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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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Indiana Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS) Start 7th Annual Fund Raising Bicycle Ride around Indiana

July 26, 2011
Indiana Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS) Start 7th Annual Fund Raising Bicycle Ride around Indiana

07/27/11 A pre-ride ceremony was held at 8:30 this morning by the Law Enforcement/Firefighter Memorial, adjacent to the State Capitol, to send off 60 plus cyclists participating in the 7th Annual COPS bicycle ride.  Speaking at this morning’s ceremony was the Chief of Police from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police, Paul Ciesielski, and Major Derek...
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Lt. Gov. Skillman Launches INDOT Propane Vehicle Fleet

July 26, 2011
Lt. Gov. Skillman Launches INDOT Propane Vehicle Fleet

07/27/11  Lt. Governor Becky Skillman today joined Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) officials to announce that nearly 600 INDOT work trucks and cargo vans are being converted to run on cleaner-burning, domestic propane.  To be fueled at 115 INDOT sites covering the state, the propane vehicles are projected to save taxpayers more than $1...
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Drainage Board Considers Yellow River Bank Restoration in Downtown

July 25, 2011
Drainage Board Considers Yellow River Bank Restoration in Downtown

07/26/11 The Marshall County Drainage Board held a special meeting Monday to discuss the bank erosion issue of the Yellow River in downtown Plymouth. R.W. Armstrong was hired by the county to find ways to stabilize the ditch bank on the east side of the river near the footbridge.   The representative explained three alternatives...
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Sunday Arrests by City Police

July 25, 2011
Sunday Arrests by City Police

07/26/11 Plymouth Police made several arrests on Sunday. At 3:25 a.m. Officer Joe Deisch arrested Wayne Hardesty, 23, from Grovertown for Public Intox in the 1000 block of West Jefferson Street.  His $500 cash bond was paid at 3:35 p.m. and he was released. Officer Jordan Rans arrested 21 year old Jesus Moreno of...
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WTCA to Host Rockies Football Radio Auction

July 25, 2011
WTCA to Host Rockies Football Radio Auction

07/26/11 The 2nd Annual Plymouth Rockies Football Radio Auction will be held this Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Last year the auction raised just over $6,000 with funds being used to provide meals after the away games for all three teams.  It pays for the Senior Trip, some transportation costs, equipment and...
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Oliver Ford Assists Pack-A-Backpack with FREE Oil Changes

July 25, 2011
Oliver Ford Assists Pack-A-Backpack with FREE Oil Changes

07/26/11 The 9th Annual Pack-A-Backpack Drive is underway and Oliver Ford in Plymouth has stepped up to the plate to help the cause.  They are offering FREE oil changes and car washes at Oliver Ford on East Jefferson Street from now until August 1st.  Now there is a catch…you need to bring in 2...
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