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Read to Dogs at the Library

December 9, 2010
Read to Dogs at the Library

12/10/10 The Plymouth Public Library is featuring an interactive program called, “DOGS AT THE LIBRARY”. Do dogs like books and enjoy listening to stories?  The Marshall County 4-H Dog Club students and their dogs will be in the Children’s Room on Monday, December 13, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. for just this purpose.  These...
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Local Entertainer to Perform Christmas Concert

December 9, 2010
Local Entertainer to Perform Christmas Concert

12/09/10 Local performer Quentin Flagg is gearing up for his annual Christmas performance. This year he will be entertaining at the LaPaz Community Building on December 12 from 2:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. Flagg said, “I just enjoy making people happy.” It’s obvious that putting on shows makes him happy as well since he...
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Park to Sponsor another trip to Casino

December 9, 2010
Park to Sponsor another trip to Casino

12/10/10 The Plymouth Park Department has added one final trip to conclude the 2010 Park Trip season. On Monday, December 13th Recreation Director Gina Young will be taking a motor-coach to the Four Winds Casino in New Buffalo, Michigan. The price for the trip is $25 for those living within the Plymouth city limits...
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Groundbreaking for Senior Housing Facility

December 8, 2010
Groundbreaking for Senior Housing Facility

12/09/10 A ground breaking ceremony was held Wednesday morning for Parkview Place, an 18 unit senior housing facility located north of Novelty Street and west of Center Street behind Kentucky Fried Chicken in Plymouth. The facility will offer “a la carte” senior services at affordable rates.  The facility will offer spacious, fully handicapped one-bedroom...
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Wheel of Progress Survey Results Released

December 8, 2010
Wheel of Progress Survey Results Released

12/09/10 On Monday, the newest campaign to market our community was unveiled. The Wheel of Progress campaign is now beginning to take off after several local stakeholders decided to join together to formulate a brand for the city. One of the first steps in the campaign was a community-wide survey that was distributed to...
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Promotions in the Plymouth Fire Department

December 8, 2010
Promotions in the Plymouth Fire Department

12/09/10 The Plymouth Fire and EMS Department would like to formally announce promotional changes within the department.  Firefighter/Paramedic Deanna Cleveland has been named as the Assistant Chief – EMS for the Plymouth Fire Department.  Firefighter/Paramedic Cleveland is a five year veteran of the Plymouth Fire Department as a career and volunteered with the service...
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Send a Letter to Santa

December 8, 2010
Send a Letter to Santa

12/09/10 Santa’s big red letter box is in the front of Centennial Park in Plymouth.  Kids can write letters to Santa and drop them in his personal mailbox (no stamp required) before December 17th, and Santa will write back to them.  Santa is requesting only letters from individuals and no class or group projects....
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Plymouth BZA Approves Variances

December 8, 2010
Plymouth BZA Approves Variances

12/09/10   A 6 foot high stockade fence that has been in place for forty years was the subject of discussion at the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals this week.    Dave and Michelle Langdon purchase the property in the 90’s and at that time of purchase the fence was already in place. Apparently a complaint...
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PHS Music Dept. Presents “Holiday Spectacular”

December 8, 2010
PHS Music Dept. Presents “Holiday Spectacular”

12/09/10 The Plymouth Community High School Music Department will present the second annual “Holiday Spectacular” Christmas Variety Show this Sunday (Dec. 12th) at 3:00 p.m. in the PHS Auditorium. Tickets will be available at the door for $5 for adults and $3 for students and seniors.  The event will feature Christmas and Holiday music...
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CHRISTMAS TREE FIRES OFTEN FATAL

December 8, 2010
CHRISTMAS TREE FIRES OFTEN FATAL

12/09/10 According to the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA), while Christmas tree fires are not common, they are likely to be serious when they occur. Between 2003 – 2007, the NFPA found that one out of every 18 reported home Christmas tree fires resulted in death. “For a great number of Hoosiers, putting up...
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