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Memorial Day Services

May 24, 2012
Memorial Day Services

    05/25/12 Marshall County Veteran Service Officer Josh Wakeland released information for Monday’s Memorial Day Services.  At 10 a.m. there will be a short wreath ceremony on the Court House lawn.  At 10:30 Monday there will be a short ceremony on the Michigan Street Bridge over the Yellow River in downtown Plymouth with a...
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Flags and Doggie Treats at Farmers’ Market this Saturday

May 24, 2012
Flags and Doggie Treats at Farmers’ Market this Saturday

  05/25/12 The community is urged to kick off Memorial Day weekend at the Plymouth Farmers’ Market where Mayor Mark Senter will be distributing U.S. flags. St. Joseph Regional Medical Center will be sponsoring a blood drive; donors are reminded to bring a photo ID. Jan Houin of Operation Comfort will be on hand...
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Lorne Nifong Memorial Tree Planting

May 24, 2012
Lorne Nifong Memorial Tree Planting

   05/25/12 Recently students, staff, and family of Loren Nifong planted a tree in his memory at Washington Elementary School.  Loren passed away unexpectedly this spring.  For more than 50 years, Loren drove a school bus for Plymouth Community School Corporation.  Although he will be sorely missed, this tree will always be a reminder...
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PHS Band Members to March in All-State Marching Band and Indy 500 Parade

May 24, 2012
PHS Band Members to March in All-State Marching Band and Indy 500 Parade

05/25/12 Plymouth High School was notified that six members of the Pride of Plymouth Marching Band were selected to march in the Indiana All-State Marching Band at the Indianapolis 500 Festival Parade on Memorial Day. Students from high school band programs throughout Indiana are selected for this event based on teacher recommendation and student...
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Triton Superintendent Retiring

May 24, 2012
Triton Superintendent Retiring

   05/25/12 Triton School Corporation Superintendent Carl Hilling will be stepping down within the next few weeks. Hilling first came to the Triton Schools in July of 2008.     Hilling previously served as superintendent in the Gaylord Community Schools, Gaylord, MI (January 2000-June 2006); Bridgman Public Schools (1996-2000);  Parma City School District, Parma, Oh...
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PAY ATTENTION TO FIREWORKS LAWS AND SAFETY THIS MEMORIAL DAY

May 24, 2012
PAY ATTENTION TO FIREWORKS LAWS AND SAFETY THIS MEMORIAL DAY

   05/25/12 Many people associate fireworks with Independence Day, but Memorial Day is another holiday widely celebrated with fireworks. The Indiana Fire Marshal’s Office, a division the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS), and the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) warn Hoosiers to be aware of local fireworks laws and to use care...
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Call Out for 2012 Senior Classic Games

May 24, 2012
Call Out for 2012 Senior Classic Games

  05/25/12 Calling all senior citizens!!! Scott Michel of the Plymouth Park Department and Anna Corbett of Miller’s Senior Living Community are pleased to announce that it is time for the 2012 Senior Classic Games.  The games are open to any senior man or woman.  The games will be held in Plymouth’s Centennial Park and...
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Culver Academies Quizbowl Team finishes Sixth at Midwest Championship, defeats National #4 IMSA and #19 New Trier.

May 24, 2012
Culver Academies Quizbowl Team finishes Sixth at Midwest Championship, defeats National #4 IMSA and #19 New Trier.

    05/25/12 The Culver Quizbowl team placed sixth at the Midwest Championship at Northwestern University this past weekend. The Eagles, ranked nationally at #49, defeated eventual Midwest Champions Illinois Math and Science Academy 335-320, handing IMSA, ranked nationally at #4, one of the only three losses they suffered all weekend (they finished 19-3). Culver...
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Seniors Warned of Scams…at Miller’s

May 24, 2012
Seniors Warned of Scams…at Miller’s

   05/25/12 Miller’s Senior Living Community opened its door to Adult Protective Services for a presentation titled “No Scare, but Be Aware”.  Megan McNichols, Long Term Care Ombudsman opened the discussion by explaining what an ombudsman does. “The word ombudsman is a Swedish word,” explained McNichols. “It means ‘citizen’s representative’.  A long-term care ombudsman...
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Inmate Escapes from Starke County Jail

May 23, 2012
Inmate Escapes from Starke County Jail

   05/24/12 Starke County Police say 30 year old Joshua Hunnicutt from Winamac escaped from Starke County Jail around 4 p.m. Wednesday.  Hunnicutt apparently went over a fence at the jail and headed south down the alley. Police believe his girlfriend, 25 year old Rachel Berdine was waiting for him nearby in a 1995...
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