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April 14, 2011

04/15/11 Weekends just fly by when the House of Representatives stays in session through Friday.  Other needed activities such as going to the bank, cleaners, grocery, tax man, and trying to get a haircut tend to fill up the remaining few hours of my week. I did a few farm chores and visited with...
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State Police Recover Stolen Gun at Scene

April 13, 2011
State Police Recover Stolen Gun at Scene

04/14/11  On Saturday April 9, state troopers from the Bremen Post along with medics from the South Bend Fire Department, responded to 66521 Miami Road in Bremen after they received reports that a subject had shot himself. Emergency personnel arrived on the scene around 8:00 p.m. to find several subjects tending to Dan P....
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Webster Elementary Students raise $$ for St. Jude Children’s Hospital

April 13, 2011
Webster Elementary Students raise $$ for St. Jude Children’s Hospital

04/14/11 Second and fourth grade students at Webster Elementary in Plymouth raised an impressive $3, 527 and change for St. Jude Children’s Hospital by participating in a Math-a-thon this year. Those wishing to participate were given a fun math book in which to complete a variety of problems. They then asked family and friends...
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New Members Welcomed at Kiwanis

April 13, 2011
New Members Welcomed at Kiwanis

04/14/11 The Plymouth Kiwanis Club welcomed four new members during their weekly meeting on Tuesday. The new members are Allison Kara, Monique Pavey, Linda Houin and Heather King. Anyone interested in being a member of the Plymouth Kiwanis Club is encouraged to contact a member they may know so they can be invited to...
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County Police Investigate Thefts

April 13, 2011
County Police Investigate Thefts

04/14/11 Marshall County Police are investigating a couple of thefts. Sometime between the hours of 9:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 10th and 10:20 a.m. on Monday, April 11th an unknown person or persons gained entry into a vehicle parked at a residence in the 11,000 block of State Road 10 near Argos.  Entry was...
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Request for Goose/Duck Crossing Tabled

April 13, 2011
Request for Goose/Duck Crossing Tabled

04/14/11 A request to Plymouth officials to erect a crossing sign on South Michigan Road was tabled during the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety meetings on April 11. Local resident Kent Borggren of 10673 Michigan Road asked for signage to designate a duck and goose crossing in the area that lies several...
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Aviation Board Rents 48 acres for Alfalfa

April 13, 2011
Aviation Board Rents 48 acres for Alfalfa

04/14/11 The Plymouth Board of Aviation entered into an alfalfa crop lease agreement during their regular meeting on April 12. The lease will be for a period of over seven years at an annual payment of $2, 910. The agreement between the Aviation Board and Jonathan Ganshorn/Nathan Burch means that 48.5 acres of land...
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City Police Arrest 3 for Illegal Consumption

April 13, 2011
City Police Arrest 3 for Illegal Consumption

04/14/11  On Wednesday, April 13th at 12:14 AM Officer Jordan Rans with the Plymouth Police Department responded to 301 Skylane Drive in reference to a fight in progress.  Upon arriving on the scene Officer Rans observed no fight at the location.   He furthered his investigation which led to the arrest of 20 year old...
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Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation Earns $1 for Each New Facebook Fan

April 13, 2011
Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation Earns $1 for Each New Facebook Fan

 04/14/11 In an effort to match last year’s $250,000 Pepsi Refresh Everything grant, the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation (KCRF) launched the “Repeat the Wave” Campaign on April 1 raising over $40,000 and adding more than 4,000 new Facebook fans in thirteen days. Until April 30, KCRF is increasing awareness and raising additional funds for...
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County BZA Approves Requests

April 13, 2011
County BZA Approves Requests

04/14/11 Three requests considered by the Marshall County Board of Zoning Appeals on April 12 from Bremen residents were unanimously approved, but not without the board asking some tough questions. Appearing before the board was Harvey Chupp and his father-in-law Gerald Yoder. Chupp and wife Gloria plan to convert an existing building at 4133...
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