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TONIGHTS BASEBALL GAME at GOSHEN: CANCELLED…played tomorrow at 5:45pm

April 25, 2011
TONIGHTS BASEBALL GAME at GOSHEN:  CANCELLED…played tomorrow at 5:45pm

Tonight’s Plymouth Baseball game on WTCA has been CANCELED.   According to Goshen Athletic Department, the rainy conditions have forced the cancellation of today’s ballgame.   A rescheduled date will be TOMORROW at 5:45pm.  The Plymouth at Warsaw game will be rescheduled at a later date. Next Plymouth game on WTCA will be WEDNESDAY vs Wawasee.
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Mayoral Campaign Finance Reports

April 24, 2011
Mayoral Campaign Finance Reports

04/25/11 Candidates participating in the May 3rd Municipal Primary filed their campaign finance reports for the April 15th deadline. Mayor Mark Senter’s report showed cash on hand at the beginning of the reporting period of $407.90.  He had contributions in the amount of $5,000 and expenditures of $295.43 for an ending balance of $5,112.47....
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City Meetings Monday Evening

April 24, 2011
City Meetings Monday Evening

04/25/11 Monday evening the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety and the Common Council will meet.  The Board of Public Works and Safety meeting begins at 6 p.m.  The agenda includes reports from board members and department heads.  Building Commission Keith Hammonds will be on hand to discuss the Fire Department’s remodeling project....
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Yellow River Festival Seeks Not-for-Profit Food Vendors

April 24, 2011
Yellow River Festival Seeks Not-for-Profit Food Vendors

04/25/11 The Yellow River Festival is inviting not-for-profit groups in Marshall County to become food vendors at the festival which will be held on Saturday, June 4th this year. The festival provides venues to demonstrate the historic, cultural and ecological significance of the Yellow River as it journeys through Marshall County. Food Chairman, Mike...
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Gunderson Plans Support Group for Families with Chronically Ill Children

April 24, 2011
Gunderson Plans Support Group for Families with Chronically Ill Children

04/25/11 Mrs. Kelly Gunderson of Plymouth is in the beginning stages of forming a resource and support group for parents and families of children with chronic illnesses and or diseases. Gunderson said, “Obviously my special interest is Juvenile Diabetes, but I know that there are many families battling not only this disease, but other...
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Dolan Wins 28th Annual St. Michael Speech Contest

April 24, 2011
Dolan Wins 28th Annual St. Michael Speech Contest

04/25/11 Earlier this month students in grades 5 through 8 participated in the 28th Annual Speech Contest of St. Michael School. The first two rounds were in the various classrooms where students gave a one-minute presentation.  Those moving on to the semi-final rounds had to do a two minute speech. The final round of...
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The Juke Bos Trio Donates Party Supplies to M.C. Neighborhood Center

April 23, 2011
The Juke Bos Trio Donates Party Supplies to M.C. Neighborhood Center

04/25/11  The Hoosier Hurricane, Quentin Flagg recently celebrated his 28th birthday with a three city tour.  Appearing at concerts with him were Ed Parzygnat of Chicago and Steve Bobbitt of Peoria, Il.  The three gentlemen bill themselves as The Juke Box Trio and share their tribute to the great singers such as Bobby Darin,...
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Indiana House passes Clean Energy Portfolio Standard, spurring Hoosier job creation

April 23, 2011
Indiana House passes Clean Energy Portfolio Standard, spurring Hoosier job creation

04/25/11  The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) Friday expressed support for a bill passed by the Indiana House of Representatives containing the state’s first voluntary Clean Energy Portfolio Standard (CPS). The CPS would set a voluntary goal for 10 percent of Indiana’s electric generation to come from clean energy resources by 2025. “I applaud...
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IN Senate Votes 28-22 for School Vouchers

April 22, 2011
IN Senate Votes 28-22 for School Vouchers

04/25/11 After much debate among Indiana legislators, school administrators, teachers, school board members and the public concerning allowing parents to use state vouchers to enroll their children in private schools, the matter finally came to a vote on Thursday. The Republican-controlled state Senate voted 28-22 in favor of instituting vouchers for parents who fall...
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One Book One Town Performer

April 22, 2011
One Book One Town Performer

04/25/11 As a part of the One Book, One Town experience, art teacher, writer, and performer Debra Conner will involve interested participants of all ages in an exploration of Cubism, the form Pablo Picasso helped pioneer.  This workshop is free and open to the public at the Plymouth Library, 201 N. Center Street, on...
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