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Archive for June, 2010

City Council Gives Final Approval to Rate Increase for Wastewater Customers

June 29, 2010
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06/29/10 Monday night the Plymouth Common Council held a Public Hearing on the City’s Wastewater Rate Adjustment.  Eric Walsh from Umbaugh, the City’s financial consultants gave a brief summary on their recommendation to raise rates.  The proposal includes a two phase rate increase.  For the average monthly user who uses 5,000 gallons the increase...
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Donald Dickson Jr. Arrested for Theft from King’s Jewelry

June 29, 2010
Donald Dickson Jr. Arrested for Theft from King’s Jewelry

06/29/10 Plymouth Police apprehended the suspect that stole jewelry from King’s Jewelry Friday evening. Plymouth Police Units were dispatched to King’s Jewelry, 202 North Michigan Street at 5:16 p.m. Friday in reference to a theft.    The suspect 28 year old Donald R. Dickson Jr. had been in the jewelry store looking diamond engagement rings.  He...
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Pedestrian Falls into Moving Pickup Truck on US 6

June 29, 2010
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06/29/10 Officer Matt Brown with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department investigated a pedestrian being struck by a vehicle on US 6 Saturday night just after 10. 62 year old Hal Patterson of Walkerton was traveling west on US 6 in a 2009 Ford F-150.  Patterson told Officer Brown that he was west of Union...
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Charbonneau Applauds Court Ruling on Chicago Gun Ban

June 29, 2010
Charbonneau Applauds Court Ruling on Chicago Gun Ban

06/29/10 State Sen. Ed Charbonneau (R-Valparaiso) applauded today’s ruling of the U.S. Supreme Court striking down Chicago’s handgun ban and favoring gun ownership rights. Justice Samuel Alito, writing for the 5-4 court majority, said the Second Amendment right to bear arms “applies equally to the federal government and the states.” Two years ago, the...
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Bremen Firemen’s Festival Schedule

June 29, 2010
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06/29/10 The 2010 Bremen Firemen’s Festival kickoff Tuesday evening with the annual parade beginning at 6:30 p.m.  Thousands will line the streets from Bremen High School to Sunny Side Park. The parade is a favorite of kids with lots of candy being thrown from the floats and fire trucks.  This parade features several high...
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CONGRESSMAN DONNELLY ANNOUNCES AUGUST JOB FAIRS

June 29, 2010
CONGRESSMAN DONNELLY ANNOUNCES AUGUST JOB FAIRS

06/29/10 Monday, Congressman Joe Donnelly announced he will host two job fairs in August.  The first will take place in Kokomo on Monday, August 9th and the second will take place on Tuesday, August 24th in South Bend.  “I am committed to ensuring that every opportunity is presented to connect employers with the talented...
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HEALTH OFFICIALS WARN HOOSIERS TO BE SAFE WITH FIREWORKS THIS INDEPENDENCE DAY

June 29, 2010
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06/29/10  Fireworks are synonymous with the Fourth of July holiday.  That’s why state health officials are urging Hoosiers to observe some important safety tips, as they gather with family and friends to display their patriotism.  In 2007, 82 percent of all reported fireworks-related injuries occurred between June 30 and July 7. “Fireworks are fun...
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Campbell Wins ASA Late Model Sunoco 100 at Plymouth Speedway

June 29, 2010

06/29/210 This past Saturday night the storms stayed away for another night of great racing action. Four great classes of cars pulled into the pit area for a night filled with awesome racing action.             In qualifying the ASA Late Model North series set a new track record with Robbie Pyle going the 3/8...
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Plymouth Adult Basic Education Holds Commencement Exercises

June 28, 2010
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6/28/10 The annual Plymouth Adult Education GED commencement exercises held on June 27 was truly filled with pride. Deb Sherwood, assistant to the administrator, who oversees the day-to-day operations of the program served as mistress of ceremonies. The local classes are structured to allow adult participants to prepare for an exam.Educational Development (or GED)...
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United Way’s Annual Motorcycle Ride Benefits Heminger House

June 28, 2010
United Way’s Annual Motorcycle Ride Benefits Heminger House

06/28/10 Early morning storms on Saturday may have kept a number of motorcycle riders from participating in the 9th annual United Way Ride, but the 60 riders who made the 60 mile trip couldn’t have wished for a better day. Among the brave riders was 81 year-old Roberta Hostetler. She was a passenger on...
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