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Plymouth Schools Continue Re-districting Project

March 8, 2012
Plymouth Schools Continue Re-districting Project

03/09/12 Dr. Jerome McKibben readily admits that he doesn’t have a crystal ball that allows him to see into the future, but his training an experience in the field of demographic forecasting has proven to be extremely accurate. McKibben has been working with the Plymouth Schools over the last several months to help them...
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Pension Board Meeting for Fire Department

March 8, 2012
Pension Board Meeting for Fire Department

  03/09/12  Plymouth Fire Chief Rodney Miller announced Thursday a pension board meeting.  The Plymouth Fire Department will conduct a pension board meeting on Monday, March 12, 2012 at the Plymouth Fire Department, 111 North Center Street, beginning at 8:30am.  This meeting has been called due to the resignation of firefighter/paramedic Mark Berger.
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Open House for Brendan Muller, Candidate for House of Representative 2nd District

March 8, 2012
Open House for Brendan Muller, Candidate for House of Representative 2nd District

  03/09/12 Marshall County Democrats will have the opportunity to meet candidate Brendan Muller this weekend. Democratic incumbent Joe Donnelly, who has represented the 2nd district since 2007, will run for the U.S. Senate rather than for re-election to the House of Representatives. Brendan Mullen, a U.S. Army veteran and military contractor will seek the...
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Arts Council Meeting Saturday

March 8, 2012
Arts Council Meeting Saturday

  03/09/10 The Arts Council of Marshall County will conduct their March meeting this Saturday, March 10th at 10:00 A.M. at the Heartland Artists building located at 103 West LaPorte Street in Downtown Plymouth.  All interested parties are welcome to attend.  For more information contact Jerry Nikitas. (574-780-4089)
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Top Junior College Teams in the Country Visit the LifePlex

March 8, 2012
Top Junior College Teams in the Country Visit the LifePlex

03/09/12 The madness of March gets an early start in Plymouth with National Junior College Athletic Association District 12 basketball tournament this weekend at the LifePlex. Ancilla College was chosen as the host this year tournament with eight teams, four of the top women’s and four of the top men’s from the MCCAA Western...
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Disability survey seeks input on livable communities in Indiana

March 8, 2012
Disability survey seeks input on livable communities in Indiana

  03/09/12 How do people with disabilities in Indiana feel about the communities in which they live? Do communities strive to maximize independence, assure safety and security, promote inclusiveness and provide access? The Indiana Institute on Disability and Community at Indiana University, in collaboration with the Governor’s Council for People with Disabilities and Protection...
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Miller’s Residents Create Greeting Cards

March 8, 2012
Miller’s Residents Create Greeting Cards

03/09/12 Mary Wraight of handcreatedcards@yahoo.com led a group of Miller’s residents in a card making project on Wednesday afternoon.  Wraight has been creating cards, specialty frames and other craft projects for several years and has recently taken her business a step further by going into nursing and assisted living facilities and holding home parties....
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Court Orders Todd Wagoner’s Dog Euthanized

March 7, 2012
Court Orders Todd Wagoner’s Dog Euthanized

  03/08/ Last week, Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman arrested 46 year old Todd Wagoner on a warrant for harboring a non-immunized dog and cruelty to an animal with a prior charge.  At that same time Wagoner’s dog, Shyrtkee, a wolf-dog hybrid was transported to the Marshall County Humane Society for a mandatory 10...
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County Commissioners Approve Creation of Safety Committee

March 7, 2012
County Commissioners Approve Creation of Safety Committee

   03/08/12 Mike Miley from Gibson Insurance discussed a proposal to create a Safety Committee for Marshall County Government during the Commissioner’s meeting Monday. Miley said, “The mission of the committee is to reduce and eliminate workplace injuries and illnesses through identification of causes and to promote safety by making employees award of their...
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High Winds Cause Tree to Fall on Power Lines, Starts Fire

March 7, 2012
High Winds Cause Tree to Fall on Power Lines, Starts Fire

   03/08/12  Plymouth Fire Department responded to the scene of a grass fire Wednesday afternoon near Ivory Court, a subdivision off of Michigan Street. High gusts of wind felled a large tree near the railroad tracks, causing the tree to pull down a power line.   Plymouth fire chief Rod Miller said that the...
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