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Archive for December, 2016

Freshmen Orientation at PHS January 18th

December 31, 2016
Freshmen Orientation at PHS January 18th

The 2017 Open House for Freshmen Orientation at Plymouth High School is right around the corner! The event is open to students and parents from any school district on January 18, 2017 from 5:45 p.m. to 8 p.m. If students and parents are exploring the possibility of transferring into the Plymouth Community School Corporation...
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Bremen Police Arrest Warsaw Man for OWI Endangering

December 31, 2016
Bremen Police Arrest Warsaw Man for OWI Endangering

59 year old Brad Harris of Warsaw was arrested Thursday night, December 29th in Bremen following a traffic stop. Officer Jesse Pippenger stopped Harris in the 200 block of West Plymouth Street determined he was under the influence.  Harris had a blood alcohol content of .15% or higher and was booked into the Marshall...
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Bloomington Man Arrested for Possession of Marijuana

December 31, 2016
Bloomington Man Arrested for Possession of Marijuana

Thursday night, December 29, at approximately 11:35 an officer with the Marshall County Police Department stopped a vehicle on US 31 near State Road 10 for a speeding violation. During the course of the stop it was determined that the driver, 20 year old Samuel D. Thomas of Bloomington was in possession of marijuana....
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MCEDC Takes a Look Back at 2016 Successes throughout the County

December 31, 2016
MCEDC Takes a Look Back at 2016 Successes throughout the County

As we close out 2016, Marshall County Economic Development Corporation CEO Jerry Chavez recently said, “We can all be proud of the many successes each Marshall County community has had in 2016.”  He then listed many of the successes. Argos created a video to attract residents to its small town community this year with...
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Indiana single-family building permits up 21 percent from November 2015

December 31, 2016
Indiana single-family building permits up 21 percent from November 2015

Single-family building permits in Indiana increased 21 percent in November compared to the same time last year according to the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Permits decreased nine percent in November over the previous month. “November is the tenth consecutive month that single-family building...
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Donnelly Welcomes New Sanctions Against Russia

December 31, 2016
Donnelly Welcomes New Sanctions Against Russia

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly today welcomed the Obama Administration’s announcement that it is imposing expanded sanctions against Russian entities and individuals and he again called on the Senate to establish a Senate select committee to undertake a thorough, bipartisan investigation into Russia’s hacking and interference in U.S. elections. Donnelly previously called for a bipartisan investigation earlier...
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Tips for a Safe Hoosier New Year’s Celebration with Fireworks

December 30, 2016
Tips for a Safe Hoosier New Year’s Celebration with Fireworks

Ringing in the New Year with fireworks is a popular tradition for Hoosiers. The Indiana State Fire Marshal, part of the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, is offering tips for Hoosiers to celebrate safely. State Fire Marshal Jim Greeson said handling fireworks can be dangerous, so only sober adults should handle them. Do not allow...
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As We See It with Mark and Joe 12-28-16

December 30, 2016


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Wythougan and Danielsons Open to Ideas for Rees

December 30, 2016
Wythougan and Danielsons Open to Ideas for Rees

Nearly 20 people attended to press conference at the Rees Theater Thursday afternoon as participants discuss the purchase and sale. Kurt Garner, president of the Wythougan Valley Preservation Council said, “This is kind of a historic day for Plymouth.”  He asked what the first movie shown at the Rees was, and without any answers...
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Elected Officials Sworn in Thursday

December 30, 2016
Elected Officials Sworn in Thursday

Thursday morning Marshall Superior Court I Judge Rob Bowen presented the oath of office to many newly elected officials that will take office January 1st 2017.  The ceremony was held in the extra court room in the Court House. Bowen said, “I consider it a privilege to give this oath of office to each...
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