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Lake Max. Author to Appear at Culver Library

08/25/10 Former Hoosier -- now Brooklyn-based, award-winning author -- and part-time Lake Maxinkuckee resident Heather Swain has been making literary waves since her 1999 publication debut, but her most recent book is a shift from her ... Read more...

Wireman Announces Road Closures for Pioneer Drive Project

08/25/10 Ron Wiremen, Construction Manager from DLZ, the company hired to oversee the Pioneer Drive extension project has announced important road closure information. Immediately following the Labor Day weekend, at approximately 6 a.m. ... Read more...

City Council Passes 2011 Salary Ordinance with 0% Increase for All

After much discussion the Plymouth Common Council passed the 2011 Salary Ordinances on third and final reading.  City attorney Nelson Chipman presented an amended ordinance that include the reduction of increase from the amended 2% salary ... Read more...

TRIAD Meeting Thursday

The next meeting of the Marshall County TRIAD is scheduled for Thursday August 26 at 9:00 am. at the Life Enrichment Center on West Harrison Street.   Clyde Avery from the Marshall County Emergency Management Department will be the guest ... Read more...

July 2010 Indiana Employment Report

Indiana’s total private sector employment increased by 13,000 jobs in July with five of the eight major employment sectors showing significant gains. Indiana’s private sector has grown by 55,500 jobs (2.4 percent) in 2010, four ... Read more...

County Officer Kanarr Conducts Investigations

On Saturday, August 21st at approximately 3:40 PM the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a report of a theft from a resident in the 6900 block of Oak Road.   The victim told Officer Rick Kanarr that a piece of their ... Read more...

Donnelly Hosts Job Fair

Congressman Joe Donnelly will host a job fair featuring local businesses, educational facilities, and Work-One for those looking for work.  The job fair will be held in the Student Activities Center of Indiana University South Bend at ... Read more...

Classic Car Tour Coming to Academies’ Campus Aug. 31-Sept. 1

After 34 years, the classic Indiana-built motorcars – the Auburns, Cords, and Duesenbergs – will once again grace the Culver Academies campus as the Hoosier Tour visits the shores of Lake Maxinkuckee on Aug. 31 and Sept. 1. As part of ... Read more...

MCNC to hold Halloween Costume Giveaway

The Marshall County Neighborhood Center is asking you to help us make Halloween a real “treat” for our communities’ children. The Marshall County Neighborhood Center will be holding a Halloween costume giveaway party on Friday ... Read more...

Maggie Moo’s to Close

MaggieMoo’s Ice Cream and Treatery® & Great American Cookies® has announced that it will close for business following nearly 2 years of serving Plymouth and surrounding areas “America’s Best Ice Cream & Cookies”. The ... Read more...

Argos Town Board Continues Discussion on Cell Phone Stipend

The issue of cell phones for Argos employees is still being discussed.  During last week’s Argos Town Council meeting, Police Chief, Rod Rudd, questioned the $60 stipend for cell phones.  An IRS regulation on employee cell phones is ... Read more...

Lake Max Film Fest to Benefit Culver School Children

The 3rd Annual Lake Maxinkuckee Film Festival, “A Gift of Warmth” will feature a grand assortment of comedy films that reach through many decades of American film production. A gala evening on Friday, September 3,  is planned for ... Read more...

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Performers, Pork, Promotions make for Memorable Indiana State Fair

From the Garbage Burger to the Japanese robots, from the KISS concert to the 4-H Sale of Champions, the 2010 Indiana State Fair has been a fair to remember.  The 17-day event wrapped up Sunday night with approximately 950,000 total ... Read more...

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Culver Camper Critically Injured Monday on PWC Accident on Lake Max

07/27/10 A Culver Academy student is in critical condition Monday evening after the Personal Watercraft (PWC) he was operating was involved in an accident around 9:30 AM Monday morning on Lake Maxinkuckee.  According to investigating ... Read more...

07/19/10 On Thursday, July 15th.

On Thursday, July 15th at 1:21 PM Officer Bob DeLee with the Plymouth Police Department responded to East Jefferson Street regarding a physical altercation. Upon arriving at the location Officer DeLee arrested 47 year old Troy J. Benedict ... Read more...

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Ancilla, Calumet College to Co-Host Open House

Ancilla College and Calumet College of Saint Joseph (CCSJ) will be co-hosting an open house on Tuesday, July 20, at Ancilla to present two bachelor’s degrees that will be offered at the Donaldson-based campus this coming fall semester. ... Read more...

United Way of Marshall County Golf Card Still Available

07/19/10 The summer may be half over, but there’s still plenty of time to play golf and support your local United Way.   The popular Golf Card is still available for a $50 donation to the United Way of Marshall County.  The card ... Read more...

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County Seeks $2 Million Federal Funds for 7th Road

07/19/10 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) held a public meeting on Thursday, July 15 for eight area communities to present their applications for federal funding which is appropriated through the LaPorte District. Officials ... Read more...

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CONGRESSMAN DONNELLY TESTIFIES IN SUPPORT OF RAPID CLAIMS ACT

07/05/10 On Thursday, Congressman Joe Donnelly testified in support of The Rating and Processing Individuals’ Disability (RAPID) Claims Act in front of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, Subcommittee on Disability Assistance and ... Read more...

Plymouth School Board To Meet July 8

7/4/10 The Plymouth School Board is scheduled to meet on July 8 at 7:00 p.m. in the Administration Board Room. The meeting is open to the public; however, comments are limited to agenda items. Agenda items include, but are not limited to, ... Read more...