Miller’s Senior Living Community volunteers created a day of Olympic fun for residents.  Tracy Wilson and her daughters Autumn and Makayla and their friend Audrie Burton made several Olympic trivia games and attended Tea and Trivia on Thursday, August 2. Autumn and Makayla have been very interested in the Olympics this summer...
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Limited hay cutting allowed on Classified Wildlands

August 10, 2012
Limited hay cutting allowed on Classified Wildlands

  08/13/12 The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has announced that landowners who have non-forested acreage enrolled in the Classified Forest and Wildlands Program may be eligible for a special permit to allow hay cutting on a limited basis. “The DNR recognizes the drought has taken a significant toll on hay production across the...
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Lake Max Triathlon this Saturday

August 10, 2012
Lake Max Triathlon this Saturday

08/10/12 Nearly 200 people have registered for the Lake Max Triathlon, which will take place Saturday, Aug. 11, starting at 8 a.m. The triathletes will be tested by a course featuring a 400-meter swim in Lake Maxinkuckee, a 10-mile bike ride around the lake and a 5-kilometer (3.1 miles) run along the lake.  Participants...
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Sentimental Journey to Perform at Farmers’ Market Saturdya

August 10, 2012
Sentimental Journey to Perform at Farmers’ Market Saturdya

  08/10/11 This Saturday, the Plymouth Farmers’ Market will feature the popular band, Sentimental Journey, performing at 9:30. Under the direction of Steve Weissert, the big-band era group plays some tunes from the ‘50’s and ‘60’s but much of the music they play was made famous by composers and band leaders Glenn Miller, Benny...
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Marshall County Sees Rise in Percentage of College Graduates

August 9, 2012
Marshall County Sees Rise in Percentage of College Graduates

  08/10/12 Marshall County has experienced a brain gain in the last 40 years, joining the rest of the country in what has been a massive increase in the number of adults who have earned college degrees. In 1970, 7.6 percent of those over 25 years of age had college degrees in Marshall County....
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