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Bourbon Woman Killed in Crash

October 20, 2011
Bourbon Woman Killed in Crash

10/21/11 A Bourbon woman was killed in a two vehicle accident Thursday afternoon at the intersection of U.S.30 and King Road. Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger confirmed that 72 year old Frances M. Long of Bourbon died in the emergency room of Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth at 5:48 p.m. from injuries...
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PHS Spell Bowl Team Qualifies for State

October 20, 2011
PHS Spell Bowl Team Qualifies for State

10/21/11 The PHS Spell Bowl  team has qualified for the 27th Annual Indiana Academic Spell Bowl State Finals on November 12, 2011 at Purdue University!  The team advanced after winning a tiebreaker against John Glenn High School to claim first place in Area Competition. Both PHS and John Glenn accumulated overall scores of 71...
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Dinner & Movie Event at Museum Highlights LaPorte’s Female Serial Killer

October 20, 2011
Dinner & Movie Event at Museum Highlights LaPorte’s Female Serial Killer

10/21/11 The Marshall County Museum is hosting a special dinner and film event on Friday, November 4th beginning at 6 p.m.  The fundraising event starts with a catered dinner of swiss- steak with side dishes.  Following dinner, participants will watch “The Gunness Mystery.”  a documentary, detailing the life of one of the most prolific...
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Public invited to explore the ties that Bind Education, Industry and Workforce Development in Marshall County on Nov. 16

October 20, 2011
Public invited to explore the ties that Bind Education, Industry and Workforce Development in Marshall County on Nov. 16

10/21/11 Despite the national recession and high rates of unemployment, many businesses have jobs to fill but lack qualified applicants. What roles do K-12 education, post-secondary training institutions and adult learning play in providing the skills needed for the high-demand jobs of today and tomorrow?  Marshall County residents are invited to a public conversation...
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2 Arrested for Driving Without A License

October 20, 2011
2 Arrested for Driving Without A License

10-21-11  On Sunday, October 16th at 10:30 PM, Plymouth Police Officer Gary Cleveland conducted a traffic stop at Michigan Street and Garro Street on 18 year old Sutton Baker of Plymouth.  During the routine information check it was found that Mr. Baker had never received a driver’s license.  He was taken into custody and...
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FREE DEMOCRATIC CITY COMMITTEE RALLY AND CARRY-IN DINNER!

October 20, 2011
FREE DEMOCRATIC CITY COMMITTEE RALLY AND CARRY-IN DINNER!

10/21/11 On Saturday, October 22, 2011 the Plymouth Democratic City Committee is hosting a free rally at the American Legion in Plymouth from 4:00pm – 7:00pm.  Chicken and drinks will be provided.  All residents of the city of Plymouth are invited to join us.  Those deciding to do so are invited to bring a...
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Local Dentist Offering a Free day of Dentistry

October 20, 2011
Local Dentist Offering a Free day of Dentistry

10/21/11 For the second year in a row, Dr. Chad Shaw of Family Dental Care is out to save smiles by providing those in need in the community with a day of free dentistry. Dr. Shaw, along with volunteers, will be providing fillings, extractions and cleaning to those without dental insurance or any other...
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DONNELLY STATEMENT ON DEATH OF LIBYAN DICTATOR QADDAFI

October 20, 2011
DONNELLY STATEMENT ON DEATH OF LIBYAN DICTATOR QADDAFI

10/21/11 Thursday, Congressman Joe Donnelly released the following statement after the death of Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi. “The death of Qaddafi is welcome news to the Libyan people who are seeking greater freedoms and an end to brutal oppression.  In June, I voted for a resolution granting authorization for the limited use of force...
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Manicures at Miller’s

October 20, 2011
Manicures at Miller’s

10/21/11 Mary Kay consultant Melinda Satorius takes time out of her busy schedule once a month to pamper the residents of Miller’s Senior Living in Plymouth.  Melinda enjoys spending time with the residents and often brings her three children with her to the manicure sessions.  The children interact with the “grandmas and grandpas” while...
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Coffee With Coats next Tuesday

October 19, 2011
Coffee With Coats next Tuesday

10/20/11 Mayor Mark Senter announced that U.S. Senator Dan Coats will be in Plymouth next week on Tuesday for “Coffee with Coats.” Coats is the junior United States Senator from Indiana and member of the Republican Party. He was in the United States Senate from 1989 to 1999, retired, and then returned in 2011....
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