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Blueberry Statement on “Pause” of Tennis Court Project

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August 15, 2014
Blueberry Statement on “Pause” of Tennis Court Project

Friday morning Marshall County Blueberry Festival Vice-President Phil Martin delivered the following statement to the WTCA studios. This is their response to the City and Tennis Committee’s statement last week on the “pause” of the new Hunter Tennis Complex. The Blueberry Festival Executive Committee welcomes the decision of the Mayor of Plymouth and the...
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Bob Newton Classic to Spotlight Exciting Feature Lineup

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August 15, 2014
Bob Newton Classic to Spotlight Exciting Feature Lineup

It’s one of the fastest series in the sprint car circuit and they’ll return to Plymouth Speedway this weekend. The Sprints on Dirt Series drivers will be at the Playground of Power to participate in the Bob Newton Classic this Saturday, Aug. 16. Also on Saturday, the Swan Lake Resorts UMP Modified division will...
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Bremen Weekly Report for 8/8 – 8/14

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August 15, 2014

Bremen Police Chief Matt Hassel released the department report for Friday, August 8th through Thursday, August 14th. Bremen officers issued a total of 13 traffic citations and 22 traffic warning last week. Arrests by Bremen officers included on Friday, August 8th – Raymond Jacobs from South Bend who was arrested for driving while suspended...
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Playground of Power, Power Hour 8-16-14

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August 14, 2014


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Courthouse War Memorial get Facelift

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August 14, 2014
Courthouse War Memorial get Facelift

The monument on the court house lawn to commemorate those from out county who lost their lives serving our country in the various wars was placed there in 1956. When originally place there were 30 names of county servicemen who gave their life during WWI engraved in the granite, 118 WWII soldiers and 21...
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2 Local Companies Seek Tax Abatements

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August 14, 2014
2 Local Companies Seek Tax Abatements

This week members of the Plymouth Common Council approved the first step in the tax abatement process for two local companies by declaring their real estate to be within an economic revitalization area. Jerry Chavez, Marshall County Economic Development Corporation Executive Director said, “AK Industries has a rich history in Plymouth with 33 years...
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BA Martin to Merge with Warsaw Firm

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August 14, 2014
BA Martin to Merge with Warsaw Firm

Local architect Brent Martin announced Thursday a merger of his company with one in Warsaw. Later this month, BA Martin Architects in Plymouth will merge with SR Architects in Warsaw to become SRKM Architecture. Martin announced that he and his new partner, Jeff Kumfer, said, “Our merger discussions over the last nine months are...
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Pride of Plymouth continues to “Stay Positive”

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August 14, 2014
Pride of Plymouth continues to “Stay Positive”

Eric Day, PHS alumni and founder of the “Stay Positive” campaign, came to a band camp rehearsal this week and spoke to the entire marching band about his story and how the “Stay Positive” foundation began. This is the second season the “Pride of Plymouth” has used these shirts to remind the entire program...
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Mayor Senter Presents his 2015 Budget Monday

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August 14, 2014
Mayor Senter Presents his 2015 Budget Monday

Next Monday members of the Plymouth Common Council will join Mayor Mark Senter and Clerk Treasurer Toni Hutchings for a budget work session. The meeting will be held in the Council Chambers of City Hall beginning at 6 p.m. and is open to the public. Mayor Senter will discuss the budget and review the...
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First Day of Kindergarten at Triton

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August 14, 2014
First Day of Kindergarten at Triton

Kindergarten students in Mrs. Finley’s class at Triton Elementary School enjoyed playing a get acquainted game that ended up with a “spider web” in the middle of the room. Superintendent Donna Burroughs said, “The 2014-2015 school year is off to a great start!”
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