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Archive for January, 2014

Closing for Tuesday, January 28th

January 27, 2014
Closing for Tuesday, January 28th

  Ancilla College Argos Schools Bremen Public Schools Culver Schools Oregon Davis Schools Plymouth Schools, Grace Baptist & St. Michael John Glenn Schools Triton Schools Union North United Schools Better Way Products in Bremen both shifts on Tuesday Bremen Composites Boys and Girls Club in Plymouth The January 28th monthly meeting of the Marshall...
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EXTREME COLD PRESENTS HEALTH RISKS

January 27, 2014
EXTREME COLD PRESENTS HEALTH RISKS

  01/28/14  When the winter temperatures drop, staying warm and dry can be a challenge.  And with the cold winter weather already upon us and expected for the days ahead, State health officials recommend Hoosiers take steps to plan for the cold.   “These extremely cold temperatures, paired with ice and snow, can be...
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NIPSCO Offers Winter Safety Tips During Extended Cold Temperatures

January 27, 2014
NIPSCO Offers Winter Safety Tips During Extended Cold Temperatures

  01/28/14 As Indiana continues to experience the latest blast of frigid temperatures, NIPSCO reminds customers of important safety tips during snowy and icy conditions.   NIPSCO crews across the region are working to ensure safe, reliable natural gas and electric service, and the company is prepared to respond to emergencies and calls throughout...
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Special Joint City Council and Park Board Meeting on Tennis Facility on for Tonight

January 27, 2014
Special Joint City Council and Park Board Meeting on Tennis Facility on for Tonight

  01/27/14  A special joint meeting of the Plymouth Common Council and Park Department is scheduled for tonight at 6:30 in the Council Chambers of City Hall.  Both boards will be discussing the proposed new tennis complex that will be located directly to the north of the current tennis courts.  Tennis Club committee members...
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An Emergency Declaration and “Warning Level” Travel Advisory go into effect at 6:00am. Please stay off the roads

January 27, 2014
An Emergency Declaration and “Warning Level” Travel Advisory go into effect at 6:00am. Please stay off the roads

  01/27/14 Strong winds are causing extensive blowing and drifting of roads making them hazardous to travel or, in some cases, impassable.  Due to the deteriorating conditions, the Marshall County Board of Commissioners has issued an emergency declaration regarding travel upon roadways in the un-incorporated areas of Marshall County. Additionally, the Mayor of Plymouth...
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Cancellations for Monday

January 26, 2014
Cancellations for Monday

  01/27/14 Closing and Cancellations for Monday, January 27th: Purdue Extension Marshall County Educations Programs from 1-4pm today have been POSTPONED. Due to the weather, there is no Marshall County 4-H Fairboard meeting tonight. It has been rescheduled to next Monday, the 3rd.  People’s Drug Store will close at 4 p.m. Argos Library BPC...
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$70,000+ Made at Dancing with the Stars Fundriaser for Neighborhood Center.

January 26, 2014
$70,000+ Made at Dancing with the Stars Fundriaser for Neighborhood Center.

   01/27/14  The 6th Annual Dancing With The Stars fundraiser for the Marshall County Neighborhood Center was held Saturday night at the beautiful Swan Lake Resort.     Even though the weather had been bad all day and the County Commissioners enacted a Travel Advisory the banquet hall was full of 380 guests waiting...
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“Watch Level” Travel Advisory will remain in place thru tonight

January 26, 2014
“Watch Level” Travel Advisory will remain in place thru tonight

  01/26/14 The Marshall County Commissioners after discussion with the Marshall County Highway Superintendent, Marshall County Sheriff and Emergency Management Agency Director have decided to leave the county travel status at the “Watch Level”. A “Watch Level” Travel Advisory means that; Only essential travel is recommended. Use caution while driving. Avoid driving thru drifts....
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FT. WAYNE WOMAN KILLED NEAR BOURBON ON US 30 & FIR ROAD

January 26, 2014
FT. WAYNE WOMAN KILLED NEAR BOURBON ON US 30 & FIR ROAD

  01/27/14 The Marshall County Coroner’s Office released the name of a 21 year old female from Ft. Wayne that was killed instantly Saturday morning at the intersection of U.S. 30 and Fir Road north of Bourbon.    21 year old Jarica Tyson was southbound on Fir Road and turned into the path of...
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NIPSCO Offers Winter Safety Tips During Extended Cold Temperatures

January 26, 2014
NIPSCO Offers Winter Safety Tips During Extended Cold Temperatures

  01/27/14  As Indiana continues to experience the latest blast of frigid temperatures, NIPSCO reminds customers of important safety tips during snowy and icy conditions.   NIPSCO crews across the region will be working to ensure safe, reliable natural gas and electric service, and the company is prepared to respond to emergencies and calls...
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