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City Council Considers Full-Time, In-House RD Position

September 30, 2020
City Council Considers Full-Time, In-House RD Position

Monday evening during the Common Council meeting, Mayor Mark Senter continued the discussion of hiring a full-time HR Director for the city versus outsourcing the job to a contractor. The mayor was asked if he had a proposal and he responded, “No.  What I would like to do is have a motion and vote...
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Hocus Pocus Presented by Argos Parks Department

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September 30, 2020
Hocus Pocus Presented by Argos Parks Department

The Town of Argos continues to provide fun opportunities for the community to connect. Just as their summer TGIF Argos events wrapped up, the Town of Argos started promoting their first annual Octoberfest. “The town is growing” states Mark VanderWeele, Argos Economic Development Director. “As we continue to expand and look forward, events like...
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City Board of Public Works Awards Bid for Demolition; Offers Conditional Employment to Joshua Baker

September 30, 2020
City Board of Public Works Awards Bid for Demolition; Offers Conditional Employment to Joshua Baker

Monday evening the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety awarded the bid to demolish the home at 701 West Lake Avenue in Plymouth. The residence had been declared unsafe and the property owners have failed to take any action. Langfeldt Excavating had the lowest bid at $12,900.  They will have 90 days to...
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New Blueberry Sculpture Installed at Marshall County Philanthropy Center

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September 30, 2020
New Blueberry Sculpture Installed at Marshall County Philanthropy Center

The Marshall County Community Foundation (MCCF) and United Way of Marshall County (UWMC) are excited to re-introduce a blueberry sculpture at the new Marshall County Philanthropy Center offices located at 2680 Miller Drive, Plymouth.  The sculpture celebrates the unique nature of the partnership between the Community Foundation and United Way in Marshall County. The new blueberry sculpture with a...
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2021 Distinguished Young Woman of Triton to be named Saturday, October 10,

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September 30, 2020
2021 Distinguished Young Woman of Triton to be named Saturday, October 10,

The Triton Distinguished Young Woman Board of Directors are proud to introduce the seven young ladies who will vie for $4,900 in college scholarships and the opportunity to represent the community as the 57th Distinguished Young Woman of Triton. Due to restrictions, a limited number of tickets to the October 10th scholarship program are...
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Indiana Department Of Health Update

September 30, 2020
Indiana Department Of Health Update

The Indiana Department of Health today announced that 965 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at the state laboratory, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 120,019 the total number of Indiana residents known to have the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous...
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Walorski Applauds Federal Grant to Boost Exports of Made-in-America RVs

September 30, 2020
Walorski Applauds Federal Grant to Boost Exports of Made-in-America RVs

 U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Tuesday applauded a partnership between the U.S. Department of Commerce and the RV Industry Association (RVIA) to help RV manufacturers boost exports to international markets. RVIA was awarded a grant and technical assistance through the International Trade Administration’s (ITA) Market Development Cooperator Program (MDCP) to reduce trade barriers and regulatory hurdles...
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Archery Season To Open Thursday

September 30, 2020
Archery Season To Open Thursday

The 2020-21 deer reduction zone season started Sept. 15, archery season begins Oct. 1, and firearms season begins Nov. 14. DNR would like to remind everyone to be aware of their surroundings. Hunters are not required to wear hunter orange until firearms season in November, and could be hard to spot. If you see...
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AG Curtis Hill sues Indiana debt collection agency that operated deceptively and without a license

September 30, 2020
AG Curtis Hill sues Indiana debt collection agency that operated deceptively and without a license

Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill has filed a civil complaint against an Indiana debt collection agency and its owner, alleging they engaged in deceptive and abusive debt collection practices and acted as a debt collection agency without a license from the state. Nelson Macwan created Munster, Indiana-based New Britain Financial in 2015, and the...
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Town Of Culver Lifts Boil Order

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September 30, 2020
Town Of Culver Lifts Boil Order

The Town of Culver has announced that as of 11 A.M. Wednesday, September 30th, the Boil Advisory for Town of Culver residents is lifted. The Town of Culver would also like to thank all the residence for their patience and understanding.  
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Plymouth City Council Approves 1st Step in Tax Abatement Process for Jingu North American

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September 29, 2020
Plymouth City Council Approves 1st Step in Tax Abatement Process for Jingu North American

Members of the Plymouth City Council took the first step in the Tax Abatement process Monday evening for the property at 2935 VanVactor Drive.  The council unanimously passes a resolution declaring the property to be an Economic Revitalization Area. Jerry Chavez, Marshall County Economic Development Corporation CEO and President discussed the expansion project proposed...
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REES Progress Tour

September 29, 2020
REES Progress Tour

An iconic community theater in downtown Plymouth is about to go on tour. The REES Cinema Theatre was the vision of Stewart and Opal Rees and brought to life by noted architect Alves O’Keefe. Construction on the theater began in July of 1939 that transformed a massive three-story brick structure built in 1865 known...
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Culver Community Schools Receives Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund Grant

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September 29, 2020
Culver Community Schools Receives Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund Grant

The Culver Community Schools is one of 30 school districts in Indiana named as a recipient of a grant obtained by the Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning (CELL) through the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Fund. The $4.8 million grant will fund devises and broadband connectivity across nine Education Service Centers and...
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Halloween Day Trains For Family Fun

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September 29, 2020
Halloween Day Trains For Family Fun

The whole family can enjoy some fun autumn experiences at the Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum on Saturday, October 31st. Travel through the scenic countryside to the Grand Kankakee Marsh area while taking in the sights and smells of the fall colors and harvests. Trains depart from the depot, in North Judson, IN, for the...
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Plymouth Woman Arrested On OWI Charge

September 29, 2020
Plymouth Woman Arrested On OWI Charge

On Sunday, September 27th at 3:03 A.M. Officer Richey with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop in the area of Lake Avenue east of North Oak Drive. During the course of the traffic stop it was found that 49 year old, Gidget M. Montague of Plymouth was Operating a Motor Vehicle While...
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Plymouth football halted two weeks by COVID

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September 29, 2020
Plymouth football halted two weeks by COVID

In a release from Plymouth High School Principal Jim Condon Tuesday he confirmed that members of Plymouth’s coaching staff had tested positive for COVID-19. Quoting the release: On Monday evening, the Plymouth High School Administration learned that a member of our coaching staff tested positive for COVID.  In compliance with guidelines established by the...
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Town Of Culver Accepting Applications For Seasonal Workers

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September 29, 2020
Town Of Culver Accepting Applications For Seasonal Workers

The Town of Culver is accepting applications for two seasonal workers to assist the street department with leaf and brush pick-up. Applicants must be willing to work in all weather conditions and must be 18 years of age with a valid driver’s license. If interested, please submit an application at Culver Town Hall, 200...
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Report Of Domestic Fight Leads To Two Arrests

September 29, 2020
Report Of Domestic Fight Leads To Two Arrests

On Friday, September 25th at approximately 7:05 P.M. Officer Arnold with the Plymouth Police Department responded to a report of a domestic fight in the area of the access road to the south of Aldi’s. Prior to Officer Arnold’s arrival it was reported that one of the parties involved had left the scene in...
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Indiana Department Of Health Update

September 29, 2020
Indiana Department Of Health Update

The Indiana Department of Health today announced that 761 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at the state laboratory, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 119,066 the total number of Indiana residents known to have the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous...
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AG Curtis Hill Announces $60 Million Multistate Settlement With Maker Of Medical Devices

September 29, 2020
AG Curtis Hill Announces $60 Million Multistate Settlement With Maker Of Medical Devices

Attorney General Curtis Hill announced a settlement by Indiana, 47 other states and the District of Columbia with C.R. Bard Inc. and its parent company, Becton, Dickinson and Co., requiring payment of $60 million for the allegedly deceptive marketing of transvaginal surgical mesh devices. Under the settlement, Indiana receives just over $1.7 million. Surgical...
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