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Pretty Lake Apartment Fire Ruled Accidential

April 29, 2011
Pretty Lake Apartment Fire Ruled Accidential

04/30/11 Firefighters from Plymouth, Argos, Culver and Polk Township responded to a structure fire at 4:59 p.m. Thursday at the Pretty Lake Apartments on Pretty Lake Trail.  Plymouth Fire Chief Andy Metsker said the cause of the fire has been determined at accidental.  As resident was smoking a cigar and left it, he thought...
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Yellow River Still on the Rise

April 28, 2011
Yellow River Still on the Rise

04/29/11 Mayor Mark Senter is keeping a watchful eye on the Yellow River. The river is coming out of it banks in many areas of town but no streets or homes appear to be in immediate danger.  According to the National Weather Service the Yellow River was at 12.01 at 10:45 a.m. Thursday morning...
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Plymouth Man Attempts Suicide by Jumping off US 30 Overpass

April 28, 2011
Plymouth Man Attempts Suicide by Jumping off US 30 Overpass

04/29/11 Plymouth Police Investigator Ted Brown is investigating an incident that happened early Wednesday morning.  Sometime between the hours of 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. Wednesday a male subject was found on Western Avenue.  It appeared that he had jumped off the U.S. 30 overpass onto Western Avenue.  44 year old Brian Kersey apparently...
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Pursuit leads to Arrest of Walkerton Woman

April 28, 2011
Pursuit leads to Arrest of Walkerton Woman

04/29/11  On Thursday, April 28th just after 2 a.m.  Plymouth Police Officer Tim Taberski conducted a traffic stop near Christo’s Restaurant on North Michigan Street after receiving a hit on the driver, 36 year old Lisa O’Donnell of Walkerton.  O’Donnell had several warrants out for her arrest from seven counties.  During the initial traffic...
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A Dream Project Nears Completion

April 28, 2011
A Dream Project Nears Completion

04/29/11 An ailing young Plymouth girls dream of finally having a bedroom of her home is about to come true. Volunteers from the Plymouth Kiwanis and dozens of others in the Marshall County Community have been giving of their time and talent over the past month to make it come true. 11-year-old Destiny Cartwright...
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Park Department Offers Fly Fishing Lessons

April 28, 2011
Park Department Offers Fly Fishing Lessons

04/29/11 Plymouth Park Department Recreation Director, Gina Young is announcing sign-ups for Fly Fishing lessons. Sign-ups are now being accepted for both the beginner and advanced May 14 fly fishing sessions which are sponsored by the Plymouth Park Department.    Both classes will be held at the Webster Center. The beginning session starts at 10...
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Ancilla’s Beaver, Reel Earn All-Indiana Academic Honors

April 28, 2011
Ancilla’s Beaver, Reel Earn All-Indiana Academic Honors

04/29/11  Ancilla College students Amber Beaver and Mark Reel were both named to the All-Indiana Academic Team at a recent luncheon in Indianapolis sponsored by Phi Theta Kappa, the College announced. Beaver and Reel were two of 32 students across the state that received such distinction. Beaver, a sophomore from Argos, IN, is majoring...
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Webster School Fun Fair Friday

April 28, 2011
Webster School Fun Fair Friday

04/29/11  Come out for a night of fun with the entire family!  The Webster Elementary School annual Fun Fair is Friday night from 5:30 to 9 p.m.  Get your face painted, have a balloon animal made, enjoy the candy walk, have a race in their inflatable obstacle course, shoot some hoops, throw some footballs,...
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LJH Track Teams Beat Urey

April 28, 2011
LJH Track Teams Beat Urey

04/29/11 The Lincoln Junior High track teams traveled to Walkerton on Wednesday afternoon to compete against Urey Middle School.  The Red Storm girls combined their 7th and 8th grade squads to beat Urey by a score of 80-20. Hunter Stevens was a quadruple winner for Lincoln with victories in the 100m, 200m, 4 x...
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One Book One Town Discussion Sunday

April 28, 2011
One Book One Town Discussion Sunday

04/29/11  Friends of the Plymouth Library are sponsoring the sixth annual “One Book, One Town” on Sunday, May 1st at 2 p.m. in the Conference Room at the Marshall County Historical Society Museum, 123 N. Michigan Street. One Book, One Town is a national movement to challenge communities to read the same book and...
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