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Charbonneau Selected as 2011 Henry Toll Fellow

September 7, 2011
Charbonneau Selected as 2011 Henry Toll Fellow

09/08/11 State Senator Ed Charbonneau (R-Valparaiso) has been selected to participate in this year’s prestigious Henry Toll Fellowship Program sponsored by the Council of State Governments (CSG). Charbonneau will join 47 others from across the nation Sept. 9-14 at the training event in Lexington, Ky.  He will be the only Indiana official participating in...
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Website Provides Information on Historic Hoham Mansion

September 7, 2011
Website Provides Information on Historic Hoham Mansion

09/08/11 Earlier this summer the WTCA “What’s Your Opinion Show” had the opportunity to interview Andrew Sporner who purchased the Hoham mansion on State Road 17 at the curve.  The house has been rumored to be part of the Underground Railroad for many years.  Sporner was born and grew up in Plymouth, then moved...
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New Tech High School at PHS Moving Forward

September 7, 2011
New Tech High School at PHS Moving Forward

09/08/11 As the preparation for the New Tech High School within the Plymouth High School building moves forward, funding for the project is also keeping pace. During the School board meeting on September 6, Superintendent Daniel Tyree said they have been able to receive commitments for $311, 000 from grants and community members who...
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Official Blueberry Parking Takes a $20,000 Hit

September 7, 2011
Official Blueberry Parking Takes a $20,000 Hit

09/08/11 The official Blueberry Festival parking on the grounds of Plymouth High School has long been a great source of funding for many of the extracurricular activities for the schools. This year, however, the pot took a $20,000 hit. Using the school facilities for parking started sometime the 1980′s, but there are only statistics...
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ACMC to Meet Saturday at 10

September 7, 2011
ACMC to Meet Saturday at 10

09/08/11 The September meeting of The Arts Council of Marshall County will be held this Saturday, September 10th at the Heartland Artists Galley on Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth at 10 a.m.  All are welcome to join us to plan fall activities. For more information, call Jerry Nikitas at 574-780-4089
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Judy Delp Asks Park Board to Review Facts of Gina Young Firing

September 6, 2011
Judy Delp Asks Park Board to Review Facts of Gina Young Firing

09/07/11 Tuesday evening members of the Plymouth Park Board heard the request of Judy Delp to look into the termination of Gina Young, the City’s Park Recreation Director.  Young was fired on August 8th.  She said, “I address this board as an interested citizen who is concerned for fairness.”  She admitted to being a...
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Traffic on US 31 in LaPaz Detoured fos Semi Crash

September 6, 2011
Traffic on US 31 in LaPaz Detoured fos Semi Crash

09/07/11 Drivers on US 31 in LaPaz found the road closed Tuesday morning due to a single vehicle accident involving a semi tractor trailer and the State Highway bridge over the train tracks. The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a call of an accident on U.S. 31 at 2:41 a.m. Tuesday morning when a...
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City to Host September 11th Memorial Ceremony

September 6, 2011
City to Host September 11th Memorial Ceremony

09/07/11 Mayor Mark Senter would like to invite everyone to the City of Plymouth’s 9/11 Memorial Ceremony at 6 p.m. to honor those involved in the tragedy that happened 10 years ago.  There will be a silent procession of Emergency Vehicles from the corner of Michigan and Baker Streets to the Young Amphitheater where...
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DAV Moble Service Office to be in Plymouth

September 6, 2011
DAV Moble Service Office to be in Plymouth

09/07/11 So many veterans feel confused about benefits and services they’ve earned. There’s so much to know…and so many changes from one year to the next. That’s why the non-profit Disabled American Veterans (D-A-V) offers help.  The DAV Mobile Service Office will be in Plymouth on Thursday, September 22nd to personally provide the best...
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Plymouth Holiday Trash Pick-up Schedule

September 6, 2011
Plymouth Holiday Trash Pick-up Schedule

09/07/11 The Plymouth Street Department is reminding city residents that trash pick-up will be altered this week because of the Labor Day Holiday. Due to the holiday on Monday, trash pick-up schedules will be moved back one day.  Allied Waste was closed on Monday, September 5th and will begin picking-up trash and recycling in Plymouth beginning on...
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