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Fire Dept. to Apply for Grant to Purchase Medical Training Mannequin

August 27, 2015
Fire Dept. to Apply for Grant to Purchase Medical Training Mannequin

Rod Miller, Chief of the Plymouth Fire Department was given approval to have his Assistant Chief, George Cook write and apply for a grant from the Marshall County Community Foundation.  The grant is for the purchase of a medical training mannequin. Chief Miller said, “These medical training mannequins are very expensive.  The one we...
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Academies’ 121st school year opens with Matriculation Ceremony

August 27, 2015
Academies’ 121st school year opens with Matriculation Ceremony

CULVER – Culver Academies began its 121st year Monday by welcoming 236 new students at the traditional Matriculation Ceremony followed by the Opening Convocation. Classes for the 811 students enrolled began Tuesday. Those new students included Plymouth residents Adam Heckaman, Michelle Heckaman, and Tyler Voreis. The Heckaman twins are the children of Troy and Jennifer Heckaman. Voreis is...
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Plymouth PD Receives 17 Applications of Open Position

August 27, 2015
Plymouth PD Receives 17 Applications of Open Position

Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon updated members of the Board of Public Works on the hiring process during this week’s meeting. The chief said the deadline for the submission of applications was Friday, August 21st.  They handed out 57 applications and received 17 back. The chief said, “The applications will be screened and the...
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Oldies for Alzheimer Fundraiser at Antique Gas Station on West Jefferson Street

August 27, 2015
Oldies for Alzheimer Fundraiser at  Antique Gas Station on West Jefferson Street

Local businessman Calvin Bailey will host “Oldies for Alzheimer’s” at his just restored Mobilgas Station at 1101 West Jefferson Street in Plymouth. Bailey said, “I have operated a hobby car restoration business for years, and last year, I had the good fortunate to buy and restore this old filling station formally Bob’s Towing of Plymouth.”   After combining a...
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FREE Music Fills the 49th Annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival

August 27, 2015
FREE Music Fills the 49th Annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival

The 49th Annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival is full of FREE entertainment. With three stages, at Jefferson Elementary School, in the front of Centennial Park and the Young Amphitheatre visitors to the festival will have the opportunity to enjoy dancers, magicians, twirlers, singers, bands and more. Entertainment kicks off Friday, September 4th at 5...
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Rockies face Zebras on Senior night

August 27, 2015
Rockies face Zebras on Senior night

PLYMOUTH – It was hard to find anything to worry about in film for Plymouth’s Rockies from Friday’s win but it did show a need to take care of some things. It was kind of different for us we had a lot of kids that played a lot of snaps,” said Plymouth coach John...
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Truck Crashes into House, 3 Injured

August 27, 2015
Truck Crashes into House, 3 Injured

Marshall County Police investigated a single vehicle crash Thursday morning when a pick-up truck drove into the side of a home on State Road 331. Officer Wozniak’s report says a 911 call at 9:03 sent emergency responders to the intersection of State Road 331 and 6B Road after 23 year old Brittany Beldon of...
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Ancilla Announces New Wrestling Program, Names VanDerAa Coach

August 27, 2015
Ancilla Announces New Wrestling Program, Names VanDerAa Coach

DONALDSON, IN – Ancilla College is proud to announce that they will be adding wrestling to the 2016-17 school year sports lineup and have appointed Steve VanDerAa as head coach. VanDerAa was the head wrestling coach at Winamac High School for 20 years and finished with a record of 404-96. He won 14 conference...
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Candlelight Vigil for Sheriff Chamberlin

August 27, 2015
Candlelight Vigil for Sheriff Chamberlin

A candlelight vigil is planned for Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin.  The event will be held tonight at 8 on the courthouse lawn.  The public is invited to gather at the courthouse and honor Sheriff Chamberlin and family as he is suffering through terminal cancer.
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Indiana’s Poet Laureate is Coming to Ancilla Sept. 24

August 26, 2015
Indiana’s Poet Laureate is Coming to Ancilla Sept. 24

Indiana’s poet laureate George Kalamaras is coming to Ancilla College to read his works September 24 and the public is invited. In partnership with Wild Rose Moon, 115 North Michigan Street, Kalamaras has agreed to two events. The first will be at 1:30 p.m. September 24 at the college, 9601 Union Road, and the...
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