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Potato Creek Job Fair March 15th

March 13, 2014
Potato Creek Job Fair March 15th

  03/14/14 Potato Creek State Park will be holding a Job Fair on Saturday, March 15th to attract applicants for approximately 15 seasonal positions.  The Job Fair will be held at the Park’s Nature Center from 9 until noon (E.S.T.) The Park is located on State Road 4 three miles east of North Liberty....
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EARTHWORKS MARKET TO HOST ST. PATRICK’S DAY MEAL

March 13, 2014
EARTHWORKS MARKET TO HOST ST. PATRICK’S DAY MEAL

  On Monday, March 17, Earthworks Market is offering the first of three boardinghouse-style meals.  Held at the Earthworks Market, 900 West Jefferson Street in Plymouth, the Irish Boardinghouse Meal will offer family-style house-made corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, carrots, Irish colcannon, homemade bread and Irish soda bread, as well as two desserts. Starting at...
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Triton Elementary Seeks Support for Field Day Activities

March 13, 2014
Triton Elementary Seeks Support for Field Day Activities

  03/14/14 Triton Elementary School is approaching the end of the year field day a little differently this year.  Each teacher will have a “family” team composed of a few students from each grade level (K-6) to compete in the end of the year celebration event. On that day, teams hope to have matching...
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Grow Hope this Spring

March 13, 2014
Grow Hope this Spring

  03/14/14 Get rooted in the Red Cross this spring. Donate blood and platelets and become part of its ever growing family tree; joining about 3.3 million blood donors nationwide in a lifesaving cause. According to Tracy Fox, Communications Manager for the American Red Cross Indiana-Ohio Blood Services Region, “Every two seconds someone in...
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Tony Stewart Returns to Newton Center

March 13, 2014
Tony Stewart Returns to Newton Center

  03/14/14 NASCAR driver and team owner Tony Stewart returns to The Newton Center at 601 North Michigan Street in Lakeville, on August 14, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., in support of the “Little Hoosier 100” which will be held July 26th and 27th, at Newton Park. This year Tony will do a...
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City Board to look at Garro Street Parking Issue

March 13, 2014
City Board to look at Garro Street Parking Issue

  03/13/14 Plymouth Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt asked members of the Board of Public Works and Safety for their recommendation on the parking on Garro Street at River Park Square. Monday night Marquardt said a temporary parking restriction on both sides of Garro Street last year during construction.  Now that the majority of the...
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City Board of Works Awards

March 13, 2014
City Board of Works Awards

   03/13/14 Monday evening the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety awarded the quote for a half-ton pick-up for the Waste Water Department to low quote of County Auto.  Their quote was $25,169…$320 dollars lower than Oliver Ford.  They also awarded the quote for a three-quarter ton truck with service mount unit and...
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Tickets Available for Care and Share Annual Meeting

March 12, 2014
Tickets Available for Care and Share Annual Meeting

03/13/14 Care and Share of Marshall County will celebrate 10 years of ministry with their annual dinner at the Pretty Lake Trinity United Methodist Church.  Care and Share of Marshall County is faith based and committed to validating the needs of Marshall County families in crisis by providing assistance for proper aid by directing individuals to...
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Senator Coats Guest Speaker at Farm Bureau Luncheon

March 12, 2014
Senator Coats Guest Speaker at Farm Bureau Luncheon

  03/12/14  On Wednesday, March 19th, Senator Dan Coats will be the guest speaker at a luncheon sponsored by the Indiana Farm Bureau.  Sen ator Coats will be addressing issues such as the Farm Bill and regulation of the Agricultural Industry. Marshall County Farm Bureau is hosting the event at Christo’s Banquet Center in Plymouth. ...
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Library’s Brown Bag Lunch Features Orphan Train

March 12, 2014
Library’s Brown Bag Lunch Features Orphan Train

  Bring your sack lunch to the Marshall County Museum this Friday, March 14 from 12-1 for the next Brown Bag Lunch event.   Karin Hight Rettinger, museum research specialist, will talk about the “little wanderers” that rode an orphan train in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s from the East Coast making a stop...
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