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Ribbon Cutting at New H & R Block

January 4, 2011
Ribbon Cutting at New H & R Block

01/05/11 With more than 4,000 H &R Block offices open year round, the new location of the Plymouth office at 1434 Pilgrim Lane is about 7 stores east of their old location in the Pilgrim Place Mall.  Tuesday afternoon Mayor Mark Senter and representative from the Chamber of Commerce joined Lisa Knepp, owner and...
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Financial Aid Night At PHS, Jan. 5

January 4, 2011
Financial Aid Night At PHS, Jan. 5

01/05/11 The annual Plymouth High School Financial Aid Night will be held Wednesday, January 5th at 7 p.m. in the school cafeteria.  Students and their parents that are searching for ways to finance further education are encouraged to attend this meeting.  Financial aid representatives from Ancilla College will present the program and information will...
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Pride of Plymouth Celebrates Successful 2010

January 4, 2011
Pride of Plymouth Celebrates Successful 2010

01/05/11  As the new year is beginning, the Plymouth High School Band students, staff and parents can look back and reflect on a landmark year of student success stories from the passing year.  2010 brought many highlights and record achievements for the band program.  Solo and Ensemble state finals, a winter guard state championship,...
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Input Helps Sen. Charbonneau Better Represent District 5, Make Important Legislative Decisions

January 4, 2011
Input Helps Sen. Charbonneau Better Represent District 5, Make Important Legislative Decisions

01/05/11  Hoosiers in Senate District 5 can share their views on various legislative matters by completing a survey from State Sen. Ed Charbonneau. The Valparaiso lawmaker said input from constituents helps him better represent citizens and make important decisions on budget, education, economic development, job creation, local government reform and social issues. “As an...
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Plymouth School Board to Meet Thursday

January 4, 2011
Plymouth School Board to Meet Thursday

01/05/11 The Plymouth School Board will hold the first meeting of 2011 on January 6 at the Administration Office Board Room. The meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m. During the annual reorganization meeting, newly elected board members will be sworn in and they will hold an election of board officers. Melissa Christiansen and Larry...
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: Fraudulent telemarketers disguising as Department of Child Services workers attempting to solicit donations

January 4, 2011
: Fraudulent telemarketers disguising as Department of Child Services workers attempting to solicit donations

01/05/11 The Indiana Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division is warning Hoosiers that a person or group is posing as representatives of the Indiana Department of Child Services in order to fraudulently solicit charitable donations over the phone. Reports indicate the caller claims that someone in the home committed to a donation a month ago and...
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Vehicle Window Shot by Pellet or BB Gun

January 4, 2011
Vehicle Window Shot by Pellet or BB Gun

01/05/11  On Sunday, January 2nd at approximately 1:00 PM a resident on Mc Collough Drive west of LaVille High School  reported having damage to his van that was parked in the driveway. Patrolman Rick Kanarr with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to 109 Mc Collough Drive and spoke to the complainant. During the...
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Miller’s Residents Celebrate New Years Eve

January 4, 2011
Miller’s Residents Celebrate New Years Eve

01/05/11 Resident of Miller’s Senior Living Community brought in the New Year with a Prime Rib Dinner and entertainment by entertainer Quentin Flagg.  After the delicious meal prepared by dietary staff the residents retired to the Main Lobby where Flagg performed his high energy, Vegas style show. Flagg sang and danced his way through...
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Underage Drinking at New Years Party

January 3, 2011
Underage Drinking at New Years Party

01/04/11 On Saturday, January 1st at 2:02 AM Plymouth Police Officers along with Officer Gary Cleveland responded to 229 Shalley Drive after receiving a complaint of a loud party.  After further investigation it was discovered that there was underage drinking taking place.    15 of the 22 subjects were over 18 years of age yet...
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Commissioners Reorganize and Make Appointments

January 3, 2011
Commissioners Reorganize and Make Appointments

01/04/11  The Marshall County Commissioners held their first meeting of the new year with the first order of business being the reorganization of the board.  After introducing new member Greg Compton Jack Roose motioned to retain the current officers for 2011.  Kevin Overmyer will serve another year as President and Jack Roose will remain...
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