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Museum to Host 2nd Walking Tour of Downtown on Thursday

September 22, 2015
Museum to Host 2nd Walking Tour of Downtown on Thursday

The second in a series of four “Facts, Folktales and Facades” historic walking tour in downtown Plymouth is this Thursday at 10 a.m.  This week the tour will feature the southeast block of Michigan Street, the block that begins with the Rees Theatre. Other stops include Na Rie, The Head Styling Salon, the former...
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Author Sharon Biggs Waller to visit Culver

September 22, 2015
Author Sharon Biggs Waller to visit Culver

The Culver-Union Township Public Library is excited to announce that Sharon Biggs Waller will be visiting CUTPL on September 24, as a part of their Celebrated Voices Series. Sharon is the author of the young adult novel A Mad, Wicked Folly and the upcoming novel The Forbidden Orchid. Copies of A Mad, Wicked Folly are available for check out...
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SEPTEMBER IS CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

September 22, 2015
SEPTEMBER IS CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

INDIANAPOLIS—State health officials are reminding parents to be aware of the risks and symptoms of childhood cancer as part of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in September. Although such illnesses are rare, 1 percent of all new cancer cases diagnosed in the U.S occur in children.   “A cancer diagnosis is never easy, but it’s...
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Deadline Approaching for Hoosier Students to Apply for 2015 Service Academy Nomination

September 22, 2015
Deadline Approaching for Hoosier Students to Apply for 2015 Service Academy Nomination

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly’s office reminds students interested in pursuing a nomination to one of the nation’s service academies that they must submit an application for a nomination from Senator Donnelly by Friday, September 25. To download the 2015 U.S. Service Academy Nomination Application form, please click here.   Donnelly said, “I welcome interested Hoosier students to...
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Funeral Arrangements Released for 2 year old Serenity Wilson

September 22, 2015
Funeral Arrangements Released for 2 year old Serenity Wilson

Serenity Marie Lynn Wilson, 2 years old, passed away Saturday, September 19, 2015 at Ft. Wayne Lutheran Children’s Hospital.  Serenity was born in Rochester, IN on October 9, 2012 to Cody Wilson and Krysti LaVanway. Serenity is survived by her parents; her sister, Raven Wilson; and brothers, Dominic LaVanway and Gabriel Kinslow.  She is...
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Mother Arrested in Connection of Death of Plymouth Toddler

September 22, 2015
Mother Arrested in Connection of Death of Plymouth Toddler

Court documents indicate that the mother of 2 year old Serenity Wilson, 24 year old Krysti Lavanway and her boyfriend 21 year old Shane Weedling lied to police officers about the incidents that lead to the death of the little girl. Plymouth Police were dispatched to the Plymouth Hospital Friday afternoon about 2:30 after...
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Marshall County Commissioners Announce the Grand Opening of Veterans Parkway

September 21, 2015
Marshall County Commissioners Announce the Grand Opening of Veterans Parkway

The Marshall County Commissioners proudly announce the grand opening of the new Veterans Parkway.  A vision that started over 12 years ago, Veterans Parkway will provide another access point to the new US 31. “Naming this new road ‘Veterans Parkway’ allows us to honor and acknowledge our military members who served from Marshall County,...
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Mr. Smith on Redwood Road Questions Commissioners and Threatens Lawsuit

September 21, 2015
Mr. Smith on Redwood Road Questions Commissioners and Threatens Lawsuit

During Monday’s Marshall County Commissioner’s meeting Bruce Smith from Redwood Road was on the agenda expecting to get some answers to the questions he presented three meetings ago. Commissioner President Kevin Overmyer said, “In the case where there is litigation threatened, the County Attorney advises us not to answer any questions and so I’m...
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United Way of Marshall County: Building Stronger Communities through Education

September 21, 2015
United Way of Marshall County: Building Stronger  Communities through Education

Education is a cornerstone for success in school, work and life. It also benefits the whole community: high school graduates have higher earning potential, contribute more to their local economies, are more engaged in their communities and are more likely to raise kids who also graduate and go on to higher education or work....
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PHS Grieves for Death of David Bacon III

September 21, 2015
PHS Grieves for Death of David Bacon III

Monday afternoon Dan Tyree, Superintendent of the Plymouth Community School Corporation gave a brief statement to the media on the death of David Bacon III a junior at the high school.  He said, “We are dealing with the tragic loss of one of our students who took his own life (last-Sunday) night, David Bacon,...
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