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Miller gets Checkered Flag on 16th Birthday

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July 18, 2018
Miller gets Checkered Flag on 16th Birthday

Green flag racing was the theme for Saturday’s feature racing at Plymouth Speedway. Even the 600 mini sprints that had the biggest incident of the evening waited till the final lap bringing out the checkered and red flag. Noah Miller collected the feature win on his birthday from his front row starting position. The final lap...
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City Hall Reno Project Behind Schedule

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July 18, 2018
City Hall Reno Project Behind Schedule

The Plymouth Redevelopment Commission reorganized after Mayor Mark Senter read a letter of resignation from Dan Tyree.  Tyree, who served as President of the commission said he recently moved outside the city limits disqualifying him from being a member of the commission. Craig Hopple, Assistant Principal at Lincoln Junior High School was appointed by...
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THE ARTS CONTINUE TO GROW AT Boys & Girls Club

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July 17, 2018
THE ARTS CONTINUE TO GROW AT Boys & Girls Club

The kids from the Boys and Girls Club in Plymouth put their finishing touch on the new mural, entitled “Giving Tree,” Tuesday, July 17. This beautiful mural is located at the entrance to the new facility. The “Giving Tree” is a graphic representation of a life sized tree that keeps on giving: the roots...
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County Drainage Board Discusses Tile Damage by Century Link

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July 17, 2018
County Drainage Board Discusses Tile Damage by Century Link

The Marshall County Drainage Board welcomed new citizen member David Stults to their meeting Monday morning. The Drainage Board was updated on damage to the Lawrence Pontius Tile arm on 1st Road. Work by the highway department shows that Century Link installed a fiber optic cable right through the clay tile. The spring flooding...
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Over Half-A-Million Dollars of Damages to County Bridges from Flood Water

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July 17, 2018
Over Half-A-Million Dollars of Damages to County Bridges from Flood Water

Marshall County is looking at over a half-a-million dollars in damage to bridges from the February flooding. During Monday’s County Commissioner’s meeting, Jason Peters the Supervisor of Highways presented a quote from Rieth Riley Construction in South Bend. There are a total of 18 bridges that need to be repaired. The quote from Rieth...
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FIND TIPS FOR THRIFTY FASHION AT THE FAIR

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July 17, 2018
FIND TIPS FOR THRIFTY FASHION AT THE FAIR

Come to the Marshall County Fair this Friday night for tips on thrifty clothes shopping and building a capsule wardrobe. The Purdue Extension Homemakers Club is hosting their annual Consumer Clothing Thrifty Fashion Show Friday night, July 20, in the Open Class building at the Marshall County fairgrounds. The event starts at 6:30 p.m....
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Bourbon Fill the Boot Concert on 7/29 for Summer Fest Fireworks

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July 17, 2018
Bourbon Fill the Boot Concert on 7/29 for Summer Fest Fireworks

The Bourbon Fire Department will host a Fill The Boot Concert in the Gazebo Park in downtown on Sunday, July 29th. Entertainment for the evening will include Quentin Flagg sponsored by Ball Auction, Spacial Slurr sponsored by Bourbon Street Pizza and Subway, and out of retirement…gospel singers The Kings Way. The evening will include...
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MARSHALL COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION GRANT APPLICATIONS DUE AUGUST 1

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July 17, 2018
MARSHALL COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION  GRANT APPLICATIONS DUE AUGUST 1

The Marshall County Community Foundation is now accepting applications for the Fall 2018 Community Funds grant rounds. The Foundation is encouraging directly-flood-related Community Fund grant applications in this current grant round. Applications for the grant round are due on Wednesday, August 1, and the application may be found on the MCCF website. The MCCF...
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INDIANA COLLEGE GRADUATION RATES REACH ALL-TIME HIGH

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July 17, 2018
INDIANA COLLEGE GRADUATION RATES REACH ALL-TIME HIGH

According the 2018 College Completion Report released by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education, more Hoosier students are graduating college than ever. In addition, on-time college completion rates are improving across all four and two-year public campuses statewide, and extended graduation rates are increasing at most Indiana public campuses. “It is encouraging to see Indiana’s...
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AG Curtis Hill: Beware ads suggesting you’ve won a prize

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July 17, 2018
AG Curtis Hill: Beware ads suggesting you’ve won a prize

Attorney General Curtis Hill is warning Hoosiers to beware of advertising pitches that mislead consumers into thinking they have won prizes. This tactic is often employed to lure people to locations where they are subjected to used-car sales pitches. Last month, the Office of the Attorney General won a judgment in Marion County Superior Court...
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