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Clothing on Light Bulb Cause of Fire

September 9, 2013
Clothing on Light Bulb Cause of Fire

  09/10/13 The Plymouth Fire Department responded to a 9-1-1 call of an electrical fire at 725 Loon Court Monday afternoon at 1:52.  The caller indicated that smoke was coming from the crawlspace area of the home.  When firefighters arrived on the scene it was quickly discovered that a piece of clothing on top...
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County Council Cuts $400,000 from 2014 Budget Requests

September 9, 2013
County Council Cuts $400,000 from 2014 Budget Requests

    09/10/13 In less than four hours the Marshall County Council was able to red-line $400,323.00 from the 2014 budget requests.  The council started right out with the Commissioner’s budget where the reduced their requests by $37,000.  There were two major deductions, $10,000 in postage dropping it to $80,000 and a $10,000 reduction...
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Oak Drive to Close Thursday for 1 Week for Railroad Crossing Repairs

September 9, 2013
Oak Drive to Close Thursday for 1 Week for Railroad Crossing Repairs

  09/10/13 The City of Plymouth has been working with the railroad on Oak Drive since last winter for issues with the crossing.  In July Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt told member of the Board of Public Works and Safety that he was working with the rail road to schedule a time to make the...
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Plymouth Police Reports

September 9, 2013
Plymouth Police Reports

  09/10/13  On Monday, September 2nd at approximately 6:15 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Jeremy Enyart was dispatched to the Blueberry Festival’s White Tiger Exhibit located in the front part of Centennial Park.  The call was in reference to protesters.  Dispatchers further advised that the protesters had cut an opening in the Tiger Tent that...
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Plymouth School Board Meetings Tuesday, 2014 Budget Hearing, Public Hearing for $1.4 Million Projects

September 9, 2013
Plymouth School Board Meetings Tuesday, 2014 Budget Hearing, Public Hearing for $1.4 Million Projects

     09/10/13 The Plymouth School Board will be holding three meetings on Tuesday, September 10 at the Administration Board Room on Berkley St. Beginning at 7:00 p.m., the Board will hold a budget hearing for the proposed 2014 budgets, proposed 2014 capital projects plan, and for the proposed 2014 bus replacement plan. Directly...
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ISTEP Score Results Delayed

September 9, 2013
ISTEP Score Results Delayed

    09/10/13 The headlines for months have talked about problems with ISTEP+ testing in Indiana. According to the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE), schools and parents were due to receive the spring ISTEP results on September 9. Parents must have an access code to get the results over the internet by going to...
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Wythougan Toastmasters Chapter to Offer a 6-Week Speechcraft

September 9, 2013
Wythougan Toastmasters Chapter to Offer a 6-Week Speechcraft

  09/10/13 Does public speaking make you perspire? Want to sharpen your speaking and leadership skills? Want to increase your confidence in front of a group? Want to facilitate more effective meetings?   Join Wythougan Toastmasters for Speechcraft, a 6-week workshop to help you polish your presentations. We will meet on Friday mornings, September...
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Calling All Artists

September 9, 2013
Calling All Artists

  09/10/13 Heartland Artist Gallery of Plymouth is in the process of accepting applications for their25th Annual Juried Art Show.  Heartland Artist Gallery is located at 103 West LaPorte Street in Plymouth. Applications must be postmarked by Saturday, September 14, 2013.  Each application is to be accompanied by a fee of $10 per piece...
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Police Execute Search Warrants Thursday on 2 Plymouth Homes

September 8, 2013
Police Execute Search Warrants Thursday on 2 Plymouth Homes

09/07/13  During the early morning hours of Thursday, September 5th police officers from various agencies served dual search warrants that had been issued through the Marshall County Courts for two Plymouth residents.  After several months of investigating officer’s executed a search warrants at 707 Pearl Street and one at 408 South Plum Street.  Both...
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County Council to cut 2014 Budget Requests by $450,000 to $480,000

September 8, 2013
County Council to cut 2014 Budget Requests by $450,000 to $480,000

  09/09/13 Members of the Marshall County Council have a full agenda for their meeting today (9/9/13).  The morning begins at 9 a.m. with the adoption of the Solid Waste Budget, the South West Lake Maxinkuckee Sewer District Budget and the Argos Community School Budget.  The Solid Waste budget for 2014 is $316,925 or...
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