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Archive for June, 2012

Mayor Senter Elected Vice-President of ICOM

June 23, 2012
Mayor Senter Elected Vice-President of ICOM

  06/25/12 Earlier this month Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter was elected a Vice-President of the Indiana Conference of Mayors. On June 8th at the ICOM conference in Lawrenceburg Mayor Mark accepted the position as vice-president.  He will be serving under Whiting’s Mayor Joe Stahura who was elected President.  Their terms will begin on July...
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Free 6-Inch for Subway Grand Opening Monday

June 23, 2012
Free 6-Inch for Subway Grand Opening Monday

  06/25/12 Subway lovers were very concerned when the sandwich shop at the corner of Michigan and Jefferson Street closed its doors the end of December.  The sign on the door explained that they were moving north to a larger store front across the street from Centennial Park. On March 29th the new store...
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May Activity Report for Plymouth Police

June 22, 2012
May Activity Report for Plymouth Police

   06/25/12 Plymouth Police Chief Jim Cox presented his May departmental activity report to the Board of Public Works and Safety last week. His staff handled 841 calls for information, conducted 464 traffic stops, investigated to 287 complaints and responded to 199 9-1-1 calls. Plymouth Police officers made 105 traffic arrests in May, issues...
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City Council gives Redevelopment green-light for $1.7 Bond

June 22, 2012
City Council gives Redevelopment green-light for $1.7 Bond

  06/25/12 Last Monday, members of the Plymouth Common Council approved a resolution approving the issuance of bonds by the Redevelopment Commission for the construction of a local public improvement project. The project is the first phase of River Park Square. The first part of the project will include the acquisition and demolition of...
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Coats Supports Bipartisan Farm Bill

June 22, 2012
Coats Supports Bipartisan Farm Bill

  06/25/78 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) today made the following statement after voting for the Agriculture Reform, Food and Jobs Act of 2012, a bipartisan farm policy bill: “Hoosier farmers and agricultural producers are among the best in the world and this bill ensures they will have the certainty they need to maintain and...
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State Road 4 Closure West of North Liberty

June 22, 2012
State Road 4 Closure West of North Liberty

 06/25/12 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces the closure of State Road 4 to thru traffic, between State Road 104 and State Road 23, on Monday, June 25th. In addition, S.R. 4 will be closed to all traffic .2 miles east of S.R. 104. Crews will be replacing a pipe along this stretch....
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Conservation Camp registrations still available

June 22, 2012
Conservation Camp registrations still available

06/25/12  C.O. Mollenhour conservation camp sponsored by the DNR is still accepting registrations for boys and girls ages 9-14.  The camp for the boys runs from July 8th through the 13th and girls camp begins July 15th through the 20th. Campers learn about all aspects of Indiana’s natural resources through Indiana Conservation Officers and...
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MONA M. STETLER – 66 – from Plymouth

June 22, 2012
MONA  M.  STETLER – 66 – from Plymouth

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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$40,000 scholarship winner from Bremen

June 21, 2012
$40,000 scholarship winner from Bremen

   06/22/12 Katrina Clevenger, a 2012 graduate of Bremen High School, won a $40,000 national scholarship, announced Monday, June 18, in the Art Institutes 2012 Storytellers Photography Competition. More than 500 contestants from all 50 states and Puerto Rico entered the contest that required them to submit six photographs to create a portfolio with the...
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Correction: Heart & Hands Closes, Liquidation Sale on Saturday

June 21, 2012
Correction: Heart & Hands Closes, Liquidation Sale on Saturday

  06/22/12 Heart and Hands has been serving the Marshall County communities for the past 11 years educating over 2,000 primarily Hispanic speaking students in the English language, customs, rules and laws.  But the end of May they announced that they were closing their offices in Plymouth and Bremen.  The closure was blamed not...
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