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PHS Junior to Travel to Japan with People to People Program

10/25/10 Whether it was just a coincidence or a wish come true doesn’t matter to Plymouth High School Junior Priscilla Hammonds. She was nominated to travel to Japan with the People to People Program next summer.  Priscilla’s father, ... Read more...

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Marshall County Blood Drive at LifePlex

10/25/10 An American Red Cross blood drive will be held on Tuesday, October 26, from 2 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the LifePlex, located at 2855 Miller Drive in Plymouth.  Please call 1-800-RED CROSS or go to redcrossblood.org and enter sponsor ... Read more...

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SJRMC/Plymouth’s Diabetes Support Group to Meet October 28

10/25/10 Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center/Plymouth will host a Diabetes Support Group meeting for the Marshall County community and surrounding areas on Thursday, October 28, in the hospital’s Education Center (Medical Office ... Read more...

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State Fire Marshal Offers Smoke Alarms for Deaf & Hard of Hearing

10/25/10 The Indiana State Fire Marshal’s Office purchased 1,200 Smoke Detectors for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing for distribution throughout the state.  The smoke detectors were purchased with the Assistance to Firefights Grant ... Read more...

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Plymouth’s Langdon says Thanks to the Voters

10/25/10 Plymouth’s Tyler Langdon is glad that things are getting back to normal – at least as normal as an actor’s life can be. “It’s been the most stressful two weeks of my life,” he said with a laugh. “Every free moment ... Read more...

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Burn Ban Continues

10/22/10 The burn ban in Marshall County continues to be in force.  The County Commissioners first enacted an emergency order on October 6th for one week.  On October 13th they extended the burn ban until conditions improve.  On Monday, ... Read more...

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Menominee Elementary One of Seven Top Title 1 Schools

10/22/10 Menominee Elementary has been awarded a high performing grant for $25,000 after being named one of the top seven Title I schools in the state of Indiana. This is the second year in a row that Menominee has been in the top group. ... Read more...

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Pumpkins Smashed at Conservation Club House

10/22/10 Thursday morning before the sun came up employees of the Plymouth Park Department converged on the Conservation Club House to set the stage for last night’s Spooktacular sponsored by the Park Department and the Boys and Girls ... Read more...

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PUBLIC INVITED TO COMMUNITY CONVERSATION

10/22/10 Marshall County residents are invited to a public conversation about a critical issue—building community and economic development strategies—on November 17 at Swan Lake Resort.  The one-day event is part of the Community ... Read more...

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Ancilla Representatives Visit Sojourner Truth House

10/22/10 In response to their mission’s call to serve, Ancilla College faculty, staff and students visited the Sojourner Truth House in Gary on Tuesday, delivering donated items and volunteering their services for the day.  Twenty-two ... Read more...

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LifePlex Ladies Run Chicago Marathon

10/22/10 Fitness Forum Sports & Wellness at the LifePlex had several members compete in the Bank Of America Chicago Marathon on October 10th.  Nine female members of the Fitness Forum participated in the marathon: Ester Thompson, ... Read more...

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Community Send off for “Pride of Plymouth” Saturday Morning

10/22/10 Eighty-one high school marching bands have been selected to participate at the ISMA Semi-State Marching Ban Festival to be held this Saturday, October 23rd at one of four sites.  Each band is entered in one of four classes A, B, ... Read more...

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Book Fair at Ancilla College

10/22/10 Ancilla College announces that it will host Books and More for Less Book Fair on Monday, November 1 from 10:00 am – 6:00 pm.  The Book Fair will be located at Ancilla College in the hallway outside the Business Office.  Take ... Read more...

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Plymouth School “Fairing Extremely Well” with Academic Growth

10/22/10 Results received from the Indiana Department of Education show that the Plymouth Schools are fairing extremely well in making academic growth from year to year.  According to Dan Tyree, superintendent of Plymouth Schools, the ... Read more...

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Indiana Secretary of State Urges Caution for Investors Considering Golden

10/22/10 With gold prices reaching record highs, investors are increasingly turning to gold-related investments. Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita and his Indiana Investment Watch program today reminded investors to be cautious about ... Read more...

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Family Express Seeks Permit to Sell Alcohol

10/21/10 The Marshall County Alcohol Beverage Commission will consider the permit of the Family Express Corporation for a 115 Grocery Permit at their store at 1628 West Jefferson Street in Plymouth. The Gas Station/Convenience Store would ... Read more...

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Tickets for “Nutcracker” Performance on Sale

10/21/10 Directors of the upcoming “The Nutcracker” performance met recently to finalize details concerning the concert and dessert which will be held at Christo’s Banquet Center on Thursday, Nov. 18 and Friday, Nov. 19, 2010. The ... Read more...

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Ancilla’s United Way Pledge Drive a Success

10/21/10 Ancilla College students, faculty, and staff raised over $3,600 for its annual United Way pledge drive, the College announced on Tuesday. According to figures, that amount marks a 55 percent increase in fundraising over last ... Read more...

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PHS Spell Bowl Team Qualifies for State

10/21/10 Plymouth High School has made history by being the first PHS spell bowl team to qualify for a state competition.  They placed second at the John Glenn Regional in class 2 with a score of 71 on Monday night.  They had to wait ... Read more...

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Youth Orchestra Serenades Ancilla Banquet

10/21/10 On Thursday, October 7th some of the members of the Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra provided dinner music for the Ancilla College Donor Appreciation Dinner. In turn, the PCYO received a $100 thank-you donation from Ancilla ... Read more...