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United Way of Marshall County: Supporting Education through Boys and Girls Clubs

October 6, 2015
United Way of Marshall County:  Supporting Education through Boys and Girls Clubs

How are you at solving a Rubik’s Cube puzzle, or building an outdoor shed or playhouse, or assisting with a community garden?  These are but a few of the educational activities offered on a daily basis for youngsters attending the Boys and Girls Club of Marshall County in Plymouth. And that’s just one of...
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Wythougan Valley Preservation Council’s Annual Meeting Friday

October 6, 2015
Wythougan Valley Preservation Council’s Annual Meeting Friday

The public is invited to the Wythougan Valley Preservation Council’s annual meeting at 6:00 p.m. this Friday, October 9 at the Old Culver Depot. Board members will be serving chili for a $5 donation and Jeff Kenney is giving an informative program on the history of Culver and Lake Maxinkuckee. Daniel McDonald Preservation Awards will be presented...
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PHS Queen Court

October 6, 2015
PHS Queen Court

The Plymouth High School homecoming queen ballot is out! One of five lovely ladies will be crowded the Plymouth High School Homecoming queen this Friday during halftime of the football game! Contestants are: Randi Dunn, Meghan Egierski, Kayla Hoober, Lacy Poczik and Audrey Pratt   Staff and students of Plymouth High School and the Weidner School...
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2 North Liberty Youth Arrested for Burglary at Granny’s Market in Toto

October 6, 2015
2 North Liberty Youth Arrested for Burglary at Granny’s Market in Toto

On Friday, October 2nd deputies with the Starke County Sheriff’s Department responded to a burglary that occurred at Granny’s Market located in Toto.  During the investigation officers were able to obtain video of the incident and identified the two male suspects. Starke County officers arrested 20 year old Aaron Peretti and 19 year old...
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REMC Offers High Voltage Safety Demo

October 6, 2015
REMC Offers High Voltage Safety Demo

Marshall County REMC will be offering a high voltage live line safety demonstration on Friday, October 9th at 5:00 p.m. at the REMC building at 11299 12th Road.  The safety demonstration is geared toward local firemen, safety responders, police, and farmers. Emily Howard, Communications Specialist with the Marshall County REMC said anyone who may need to...
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Donate blood with the Red Cross to Support Cancer Patients

October 6, 2015
Donate blood with the Red Cross to Support Cancer Patients

During Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, the American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to give blood to support cancer patients and others needing blood products. According to the American Cancer Society, breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women in the U.S., with one in eight developing invasive breast cancer in...
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BMV Announces Columbus Day Closure

October 6, 2015
BMV Announces Columbus Day Closure

The Commissioner of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV), announced today that all BMV license branches will be closed Saturday, October 10th through Monday, October 12th in observance of the Columbus Day holiday. All license branches across the state will resume regularly scheduled business hours on Tuesday, October 13th. For a complete list of branch locations...
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City Changes Online Bill Payment Vendor

October 6, 2015
City Changes Online Bill Payment Vendor

The City of Plymouth is in the process of changing software providers which will change the company that handles the online bill payment process through the City’s website. The city has put a notification on their website about the change to ACI Official Payments.   Plymouth customers can pay utility bills or hangar rental payments...
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Pumpkin Carving Program at Plymouth Library

October 6, 2015
Pumpkin Carving Program at Plymouth Library

The Plymouth Public Library is sponsoring their annual Pumpkin Carving Program on Saturday, October 17.  Children have an opportunity to carve their very own special pumpkin for Halloween. Mom and or dad are required to attend and help and that makes it a wonderful family project. The Friends of the Library supply the pumpkins...
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Lower Winter Heating Bills Expected for NIPSCO Customers

October 6, 2015
Lower Winter Heating Bills Expected for NIPSCO Customers

On Tuesday NIPSCO announced its forecast for home heating bills this upcoming winter heating season. Based on current market projections and assuming normal winter weather year-over-year, bills for natural gas residential customers are estimated to be 30 percent lower compared to last winter. Over the course of the upcoming five-month winter heating season – Nov....
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