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Bremen To Pain Fire Hydrants to Show Water Flow Ability

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August 18, 2019
Bremen To Pain Fire Hydrants to Show Water Flow Ability

Citizens in Bremen will soon notice a major change in the look of their fire hydrants.  In a release from the town it was announced on Friday that the Bremen Water Department is going to start repainting the fire hydrants. While the character painted hydrants were unique to the town, the Water Department and...
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AG Hill: Court Decision Clears Way for State to Proceed in Lawsuit Against Purdue Pharma

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August 18, 2019
AG Hill: Court Decision Clears Way for State to Proceed in Lawsuit Against Purdue Pharma

Attorney General Curtis Hill Friday expressed continued resolve to hold Purdue Pharma accountable for its alleged role in contributing to the state’s opioid crisis after a court rejected the company’s motion to dismiss Indiana’s pending lawsuit. In its motion to dismiss, Purdue Pharma argued among other things that Indiana’s Deceptive Consumer Sales Act does not...
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The Indiana Department of Insurance Recommends Making Sure Your College-Bound Student Has the Insurance Coverage Needed While Away at School

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August 18, 2019
The Indiana Department of Insurance Recommends Making Sure Your College-Bound Student Has the Insurance Coverage Needed While Away at School

It’s time for the first day of classes for most students heading to colleges and universities in Indiana. While your focus may be on your child’s move and making sure their living space is a safe and comfortable environment to live and learn, don’t forget to review your insurance coverage with them so they...
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Academy’s Craig headed for Iowa

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August 17, 2019
Academy’s Craig headed for Iowa

CULVER – Friday afternoon, CMA Football star defensive-end and Indiana Mr. Football candidate Deontae Craig announced on Instagram that he intends to join the Iowa Hawkeye Football’s incoming class of 2020. Craig, a Fort Wayne, IN native and one of the top DE prospects in the Midwest had his pick of exceptional programs, receiving...
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Registration for put and take pheasant hunts begins Sept. 7

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August 16, 2019
Registration for put and take pheasant hunts begins Sept. 7

Sign-ups for put and take pheasant hunts begin on Sept. 7 at 6 a.m. On that date, hunters can begin purchasing a reservation for put and take pheasant hunts aton.IN.gov/INhuntfish. They do not need to log in or create an online account to purchase a reservation, but must have an online account to look...
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Suspected Storage Unit Thieves Arrested

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August 16, 2019
Suspected Storage Unit Thieves Arrested

On August 01st and on August 04th the Marshall County Sheriff`s Department received reports of thefts of items from several storage units located at Castle Storage at the intersection of State Road 17 and State Road 8. The Bourbon Police Department also had report of thefts of items from storage units located in the...
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City of Plymouth to Participate in State Program for FEMA Grant to Purchase Properties in the Flood Plain

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August 15, 2019
City of Plymouth to Participate in State Program for FEMA Grant to Purchase Properties in the Flood Plain

Monday evening during the Plymouth Common Council meeting, City Attorney Sean Surrisi gave members information on a FEMA grant opportunity the state is applying for and Plymouth will participate in.   Indiana Homeland Security is applying for FEMA funds to purchase flood prone properties across the state and Plymouth has four properties identified for participating...
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County BZA Approves Communication Tower for VanHerks on St. Rd. 17

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August 15, 2019
County BZA Approves Communication Tower for VanHerks on St. Rd. 17

Tuesday evening members of the Marshall County Board of Zoning Appeals considered the Special Exception request of Andy and Carolyn VanHerk at 10702 State Road 17 to erect a communication tower on their property. The VanHerks did not attend the meeting but representation for them told the board the plan is to erect a...
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Two Injured in Crash on US 31 at Railroad

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August 15, 2019
Two Injured in Crash on US 31 at Railroad

Deputy Brown with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to a two vehicle accident at the railroad on US 31 south of 13th Road Wednesday afternoon, August 14th.  At approximately 12:30 the Marshall County Sheriff`s Department received a 911 call for a two vehicle personal injury crash involving a passenger car and a semi...
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Airport Board Updated on Airport Layout Plan

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August 15, 2019
Airport Board Updated on Airport Layout Plan

This week members of the Plymouth Board of Aviation Commissioners were advised of updates to the Airport Layout Plan by engineer Mark Shillington from Woolpert. He said the plan is currently 65% complete. Future plans now include creating a 5,000 foot by 100 foot runway but the next project is to construct a parallel...
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