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Rotary Pancake Days this Thur. Fri. & Sat.

July 19, 2011
Rotary Pancake Days this Thur. Fri. & Sat.

07/20/11 The Plymouth Rotary Club will host its annual Rotary Pancake Days July 21st through July 23rd at the usual locations: the tent on Garro Street just west of Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth.  Pancake Days, which has been held by Rotary every year since the late 1950’s, features pancakes and sausage cooked by...
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Glasgow & Overmyer Featured Artists for July

July 19, 2011
Glasgow & Overmyer Featured Artists for July

07/20/11 The Heartland Artists Gallery in downtown Plymouth proudly presents “Reflections of the Land” – over 25 original pastel and oil landscape inspired paintings by Indiana Artists Connie Glasgow and Diane Overmyer.  Glasgow and Overmyer have each been painting professionally for over 30 years and painted at the same location for a few of the pieces...
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Triton School Board Appoves Hires and Fundraisers

July 19, 2011
Triton School Board Appoves Hires and Fundraisers

07/20/11 With the start of school only a few weeks away, the Triton School Board approved a number of hires and appointments for the 2011-2012 school year during their regular meeting on July 18. The first teacher day will be August 15 and the first student day, August 16. Among those hired are the...
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Banjoman to Perform at Miller’s

July 19, 2011
Banjoman to Perform at Miller’s

07/20/11 BANJOMAN STAN will make an appearance at Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth on Friday, July 22 at 2:30 p.m.  Banjoman Stan, aka Stanley Garrison of Muncie, Indiana will present a banjo concert paying tribute to our roots.  His concert is filled with funny stories and songs that we all grew up with...
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Cursive Writing Being Replaced by Keyboarding in Schools

July 19, 2011
Cursive Writing Being Replaced by Keyboarding in Schools

07/20/11 The old phrase “the handwriting is on the wall” may read as a foreign language to Indiana students in the near future. The Indiana Department of Education has now joined some 41 other states that have adopted new standards that do not include the mandatory teaching of cursive (script) writing. Instead, cursive writing...
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Family Round-Up at Miller’s

July 19, 2011
Family Round-Up at Miller’s

07/20/11Staff at Miller’s Senior Living Community transformed the residence into a western scene on Saturday as they held a western family round-up.  Residents, staff, family members and volunteers were invited to attend the event which took place in the “Oak Hill Saloon and Chuckwagon Restaurant.”  The menu for the day included pulled pork, hot...
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County Opens Cooling Centers

July 19, 2011
County Opens Cooling Centers

07/20/11 Marshall County Emergency Management Director Clyde Avery has announced the opening of Cooling Centers. Marshall County has an “Excessive Heat Warning” in effect thru 8:00 a.m. on Friday. Cooling stations will be available at the following locations in the following jurisdictions: Plymouth at the Life Enrichment Center located at 1305 West Harrison Street…...
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Ray Miller – 82 – from Plymouth

July 19, 2011
Ray Miller – 82 – from Plymouth

Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Commissioners Approve Ad Hoc Committee for County Wide Central Dispatch

July 18, 2011
Commissioners Approve Ad Hoc Committee for County Wide Central Dispatch

07/19/11 Monday morning Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter and County Council member Ward Byers appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners seeking their support in the creation of an ad hock committee to consider centralized dispatch. Mayor Senter made the recommendation at last week’s County Council meeting after Sheriff Tom Chamberlin presented his plan to the...
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City Police Report

July 18, 2011
City Police Report

07/19/11 On Friday, July 15th about noon Plymouth Police Officer Chris Miller made a routine traffic stop at the intersection of North Michigan and Washington Streets.  It was found that driver, Wilber Castro Marin, 35, of Logansport was driving without ever receiving a license.  Officer Miller transported Mr. Marin to the Marshall County Jail where...
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