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“Project Lead the Way” at PHS Receives 3M Grant

December 10, 2012
“Project Lead the Way” at PHS Receives 3M Grant

  12/11/12 Last week representatives from the Plymouth 3M plant came to the high school so students in “”Project Lead the Way” and their teachers could thank them for the $25,000 grant they received.   PHS Principal Jim Condon explained that “Project Lead the Way” a pre-engineering and engineering technology program is in its...
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Plymouth Man Arrested for Discarding Meth Lab in Trash

December 10, 2012
Plymouth Man Arrested for Discarding Meth Lab in Trash

  12/11/12  On Saturday, December 8th at 1:30 PM Officer Shelley Cleveland with the Plymouth Police Department responded to a dumpster at 314 Kingston Avenue after a witness reported seeing a subject dumping a smoking box into a dumpster. Arriving at the scene Officer Cleveland identified the discarded items as an active Meth Lab...
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Arrests by Plymouth Police Officers…

December 10, 2012
Arrests by Plymouth Police Officers…

 12/11/12 On Friday, December 7th at 2:04 AM Plymouth Police Officer Tim Taberski responded to the Plymouth Kroger’s in reference to two female shoplifters.  Arriving he took 18 year old Amanda Whitt and 19 year old Katlynn E. Morgan of Plymouth into custody for theft.  They were transported to the Marshall County Jail where...
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One Day Closure of U.S. 6 in Marshall County

December 10, 2012
One Day Closure of U.S. 6 in Marshall County

  12/11/12 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces the one day closure of U.S. 6 between U.S. 31 and Lilac Road beginning at 6:30 a.m. Wednesday, December 12th through 7 p.m., weather permitting. The closure is necessary to ensure driver safety while crews set beams for the new U.S. 31 overpass. A detour...
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Volunteers Needed to Ring the Bell for the Salvation Army Red Kettles

December 10, 2012
Volunteers Needed to Ring the Bell for the Salvation Army Red Kettles

 12/11/12 Much interest was stirred by LaPorte’s Reverend Billy Nichrand’s record-breaking bell-ringing fundraiser.  For 2 ½ days he remained on his feet ringing a bell for Salvation Army in an attempt to raise $5,000 to help those with needs in LaPorte County.   Congratulation to Pastor Nickrand for exceeding his goal and raising $6,300 with...
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County Council News

December 10, 2012
County Council News

12/11/12 Members of the Marshall County Council approved a number of transfers and additional appropriations during their meeting on Monday.  Since it is at the end of the year there were nearly two dozen transfers that were approved so that all line items in the budget would end the year in the black. Council...
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Special Santa Visit at Conservation Clubhouse, Reservations Needed

December 10, 2012
Special Santa Visit at Conservation Clubhouse, Reservations Needed

  12/11/12 Santa is taking a break from the North Pole to come to the Conservation Clubhouse on Sunday, December 16th. Your child will enter a winter wonderland and be read “The Night Before Christmas”. Then Santa will arrive with gifts and each child’s name will be announced to come receive their gift from...
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Church Orchestra Performs at Miller’s

December 10, 2012
Church Orchestra Performs at Miller’s

  12/11/12 The Marshall County Church Orchestra performed their annual Christmas concert at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Thursday evening December 6th at 7:00 p.m.  The orchestra tells the story of the birth of Christ titled “Who Shall Come” through traditional Christmas hymns and Bible scripture.    The concert drew big a crowd with an...
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FINAL 2012 EVENT: Tri-County Christmas Bird Count

December 10, 2012
FINAL 2012 EVENT: Tri-County Christmas Bird Count

  12/11/12  Are you interested in bird watching? Want to learn how to identify birds? Come bare the cold, or heat wave-it is Indiana, and help the staff and volunteers at Potawatomi Park identify and track bird populations on the park grounds. All count data is also forwarded to the National Audubon Society for...
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MAKE YOUR LIST AND CHECK IT TWICE—FOR SAFETY

December 10, 2012
MAKE YOUR LIST AND CHECK IT TWICE—FOR SAFETY

  12/11/12 The holiday season is a time for celebrating and giving gifts. However, some toys and gifts can pose a hazard for children.  December is National Toys and Gifts Safety Month and State health officials want to remind parents to take care when buying toys and gifts for children and adolescents. “It is...
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