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Archive for April, 2017

Work Zone Safety is in YOUR Hands

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April 3, 2017
Work Zone Safety is in YOUR Hands

Governor Eric Holcomb has proclaimed April 3-7 as Work Zone Awareness Week across Indiana. The week marks the ceremonial start to the highway construction season and intends to draw awareness to both motorist and worker safety while in the work zone – especially since the 2017 construction season is shaping up to be a large one....
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TOPP Motorsports team results from the past weekend

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April 3, 2017

Results for the TOPP Motorsports team from this past weekend. Both drivers raced at Lawrenceburg Speedway on Saturday, April 1. TOPP Motorsports racing results Series: USAC, non-winged Driver: Tyler Courtney, 23c Race: Opening Night at Lawrenceburg Speedway Location: Lawrenceburg Speedway, Lawrenceburg, IN, April 1 Results: finished 5th in heat race, won Semi-Feature, placed 12th in Feature...
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Karen S. Stayton, 46

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April 2, 2017
Karen S. Stayton, 46

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John E. Myers, 88, of Plymouth

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April 2, 2017
John E. Myers, 88, of Plymouth

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Lincoln Jr. High School Tree Planting Ceremony Thursday, April 6

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April 2, 2017
Lincoln Jr. High School Tree Planting Ceremony Thursday, April 6

The Plymouth High School class of 1964 has generously donated a tree and is covering all the costs to plant the tree outside Lincoln Jr. High School. Denny Bottorff, a member of the class of 1964, helped coordinate the purchase of a Ginkgo biloba tree from Price Nurseries in Plymouth. A small ceremony will...
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Ft. Wayne Teen Arrested on Drug Charges

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April 2, 2017
Ft. Wayne Teen Arrested on Drug Charges

Early Sunday morning an officer with the Bremen Police Department arrested a Fort Wayne teen. About 12:15 Officer Trent Stouder stopped a vehicle at Bowen Avenue and High Road.  The driver, 19 year old Jared R. Miller was found to be in possession of marijuana, possession of a scheduled 1 controlled substance, possession of...
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Donnelly Announces Support for Gorsuch

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April 2, 2017
Donnelly Announces Support for Gorsuch

Sunday, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly announced he will support the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch. Donnelly said, “I have said consistently that part of my job is to carefully review, debate, and vote on judicial nominations, including nominees to the Supreme Court. It is my obligation as Senator to consider the qualifications of each...
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Replacing the Outdated ISTEP Exam

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April 1, 2017
Replacing the Outdated ISTEP Exam

One of Indiana lawmakers’ top priorities this session is to replace the broken ISTEP exam, and last week the senate Committee on Education and Career Development passed House Bill 1003, which would replace ISTEP after June 2018. HB 1003 would create a new statewide assessment program – Indiana’s Learning Evaluation and Assessment Readiness Network (ILEARN)....
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Commissioners Hold Public Hearing to Re-establish Cum Cap Fund Rate at Maximum

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April 1, 2017
Commissioners Hold Public Hearing to Re-establish Cum Cap Fund Rate at Maximum

The Marshall County Commissioners will hold a public hearing to re-establish the Cumulative Capital Fund Rate at the maximum rate during their meeting Monday, April 3rd at 9 a.m. The Commissioners, with the support of the County Council would like to increase the tax rate, not to exceed $.0333 per $100 of assessed valuation. ...
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Neighborhood Center Outreach Manger Speaks to Plymouth Lions Club

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April 1, 2017
Neighborhood Center Outreach Manger Speaks to Plymouth Lions Club

Dustin Schafer, Outreach Manager for the Marshall County Neighborhood Center talked with the Plymouth Lions Club at their last meeting.  He explained the Neighborhood Center has three different areas, the food pantry, the clothing pantry, and household development.    Their Mission is to provide basic needs and services to vulnerable households, while encouraging their...
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