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Blood Drive to Honor Marsha Banning

April 10, 2012
Blood Drive to Honor Marsha Banning

  04/11/12 Mayor Senter is pleased to announce a blood drive to honor the memory of Marsha Banning will be on Monday, April 16th at PHS (Multi-Purpose Room).  Appointments will be taken and walk-ins are welcome. Marsha was a long time friend of Plymouth.  She always ready to lend a helping hand for those...
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5th Grade Orientation for Parents at Riverside

April 10, 2012
5th Grade Orientation for Parents at Riverside

  04/11/12 Donna Burroughs, Principal at Riverside Intermediate School in Plymouth announced an informational meeting for parents of students will be attending 5th grade next year at the school. Burroughs said, “We will have a special orientation meeting for parents of current fourth graders on Monday night, April 16th at 7:00 P.M. in the...
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Free Electronic Recycling Day

April 10, 2012
Free Electronic Recycling Day

 04/11/12 The Triton School Corporation in Bourbon will be hosting a Free Electronic Recycling Day this Saturday, April 14th from 8:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. The Free Fall Electronic Recycling Day collected 9 TONS of electronic recycling last year.  It filled one 53foot Semi trailer from top to bottom, front to back and packed...
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M.C. Election Board to Meet Thursday

April 10, 2012
M.C. Election Board to Meet Thursday

04/11/12 The Marshall County Election Board will meet Thursday morning April 12th at 8:30 in the Clerk’s Office of the Annex Building.  Agenda for the meeting includes a review of the April 4th meeting minutes, information on letters mailed to nursing homes for voting and general discussion. Members of the Election Board include County...
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Tax Tips

April 10, 2012
Tax Tips

  04/11/12 The tax filing deadline is FAST approaching! You only have until April 17 to file your taxes. Filing online is the fastest and easiest way to make sure your return gets processed on time. Indiana has a new, free method to file both your state and federal taxes. About 1 million Hoosiers...
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National Autism Awareness Month

April 10, 2012
National Autism Awareness Month

  04/11/12 On April 5, Dr. Carrie Caldwell presented the last in a series lectures on various disorders affecting children. Dr. Cadwell volunteered to present overviews during the series held at Menominee elementary of speech disorders, ADHD, and autism for parents as well as community members. As April is National Autism Awareness Month, her...
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One Book/One Town Living History Encampment this Weekend

April 9, 2012
One Book/One Town Living History Encampment this Weekend

  04/10/12 One Book/One Town Marshall County will bring a living history event to River Park Square in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Shiloh.  With this event comes a warning to citizens living in the area that LaPorte Street from Water Street to River Street will be closed during the...
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Moped Stolen from 11,000 Block of 1B Road

April 9, 2012
Moped Stolen from 11,000 Block of 1B Road

4/10/12 On Wednesday, April 4th the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a report that a moped had been stolen from a residence in the 11,000 block of 1B Road in Plymouth.  Patrolman Travis O’Neal was dispatched to the location for the investigation.   The moped was described by the owners as a 2004, blue and...
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Arrests by City Police Officers

April 9, 2012
Arrests by City Police Officers

  04/10/12 Friday morning about 1 Plymouth Police Officer John Weir initiated a traffic stop on Michigan Street at Lake Street on a car that kept driving left of center. After speaking with the occupants Officer Weir walked his K-9 partner Rex around the vehicle.  Rex indicated the presence of narcotics.  A search of...
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Argos Town Council to Consider Street Improvements

April 9, 2012
Argos Town Council to Consider Street Improvements

     04/10/12 The Argos Town Council was told of a preliminary list of streets needing work during the summer.  Doug Middleton told the Council that a section of West Street will need to be grinded down and re-paved. Indiana, Clinton, Broadway and Railroad Streets were suggested to chip and sealed. Doug said there were...
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