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Nominations Sought for Leader of the Year Award

03/04/11 Leadership Marshall County (LMC), a program of the Marshall County Community Foundation and the United Way of Marshall County, requests nominations for the Leader of the Year Award which recognizes an individual who exemplifies ... Read more...

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Election Board Meeting Tuesday

03/04/11 Marshall County Clerk, Julie Fox has announced a meeting of the Election Board for Tuesday, March 8th at 8:30 a.m. in the Clerk’s Office of the Court House at 211 West Madison Street in Plymouth.  Anyone wishing to be on the ... Read more...

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Deputy McFarland Investigates Accident

03/04/11 On Friday, February 25th  at approximately 2:25pm, Patrolman Deputy Les McFarland of the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to a 911 call in reference to a two vehicle accident in the area of US 6 and Beech ... Read more...

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Fundraiser for M.C. Church Orchestra Next Week

03/04/11 The Marshall County Church Orchestra is conducting a fundraiser for their organization.  They will be hosting their second annual Beef & Noodle Dinner next Friday, March 11 from 4:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.  The menu consists ... Read more...

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City Officers Make Arrests

03/04/11 Last Saturday, February 26th about 3 p.m. Plymouth Police Officers were dispatched to the Prairie View Group Home on West Jefferson Street in response to a fight between residents.  Officer Gary Cleveland conducted an ... Read more...

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Gamble Announces Campaign Platform

03/03/11 Plymouth Mayoral candidate Tony Gamble released his platform Wednesday afternoon. Gamble said, “I plan to run my campaign for Mayor in a manner that is somewhat different.”  He continued, “I want to connect with my fellow ... Read more...

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MCEDC Announces Partnership with SBA

03/03/11 Marshall County Economic Development is pleased to announce that in partnership with the North Central Indiana Small Business Development Center, free, confidential, one-on-one business assistance will be available at our Plymouth ... Read more...

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Charbonneau: Senate Focuses First Half on Jobs, Education, Government Reforms

03/03/11 Jobs, education and government reforms were the focus of the Indiana Senate during the first half of the 2011 legislative session, says State Sen. Ed Charbonneau (R-Valparaiso). “Senate lawmakers are tackling tough issues ... Read more...

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School Board Updated on Current Legislation

03/03/11 Plymouth Schools Superintendent Daniel Tyree set the tone for a workshop held on Tuesday night by the school board on current proposed state legislation. Tyree said, “Some of the legislation that is about to be passed is pretty ... Read more...

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Helen Frost this year’s Young Author Speaker

03/03/11 The Marshall County Reading Council was hosting its annual Young Author’s Conference on February 24th but the mini-blizzard forced the postponement of the event.  The Marshall County Reading Council has been able to secure the ... Read more...

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Special Concert Sunday to Celebrate 175th Anniversary

03/03/11  In celebration of its 175th anniversary, the Plymouth First United Methodist Church is sponsoring a vesper concert by the Indiana University South Bend thirty-voice Chorale and nine-voice Chamber Choir. The concert will be ... Read more...

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FLU SEASON IS NOT OVER

03/03/11 State health officials say this week’s influenza (flu) report shows continued widespread flu activity across the state, with six new flu-related deaths (total of 16 this flu season).  Of these new deaths, all were individuals ... Read more...

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Earthworks Market Offers Demonstration

03/03/11  Kari Chittenden, Plymouth artist, will be making glass beads at the news Earthworks Market, 701 E Jefferson Street in Plymouth on Saturday, March 5, from 9:30am until 11am.  Kari has been producing handmade glass beads for the ... Read more...

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Culver Academy Students Received Awards

03/03/11 Culver Academies recently released local student who have received either a Gold A or Silver A award for the grades.  The Gold A is attained with a two-term cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 3.7 (on a 4.0 scale), no ... Read more...

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“Plymouth’s Progress” Focus of Mayor’s State of the City Address

03/02/11 Monday evening Mayor Mark Senter presented the “State of the City” address to members of the Common Council and members of the public.  The theme of this year’s speech was “Plymouth’s Progress.” Senter began by ... Read more...

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M.C. Coroner sas No Issue with New Registration System

03/02/11 Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger said Tuesday that the Indiana Death Registration System that required all death certificates to be filed electronically after January 1st of this year is working well in Marshall County. ... Read more...

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Sheriff Chamberlin Announces Association’s Scholarship Availiability

03/02/11 Marshall County Sheriff Thomas G. Chamberlin has confirmed the Indiana Sheriff’s Association will be awarding college scholarships to qualified high school seniors or college students pursuing a degree in the criminal justice ... Read more...

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Habitat Seeking Next Partner Family

03/01/11 Dean Byers, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County announces the search for the next partner family.  Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County is now accepting applications for the next partner family. The ... Read more...

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Chamber of Commerce to Host Spaghetti Fundraiser

03/01/11 The Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce will be having a spaghetti dinner to help raise money for Chamber sponsored events such as: 2nd Friday nights, downtown Halloween Trick-or-Treating, and downtown Christmas tree lighting.  The ... Read more...

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One Book/One Town Event “Dancin’ with The Great Gatsby”

03/02/11 One Book/One Town is hosting “Dancin’ with The Great Gatsby” at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 6 at the Marshall County Museum located at 123 North Michigan Street. There will be special performances by Christine ... Read more...