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Archive for June, 2016

Major Gas Leak Causes 5 hour Evacuation in Bremen

June 30, 2016
Major Gas Leak Causes 5 hour Evacuation in Bremen

  The Bremen Police Department evacuated a four block radius around Woodie’s Supermarket at the corner of Plymouth and Bowen Streets for a major gas leak Thursday afternoon about 2:30. A contractor working for INDOT hit a gas line causing the leak. Because of the nature of the gas leak, the Bremen Electric Department...
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Plymouth Church of the Brethern Announces New Minister

June 30, 2016
Plymouth Church of the Brethern Announces New Minister

After a year-long selection process, the Plymouth Church of the Brethren welcomes Pastor Tom Anders to fill the position as the full-time pastor.   Tom comes from Logansport, where he was born and reared.  He began his career as an elementary education teacher, having graduated from Ball State.   In 2010, Tom was called to...
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City Council Moves to Appropriate $1 million for Community Grossing Grant Match

June 30, 2016
City Council Moves to Appropriate $1 million for Community Grossing Grant Match

This week the Plymouth City Council unanimously approved appropriating the maximum amount of matching grant funds for Indiana’s Community Crossings grant program. The state program is allowing communities to apply for up to a million dollars in additional funding for road and street projects. The grant does require a 50/50 match. The Plymouth City...
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Update on NIPSCO’s Reynolds to Topeka Project

June 30, 2016
Update on NIPSCO’s Reynolds to Topeka Project

The project team for the Reynolds Topeka Electric System Improvement Project is informing all the property owners, area residents and other stakeholders that have been following the project that transmission line construction is expected to begin in the next few weeks.   Committed to making this a safe project and minimizing any construction related...
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Museum Seeks Donations for Children’s Area

June 30, 2016
Museum Seeks Donations for Children’s Area

The Marshall County Museum is currently reworking the children’s area on the main floor of the museum. A new theme for the area will feature the importance of agriculture with a farm to table design. Working with the Weidner School of Inquire at Plymouth High School, students interviewed long-time families involved in farming and...
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Winona Lake Man Arrested for Possession of Heroin

June 30, 2016
Winona Lake Man Arrested for Possession of Heroin

An officer with the Marshall County Police Department conducted a traffic stop on State Road 331 near 5th Road on Wednesday June 29, at approximately 9:15 in the evening. The driver, 39 year old Paul Adams of Winona Lake was subsequently arrested for Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated Endangering a Person, Operating a Vehicle...
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Argos 6th Graders have Make-up Day at S.B. Cubs

June 30, 2016
Argos 6th Graders have Make-up Day at S.B. Cubs

  The former 6th grade class of Argos Community School had a make-up day of sorts. These students were scheduled to attend a South Bend Cubs game in May in celebration of their DARE program completion. Nasty weather changed the plans that day however and they were able to celebrate and attend a game...
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PHS Grad Biking Across Country to Raise Awareness and Funds for Service to School & Team Red White & Blue

June 30, 2016
PHS Grad Biking Across Country to Raise Awareness and Funds for Service to School & Team Red White & Blue

Plymouth native, Kate Georgen, and her husband, Ben Seipel, were especially glad to have an overnight stay with Kate’s father this week. The couple left Seattle, Washington on May 30 to begin a cross-country bicycle trip across the states to raise awareness and raise funds for two organizations close to their hearts. Georgen said,...
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City Engineer Updated Pavement Asset Management Plan for 50/50 Grant Match

June 30, 2016
City Engineer Updated Pavement Asset Management Plan for 50/50 Grant Match

Rick Gaul, the Plymouth City Engineer told members of the Board of Public Works and Safety that they continue to update the Pavement Asset Management Plan bringing it up to standard with the program’s requirements. He told them the plan must be updated for the Community Crossroads grant program as well as for any...
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Gas Leak in Bremen Causes Evacuation

June 30, 2016
Gas Leak in Bremen Causes Evacuation

The Bremen Police Department is evacuating a four block radius from Woodie’s Supermarket at the corner of Plymouth and Bowen Streets for a major gas leak. A contractor working for INDOT contractor hit a gas line causing the leak. Bremen Police are evacuating 4 blocks in all directions from Woodie’s, extending north to Dewey...
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