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Archive for July, 2013

Encore Hosts Soul Funkshun at Friday’s Music in the Park

July 25, 2013
Encore Hosts Soul Funkshun at Friday’s Music in the Park

  07/26/13Soul Funkshun is a five-piece band based out of South Bend specializing in Funk, Soul, R&B and more Funk.   You’ll love their sound if dance music is your thing. They feature the old-school sound of such artists as; Stevie Wonder, The Isley Brothers, Kool & The Gang, The Commodores, Sly & The Family...
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Friday and Monday Closure of State Road 110, South of Lake Maxinkuckee

July 25, 2013
Friday and Monday Closure of State Road 110, South of Lake Maxinkuckee

  07/26/13 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces the closure of State Road 110, between SR 17 and SR 117, on Friday, July 26th and Monday, July, 29th. Crews will perform a chip seal and fog seal operation to preserve the road surface. SR 110 along this stretch will be closed Friday for...
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SJRMC to Honor Fallen Firefighters on July 30th

July 25, 2013
SJRMC to Honor Fallen Firefighters on July 30th

    07/26/13 Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth will be holding a special memorial service to honor the fallen members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots.  On June 30th, nineteen members of this elite wildfire-fighting team were killed while battling a blaze in Yarneil, Phoenix.  Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center’s service will be...
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WALORSKI SUPPORTS PRIVACY RIGHTS FOR AMERICAN CITIZENS

July 25, 2013
WALORSKI SUPPORTS PRIVACY RIGHTS FOR AMERICAN CITIZENS

  07/26/13 As part of the House-passed Department of Defense Appropriations Act (H.R. 2397), Congresswoman Jackie Walorski supported an amendment offered by Congressman Richard Nugent to stand up for the privacy rights of American citizens in light of recent revelations regarding NSA surveillance.  “American citizens must be protected from overreaching government infringement,” said Walorski. ...
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William “Billy” Long, also known as “Longer” – 62 – from Plymouth

July 25, 2013
William “Billy” Long, also known as “Longer” – 62 – from Plymouth

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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KENNETH H. KIEL – 74 – from Plymouth

July 25, 2013
KENNETH H. KIEL – 74 – from Plymouth

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Thursday’s Water Main Flushing Schedule

July 25, 2013
Thursday’s Water Main Flushing Schedule

  07/25/13 City of Plymouth Water Department Distribution System Foreman Eric Keilman announced today’s water main flushing areas. Today they’ll start flushing water mains on Pidco east of Oak Drive to West Harrison Street, then on Flora Street to West Harrison from Pidco, also in this step Patterson Street and Bishop Sheridan Street.  At...
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Shawn E. Brown Sentenced to Ten Years for Manufacturing Methamphetamine and One Year for Resisting Law Enforcement

July 24, 2013
Shawn E. Brown Sentenced to Ten Years for Manufacturing Methamphetamine and One Year for Resisting Law Enforcement

  07/25/13 Shawn E. Brown, 27, of Bremen was sentenced today in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 10 years imprisonment for manufacturing methamphetamine and an additional year of imprisonment for resisting law enforcement. No part of the sentences were suspended, and were ordered to be served concurrently.  Brown admitted that on February 15,...
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Fire Chief Seeks Approval for Ambulance Bids, Remodeling, New Employees

July 24, 2013
Fire Chief Seeks Approval for Ambulance Bids, Remodeling, New Employees

  07/25/13 Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller asked members of the Board of Public Works and Safety for approval to seek quotes to replace one of the three ambulances in the department.  Medic 1 is the red ambulance and is a 2007.  The next ambulance on rotation is known as Medic 2 and is...
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Oliver Ford Supports Pack-A-Backpack

July 24, 2013
Oliver Ford Supports Pack-A-Backpack

  07/25/13 Oliver Ford in Plymouth has jumped on board with the annual Pack-A-Backpack campaign sponsored by Plymouth FOP Lodge 195.  For the past 10 years the FOP has gathered school supplies and then distributed them to the councilors in the various schools around the county.  Last year approximately 600 backpacks were distributed and...
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