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LaVille Schools purchasing...
LAPAZ/LAKEVILLE — The Union-North United School Corporation approved to...
4-H 10-year members honored...
ARGOS — 52 members of 4-H who have invested 10 years were recognized as part of...
St. Joseph Regional Medical...
PLYMOUTH — The annual "Catch the Spirit" gala was well attended by about 260...
Chickens ruffling feathers in...
PLYMOUTH — The language of Plymouth's ordinance concerning livestock in the...
The Snyders in concert...
PLYMOUTH — This Friday, tonight, Encore Performing Arts’ Music in the Park...

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Which of the following should be a Plymouth/Marshall County priority?

July 3, 2014

A. More industry/more jobs
67% (26 votes)
B. Better roads
21% (8 votes)
C. Additional recreational opportunities
3% (1 vote)
D. Increased focus on the Arts
0% (0 votes)
E. Improved schools
3% (1 vote)
F. None of these/I don't care
8% (3 votes)
Total votes: 39

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