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Archive for October, 2013

Bill Ellinger Appointed to Redevelopment Commission

October 31, 2013
Bill Ellinger Appointed to Redevelopment Commission

  11/01/13 Members of the Plymouth Common Council had to appoint a member to the Redevelopment Commission during their meeting this week.  The appointment was necessary to replace Don Wendel who had to resign his position since he has recently moved outside of the city limits.  Three citizens tossed their hats into the ring...
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$4 Million in 3rd Quarter City Building Permits

October 31, 2013
$4 Million in 3rd Quarter City Building Permits

  11/01/13 Plymouth Building Commissioner, Keith Hammond presented the 2013 third quarter report to the Board of Public Works and Safety during Monday night’s city meeting.  There were a total of 75 permits issued during July, August and September with the actual costs of the permits totaling $7,255.40.  The estimated value of the projects...
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City Board of Public Works & Safety Approve Grant Opportunity

October 31, 2013
City Board of Public Works & Safety Approve Grant Opportunity

11/01/13 Monday evening members of the Board of Public Works and Safety motioned to move forward with a FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) grant to purchase additional property in the flood plain.  City Attorney Sean Surrisi told members that FEMA had approved the city for an additional grant in April of this year but...
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Operation Round Up® Grants Awarded

October 31, 2013
Operation Round Up® Grants Awarded

  11/01/13 The Operation Round Up® Board of Directors granted their first round of funds thanks to participating members of Marshall County REMC.  Operation Round Up® allows Marshall County REMC members to round up their monthly electric bill to the next highest dollar.  The rounded up amount is accumulated in a separate fund administered...
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Keyser Arrested on Multiple Charges

October 31, 2013
Keyser Arrested on Multiple Charges

  11/01/13 On Wednesday, October 30th at 1:19 p.m. Marshall County  Sheriff’s  Deputy Jonathan Bryant hears a female screaming as she walked down the sidewalk with a male subject and a child.  The officer began his investigation at the intersection of Harrison Street and 5th Street for the domestic situation. The male subject was identified...
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Applications for Heating Season Bill Payment Help Begin Monday

October 31, 2013
Applications for Heating Season Bill Payment Help Begin Monday

  11/01/13  Enrollment for federal heating bill assistance programs for low-income households begins on Monday, Nov. 4, 2013. Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) helps connect customers in need with federal and local assistance programs. “While temperatures can be unpredictable, payment assistance programs help provide our customers experiencing financial difficulties with a sense of...
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Plymouth Hot Air Balloon Pilot 2nd in State Competition

October 31, 2013
Plymouth Hot Air Balloon Pilot 2nd in State Competition

  11/01/13 This past weekend the father son duo, and Michiana Balloon Rides pilots, of Jim and Brian Kunze competed in the “Balloons Over Killbuck” hot air balloon event in Anderson, Indiana.  This event featured the Montgolfier cup, to find the best hot air balloon pilot in Indiana.  Twenty Five pilots competed in the...
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Superheroes at Argos Elementary for Red Ribbon Week

October 31, 2013
Superheroes at Argos Elementary for Red Ribbon Week

  11/01/13 Mary Jackson, Argos Community School Librarian said Argos Elementary School was invaded by superheroes as part of the Red Ribbon Week, the anti-drug celebration this week.    Showing their “true colors” were:  (back row-left to right) Guidance Counselor Rich Stauffer, 1st grade teachers Val Harley and Jenny Harness and 3rd grade teacher...
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WALORSKI, UPTON SUPPORT THE KEEP YOUR HEALTH PLAN ACT

October 31, 2013
WALORSKI, UPTON SUPPORT THE KEEP YOUR HEALTH PLAN ACT

  11/01/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Tuesday announced support for the Keep Your Health Plan Act, a bill introduced yesterday by Congressman Fred Upton (MI-06), to protect the many Americans whose health plans are being cancelled due to Obamacare.    “Choosing a health care plan is a personal decision that should not be dictated...
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Mary Treesh – 70 – from Plymouth

October 31, 2013
Mary Treesh – 70 – from Plymouth

  Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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