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Indiana Attorney General’s Mobile Operations Center to be in Plymouth

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February 22, 2018
Indiana Attorney General’s Mobile Operations Center to be in Plymouth

In May of 2017, the Office of the Indiana Attorney General launched its Mobile Operations Center (MOC) to advance constituent services and public outreach on a statewide basis. Staff members with the Attorney General’s office travel across Indiana helping Hoosiers with a variety of needs from finding unclaimed property to signing up for the...
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City Utility Superintendent Warns of Possible Sewer Overflows

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February 22, 2018
City Utility Superintendent Warns of Possible Sewer Overflows

Plymouth Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson is warning of the possibility that the city could experience sewer overflows in the next couple of days. Davidson said, “Weather conditions indicate a strong possibility that overflows could occur in the next 72 hours.” The City of Plymouth is recommending affected persons avoid all contact with water downstream...
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PHS Winter Scholar Athletes Honored

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February 22, 2018
PHS Winter Scholar Athletes Honored

Tuesday evening Plymouth High School honored the winter Scholar Athletes. The December winners were Summer Smith, daughter of Cameron Smith and Autumn Smith.  Summer is 53rd in her class.  She played soccer and is currently on the swim team and will play softball in the spring.  Summer is a member of the Nation Honor...
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Donnelly Donates Shutdown Pay to Ten Hoosier Food Banks

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February 22, 2018
Donnelly Donates Shutdown Pay to Ten Hoosier Food Banks

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly announced Thursday that, as promised, he has donated his pay for the three days that the federal government was shut down last month. The pay, worth $940, was donated to ten food banks across Indiana. Donnelly helped craft a deal last month to end the shutdown by working with a...
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BRING FLOOD-DAMAGED HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES, E-WASTE TO RECYCLE DEPOT

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February 22, 2018
BRING FLOOD-DAMAGED HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES, E-WASTE TO RECYCLE DEPOT

Marshall County residents whose homes have been damaged by the recent flood waters can dispose of some household items at the Recycle Depot. The Depot will accept household chemicals, LED or fluorescent light bulbs, batteries (except alkaline), tires, appliances, and electronics. Fees may apply for Freon-containing appliances such as refrigerators and freezers. Marshall County...
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Basketball Sectional Tickets on Sale at PHS

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February 22, 2018
Basketball Sectional Tickets on Sale at PHS

The Plymouth Boy’s Basketball team will be participating in the IHSAA Sectional next week at Northside Gym in Elkhart. Tickets for the sectional will be on sale in the PHS Athletic Office on Friday, February 23rd from 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM. Only full session tickets will be on sale for $10 each.  This ticket will allow you...
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Donnelly Statement on Short-Term Insurance Plans Proposal, Continued Health Care Sabotage

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February 22, 2018
Donnelly Statement on Short-Term Insurance Plans Proposal, Continued Health Care Sabotage

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement on the proposed rule from the Departments of Labor, Treasury, and Health and Human Services, which would continue the Administration’s efforts to undermine health insurance markets and raise health care costs for Hoosiers, while failing to offer protections for those with pre-existing conditions. Donnelly said, “Instead...
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4 PM Thursday Flood Update from Marshall County Emergency Management

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February 22, 2018
4 PM Thursday Flood Update from Marshall County Emergency Management

Here is the most recent information: A “Watch” level travel advisory remains in place for the entire county and the City of Plymouth. The Yellow River is currently at 17.61 ft.   The river is expected to crest near 17.7 ft. around 7 PM tonight and fall below flood stage around 9 PM on Monday, February 26, 2018. We do...
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Multi-instrumentalist John Bahler to be Featured on The Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour

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February 22, 2018
Multi-instrumentalist John Bahler to be Featured on The Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour

This Saturday, February 24th, at 11:00 a.m., the Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour will feature Plymouth’s own extraordinary songwriter and instrumentalist, John Bahler.  John grew up playing in his family band and he has developed an extraordinary cross-picking style which makes one instrument sound as if it were a small band.  His musical influences include the...
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SHERIFF HASSEL ANNOUNCES MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM

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February 22, 2018
SHERIFF HASSEL ANNOUNCES MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM

Sheriff Matthew Hassel today announced that Marshall County citizens who would like to join him in the fight against crime are invited to become members of the Indiana Sheriffs’ Association.  Many local citizens and some businesses have already joined the Association in support of our efforts. The Indiana Sheriffs’ Association is a nonprofit, professional,...
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