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Archive for August, 2013

Museum to Host Architectural History of Downtown for 2nd Friday

August 6, 2013
Museum to Host Architectural History of Downtown for 2nd Friday

    08/07/13 The Marshall County Museum is hosting a Second Friday event entitled, “The Architectural History of Downtown Plymouth.”  The presentation will be by architect, Kurt Garner, this Friday, August 9th at 7 p.m.  Garner specializes in the research and writing of applications for the National Register for Historic Places.   Enjoy a...
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2nd Annual Mattress Sale to Benefit PHS Music Dept.

August 6, 2013
2nd Annual Mattress Sale to Benefit PHS Music Dept.

  08/07/13 The Plymouth High School Band, Choir, and Orchestra will be sponsoring their 2nd annual mattress fundraiser sale on Saturday, August 24th, in the high school gym.  Name brand; Restonic and Southerland mattress sets will be sold at 30 to 60% below retail prices.  These are all top quality mattresses with full factory...
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ABC Renews 3 Permits

August 6, 2013
ABC Renews 3 Permits

  08/07/13 Three automatic renewals of license were approved by the Marshall County Alcoholic Beverage Commission on Tuesday. The board was informed that none of the three different licenses had any previous violations on their record. Thunder Motor Sports – the license at the Plymouth Speedway – along with two CVS locations in the...
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Culver’s Concert in the Park features Goldmine Pickers

August 6, 2013
Culver’s Concert in the Park features Goldmine Pickers

  08/07/13 Donna McKee, Program Director for the Culver Park and Recreation Department is excited to announce another “Concert in the Park,” part of their summer series.   This Friday evening at 8 p.m. the “Concert in the Park” series features Goldmine Pickers, an Americana sound that will take place in the park on...
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PHS Girls Golf opens season

August 6, 2013

The Plymouth Girls Golf team competed in the Harrison Invite on Monday August 5th.  The Lady Pilgrims shot a 412 lead by senior Alyssa Egierski shooting a personal best 98.  She was followed by fellow seniors Emily Denney with a 99 and Kelly Henderson with a 103. Kylee Rippy and Lauren Kolter chipped in...
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Park Board Approves Monitoring Wells for Prices

August 5, 2013
Park Board Approves Monitoring Wells for Prices

    08/06/13 Members of the Plymouth Park Department approved a resolution during their meeting Monday evening to allow for two monitoring wells on park property. EnviroForensics of Indianapolis is working with Price’s Village Valet Cleaners to monitor for possible contamination.  They were seeking permission to locate two wells on the grassy area near...
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Drainage Board Awards Logan Drain Reconstruction Project to Haskins Underground

August 5, 2013
Drainage Board Awards Logan Drain Reconstruction Project to Haskins Underground

  08/06/13 Members of the Marshall County Drainage Board convened for a special meeting Monday for consideration of the Logan Drain Reconstruction Project.  Three bids were received during the July meeting, JD Excavating at $253,940; Thomas Excavating for $239,368 and low bidder Haskins Underground for $229,000.  The project was actually bid in four portions…the...
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RC Vehicles Stolen from 5th Road Home

August 5, 2013
RC Vehicles Stolen from 5th Road Home

    08/06/13  The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department is currently investigating a burglary that took place in the 18,000 block of 5th Road.  Arriving on the scene, Deputy Larry Snyder was informed that sometime between 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, August 3rd and 3:00 a.m. on Sunday, August 4th unknown subjects entered the home through...
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Commissioner Hear Musuem and Mowing Report

August 5, 2013
Commissioner Hear Musuem and Mowing Report

  08/06/13 Executive Director of the Marshall County Museum, Linda Rippy appeared at the Commissioner’s meeting Monday to update them on activities at the museum during the months of March, April and May.  There were well over 2,000 visitors, 467 volunteer hours, 480 ABLE Program hours and 109 community service hours by school students....
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Volkswagen Driver Arrested for 90 MPH

August 5, 2013
Volkswagen Driver Arrested for 90 MPH

  08/06/13  On Saturday, August 3rd at approximately 8:00 p.m. Bourbon Officer Matthew Geiger received a dispatch of a yellow Volkswagen traveling at a high rate of speed on US 30 eastbound from Hawthorn Road.  Officer Geiger located the vehicle and clocked the vehicle going over 90 m.p.h. on the radar.  The vehicle was...
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