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Plymouth & Bourbon Battle Fire in Woods

April 20, 2014

  04/21/14 Firefighters from Plymouth and Bourbon responded to a forest fire Sunday evening just after 7.  As passerby called 9-1-1 and the Marshall County Dispatch Center sent the Plymouth Fire Department to the area of Hawthorn and 12th Road.  Fire Chief Rod Miller said the fire had started in a field near the...
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Free Art Class

April 20, 2014
Free Art Class

Through the generosity of Marshall County Community Foundation, Heartland Artists Gallery is going to be able to offer free art classes to the residents of Marshall County.  Throughout the year we will be offering “free classes” at least once a month.                                        Artistic jewelry, the first class in this series will be taught by...
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County Drainage Board Monday

April 20, 2014
County Drainage Board Monday

04/21/14 The Marshall County Drainage Board will meet Monday morning at 8:30 in the second floor meeting room of the County Building.   Agenda for the meeting includes a public hearing on the Dogwood Road Drain and Marburger Ditch.  About 9 a.m. the board will discuss the 7th Road Project.  CHA Engineering will discuss the...
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World Book Night Event at Miller’s Senior Living

April 20, 2014
World Book Night Event at Miller’s Senior Living

04/21/14 World book Night is an annual celebration dedicated to spreading the love of reading – person to person.  Each year on April 23, tens of thousands of people go out into their communities and give half a million FREE World book Night paperbacks to light and non-readers. Shirley Bergman of Plymouth will be...
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Triton Students Travel to J.A. Biztown in Ft. Wayne

April 19, 2014
Triton Students Travel to J.A. Biztown in Ft. Wayne

The sixth grade students at Triton Elementary took a field trip to Fort Wayne to the Junior Achievement Biztown facility. The students have been participating in a 19 lesson curriculum education program through JA Biztown. Throughout the program students are encouraged to use critical thinking skills to learn key economic concepts as they explore...
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23rd Marshall County D.A..R.E. Banquet May 15th

April 18, 2014
23rd Marshall County D.A..R.E. Banquet May 15th

The 23RD annual Project D.A.R.E. of Marshall County banquet will be held on Thursday May 15,  at 6:30pm, at Christo’s Banquet Center at 830 East Lincolnway East in Plymouth.  The banquet is open to the public and is for the purpose of recognizing D.A.R.E. students from the school districts in Marshall County who were...
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Triton Elementary Rock to the 50′s

April 18, 2014
Triton Elementary Rock to the 50′s

Students at Triton Elementary School rocked out with 50′s Day on Friday, April 11th.  Students dressed the part of Elvis and other 50′s personalities and enjoyed performing musical hits like “Blue Suede Shoes” for the many visitors. Students also enjoyed celebrating the day with root beer floats.  Pictured are fourth grade students from Mrs....
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Plymouth School Board Interviews 4 Candidates for Cook’s Seat

April 17, 2014
Plymouth School Board Interviews 4 Candidates for Cook’s Seat

04/18/14 Thursday evening the Plymouth School Board conducted a special public meeting to interview candidates for the seat vacated by the recent resignation of Gary Cook.  Although an elected position, the statutory process requires candidates to submit a letter of interest.  If interviews are conducted, they must be in a public meeting, thus the...
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Notorious Meth Cook Nets 28 Year Prison Sentence

April 17, 2014
Notorious Meth Cook Nets 28 Year Prison Sentence

04/18/14 Chief Deputy Prosecutor Nelson Chipman lamented today that “for the last 6 or 7 years, one name consistently came up over and over in the overwhelming number of  meth related cases handled by local law enforcement.”  “In my opinion,” said Chipman, “Otis Young is responsible for getting more people, particularly young females, addicted...
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Mayor’s Youth Council Seeks Participation in Cleanup for Yellow River & City Parks

April 17, 2014
Mayor’s Youth Council Seeks Participation in Cleanup for Yellow River & City Parks

04/18/14  In 1970 Earth Day became an official holiday to raise concern about the changing environment around us.  We only have one Earth, so it is a necessity to pay attention and take care of the environment.  In honor of the environmental movement of Earth Day, the Mayor’s Youth Council will be hosting an...
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