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Send a Letter to Santa

12/09/10 Santa’s big red letter box is in the front of Centennial Park in Plymouth.  Kids can write letters to Santa and drop them in his personal mailbox (no stamp required) before December 17th, and Santa will write back to them.  ... Read more...

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Plymouth BZA Approves Variances

12/09/10   A 6 foot high stockade fence that has been in place for forty years was the subject of discussion at the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals this week.    Dave and Michelle Langdon purchase the property in the 90’s and at ... Read more...

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PHS Music Dept. Presents “Holiday Spectacular”

12/09/10 The Plymouth Community High School Music Department will present the second annual “Holiday Spectacular” Christmas Variety Show this Sunday (Dec. 12th) at 3:00 p.m. in the PHS Auditorium. Tickets will be available at ... Read more...

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CHRISTMAS TREE FIRES OFTEN FATAL

12/09/10 According to the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA), while Christmas tree fires are not common, they are likely to be serious when they occur. Between 2003 – 2007, the NFPA found that one out of every 18 reported home ... Read more...

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HOOSIERS REMINDED ‘STOMACH FLU’ IS NOT INFLUENZA

12/09/10 Winter is the season for flu, but state health officials want to remind Hoosiers the “stomach flu” is not actually influenza.  However, both can be prevented.   “This time of year, we hear a lot of talk about the flu and ... Read more...

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Semi Knocks Down Stop Light at Michigan and Jefferson

12/08/10 Due to a semi-tractor trailer crash at Michigan and Jefferson Streets on Monday December 6th, the stoplight support for westbound Jefferson Street was damaged and knocked down.  Upon further investigation by the Indiana ... Read more...

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FIRST GRANT ROUND OF 2011

12/08/10 The Marshall County Community Foundation announces it will accept applications for the first grant cycle of 2011 beginning today.  Organizations desiring to apply for a grant should visit the website at www.marshallcountycf.org ... Read more...

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County Police Investigate Thefts

12/08/10 On Monday, December 6th at approximately 5:15 PM County Officer Rick Kanarr responded to 15444 State Road 110 after the home owner reported some items missing from his property. They were unsure of when the items were taken but ... Read more...

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Osceola Man Arrested for OWI

12/08/10 The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to a one vehicle accident on Friday, December 4th at 11:30 PM at US 30 and Fir Road. Upon arriving at the scene Patrolman Joe Giordano made contact with 23 year old Eric M. ... Read more...

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Knox Woman Arrested on Warrant

12/08/10 On Thursday, December 2nd at 3:41 PM Officer Trent Shively with the Plymouth Police Department responded to the Plymouth Wal-Mart in reference to a tip that the Police Department received.  The tipster said a female subject in ... Read more...

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Real Trees and Our Environment

12/08/10 A real Indiana fresh Christmas tree is not only the centerpiece of your family’s Christmas but it is the eco-friendly choice.   Real Christmas trees are fragrant, renewable, recyclable and biodegradable.  They also consume ... Read more...

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Marshall County Neighborhood Center Seeks Assistance for Christmas

12/08/10 Faced with nearly 500 applications for assistance with food and gifts for children, Sarah Hendrix of the Marshall County Neighborhood Center has been working full-time to meet the needs, but is pleading with the community to adopt ... Read more...

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Amramp Recognizes “Rebuilding Together” For Community Partnership

12/08/10 Amramp recognized Rebuilding Together in Plymouth Indiana for their partnership efforts in 2010 at the Pathfinder Services Annual Dinner this year.  Rebuilding Together applied for a grant from their community foundation to ... Read more...

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Annie, Holiday Show at Wagon Wheel

12/08/10 The Ramada Wagon Wheel Theater in Warsaw presents its annual Holiday show this December 3-19 with 11 public performances of the hit Broadway musical Annie. Single adult tickets are $30 for all shows.  Tickets for students ... Read more...

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Shop With A Cop Auction Raised $13,000, Bidders Need to Pick-up Winnings

12/07/10 The 4th Annual Shop With  A Cop Radio Auction for Plymouth F.O.P. Lodge 195 on WTCA was a huge success.  It appears that $13,000 was raised in the seven and a half hour event.  Over 300 items were auctions off with all funds ... Read more...

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Santa Claus is Coming to Town

12/07/10 Santa Claus is coming to town.   The annual Community Christmas at the Conservation Clubhouse is this Thursday, December 9th from 5:30 to 7:30.  This is a free, festive, fun event for the kids! Santa and Mrs. Claus will visit ... Read more...

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Commissioners Move on Lake of the Woods Resolution

12/07/10 Monday morning the Marshall County Commissioners suspended the rules and passed resolution 2010-7 on second and third reading.  The resolution spells out the public easements at Lake of the Woods. Commissioner Kevin Overmyer said ... Read more...

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NEW IDENTITY MARK ADOPTED FOR MARSHALL COUNTY COMMUNTIY FOUNDATION

12/07/10 A new identity mark for the Community Foundation that is all-encompassing of Marshall County has been adopted by the Board of Directors at its recent meeting.  The new mark will soon become visible on all of the Foundation’s ... Read more...

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The Holiday Book Signing Bash at the Marshall County Museum

12/07/10 On Saturday, December 11, 2010 the Marshall County Museum will be hosting a book signing from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. featuring Amy Wenger author of Marshall County Indiana: A Brief History; Jan Shupert-Arick, author of The Lincoln ... Read more...

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North Cental IN Legislators Appointed toCommittees

12/07/10 North Central Indiana lawmakers have been appointed to House committees for the 2011 and 2012 sessions of the Indiana General Assembly. “The North Central Indiana delegation has a wealth of experience, a tremendous amount of ... Read more...