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Concerned Property Owners Meeting on Wind Turbines

September 21, 2011
Concerned Property Owners Meeting on Wind Turbines

09/22/11 Concerned Property Owners of Southern Marshall County will hold a public informational meeting this weekend concerning the wind turbines that are proposed in the southwestern part of Marshall County.   You will see and hear first-hand accounts of what it’s like to live near wind turbines and how they may affect quality of life,...
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DONNELLY CALLS FOR SUPER-COMMITTEE TO WORK ON JOB CREATION

September 21, 2011
DONNELLY CALLS FOR SUPER-COMMITTEE TO WORK ON JOB CREATION

09/22/11 Thursday, Congressman Joe Donnelly wrote a letter to members of the super-committee asking them to address our country’s complicated job crisis without adding to the deficit. “Too many families in Indiana and across the country are struggling to put food on the table and pay their bills each month because mom, dad, or...
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Lampen Lecture Series to Examine ‘History, Architecture, and Symbols of our 1920 Chapel’

September 21, 2011
Lampen Lecture Series to Examine ‘History, Architecture, and Symbols of our 1920 Chapel’

09/22/11 Sr. Roberta Christianson, PHJC, will be the guest presenter as Ancilla College hosts its latest edition of the Lampen Lecture Series on Thursday, September 22 at the Ancilla Domini Chapel at 1:00 p.m. EDT. Christianson’s presentation, entitled “History, Architecture, and Symbols of our 1920 Chapel”, will address the nearly 90 year history of...
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Stone Creek Ships 1st Unit

September 20, 2011
Stone Creek Ships 1st Unit

09/21/11 The first four-unit “man-camp” rolled off the assembly line at Stone Creek Homes on Tuesday morning as the entire workforce clapped. Production on the new concept model of housing for the gas and oil industry began in the former Shamrock Homes plant on Markley Drive in Plymouth on August 5. They began with...
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Turn Plymouth Pink on Thursday, September 22nd

September 20, 2011
Turn Plymouth Pink on Thursday, September 22nd

9/21/11 Mayor Mark Senter has proclaimed Thursday, September 22ndas “Turn Plymouth Pink Day” in honor of Nancy Jaynes and all the heroes who have fought the Breast Cancer fight.  Mayor Senter encourages all residents to help raise awareness about breast cancer by supporting the proclamation and wearing pink.To keep the Pink thing going, Ounce...
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Pioneer Road Open to Traffic

September 20, 2011
Pioneer Road Open to Traffic

09/21/11 The road work signs blocking Pioneer Dr. were only down for seconds Tuesday afternoon before the first few cars ventured onto the road. City and county officials met to officially open the road, which runs between U.S. 30 and Lincoln Highway. The project also included work on Jim Neu Dr. “The county would...
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Mobil DAV Service Office in Plymouth on Thursday

September 20, 2011
Mobil DAV Service Office in Plymouth on Thursday

09/21/11 Veterans, do you want straight answers about rights and benefits you earned through your service to your country – as well as free, professional assistance with claims from a highly trained expert? It’s coming your way!  A fully equipped DAV National Service Office on wheels will be at the Marshall County DAV Chapter...
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M.C. Museum Announces Open House of Historic Crossroads Center

September 20, 2011
M.C. Museum Announces Open House of Historic Crossroads Center

09/21/11 The Marshall County Museumwill be holding an open house Saturday, October 8 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. to unveil the Historic Crossroads Center. This room will focus on the Lincoln Highway, Michigan Road, Dixie Highway, Yellowstone Trail, and Grand Army of the Republic Highway and their historical importance toMarshall County. The main...
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Riverside Families Invited to Title 1 Reading Family Night

September 20, 2011
Riverside Families Invited to Title 1 Reading Family Night

09/21/11 All Riverside students and their families are invited to attend the Riverside Title I Reading Family Night on Thursday, October 6.  A free chicken and noodles dinner will be served from 5:30 – 6:00.  From 6:00 – 7:00, will be a hands-on workshop on using technology to improve reading.  Four $25 grocery gift cards will...
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Graham Runs During Warrant Service

September 20, 2011
Graham Runs During Warrant Service

09/21/11 Officer John Weir with the Plymouth Police Department made an arrest on Sunday, September 18th.  Officer Weir served a warrant at 1417 Holloway Drive on 19 year old Paul J. Graham. When Mr. Graham was confronted just after 9 p.m. and ordered to the ground, he took off running. Plymouth’s K-9 Rex apprehended...
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