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Archive for September, 2012

Bids Open for City Street Projects

September 24, 2012
Bids Open for City Street Projects

  09/25/12 City attorney Sean Surissi and City Engineer Rick Gaul opened bids for the 2012 City Street and Fill projects during the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety meeting Monday evening. Three companies submitted sealed bids for the various projects.  The streets up for projects include Richter Road from Baker Street to...
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Biomet’s Dane Miller to Speak Wednesday at United Way Kick Off

September 24, 2012
Biomet’s Dane Miller to Speak Wednesday at United Way Kick Off

  09/25/12 Warsaw’s Maverick CEO, Dr. Dane H. Miller, is the featured speaker for the United Way of Marshall County Kick Off event in Plymouth, this Wednesday, September 26. Dr. Dane H. Miller, co-founder and former CEO, President and Director of Biomet in Warsaw, Indiana, will address the Marshall County audience at 11:30 am...
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WDA Kindergarten Students Learn About Community Helpers

September 24, 2012
WDA Kindergarten Students Learn About Community Helpers

  09/25/12 Washington Discovery Academy’s Kindergarten students are learning about Plymouth’s community helpers.  Students want to know who they are, what they do, and how they help us.  Fire Chief Miller and fireman Cook came to WDA in a fire truck last week and talked to the kids about how firemen are community helpers...
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Bremen Schools Make the Grade, Again

September 24, 2012
Bremen Schools Make the Grade, Again

 09/25/12 For the second year in a row, both Bremen High School and Bremen Elementary-Middle School have earned a grade of “A” from the Indiana Department of Education. Beginning with the 2010-11 academic year, the State Board of Education changed the labels for school categories based on student performance from the terms Exemplary, Commendable,...
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Jeff Yeazel Receives Award for 30 Years of Service

September 24, 2012
Jeff Yeazel Receives Award for 30 Years of Service

  09/25/12 On Friday September 21st at the fall Northwest Indiana District of American Water Works Association (AWWA)  meeting in Schererville,  City of Plymouth Water Department employee Jeff Yeazel received the John N. Hurty Award from IDEM representative, Liz Melvin  for his 30 years of service in the Indiana waterworks industry. The John N....
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Arrests by City Officer Cleveland

September 24, 2012
Arrests by City Officer Cleveland

09/25/12 On Thursday, September 20th at 9:07 PM Officer Gary Cleveland with the Plymouth Police Department observed a truck traveling on Jefferson Street near 8th Street with no head lamps or tail lamps.  Officer Cleveland initiated a traffic stop. The driver, 26 year old Tory Moorman of Plymouth was found to be intoxicated.  He...
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Bishop Rhoades to Speak at Ancilla College

September 24, 2012
Bishop Rhoades to Speak at Ancilla College

  09/25/12 Immigration in the US is a topic that creates debate as well as confusion. The effects of immigration, changing immigration policy and the politics of immigration deserve more than a few minutes of shouting in a television debate. As part of Ancilla College’s long running Lampen Lecture series Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades...
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Sea Plane Makes Emergency Landing on Riddles Lake

September 24, 2012
Sea Plane Makes Emergency Landing on Riddles Lake

  09/25/12 Inclement weather on Saturday forced an emergency sea plane landing on Riddles Lake in southern St. Joseph County.   The pilot, Michael Monreal of Barrington (IL), and his passengers were unharmed. Monreal was en route from Wolf Lake, Illinois to James Lake near Angola, Indiana when late morning storms in the South...
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Train in Knox Hits Railroad Repair Truck on Tracks

September 24, 2012
Train in Knox Hits Railroad Repair Truck on Tracks

09/25/12  On Saturday, September 22nd at 8:15 PM ,the Stark County Dispatch Center received a call from Norfolk Southern advising of an accident on the railroad tracks on Division Road in Starke County.  Upon arrival of a Knox City Officer, dispatch was advised that a Norfolk Southern repair truck on the railroad tracks had...
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Fiber Arts Show Month at CUTPL

September 24, 2012
Fiber Arts Show Month at CUTPL

  09/25/12 September is Fiber Arts Show Month at CUTPL. Multiple fiber art crafters are on display around the library – check out the crewel shadow box hanging over the fireplace by B.J. Lawrance. Audrey Downey is displaying her fabulous hand – loomed rugs. Felicia Payne owns her own livestock from which she harvests...
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