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That INDOT Pick-Up Truck is Really a State Police Cruiser

July 27, 2011
That INDOT Pick-Up Truck is Really a State Police Cruiser

07/28/11 White pick-up trucks are ever present in highway work zones.  Construction inspectors and foremen use them as a mobile office, supervising road work while sheltered from the dust and blistering summer sun. The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) and the Indiana State Police (ISP) today joined forces to unveil the first pick-up truck...
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Blood donors needed to meet constant blood demands

July 27, 2011
Blood donors needed to meet constant blood demands

07/28/11 Most everyone at some point in their lives will meet someone who has received blood products. “Blood is needed more than you think,” Sharyn Whitman, CEO for the Indiana-Ohio Blood Services Region of the American Red Cross. “In fact, in the next two seconds, someone in America will need blood.” Blood needs are...
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“Stump the Gardener” at Plymouth Farmers’ Market

July 27, 2011
“Stump the Gardener” at Plymouth Farmers’ Market

07/28/11 The Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM) is seeing more and more locally grown produce available. Bob Yoder of the Purdue Extension Office will accept challenges to ‘Stump the Gardener’, taking questions from people to see if they can stump him.  He’ll also offer good gardening answers and advice. The Market is held Saturdays from...
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PARENTS: SHARING A BED WITH YOUR BABY IS A DEADLY PRACTICE

July 27, 2011
PARENTS: SHARING A BED WITH YOUR BABY IS A DEADLY PRACTICE

07/28/11 In State Fiscal Year 2009 nearly one baby a week died needlessly in Indiana. Why? Because a parent, caregiver or sibling was sleeping on the same surface. Usually they were sharing a bed but sometimes it was a sofa or chair. Forty-six children lost their lives primarily because of a heartbreaking error in...
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5 Arrested for Meth Bust in Plymouth

July 26, 2011
5 Arrested for Meth Bust in Plymouth

07/27/11 Monday afternoon members of the Marshall County MAD (Multi Agency Drug) Unit assisted the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) with serving an arrest warrant at 223 West Adams Street in Plymouth and five people were arrested. Entrance was made into apartment #1 of the building after a woman seen entering the apartment that had...
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City Council to Consider Main Street Grant

July 26, 2011
City Council to Consider Main Street Grant

07/27/11 Downtown Plymouth could get yet another shot in the arm if they are successful in receiving a Main Street grant. During the Common Council meeting on Monday night, City Attorney Nelson Chipman told the board members that OCRA (Office of Community & Rural Affairs) in affiliation with Main Street has put out a...
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United Way Kick-Off Event Announced

July 26, 2011
United Way Kick-Off Event Announced

07/27/11 The United Way of Marshall County Kick-Off event for the 2011 Campaign will be held on Friday, August 19 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. This year the event will be held at the Plymouth Knights of Columbus who has generously donated their facility. The featured speaker for the United Way Kick-Off luncheon...
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Culver Academies Museum Host “Culver History Film Fest”

July 26, 2011
Culver Academies Museum Host “Culver History Film Fest”

07/27/11 Culver’s Academies and Summer Camps’ rich history will come alive in a unique way starting Monday, August 1 with the first installment of Culver Academies Museum & Gift Shop’s “Culver History Film Fest.” For several evenings this summer, rare historical films culled from Culver Academies’ archives — many recently restored and re-mastered from...
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Local Girls Participate in USTA National Baton Twirling in Little Rock

July 26, 2011
Local Girls Participate in USTA National Baton Twirling in Little Rock

07/27/11 On the weekend of July 16th, two local girls, Jillian Smith age 13 and Alli Dennie age 12 traveled to Little Rock, Arkansas to compete in the USTA National Baton Twirling Competition.  The girls competed in a variety of events at the beginner and intermediate level.  Both girls made it to the podium...
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“James Whitcomb Riley” visits Culver July 30

July 26, 2011
“James Whitcomb Riley” visits Culver July 30

07/27/11 Another Hoosier literary legend associated with Lake Maxinkuckee will be celebrated Saturday, July 30, starting at 11 a.m., when James Whitcomb Riley (or, to be exact, performer Henry Ryder paying tribute to Riley in dress, style, and speech) visits the area. Riley (1849 – 1916) was one of America’s most beloved poets and...
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