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Archive for December, 2010

Adult Basic Education Students take Welding Class

December 16, 2010
Adult Basic Education Students take Welding Class

12/17/10 Five students from the Adult Basic Education (ABE) welding classes took what could be the most important test of their lives on Thursday. They have been working for the past 15 weeks to learn and perfect welding techniques in order to obtain a MIG welding certification. According to ABE Director, Deb Sherwood, the...
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Main Street Hide & Seek Promotion Extended

December 16, 2010
Main Street Hide & Seek Promotion Extended

12/17/10 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 and find out!  Clues to the downtown’s 1920’s history will lead participants to discover the hidden past of current downtown buildings.  For example, where...
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Applications being Accepted for Rebuilding Together

December 16, 2010
Applications being Accepted for Rebuilding Together

12/19/10 REBUILDING TOGETHER is still accepting applications for the 2011 annual one-day repair, fix up program until January 1st. The work day is scheduled for Saturday, April 30th.  To be eligible an applicant must be low income, own their home and live in Marshall County. The program assists the elderly, disabled and families with...
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Safe Toys for Christmas Gift Giving

December 16, 2010
Safe Toys for Christmas Gift Giving

12/17/10 Toys are a fun part of every child’s life and an essential ingredient to the holiday season.  However, some toys and gifts can pose a hazard for children.  December is National Toys and Gifts Safety Month and State health officials would like to remind parents to take care when buying toys and gifts...
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Lee Arrested for Theft

December 16, 2010
Lee Arrested for Theft

12/17/10 On Wednesday, December 13th Plymouth Police Officer Jason Dobbins responded to the Plymouth Wal-Mart in reference to detained female shoplifters. Upon arriving at the store Officer Dobbins arrested 18 year old Rachael M. Lee of 14th Road for theft.  The juvenile with her was released to her mother. Lee was transported to the...
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Airport Board Approves Draft of 2011 CIP Submission to INDOT

December 15, 2010
Airport Board Approves Draft of 2011 CIP Submission to INDOT

12/16/10 Tuesday night the Plymouth Board of Aviation Commissioners gave their verbal approval to proceed from the first draft of the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) for 2011 to the final document.  The CIP outlines cost estimates for preferred projects being considered for a period between 2011 and 2016 and will be submitted to INDOT...
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Red Cross Needs Volunteers

December 15, 2010
Red Cross Needs Volunteers

12/16/10 The American Red Cross of Marshall and Fulton Counties is currently looking for volunteers.  Those that want to have new experiences, make new friends, learn new skills, work flexible hours, or just have the desire to help in the community, are welcome to help. The following opportunities are available: Disaster services, Administrative support,...
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Leases Approved for Old Firehouse

December 15, 2010
Leases Approved for Old Firehouse

12/16/10  The Marshall County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Blueberry Festival and Heart and Hands organizations will stay in the Old Firehouse. Monday night the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety approved the lease agreements for the Old Firehouse.  The Blueberry Festival and Bureau of Tourism will each pay $400 monthly while Heart and...
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City Council to Consider Amendment to Stop Doubling Building Permit Fees in 2-Mile

December 15, 2010
City Council to Consider Amendment to Stop Doubling Building Permit Fees in 2-Mile

12/16/10 “Experience is a powerful teacher,” according to the Statement of Intend and Purpose of a City ordinance amendment the Building Permit Ordinance. Building Commissioner Keith Hammonds recommended several additions to the building permit process along with corresponding fees.  He also recommended eliminating the doubling of permit fees for permits issued for construction in...
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MAJOR RECONSTRUCTION OF KOONTZ LAKE DAM IS APPROVED

December 15, 2010
MAJOR RECONSTRUCTION OF KOONTZ LAKE DAM IS APPROVED

12/16/10 State Representative Nancy Dembowski (D-Knox) said the State Budget Committee approved a $5.8 million project for the major reconstruction of the Koontz Lake Dam. The committee gave its approval during a Tuesday meeting at the Statehouse. The project will correct water seepage problems as well as upgrade the spillway to meet current standards....
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