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Scout and Elks Pack Food for Elderly

December 13, 2011
Scout and Elks Pack Food for Elderly

12/14/11 Tuesday evening Boy Scouts from Troop 257 in Plymouth converged on the Service Center of Oliver Ford to pack food boxes for elderly in the area who could use a little assistance. Oliver Ford started a food drive the first of November with proceeds benefiting the Marshall County Neighborhood Center and Heminger House...
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City Council Approves 3% Salary Increase for Elected Officials

December 13, 2011
City Council Approves 3% Salary Increase for Elected Officials

12/14/11 Members of the Plymouth Common Council unanimously approved on second and third reading the ordinance fixing salaries for elected officials for 2012. The ordinance includes a 3% raise for next year. In 2012 the Mayor of Plymouth will make $53,151.12 while the Clerk-Treasurer will make $55,219.68.  Each of the five City Council members...
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City’s K9 Locates Synthetic Marijuana

December 13, 2011
City’s K9 Locates Synthetic Marijuana

12/14/11  On Monday, December 12th at approximately 7:45 p.m. Patrolman  Kerry Brouyette of the Marshall County Police Department was patrolling US 30 when he observed a four door passenger car commit a traffic violation.  Patrolman Brouyette then initiated the traffic stop at US 30 just west of King Road.  During the traffic stop Patrolman...
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MASSIVE “ARREST” OF LOCAL LEADERS TO BENEFIT MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION

December 13, 2011
MASSIVE “ARREST” OF LOCAL LEADERS TO BENEFIT MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION

12/14/11 Key Bank is hosting the 18th Annual Plymouth Lockup on Thursday, December 15th.  94 participants have agreed to be arrested between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.  Each inmate is asked to raise a $2400, enough money to send three kids to summer camp for a week.   Notorious Plymouth Business and Community leaders will...
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Arrests by City Police

December 13, 2011
Arrests by City Police

12/14/11  On Monday, December 12th at approximately 7:40 p.m. Corporal Bridget Hite with the Plymouth Police Department responded to Wal-Mart on North Oak Drive in reference to a trespasser.  Upon her arrival Officer Hite located Marie Graham 40, of Plymouth in the store and advised her that she was trespassing due to an incident...
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Oliver Ford Looking for Videotape of Saturday’s Roll

December 13, 2011
Oliver Ford Looking for Videotape of Saturday’s Roll

12/14/11 Several hundred basketball fans saw Andrea Schoof roll a basketball the full length of the basketball court Saturday night during the PHS Girls game and make it through a hole cut in the Oliver Ford board on the other end to win a 2012 Ford Focus.  The video tape of that roll is...
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Safety for Christmas

December 13, 2011
Safety for Christmas

12/14/11 This holiday season, if you’re having trouble shopping for that special person who’s hard to buy for, consider putting together a personalized emergency preparedness kit, or purchasing a special emergency item like a hand-crank or solar charged flashlight. An emergency preparedness kit for your loved one’s home or vehicle can be a very...
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Miller’s Residents Enjoy Performance at Round Barn Theatre

December 13, 2011
Miller’s Residents Enjoy Performance at Round Barn Theatre

12/14/11 Residents of Miller’s Senior Living Community attended an afternoon matinee of “A Christmas Carol” at The Round Barn Theatre at Amish Acres.  It was a beautiful, sunny day as they traveled to Bremen and stopped at Nettie’s Restaurant for a delicious meal.  They then continued on to Nappanee for the unique re-telling of...
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County Council Approves Additional for New Windows in the County Building

December 12, 2011
County Council Approves Additional for New Windows in the County Building

12/13/11 The Marshall County Building is starting to show its age and Monday morning the County Council got a real idea of what’s happening to the building and its infrastructure. A few months ago Commissioner Jack Roose and Director of the County’s Buildings and Grounds, Rich Ulrich appeared with a request to replace all...
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Plymouth School Continue with Redistricting

December 12, 2011
Plymouth School Continue with Redistricting

12/13/11 The Plymouth School Corporation held a second meeting on Monday night concerning the redistricting necessary for the 2012-2013 school year. Dr. Jerome McKibben, McKibben Demographic Research, has been reviewing the data concerning enrollment for the entire Plymouth Schools. To comply with federal mandates, school districts must maintain a balance of race/ethnicity, numbers of...
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