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Holmes to Serve as Full-Time Prosecutor

06/17/11 David R. Holmes, Marshall County Prosecuting Attorney, announced Thursday that he has filed notice of his intention to serve in his position full time effective January 1, 2012.  Holmes stated that he had already closed his ... Read more...

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DONNELLY REINTRODUCES BILL TO ENCOURAGE PURCHASE OF AMERICAN HYBRID VEHICLES

06/17/11 Thursday, Congressman Joe Donnelly reintroduced his bipartisan legislation, The Municipal Fleet Modernization Act, with Michigan Congressman Thad McCotter.  The Municipal Fleet Modernization Act would require that the U.S. ... Read more...

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Long Time Owner of Bosworth’s Dies

06/17/11   William Franklin Laramore died June 15, 2011 in his Ferndale Avenue home,  Plymouth of myeloma.  He was born July 6, 1920 in South Bend to Herbert K. and Muriel Bosworth Laramore.  He lived in Knox until age 14, when his ... Read more...

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Plymouth Man Arrested on Multiple Charges

06/17/11 Just before 10 p.m. Tuesday, June 14th the Plymouth Police Department received a call from Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center of a patient that had fled the ER. 34 year old Griffin F. Sterling of Plymouth had been taken to the ... Read more...

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Farmers’ Market to Celebrate Dads on Saturday

06/17/11  The Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM) will celebrate Father’s Day with an opportunity for youngsters to create their personal cards. Cyndi Cole of Purdue Extension will be on hand with a nutrition presentation from 9 to 11. So ... Read more...

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Amramp Announces Portable Roll-In Wheelchair Shower

06/17/11 Amramp, offering accessibility solutions for people with mobility challenges whether they are short or long term needs, is now offering portable roll-in wheelchair showers.  “The Amramp portable, roll-in wheelchair shower ... Read more...

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Miss Blueberry Pageant, Saturday

06/17/11  Contestants vying for the title of Miss Blueberry met at Miller’s Senior Living Community for an evening of becoming better acquainted and community service.  Seventeen young ladies from around Marshall County and their ... Read more...

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Friday Night, Michiana Racers Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

06/17/11  The Michiana Racers Hall of Fame is proud to announce the class of 2011 inductees.  The inductions will take place this Friday, June 17th at the Plymouth Speedway during the regular racing schedule.  Inductees for the 2011 ... Read more...

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Ground Breaking Ceremony for Community Resource Center

06/16/11 Although the sun wasn’t shinning and the rain was coming down there were lots of smiles as a couple dozen people crowed under some awnings for the ground breaking ceremony for the Community Resource Center. Rev. Ronald Liechty, ... Read more...

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“Destiny’s Dream” Becomes a Reality!

06/16/11 There was lots of anticipation in the Cartwright house on 6th Road in Plymouth Wednesday afternoon as Destiny Cartwright and many of her family members waited the 2 p.m. unveiling of her brand new bedroom. Destiny, the 11 year old ... Read more...

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Flower Boxes in Centennial Park Full of Color

06/16/11 Mike Hite, Plymouth Park Department Superintendent is pleased to announce that Centennial Park is full of beautiful flowers. On the evening of Sunday, June 12th over 60 wooden planter boxes were filled with flowers that were grown ... Read more...

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Pink in the Park for Ounce of Prevention

06/16/11 “PINK IN THE PARK,” an Ounce of Prevention event Comes to Centennial Park on Saturday, June 25th.  Com and watch the “Taking a Bat to Fight Breast cancer” baseball double-header on Saturday, June 25th. Play starts at ... Read more...

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Treat Traffic Signal Outage As Four-Way Stop

06/16/11 When severe weather strikes in the area, there is a chance traffic signals can lose power. The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) has technicians on call 24-hours per day to manage these issues.  Under Indiana law, ... Read more...

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Come Join the Fun of Relay for Life this Weekend

06/16/11 Plans, dollars, donations—they’re all falling into place for the big all-night Marshall County Relay for Life event Sat., June 18 in Centennial Park. The first official lap, and one of the most moving, is the ‘Survivor ... Read more...

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BOAC Continues to Make Facility Improvements

06/16/11  Members of the Plymouth Board of Aviation Commissioners (BOAC) have spent the last several months renovating, repairing and replacing areas of the airport buildings and property in an effort to make them as safe and long-lasting ... Read more...

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Miller’s Senior Living Honors Fathers on Saturday

06/16/11 To honor our area fathers and men of all ages Miller’s Senior Living Community will host a Father’s Day Cookout and Concert on Saturday, June 18 at the facility located at 625 Oakhill Ave.  Men (you may bring your ladies) are ... Read more...

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YFC Seeking Nurse for Camp

06/16/11 Regional Director for Youth For Christ, Bob Beck is looking for a nurse to assist with a summer camp.    Beck said, “Each year we take kids from all over the U.S.A. to camp.  At this camp the kids experience a high impact ... Read more...

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Minor Injuries from Sunday Accident on U.S. 30

06/15/11 Traffic was at a standstill Sunday afternoon on U.S. 30 just west of the Oak Drive intersection in Plymouth.    Lyon’s Wrecker Service and with assistance from Reichert & Knepp Wrecker Service worked at up righting a ... Read more...

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Jacob Berger Gives Back After Death

06/15/11 It was to be the first day of school on August 18, 2009 for Triton freshman Jacob Berger. Sadly however, his family, friends, team mates, classmates and the entire Bourbon community learned that day that Jacob had died. The ... Read more...

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Railroad Crossing Work on US 31 Scheduled

06/15/11  The Indiana Department of Transportation has confirmed that work on the railroad on U.S. 31 south of Plymouth between 13th and 14th Roads will begin  later this month. The south bound driving lane of traffic has been closed at ... Read more...