LAWRENCEBURG -- This week, a Lawrenceburg couple was arrested on numerous charges related to the manufacturing, sale, and delivery of controlled substances after a steroid manufacturing laboratory was discovered inside their home in the Hidden Valley subdivision, the Indiana State Police sai…
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PLYMOUTH — Tickets are on sale now for the second annual ‘Unmasking Domestic Violence’ masquerade gala. The event, including dinner and a silent auction will be held Saturday, July 27 at Christo’s Banquet Center. Tickets are $40 and need to be purchased in advance to accommodate catering. Pr…
CULVER — Saturday, June 8 a Scavenger Hunt beginning in the Town Park and ending with 175th birthday cupcakes at Lot No. 1 of the town’s original plat will mark the beginning of Culver’s 175th anniversary celebrations.
PLYMOUTH — The Rees Project Committee has combined fun and funding to offer 2 benefit concerts Saturday, June 22. International Musician Andy Davis will be performing from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at River Park Square. Tickets are $10 each providing entry into one or both concerts at that price.
Find the first clue for a half-mile scavenger hunt at the Lighthouse in Culver from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 8. This event marks the first of many festivities to be held celebrating Culver's establishment as Uniontown 175 years ago! Read more about the hunt in the Culver Citizen th…
The first Tuesday Culver Farmer's Market of the season started this week. The ever popular Taco Truck was there! Pick up your copy of the Culver Citizen Thursday. Subscribe by calling 574-936-3101 and ask for Shanda in circulation.
'Return to Normal' is returning to the Outdoor Culver Farmer's Market this Saturday. The Saturday Market is held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday overlooking beautiful Lake Maxinkuckee by the Train Depot and under the pavilion.
PLYMOUTH — Read about the rising stars of Lincoln Junior High School (LJH) in Monday's Pilot News. Directed by Brandi Brennan, over 150 students participated in the production of © Disney's 'Peter Pan Jr.'. Three shows were sold out Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
National Love a Tree Day is Thursday, May 16. Whether we climbed its branches as children, decorate one for the holidays, carved our names within its bark when we were young and in love, gathered leaves for a science project or simply enjoy the beauty of them ~ let's face it ~ we can't live …
Cleo was sitting pretty at Black Cat Clothing Thursday afternoon. Take an opportunity to stroll down Michigan Street in Plymouth and share with us on Facebook what fun things you see as you 'window shop'.
WASHINGTON—St. Dominic’s Sewing Group presented their third quilt on Thursday, May 2 at the Washington Township Volunteer Fire Department bingo night. This group, headed by Judi Meissner, enjoys getting together to sew gifts for people in the area. “Typically, we must make pillowcases and t…
A public meeting was held Monday to allow for public input regarding the City of Plymouth's intention to apply for federal grant funding on behalf of Rees Theatre, Inc. Find out more about the progress that has been made on the Rees renovations, the grant process, and what the public had to …
The Rees Theatre Marquee was refurbished during Phase 1 of the renovations. A grant is being sought by the City of Plymouth on behalf of Rees Theatre Inc. in the amount of $500,000.00 which will be utilized to complete Phase 4 which will include interior renovations.
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- Organizers still hoping for volunteers, donations for Plymouth viaduct beautification project
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