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Indiana Secretary of State reminds voters of different options for voting in General Election

 10/13/10 Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita is reminding voters, who may be unable to vote in-person on or would like to vote prior to Election Day, of alternative options for casting their ballots. “Allowing voters to cast an ... Read more...

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City Board of Public Works Takes Action on Incapacitated Firefighter/Paramedic

10/12/10 Monday night the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety took official action on a firefighter/paramedic that is incapable of fulfilling her required job duties. City Attorney Nelson Chipman and Fire Chief Andy Metsker appeared ... Read more...

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Great Weather for Harvest Festival of Bands

10/12/10 “The stars aligned and the great weather helped bring in record crowds during the 12th annual Harvest Festival of Bands Saturday evening” according to Jeff and Lenore Jones, P.H.S. Music Booster Supporters.  The ... Read more...

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Meet Your Candidate at the Marshall County Builders Association Meeting

10/12/10 The Marshall County Builders Association will hold a “Candidate’s Night” at the Plymouth Country Club on Tuesday, October 12.  The meeting will be a dinner meeting and each candidate will be given the opportunity to speak ... Read more...

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City Police Officers Make Arrests

10/12/10 On Tuesday, October 5th at 10:39 PM Officer Bridget Hite with the Plymouth Police Department responded to the Plymouth Wal-Mart in reference to a male subject attempting to exchange a pair of pants for cash.  He was advised that ... Read more...

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More Arrests by City Officers

10/12/10 Saturday afternoon at 4:19 PM Officer Derek Workman conducted a traffic stop at Jackson Heights Road and Bayless Street on 27 year old Ashley S. Mc Cowen of Plymouth. Mc Cowen was arrested for theft and possession of a controlled ... Read more...

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Rebuilding Together Accepting Applications

10/12/10 REBUILDING TOGETHER is still accepting applications for the 2011 annual one-day repair, fix up program.  Applications will be accepted until January 1st. The work day is scheduled for Saturday, April 30th. To be eligible an ... Read more...

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Book Fair at Webster School

10/12/10 Webster Elementary School in Plymouth is hosting the Scholastic Book Fair from October 11th through October 20th. Funds raised will help purchase books for our library and classrooms. Families, faculty, and the community are ... Read more...

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Public Invited to Genealogical Society’s Annual Dinner

10/12/10 The Marshall County Genealogical Society will host their Annual Dinner on Tuesday, October 19th at 5:30 p.m. at the Marshall County Museum. Reservations for the event which includes a delicious meal are $10. The program for the ... Read more...

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Ancilla baseball teams up with Jesse!

10/12/10  The Ancilla College baseball team continued their long history of working with Plymouth-based Joint Educational Services in Special Education (J.E.S.S.E.) on Friday when they invited J.E.S.S.E. students to spend the day playing ... Read more...

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Walorski Picks Up NFIB Endorsement

10/11/10 With uncertainty growing among the nation’s employers, payrolls fell by a net total of 95,000 jobs in September according to a report released today by the Department of Labor.  The jobless rate has now topped 9.5% for 14 ... Read more...

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September Activity Report for Sheriff’s Department

10/11/10 Marshall County Sheriff Jon Vanvactor recently released the September activity report for his department.  County police officers responded to at total of 61 vehicular accidents.  54 crashes were property damage, while 6 ... Read more...

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Charbonneau calls on parents to pledge commitment to children’s success

10/11/10 State Senator Ed Charbonneau (R-Valparaiso) last week called on Hoosier parents to make a formal commitment to their children’s academic success and make education a number one priority.  Indiana’s Department of Education ... Read more...

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WVPC to Tour during Annual Meeting

10/11/10 From 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, October 15, Wythougan Valley Preservation Council (WVPC) is hosting their annual meeting at the Marshall County Museum in downtown Plymouth.   The public is invited to attend and take a walking tour of ... Read more...

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Ancilla Nursing Students Kosinski, Landis Honored by Nursing Organization

10/11/10 Ancilla College nursing students Kelsey Kosinski and Gina Landis were honored recently at the 6th Annual Scholarship Benefit Luncheon hosted by Nursing 2000 North at Aberdeen Manor in Valparaiso.  Both Kosinski and Landis were ... Read more...

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GENEROUS DONORS PROVIDE HOPE FOR THE FUTURE

10/11/10 New endowment funds are set to help Marshall County residents with meeting the costs of higher education and enhancing the quality of life.  All of the funds were recently accepted by the Board of Directors at the Marshall County ... Read more...

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Polish American Heritage Month Coloring Contest at Library

  10/11/10 Everyone enjoys a “Coloring Contest” and if you like to color, this is your chance to win some great prizes.   The Plymouth Public Library is having a coloring contest in recognition of “Polish American Heritage ... Read more...

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No Unemployment Insurance Payments on Monday Due to Holiday

10/11/10 Due to bank and government observance of Columbus Day, unemployment insurance benefits will not be posted on debit cards on Monday, October 11, 2010.   Payments for eligible vouchers filed on Sunday, October 10 and Monday, ... Read more...

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Christmas Card Making Class at Library

10/11/10 Marge Keltner will teach a holiday card making class at the Plymouth Public Library.  Participants will learn how to make a “folded ribbon” Christmas card. The class will be held on Tuesday, October 12, from 10:00 ... Read more...

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Plymouth Library Offers Special “Dogs at the Library” Reading program

10/11/10 The Plymouth Public Library is featuring a wonderful program called, “DOGS AT THE LIBRARY”.  Do dogs like books and enjoy listening to stories?  The Marshall County 4-H Dog Club students and their dogs will be in the ... Read more...