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NILES SCREAM PARK RAISES MORE THAN $132,000 FOR LOCAL GROUPS

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November 28, 2018
NILES SCREAM PARK RAISES MORE THAN $132,000 FOR LOCAL GROUPS

The Niles Scream Park, one of Michiana’s most popular autumn attractions, recently completed another successful season at its always changing 44 acre site on Mayflower Road between Niles and Buchanan. This year, the 45th consecutive year for running the project, the Scream Park raised over $132,000 for more than 80 area children’s organizations, civic...
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Great Turnout for Parade of Lights, Tree Lighting and Santa’s Arrival

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November 28, 2018
Great Turnout for Parade of Lights, Tree Lighting and Santa’s Arrival

Laura Mann, Promotion of the City Coordinator was very pleased with the Parade of Lights and Christmas Tree lighting event on Saturday night. This year the parade had 21 units.  She said some of the participants were new this year and some are regulars that return each year for the event.  The theme this...
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AG Hill cautions Fans Buying Event Tickets Through Secondhand Person-to-Person Transactions

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November 28, 2018
AG Hill cautions Fans Buying Event Tickets Through Secondhand Person-to-Person Transactions

As fans prepare to descend on Indianapolis this weekend for the Big Ten championship football game between Northwestern and Ohio State universities, Attorney General Curtis Hill Tuesday warned consumers of the dangers of buying tickets to spectator events through secondhand person-to-person transactions. Person-to-person buying typically involves a cash transaction for tickets without documentation proving...
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Joan “Faye” Leffert age 97 of Plymouth

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November 28, 2018

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Reichard’s double/double leads Pilgrims to win

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November 27, 2018
Reichard’s double/double leads Pilgrims to win

PLYMOUTH – From the way it started there could be no way to guess that Plymouth would run away from Triton by a 61-28 final. The Trojans came out with an intensity that had Plymouth back on their heels and struggling to stay in the game. Triton had a 10-4 lead at one point...
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Chavez Updates Redevelopment Commission on Projects

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November 27, 2018
Chavez Updates Redevelopment Commission on Projects

During last week’s Redevelopment Commission meeting, Jerry Chavez, president and CEO of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation updated members on the River Gate South Development Project. He said the building project is moving forward and the building closest to Michigan Street is nearing completion.  Chavez said the developer, Scott Savin isn’t pushing to...
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Business Outlook Positive in Plymouth with American Containers Expansion

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November 27, 2018

American Containers, Inc., headquartered in Plymouth, has announced their third expansion in four years. American Containers, a leader in the corrugated packaging industry, plans to invest nearly $1.2 million in equipment to improve production capabilities and maintain their position as a valued Plymouth manufacturer. The expansion is supported by a seven-year, phase-in, personal property...
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Plymouth Board of Public Works Approves Requests

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November 27, 2018
Plymouth Board of Public Works Approves Requests

Monday evening, members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety approved two requests for prepayment. The first prepayment request was from BIS Digital out of Fort Lauderdale, FL.  They will be installing a new recording system for the new council chambers in the upstairs of City Hall. The total cost for the...
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Marshall County Health Department to Provide FREE Radon Testing Kits

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November 27, 2018
Marshall County Health Department to Provide FREE Radon Testing Kits

Radon is a naturally occurring gas in the earth’s crust that can find its way into homes.  The Radon gas can seep into homes and build up into dangerous concentrations.  The long-term exposure is the threat to your health and being a colorless and odorless gas, it is virtually undetectable without a radon detector. ...
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Senators Young and Coons Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Support Entrepreneurs

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November 27, 2018
Senators Young and Coons Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Support Entrepreneurs

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Chris Coons (D-Del.) introduced the Innovators to Entrepreneurs Act of 2018 today. This bipartisan bill encourages broader participation in the successful National Science Foundation Innovation Corps (I-Corps) program and provides additional training for innovators to learn how to turn their research into a company. “Entrepreneurs fuel Indiana’s small business community...
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