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Winter Recreation Safety Tips from the DNR

December 25, 2013
Winter Recreation Safety Tips from the DNR

12/26/13 Indiana Conservation Officers would like to remind the public how to be safe while recreating this winter. Whether it is heading to our favorite ice fishing spot, cross country skiing at Potato Creek State Park, or riding along Indiana’s longest snowmobile trail, The Buffalo Run, it’s important to remember a few key safety...
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Mayor’s Blood Drive this Saturday

December 25, 2013
Mayor’s Blood Drive this Saturday

12/26/13  “Pick Your Present” when you donate blood at the South Bend Medical Foundation’s blood drive this weekend.  Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter will hold a Blood Drive on Saturday, December 28th from 8 A.M. till 12:00 P.M.  The Blood Drive will be held at the Earthworks Market located at 701 East Jefferson Street in Plymouth.  To...
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November Activity Report for Plymouth Fire

December 23, 2013
November Activity Report for Plymouth Fire

  12/24/13 Emergency responders with the Plymouth Fire Department had a total of 165 alarms during November.  Fire alarm situations included 119 emergency medical incidents, 14 times they were cancelled en route, has 12 medical assists, 4 structure fires, 2 combustible spills or leaks, 2 wiring issues and 2 god intent calls.  Fire also...
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Christmas & New Year’s Holiday Trash Schedule

December 23, 2013
Christmas & New Year’s Holiday Trash Schedule

  12/24/13 Plymouth’s Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt released information on the Christmas and New Year’s holiday trash and recycling schedules.  Plymouth city residents should know that due to Christmas being on Wednesday, trash and recycling will be pushed back one day later than usual.  Wednesday’s route will be run on Thursday and Thursday’s route...
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2 Injured in Carsh at US31 & St. Rd. 110

December 23, 2013
2 Injured in Carsh at US31 & St. Rd. 110

  12/24/13  On Monday, December 23rd at approximately 2:00 p.m. the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a report of a two vehicle personal injury accident at the intersection of US 31 and State Road 110.   Arriving on the scene County Officer Les McFarland advised that Brent A. Hensler of Rochester who was driving...
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Culver Man Arrested Following Accident at 30 & King Road

December 23, 2013
Culver Man Arrested Following Accident at 30 & King Road

  12/24/13 On Friday, December 20th at approximately 5:20 p.m.  the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received several 9-1-1 calls in reference to a dark colored Dodge pickup truck traveling on Lincoln Highway.  Callers suspected the driver to be impaired due to his poor driving. Several officers began to patrol the area in an attempt...
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Six Simple Tips to Make year-end Charity Donations go Further

December 23, 2013
Six Simple Tips to Make year-end Charity Donations go Further

  12/24/13 The end of the year is always a time when Hoosiers reexamine supporting a charity or school. Donors can help support organizations making a difference in their own communities and it is a good time to add up charitable donations for tax purposes. But tax laws can be tricky. While there are...
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Youth Leadership Marshall County Participants Learn About History and Etiquette

December 23, 2013
Youth Leadership Marshall County Participants Learn About History and Etiquette

  12/24/13 Youth Leadership Marshall County participants were able to explore Marshall County’s rich history at their December meeting.   The meeting was held at the Marshall County Museum Historic Crossroads Center earlier this month.   The group started their meeting with an etiquette lesson and networking dinner. Participants learned the basics of dinner...
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Annual Red & Green Party at Miller’s

December 23, 2013
Annual Red & Green Party at Miller’s

  12/24/13  Staff and volunteers of Miller’s Senior Living Community held their annual Red and Green Party for the residents on Monday, December 23 at 2:00 p.m. in the Oak Hill Café.   The Red and Green Party has become a tradition that grows a little bit bigger each year.  Staff and residents look forward...
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Make Regular Blood Donation a New Year’s Resolution

December 23, 2013
Make Regular Blood Donation a New Year’s Resolution

    12/24/13 With the beginning of a new year comes a fresh start. New Year’s resolutions are often made to form good habits and reach new goals. This New Year’s, the American Red Cross encourages people to resolve to help patients in need through regular blood donations. As the winter season continues, blood...
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