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City Council Denies Request to Waive Late Fee for Pretty Lake Conservancy District

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October 26, 2016
City Council Denies Request to Waive Late Fee for Pretty Lake Conservancy District

The request of the Pretty Lake Conservancy District to waive a late payment fee for a sewer bill ended with Mayor Mark Senter having to cast his vote on a tie vote. Monday night Steve Carter from Carter Dillon Umbaugh attended the meeting on behalf of the Conservancy District.  Carter said his firm was...
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City Council Considers Allen Street Vacation Petition from Milten Properties

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October 26, 2016
City Council Considers Allen Street Vacation Petition from Milten Properties

A public hearing was held on the request of Milten Properties to vacate Allen Street during the Plymouth Common Council meeting Monday. Allen Street runs back behind Mila’s grocery and Dr. Todd Stillson’s medical office on East Jefferson Street. Dr. Stillson said, “Allen Street is a street many people don’t know exists.”  He said...
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Sheriff’s Department Gathers Over 900 Pounds of Drugs in Take Back Program

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October 26, 2016
Sheriff’s Department Gathers Over 900 Pounds of Drugs in Take Back Program

This past weekend the Marshall County Sheriff Department participated in the DEA Drug Take Back Program at Walgreens in Plymouth.  This program helps the community get rid of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs. During the past 10 months the Marshall County Sheriff Department has collected 993pounds of discarded medications. The Marshall...
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City Board of Works Approves use of Ground Penetrating Radar for Parking Lot Issue

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October 26, 2016
City Board of Works Approves use of Ground Penetrating Radar for Parking Lot Issue

Ground penetrating radar will be used to determine the voids under the city parking long immediately to the south of the Plymouth Police Department. During Monday’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting, City Engineer Rick Gaul requested approval of a quote to determine the extent damage.  Gaul said, “Instead of going and just...
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INDOT and Indiana State Police Team Up to Combat Highway Copper Wire Theft

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October 26, 2016

The crime of copper wire theft from lights that illuminate INDOT roadways is literally highway robbery of Indiana drivers. Indiana taxpayers are being ripped-off and highway safety is being compromised. Over the last two months, lighting wire theft in INDOT Northwest district has cost Indiana taxpayers more than $100,000 in repair and replacement costs....
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Local Lions Clubs Donate Dictionaries to Triton 3rd Graders

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October 26, 2016
Local Lions Clubs Donate Dictionaries to Triton 3rd Graders

Third graders at Triton Elementary enjoyed a visit from the local Lions Clubs of Bourbon and Etna Green just before fall break. Each year the Lions Club graciously brings each third grader at Triton a dictionary that can be used in school all year and then taken home at the end of the school...
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What’s Your Opinion 10-26-16 (Rob Scarberry-Joe Donnelly-Senior Expo)

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October 26, 2016


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What’s Your Opinion (LJH Fundraiser) 10-25-16

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October 26, 2016


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What’s Your Opinion 10-24-16

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October 26, 2016


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Plymouth vs. Angola (Sectional Football) 10-21-16

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October 26, 2016


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