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The Zone to host MMA amateur event featuring some of Plymouth’s best

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November 30, 2017
The Zone to host MMA amateur event featuring some of Plymouth’s best

PLYMOUTH – Saturday night at The Zone in Plymouth local fans of mixed martial arts will be able to see some of the best amateur fighters in the midwest as the Michiana Fight League will bring a card of some of Plymouth’s finest to the cage in a card that starts at 6 p.m....
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Mayor’s Youth Council to Start Adopt-A-Street Program

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November 30, 2017
Mayor’s Youth Council to Start Adopt-A-Street Program

In September, the Mayor’s Youth Council presented a request to begin an Adopt-A-Street program to the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety.  The board gave a nod of support and the Youth Council began the process of working out the city’s responsibilities along with the applicant’s responsibilities. During Monday night’s meeting members of...
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Walorski Outlines Farm Bill Priorities

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November 30, 2017
Walorski Outlines Farm Bill Priorities

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Thursday sent House Agriculture Chairman Mike Conaway a letter outlining priorities for the 2018 Farm Bill. Walorski served on the Agriculture Committee in the 114th Congress, chairing the Nutrition Subcommittee. Based on feedback from Hoosier farmers across Indiana’s 2nd District, Congresswoman Walorski urged Chairman Conaway to protect crop insurance, reduce...
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VA Announces Rollout and Application Process for New Veterans ID Card

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November 30, 2017
VA Announces Rollout and Application Process for New Veterans ID Card

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced that the application process for the national Veterans Identification Card (VIC) is now available for Veterans — yet another action honoring their service. This has been mandated through legislation since 2015 to honor Veterans, and today’s rollout of the ID card fulfills that overdue promise. Only...
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M.C. Solid Waste Shred Event Saturday

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November 30, 2017
M.C. Solid Waste Shred Event Saturday

Clear your paper clutter in time for the holidays and beat identity theft at the same time! The Marshall County Recycle Depot will host their annual Grateful Shred event this Saturday, December 2, from 8:00 – 12 noon.  The annual shredding event is in partnership with Integra Certified Document Shredding and Destruction Services. Any Marshall...
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Take the City of Plymouth Downtown Parking Survey

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November 30, 2017
Take the City of Plymouth Downtown Parking Survey

Are you satisfied with parking in downtown Plymouth? The city of Plymouth and Discover Plymouth are working with the Michiana Area Council of Governments on a parking study to aid the city in understanding their parking needs in downtown. The goal of the study is to reflect the needs of the users, so the...
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After 10 Stops on Farm Bill Listening Tour, Donnelly Ready to Push Hoosier Priorities in Upcoming Farm Bill

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November 30, 2017
After 10 Stops on Farm Bill Listening Tour, Donnelly Ready to Push Hoosier Priorities in Upcoming Farm Bill

After holding his 10th Farm Bill listening session of the year, U.S. Senator Donnelly is prepared to advocate for Hoosiers in the upcoming Farm Bill. Donnelly, a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, said, “This is a critical year for the Indiana agriculture community as we prepare to write another Farm Bill.  As the hired help,...
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Nappanee Man Arrested in Centennial Park for Meth

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November 30, 2017
Nappanee Man Arrested in Centennial Park for Meth

A traffic stop by a Plymouth Police Officer on Tuesday evening landed a Nappanee man in the Marshall County Jail. About 8 p.m. Officer Krynock stopped a vehicle near Randolph and Becknell Drive in Centennial Park.  During the investigation a white powdery substance and paraphernalia was located. Stewart M. Hummel claimed ownership of the...
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Walorski Backs Measure to Prevent Harassment in Congress

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November 30, 2017
Walorski Backs Measure to Prevent Harassment in Congress

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Wednesday voted to require all members of Congress and their staff to undergo training aimed at preventing harassment and discrimination in the congressional workplace. “Every workplace should be free of harassment, discrimination, and mistreatment – and Congress is no exception,” Congresswoman Walorski said. “My office has long had a strict,...
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NIPSCO PLEDGES IMPROVEMENTS IN PIPELINE SAFETY EFFORTS

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November 30, 2017
NIPSCO PLEDGES IMPROVEMENTS IN PIPELINE SAFETY EFFORTS

NIPSCO reaffirmed its commitment to pipeline safety in response to the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission’s (IURC) decision Wednesday regarding Notices of Probable Violations recently issued to the company. The notices, which were issued by the Commission’s Pipeline Safety Division at the end of 2016, were centered on the timeliness and accuracy of locates for...
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