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March of Dimes, Indiana Hospital Association Recognize SJRMC’s Work to Improve

September 5, 2014
March of Dimes, Indiana Hospital Association Recognize SJRMC’s Work to Improve

March of Dimes and the Indiana Hospital Association (IHA) recognized Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center’s (SJRMC) Plymouth and Mishawaka locations at the Indiana Perinatal Hospital Summit today for their work to reduce the number of elective inductions and cesarean deliveries performed before 39 completed weeks of pregnancy. “At SJRMC we recognize that the last...
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Bremen Police Report for 8/29 thru 9/4

September 5, 2014
Bremen Police Report for 8/29 thru 9/4

It was a much slower week for the Bremen Police Department. Chief Hassel released the activity report for August 29th through September 4th. Bremen police officers issued a total of 22 traffic citations and 27 traffic warnings. They investigated a property damage accident at Sunday, August 31st at 181 Meadowlark Lane. Officers also arrested...
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Schricker New Member to Downtown Revitilization Committee

September 5, 2014
Schricker New Member to Downtown Revitilization Committee

Wednesday night members of the Downtown Revitalization Committee welcomed newest member, George Schricker. Schricker was selected to replace Brent Martin who resigned at his last meeting as the PIDCO representative. Other members include Mark Gidley from the PIDCO board, Bob Beiter and Dave Morrow representatives of the Plymouth Park Board, Dan Tyree and Tom...
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Severe T-storms are possible this afternoon. Wind in excess of 50 mph possible. Heat index could reach mid 90′s

September 5, 2014
Severe T-storms are possible this afternoon. Wind in excess of 50 mph possible. Heat index could reach mid 90′s

National Weather Service is advising of the potential for Severe Thunderstorms this afternoon into this evening. The greatest threat from these storms could be wind gusts in excess of 58 mph and hail up to 1 in. in diameter. There is a slight risk of a Tornado occurring with these storms. Reminder: All thunderstorms...
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Wall Of Honor Ceremony for Plymouth National Guard Member Killed in Afghanistan

September 4, 2014
Wall Of Honor Ceremony for Plymouth National Guard Member Killed in Afghanistan

The Marshall County community is invited to attend a “Wall of Honor” ceremony this Saturday, September 6th at the Plymouth National Guard Armory. The special service is in honor of SPC Arronn D. Fields, a member of the 381st MP Unit out of the Plymouth Armory who lost his life while serving his country...
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Congresswoman Visits PHS

September 4, 2014
Congresswoman Visits PHS

Congresswoman Jackie Walorski made a stop at Plymouth High School on Thursday as part of her northern Indiana educational tour. While at PHS, Walorski was able to see the school’s most progressive programs including Project Lead the Way, ITAMCO Manufacturing Center (precision manufacturing classroom) and Weidner School of Inquiry. Guides for the tour were...
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May Resigns from ABC Board

September 4, 2014
May Resigns from ABC Board

This week members of the Marshall County Alcohol Beverage Commission received notice of the resignation of Katy May from Culver. May was first appointed by the Marshall County Commissioners in 2009 and has been appointed annually since. Prior to the meeting May told Excise Officer Michelle Trauhber and local board members Vida Creed and...
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Park Board Approved Contract for Dance Classes

September 4, 2014
Park Board Approved Contract for Dance Classes

Tuesday night members of the Plymouth Park Board approved a contract with Angela Blancovargas to conduct dance classes at the Webster Center. Classes are scheduled to begin on Tuesday, September 9th and will continue through February 2015. The contract provides for the Park Department to receive 10% of the profits from the classes. In...
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Frank “Pops” Holloway – A Plymouth Fan of All Sports

September 4, 2014
Frank “Pops” Holloway – A Plymouth Fan of All Sports

Frank “Pops” Holloway, passed away July 13, 2013. He was 99 years old. A memorial fund was established by the Holloway family for PHS Athletics. A Plymouth fan of all sports, he had a history of over 65 years of supporting Big Red athletic teams. “Pops” consistently came early to PHS games and could...
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Susan Taylor joins Johnson-Danielson Funeral Home Staff

September 4, 2014
Susan Taylor joins Johnson-Danielson Funeral Home Staff

Susan Taylor is the newly appointed Preplanning and After Care Consultant at the Johnson-Danielson Funeral Home. She arrives at a time that the funeral home is celebrating 135 years of service to the area and will be able to assist families with these important details. Susan and her husband Todd are raising their family...
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