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Archive for March, 2018

Argos Teen Arrested Monday Night for Leaving the Scene of an Accident & OWI

March 27, 2018
Argos Teen Arrested Monday Night for Leaving the Scene of an Accident & OWI

On Monday, March 26, at approximately 10:30 at night, the Marshall County Sheriff`s Department received a call of an auto accident involving a semi, in the area of US 6 and State Road 106 (west), near Bremen.  County Officer Kerry Brouyette responded to the call and started investigating the auto accident.  It was found...
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Plymouth Mayor, Mark Senter’s 2018 State of the City Address

March 27, 2018
Plymouth Mayor, Mark Senter’s 2018 State of the City Address

Monday evening, Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter gave his State of the City Address.  His opening statement was, “Plymouth, Indiana is a community with a purpose, a community with a plan, a community with a positive attitude, a community with passion, a community with a profound past, a community with prudent financial responsibility…a city where...
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FEMA to be in Marshall County to Review Flood Damage

March 27, 2018
FEMA to be in Marshall County to Review Flood Damage

During the Emergency meeting of the Marshall County Council on Monday morning, the county’s Emergency Management Agency Director, Clyde Avery was on hand to give an update on FEMA. Avery said, he worked with FEMA team last Thursday and Friday finishing up the individual assessments.  Over the weekend he was notified that the Public...
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SJHS Plymouth Medical Center designated Baby-Friendly hospital

March 27, 2018
SJHS Plymouth Medical Center designated Baby-Friendly hospital

Baby-Friendly USA announced that Saint Joseph Health System  (SJHS) Plymouth Medical Center has received the prestigious international recognition as a Baby-Friendly Designated birth facility. Baby-Friendly USA, Inc. is the U.S. authority for the implementation of the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (“BFHI”), a global program sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations...
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New Song Worship Dancers Share Talent at Miller’s

March 27, 2018
New Song Worship Dancers Share Talent at Miller’s

The New Song Worship Dancers shared their gift of dance with the residents at Miller’s Assisted Living on Palm Sunday.  The group is under the direction of Ellie Longacre and is made up of female dancers ranging in ages from 12 to 42.  Most of them have been dancing since a young age and...
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Reminder: BMV Announces Good Friday Holiday Hours

March 27, 2018
Reminder: BMV Announces Good Friday Holiday Hours

All Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicle (BMV) branches will be closed Friday, March 30 in observance of the Good Friday holiday.   Branches resume regularly scheduled business hours on Saturday, March 31.   For more information on branch locations and hours, BMV Connect self-service kiosk locations, or to complete an online transaction, please visit myBMV.com.
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Spring Break Activities at the Bremen Public Library

March 27, 2018
Spring Break Activities at the Bremen Public Library

If you’re not going someplace tropical for spring break, remember you can always come to Bremen Public Library for free entertainment! Kick off spring break with a LEGO challenge — Escape from a LEGO Maze — from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 31. Design a maze, set a timer, then see how long it...
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Indiana and Ontario Form Partnership to Strengthen Economic, Workforce Development Initiatives

March 27, 2018
Indiana and Ontario Form Partnership to Strengthen Economic, Workforce Development Initiatives

Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb and Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne released a joint statement today following their meeting in Toronto: “Ontario and Indiana share a strong partnership — one that is vital to the success of workers and businesses in both our regions and to our economies. Today, we signed a memorandum of understanding...
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City Council Approves Ordinance on 2nd & 3rd Reading for Creative Financing of Aquatic Center & Early Childhood Learning Center

March 27, 2018
City Council Approves Ordinance on 2nd & 3rd Reading for Creative Financing of Aquatic Center & Early Childhood Learning Center

The Plymouth Common Council approved the ordinance authorizing the City to issue its “Taxable Economic Development Revenue Bonds and Notes, Series A, B, and C” for the Aquatics Center project and the Early Learning Center with the United Way and Community Foundation offices. The funding mechanism for these projects is extremely complicated and will...
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Former City Councilman Honored with Key-to-the-City

March 27, 2018
Former City Councilman Honored with Key-to-the-City

Monday evening Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter read a proclamation honoring former City Councilman Shawn Grobe and presented him with the Key-to-the-City. The proclamation recognized Grobe’s years of service to the city of Plymouth including:  three years as a member of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission and over six years as a member of the Common...
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