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Gleaning Day at the Plymouth Farmer’s Market

August 20, 2012
Gleaning Day at the Plymouth Farmer’s Market

  08/21/12 Plymouth Farmer’s Market is holding a Gleaning day at the market on Saturday, August 25 to help raise donations to support the Neighborhood Center.  The Plymouth Farmer’s Market is held each Saturday through October 13th from 7:30 am through 11:30 am.  It is located at the intersection of Garro and River Streets...
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FOP 195 Motorcycle Road Run this Saturday

August 20, 2012
FOP 195 Motorcycle Road Run this Saturday

 8/21/12  For the fifth year, motorcycle riders from several Indiana counties will be riding together to raise funds for the many programs of the Plymouth FOP Lodge 195.  Despite a downpour of rain last year, 63 undaunted riders raised some $6,000-$7,000. According to ride organizer Jeff Stewart, donations from local merchants and individuals for...
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Planting Pride in Plymouth BulbFundraiser

August 20, 2012
Planting Pride in Plymouth BulbFundraiser

 08/21/12 A great way to make your yard and flower garden more colorful next spring is to plant bulbs this fall! TheAmericain Bloom – Planting Pride inPlymouthcommittee is selling Flower Bulbs as a fund raiser for their beautification projects.  They have Crocus, Hyacinth, Tulips and Daffodils.  The sale runs till September 24, 2012; delivery...
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Miller’s Summer Picnic, Surprise for Gladys Umbaugh

August 20, 2012
Miller’s Summer Picnic, Surprise for Gladys Umbaugh

  08/21/12 Miller’s Senior Living Community was full of fun and surprises on Friday afternoon, August 17th.  The fun started with the annual Lazy, Hazy Crazy Days of Summer picnic.  The dietary staff grilled hot dogs, hamburgers and chicken and added all the trimmings for a summer picnic.  Following the picnic Jerry Holcomb of...
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Council Gets First Look at 2013 Budget Requests

August 19, 2012
Council Gets First Look at 2013 Budget Requests

  08/20/12 Marshall County Auditor Penny Lukenbill presented copies of the General Fund and Special Funds budget for2011 and 2012 during the County Council meeting last week.  The reports indicate the expenditures for 2011, appropriations with expenditures thru the first half of this year and balances, and requests for the 2013 budget. A quick...
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Plymouth Council Aproves Acquisition Offers for Voluntary Flood Home Buyout Program

August 19, 2012
Plymouth Council Aproves Acquisition Offers for Voluntary Flood Home Buyout Program

08/20/12 The City of Plymouth has been awarded up to $530,466 in grant funding administered through the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) for the voluntary Flood Home Buyout Program.  Funds are made available to eligible communities through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and are tied to recent disaster declarations in the state. ...
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Monthly Report for Plymouth Police, Fire & EMS

August 19, 2012
Monthly Report for Plymouth Police, Fire & EMS

  08/20/12 City department heads presented their monthly reports during last week’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. Plymouth Fire and EMS responded to a total of 213 calls in July.  There were 172 EMS incidents and 17 medical assists.  Fire calls included 4 structure fires and 4 dispatched and cancelled en route,...
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Arrests by City Officers

August 19, 2012
Arrests by City Officers

  08/20/12 Plymouth Officer Derek Workman arrested 24 year old Courtney Owens of Plymouth Thursday evening about 6:30 at Wal-Mart.  Owens was arrested from stealing from her employer. Just after midnight Officer Workman arrested a pair of 21 year olds following a traffic stop at US 30 and Pioneer Drive.  Tabatha Gray of LaPorte...
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STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS ARE INVESTIGATING AN OUTBREAK OF SALMONELLA IN CANTALOUPES

August 19, 2012
STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS ARE INVESTIGATING AN OUTBREAK OF SALMONELLA IN CANTALOUPES

  08/20/12 State and federal health officials are advising all Hoosiers to discard cantaloupes purchased from July 7 to present, following an outbreak of salmonellosis which has sickened 14 Hoosiers and approximately 150 people nationwide. The Indiana State Department of Health is investigating farms in Southwest Indiana, as well as distributors and retailers, as...
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Triton School Raise $900 with “Pennies for Patients”

August 17, 2012
Triton School Raise $900 with “Pennies for Patients”

  08/20/12 Triton Jr.-Sr. High School hosts an annual campaign for the National Leukemia and Lymphoma Society entitled “Pennies for Patients”. Led by the Class of 2012, Triton students raised $930.97 to help find a cure for cancer. With the help of 475 Indiana schools a total of $615,000 was raised during the 2011-2012...
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