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Sheriff VanVactor Releases November Activity Report

12/07/10 Marshall County Sheriff Jon VanVactor recently released the November Activity Report for his department. The Sheriff’s Department responded to 130 accidents in November.  116 were for property damage, 13 involved personal ... Read more...

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UNOH joins McMillen’s Top Fuel Dragster as Major Associate Sponsor

12/07/10 The University of Northwestern Ohio (UNOH) and Terry McMillen’s Hoosier Thunder Motorsports announced a unique year-long partnership last week that will make UNOH the Major Associate sponsor on McMillen’s Amalie Oil ... Read more...

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Bremen Trooper Honored with Life Saving Award

12/06/10  The Indiana State Police recently held an awards and recognition ceremony in Indianapolis.  The ceremony honored and recognized individuals from around the state for their dedication to service, bravery, and devotion to the ... Read more...

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Park Board Seeks Public Input on 5-year Plan

12/06/10 The Plymouth Park and Recreation Board will hold a public meeting immediately following the Park Board meeting on Monday, December 6th, 2010. The Park Board meeting begins at 5:00 p.m. and is held at the Conservation Clubhouse ... Read more...

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Country Auto Center Helps Webster School with “Drive for the Kids”

12/06/10 Country Auto Center helped raise $420 for Webster Elementary with Chrysler’s Drive for the Kids program. The fundraising event was held on October 28, 2010. 42 parents and guests each earned a $10 contribution to the school from ... Read more...

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ISTEP Testing Online

12/06/10 A decision made by the Indiana State Board of Education in August, has the DOE (Department of Education) evaluating the readiness of Indiana schools to administer the multiple-choice portion of the ISTEP + assessments test ... Read more...

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M.C. Museum Needs Aluminum Christmas Tree

12/06/10 The Marshall County Museum has been preparing for the Christmas Holiday by decorating various rooms in the museum.  During the renovation many of the items were found to be in a deteriorating condition.  The museum is in need of ... Read more...

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“Boots for the Bus Stop” Provides Winter Footwear and a Positive Police Interaction

12/06/10 Eight years ago, Plymouth Police Department Cpl. Bridget (Strong) Hite set out to do two things. The first was to gather needed items for the children in the community who lacked the necessary winter protection and second, to show ... Read more...

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Author Douglas A. Ziesemer Book Signing Event

12/06/10 Local author from Culver, Douglas A. Ziesemer will hold a book signing event at Café Max, 113 South Main Street in Culver this Saturday, December 11th from 1 to 3 p.m. “Kenzie’s Big Question” is a snapshot of a moment ... Read more...

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North Webster National Hammered Dulcimer Champion to Release Christmas CD

12/06/10 The 2010 National Champion Hammered Dulcimer artist Ted Yoder, a North Webster resident, is already well known for pushing the boundaries of this eclectic instrument. His new Christmas album, “Comfort and Joy” does not ... Read more...

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Shop With A Cop Radio Auction Today!

12/03/10 The Shop With a Cop Radio Auction is today.  Activities start at 9 a.m. and continue until about 4:30.  We have over 300 items to auction off.  Bidders are invited to call in and get a bid number at 936-4096.  We do have the ... Read more...

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Summary of Power of Partnerships Parent Survey at LJH

12/03/10 Lincoln Junior High Principal Dan Funston recently released the results of the Power of Partnership Parent Survey.  This survey was conducted as part of a Parent and School Leadership Academy that the school is participating in ... Read more...

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City to Plant 26 New Trees

12/03/10 Plymouth Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt has been working with Price’s Nursery preparing to plant a number of trees around the city.  Sites have been determined and marked with a stake and a spray-painted circle on the ... Read more...

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2011 Park Department Bus Trips

12/03/10  Plymouth Park Department Recreation Director Gina Young has announced the 2011 Bus Trip Schedule. The schedule kicks off with a trip to the Blue Chip Casino on January 10th.  Cost is $27 with a $2 discount for city residents.  ... Read more...

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Line-up for Dancing With the Stars Announced

12/03/10 Planning for the annual “Dancing With the Stars” fundraiser for the Marshall County Neighborhood Center has begun.  The event will take place next year on Saturday, February 5th.   Although all the details are not ready for ... Read more...

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PHS Swimmer Signs with Texas Christian University

12/03/10 Plymouth High School swimming standout Kenzie Miller has made it official. She has signed a national letter of intent to continue her academic and athletic career at Texas Christian University. Her storied career at Plymouth ... Read more...

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DONNELLY STATEMENT ON MIDDLE CLASS TAX CUTS

12/03/10 Thursday, Congressman Joe Donnelly released the following statement after the House passed legislation permanently extending the existing middle class tax cuts.  “I’ve said from the beginning of this debate that we need to ... Read more...

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SANTA’S FIRST STOP!

12/03/10 Santa and Mrs. Claus are taking a break from the North Pole to come to the Conservation Clubhouse on Sunday, Dec. 12h at 4:00pm. as part of the Plymouth Park Department’s holiday events.  “Santa’s First Stop” was created ... Read more...

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Plymouth Board of Public Works & Safety Hires 2 Paramedics

12/02/10 The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety met in executive session on Monday to interview candidates to fill two full-time paramedic positions that are open at the Plymouth Fire Department. The board interview four potential ... Read more...

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2011 One Book One Town, The Great Gatsby

12/02/10 Ever wonder what it would have been like to live in Plymouth in the “Roaring 20’s”?  Participate in the “Main Street Hide & Seek” promotion with the downtown merchants from December 6th to December 17th and find ... Read more...