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Community Opportunity for See Concepts for River Park Square

November 17, 2011
Community Opportunity for See Concepts for River Park Square

11/18/11 Representatives from the Troyer Group, the company hired to help design the new downtown park met with the residents on Wednesday evening, November 16th at the Webster Center. Troyer was there to discuss the Master Plan for the new River Park Square, which will be located between Garro Street, Water Street and the...
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Citizens Attend Elementary School Redistricting Meeting

November 17, 2011
Citizens Attend Elementary School Redistricting Meeting

11/18/11 The first of two public meetings concerning boundary modifications (redistricting) for the Plymouth Schools was held on Wednesday night at Menominee Elementary. Presenting a preliminary map of how the boundaries could change for the 2012-2013 school year was demographer Jerome McKibben. McKibben had provided information and projections approximately five years ago for  redistricting....
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Jacob White Held on $10,000 Cash Bond

November 17, 2011
Jacob White Held on $10,000 Cash Bond

11/18/11 On Tuesday, November 15th at approximately 11:20 a.m. the Marshall County Police Department received a call from a female who wanted to report a domestic battery incident which had taken place Monday evening, November 14th. First Sergeants Dan Butt was dispatched to the female’s location and conducted an interview. Based on the information...
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Fill a Ford Focus with Food at Oliver Ford and PHS

November 17, 2011
Fill a Ford Focus with Food at Oliver Ford and PHS

11/18/11 Oliver Ford is at it again! That’s right, and this time they are collecting food that will be distributed to the elderly. When asked why Oliver Ford was taking on another challenge Jennifer Houin said, “Because we are flippin crazy, no I’m just kidding. There are elderly and young children right here in...
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PHS FFA Supports Local Projects

November 17, 2011
PHS FFA Supports Local Projects

11/18/11 For the second year in a row, members of the Plymouth High School FFA Chapter participated in a community service project called Operation: Christmas Child. The program provides boxes, about the size of a shoebox to organizations willing to fill them with items that underprivileged youth can enjoy. Operation Christmas Child serves children...
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DONNELLY REMARKS IN SUPPORT OF BALANCED BUDGET AMENDMENT

November 17, 2011
DONNELLY REMARKS IN SUPPORT OF BALANCED BUDGET AMENDMENT

11/18/11 Thursday, Congressman Joe Donnelly  gave the following speech in support of H.J.Res.2, a Balanced Budget Amendment to the Constitution, on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives. “Mr. Speaker, I rise in strong support of H.J.Res.2, a Balanced Budget Amendment to the Constitution.  The fact is, for too long, Washington has not...
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Argos Bowling Teams Win over LaVille

November 17, 2011
Argos Bowling Teams Win over LaVille

11/18/11 The Argos High School Girls Bowling Team beat LaVille 15-5 at PNA #83 in South Bend Tuesday night. The girls’ record is 3-1. In game one Abby Cohagan had a 135, which was the team high game. Other scores were Kate Keller 94, Brittani Brown 129, Jina Ewing 115, and Liz Hack 61....
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Say thanks for a lifetime Public encouraged to donate blood around Thanksgiving

November 17, 2011
Say thanks for a lifetime Public encouraged to donate blood around Thanksgiving

11/18/11 Some say Thanksgiving should be more than just a single day. When you donate blood through your American Red Cross, you can give thanks for a lifetime. “As you reflect on what you are grateful for this holiday season, set aside time to come donate blood,” said Sharyn Whitman, CEO for the Indiana-Ohio...
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Driver Arrested for Drugs and No License

November 16, 2011
Driver Arrested for Drugs and No License

11/17/11 On Tuesday, November 15th at 8:43pm Plymouth Police Officer John Weir conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Warana Drive and Kingston Road for an equipment violation. Weir walked his K-9 partner Rex around the vehicle and Rex indicated the presence of some type of narcotics. During the search two bags of...
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Ancilla College Students Inducted into Phi Theta Kappa

November 16, 2011
Ancilla College Students Inducted into Phi Theta Kappa

11/17/11 Nine Ancilla students were recently inducted into the Beta Beta Beta chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society of two-year colleges . Those participating included: Phi Theta Kappa co-advisor Cynthia Cawthon, Josiah Scott, Donna Scott, Jennifer Munoz, Kimberly Penrod, Lisa Horvath, Marsha Kratzchmar, Zachary Pitts, Brooke Benjamin, Sarah Cawthon, and Phi...
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