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Archive for June, 2019

Coffee with Dean 5-24-19

June 21, 2019


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IT’S ROCKIE FOOTBALL RADIO AUCTION DAY

June 21, 2019
IT’S  ROCKIE  FOOTBALL RADIO  AUCTION  DAY

Click here for pictures of the items and listings for each half hour of the auction: https://www.facebook.com/events/2585409158138120/?active_tab=discussion
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U.S. Highway 30 Section Renamed in Memory of Fallen Officer from Plymouth

June 20, 2019
U.S. Highway 30 Section Renamed in Memory of Fallen Officer from Plymouth

A section of U.S. Highway 30 was renamed Thursday in memory of a local state police officer killed in the line of duty, according to State Representative Jack Jordan (R-Bremen). Indiana State Police Master Motor Carrier Inspector Ralph “Ray” Reed Jr. was struck and killed on U.S. 30 in Marshall County on Aug. 3,...
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City Board of Works Approves MOU with School Corporation for Resource Officer

June 20, 2019
City Board of Works Approves MOU with School Corporation for Resource Officer

Earlier this month the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety approved a memorandum of understanding between the Plymouth Police Department and the Plymouth Community School Corporation. The MOU approved is for the 3-year renewal of the School Resource Officer with Plymouth Police Officer Bridget Hite continuing to serve in the position. City Attorney...
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Sand Hill Farm Housing Development to Transform Culver

June 20, 2019
Sand Hill Farm Housing Development to Transform Culver

Sand Hill Farm is a Regional Cities funded project that served as the cornerstone for Culver’s Stellar Designation. The project will advance quality of life and provide vital workforce housing to support the town’s largest employers. Sand Hill Farm has its roots in Culver’s comprehensive plan with the goal of transforming the community to...
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HEARTLAND ARTISTS INVITES YOU TO PLAY IN THE  STREET ON SATURDAY

June 20, 2019
HEARTLAND ARTISTS INVITES YOU TO PLAY IN THE  STREET ON SATURDAY

This Saturday, the Heartland Artists will bring art outside of the Gallery. Local, regional, and member artists will be selling their art, live music and dance performances will take place on the Michigan Street stage throughout the day, sweet and salty foods and wine and craft beer will be available, and many free interactive...
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Young, Braun Call for Naming of Navy Ship After Senator Richard Lugar

June 20, 2019
Young, Braun Call for Naming of Navy Ship After Senator Richard Lugar

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Mike Braun (R-Ind.) Wednesday announced they are introducing an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act that calls for the Secretary of the Navy to name the next unnamed Arleigh Burke Class Destroyer warship in honor of Senator Richard G. Lugar. Senator Lugar volunteered for the U.S. Navy and served...
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AG Curtis Hill leads 15 states supporting Virginia’s sentencing of D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo

June 20, 2019
AG Curtis Hill leads 15 states supporting Virginia’s sentencing of D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo

In 2002, Lee Boyd Malvo and a co-conspirator unleashed a wave of terror in the Washington D.C. area — killing 10 people and wounding multiple others in sniper attacks carried out over several weeks. Malvo, who was 17 at the time he perpetrated these senseless killings, was sentenced by a jury in 2004 to...
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National Weather Service: Sunny and Dry on Friday, Rain over the Weekend

June 20, 2019
National Weather Service: Sunny and Dry on Friday, Rain over the Weekend

Here is the latest update from the National Weather Service: First the good news…..Friday is expected to be dry with some sunshine around. There is some indication that the Friday night heavy rain event might be shifted more to our southeast, but areas west of IN-15 and south of US-30 may still see some...
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As We See It 6-19-19

June 20, 2019


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Rockie Football Radio Auction this Friday on WTCA

June 19, 2019
Rockie Football Radio Auction this Friday on WTCA

The 9th annual Rockie Football Radio Auction on WTCA begins this Friday morning right after the 9 a.m. news. Football moms have been working hard the past couple of weeks to gather hundreds of items for the auction blocks.  As in years past there are lots of gift certificates for services, restaurants and personal care. ...
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Revenue Funding Update for County Highway

June 19, 2019
Revenue Funding Update for County Highway

Marshall County Highway Superintendent Jason Peters give County Commissioners an update on the revenue distribution during their meeting Monday.  He noted that the highway department is not funded through property taxes but through gas tax and miscellaneous revenues.    The Motor Vehicle Highway distribution from the state for June 2019 was $355,357.84.  Last year...
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City Attorney Discusses TIF Districts and Overlapping Taxing Units

June 19, 2019
City Attorney Discusses TIF Districts and Overlapping Taxing Units

Tuesday evening Plymouth City Attorney, Sean Surrisi gave members of the City Redevelopment Commission and representatives from overlapping taxing an overview of the TIF Districts and the projects they have completed and are working on. A new requirement from the state mandates that Redevelopment Commissions across the state provide an annual review of TIF...
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Bremen’s Coffel named to All USA Today team

June 19, 2019
Bremen’s Coffel named to All USA Today team

McLEAN, VA — The ALL-USA Today High School Softball Team for the 2018-19 season was selected in coordination with Michael Kyllo-Kittleson of Fastpitch News based on high school performance, level of competition and strength of schedule. Players from states that play in the fall or the spring were eligible for consideration. Bremen’s Erin Coffel...
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Indiana State Police Warn Of New Scam Targeting Area

June 19, 2019
Indiana State Police Warn Of New Scam Targeting Area

Recently the Indiana State Police Bremen Post has become aware that there is a new scam that is targeting the area. This scam is unique because it arrives in your mailbox instead of your inbox. This scam allegedly comes from an executive from a bank in a European country that has discovered a large...
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Kimberly Wireman Arrested for False Identity, Invasion of Privacy and Warrant

June 19, 2019
Kimberly Wireman Arrested for False Identity, Invasion of Privacy and Warrant

Plymouth Police units were dispatched to 1621 North Michigan Street in reference to a verbal domestic between a male and female on Sunday, June 16th about 3:45 in the afternoon. During the investigation by Officer Krynock, 32 year old Kimberly Renee Wireman of Wheatfield identified herself with a false name and date of birth....
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MCEDC – Get to Know Marshall County Businesses: Ameri-Can Engineering

June 19, 2019
MCEDC – Get to Know Marshall County Businesses: Ameri-Can Engineering

Ameri-Can Engineering is a third-generation, family owned business in the heart of Argos. The business is an innovative manufacturer of products unlike anything else in the region, offering the most customization available in its industry. Ameri-Can Engineering manufactures high-quality portable sanitation trailers including luxury restroom trailers, decontamination trailers, laundry trailers, and shower trailers for...
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Colin Harding Arrested for Theft

June 19, 2019
Colin Harding Arrested for Theft

On Monday, June 17 Plymouth Police Officer Stuart Krynock took a theft report at 6:45 in the evening at 16602 Sunset Drive. Officer Krynock located the suspect, 19 year old Colin J Harding at his residence of 16602 Sunset Drive.  He was found to be in possession of the stolen property. Harding was transported...
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June 30 Deadline Approaching for 21st Century Scholars Enrollment Seventh, Eighth Grade Students Encouraged to Apply

June 19, 2019
June 30 Deadline Approaching for 21st Century Scholars Enrollment Seventh, Eighth Grade Students Encouraged to Apply

Indiana seventh and eighth grade students can still apply for the 21st Century Scholars program, but the June 30 deadline is swiftly approaching. 21st Century Scholars is a statewide financial aid program that provides up to four years of undergraduate tuition and fees for eligible low-income students at Indiana colleges and universities. To qualify, students must...
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Young and Duckworth Introduce Bill to Provide TSA Pre✓® to Disabled Veterans

June 19, 2019
Young and Duckworth Introduce Bill to Provide TSA Pre✓® to Disabled Veterans

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) Wednesday announced bipartisan legislation that would provide disabled veterans TSA Pre✓® at no cost. TSA Pre✓® is already offered to active duty, reserves, and National Guard service members at no cost. The Veterans Expedited TSA Screening (VETS) Safe Travel Act would expand this program to include...
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