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1st Chamber Holiday Basket Winner Announced

December 1, 2010
1st Chamber Holiday Basket Winner Announced

12/02/10 The Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce presented the 1st Christmas Basket of the holiday season to Cheryl Tomkiewikz of Plymouth.   Cheryl registered for the drawing at Bob Evans Restaurant in Plymouth. The Chamber gives away 4 baskets at Christmastime to customers who register for the drawing in participating businesses. The Christmas Baskets are...
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20 Days of Giving at Oliver Ford

December 1, 2010
20 Days of Giving at Oliver Ford

12/02/10 Jennifer Houin from Oliver Ford Lincoln Mercury in Plymouth announced a brand new program they have started that will help support a couple of agencies in Marshall County, it’s “20 Days of Giving.” Houin said,”20 days of giving began on Wednesday, December 1st here at Oliver Ford! We are teaming up with the...
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Maxinkuckee Singers Holiday Concert Schedule

December 1, 2010
Maxinkuckee Singers Holiday Concert Schedule

12/02/10 The Maxinkuckee Singers, under the direction of Beth Webster, cordially invite all of you to enjoy their annual Christmas concert, presented publicly in five performances.  The group looks forward to sharing with you standards, contemporary, sacred numbers, comedy routines and featured soloists, sure to please an audience of all ages.  All shows will...
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Plymouth Water Department Warns of Frozen Pipes

November 30, 2010
Plymouth Water Department Warns of Frozen Pipes

12/01/10 Since winter weather is upon us the Plymouth Water Department wants to alert homeowners and business owners of possible frozen pipes.  In extreme cold weather pipes that are not well insulated could freeze.  If your home does not have the best insulation you should open the cabinet doors under the sinks to allow...
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Boy Scout Works on Eagle Scout Project

November 30, 2010
Boy Scout Works on Eagle Scout Project

12/01/10  When Sarah Hendrix, executive director of Marshall County Neighborhood Center, was approached by Boy Scout Corey Celmer about doing his Eagle Scout project, she was happy and relieved. Hendrix said, “The outside of the center had been somewhat neglected and the shrubs and plants had gone way beyond their usefulness.” But, after the...
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8 year old Donates Birthday Money to Shop With A Cop Program

November 30, 2010
8 year old Donates Birthday Money to Shop With A Cop Program

12/01/10 Whether you’re young or old you can help with this year’s Shop With a Cop fundraising project.  In fact, 8 year old Axton Berger, a Washington Elementary student decided he wanted to help so this year he made shopping for his birthday very easy.  He asked for money instead of presents and the...
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Selecting Your Indiana Christmas tree

November 30, 2010
Selecting Your Indiana Christmas tree

12/01/10 During Christmas time a Christmas tree is the centerpiece of our holiday traditions.  Many families want the experience of picking out their own Indiana fresh Christmas tree.  Indiana farms grow different varieties of pine, spruce and fir trees.  The most popular Indiana grown trees are Scotch pine or White pine, Canaan fir, Fraser...
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The perfect gift comes from the heart

November 30, 2010
The perfect gift comes from the heart

12/01/10 ‘Tis the season and everyone is searching for gift ideas that don’t break the bank. Despite the half-off or early bird sales, many people struggle to find the perfect gift. “What if, for just one day, you forget the sales and choose to help save a life instead?” asks Sharyn Whitman, CEO for...
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State Sen. Charbonneau encourages students to serve as Statehouse pages

November 30, 2010
State Sen. Charbonneau encourages students to serve as Statehouse pages

12/01/10 State Senator Ed Charbonneau (R-Valparaiso) today invited area middle and high school students to make the Indiana Statehouse their “classroom for a day” by serving as Senate pages during the 2011 Indiana General Assembly.  Charbonneau said pages have the opportunity to spend a day at the Statehouse working with their senator and Senate...
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Federal Unemployment Extensions Expire Beginning December 5, 2010

November 30, 2010
Federal Unemployment Extensions Expire Beginning December 5, 2010

12/01/10 Tuesday marked the expiration of the five federally funded extensions of unemployment (EEUC and EB). Approximately 90,000 Hoosiers are currently receiving federally funded extended benefits. Eligible individuals will receive benefits for the weeks they have remaining on their regular state Unemployment (UI) and the four federal extensions (EEUC), but will not begin the...
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