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Blueberry Revealed to Share Tribute to Veterans, Active Soldiers and First Responders

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October 14, 2014
Blueberry Revealed to Share Tribute to Veterans, Active Soldiers and First Responders

The blueberry that was painted in the park during the Marshall County Blueberry Festival is completed! This blueberry pays tribute to the ones we owe so much to; Veterans, Active Soldiers and First Responders. This blueberry will be unveiled on Wednesday, Oct. 15th at 3:30 p.m. in front of the Marshall County Historical Museum...
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Strategic Plan Launched to Grow and Diversify the Economy

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October 14, 2014
Strategic Plan Launched to Grow and Diversify the Economy

The Marshall County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) has launched a long range strategic plan focusing on strategies and tactics for guiding economic growth initiatives and diversifying the economy in the county. It is the first formal countywide economic development plan to be implemented by MCEDC and its partnering agencies. The plan, which can often...
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PHS Baseball to Host Christmas Bazaar & Quarter Auction

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October 14, 2014
PHS Baseball to Host Christmas Bazaar & Quarter Auction

The Plymouth High School Baseball Team will host the first annual Baseball Christmas Bazaar and Quarter Auction as a fundraiser. The event will be held on Saturday, December 6th in the Riverside gym and cafeteria from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. with the Quarter Auction at 3 p.m. Vendor space is now available with...
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M.C. Church Orchestra Prepares for Annual Holiday Concert & Dessert Affair

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October 14, 2014
M.C. Church Orchestra Prepares for Annual Holiday Concert & Dessert Affair

Halloween decorations can be seen along the streets of Plymouth and costumes are for sale. Parties are being planned yet all the while there is a group of dedicated musicians who are thinking ahead to the Christmas holiday season. Members of the Marshall County Church Orchestra under the direction of Don Harness are putting...
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Youth Leadership Marshall County participants learn their “Real Colors”

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October 14, 2014
Youth Leadership Marshall County participants learn their “Real Colors”

Participants of the Youth Leadership Marshall County (YLMC) program were able to learn about their “Real Colors” during their last meeting. Patty Keating, LaPorte County Extension Educator, led 11 of the youth through training to identify which color most represented their personality traits out of “Blue,” “Orange,” “Gold,” or “Green.” The youth then worked...
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Haunted Grounds at Centennial Park Oct. 23

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October 14, 2014
Haunted Grounds at Centennial Park Oct. 23

The month of October brings many exciting things each year to the Plymouth Park Department, the cold weather, hot chocolate, pumpkins, and Centennial Park’s Haunted Grounds. Scott Michel, Recreation Director for the Parks said, “Come join us on Thursday, October 23rd from 6 to 8 PM at the Freyman Shelter for activities, candy, costumes,...
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Plymouth Native Makes History at First Male Couple to get Marriage License in Reno

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October 14, 2014
Plymouth Native Makes History at First Male Couple to get Marriage License in Reno

Plymouth native Tyler Langdon and his fiancé Charlie Finlayson made history last Thursday by becoming the first male couple in the history of Reno, NV to get a marriage license. On October 9, the courts ruled that same sex marriages are now legal in the state. Langdon posted a picture of him and Finlayson...
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City to Move Forward with Brownfield Assessment Grant

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October 14, 2014
City to Move Forward with Brownfield Assessment Grant

Plymouth City Attorney Sean Surrisi told members of the Board of Public Works and Safety Monday night that approval from the EPA has been received to move forward with the Brownfield assessment grant. This is a $600,000 grant to be shared between the City of Plymouth, Marshall County and Town of Bourbon for environment...
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County Council Approves $40,000 more for Pauper Council

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October 14, 2014
County Council Approves $40,000 more for Pauper Council

Two judges in Marshall County sought additional funds for pauper council during Monday’s County Council Meeting. Superior Court I Judge Rob Bowen was able to complete four transfers to add $10,940 to his pauper council line item. He transferred $1,000 from the Law Clerk, $640 from jury supplies, $2,700 from jury meals and $6,600...
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City Council Approves Additional Appropration of $292,193 for Freedom Park

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October 13, 2014
City Council Approves Additional Appropration of $292,193 for Freedom Park

Monday night the Plymouth Common Council approved an additional resolution in the amount of $292,193.00 for Freedom Park. Tony Gamble, one of the founders of the Freedom Park committee explained the relocation of the all inclusive playground from Centennial Park to Packard Woods. It was noted that the park is a low traffic area...
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