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Secretary of State reminds voters of upcoming Oct. 4 voter registration deadline

September 29, 2010
Secretary of State reminds voters of upcoming Oct. 4 voter registration deadline

09/30/10 Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita is reminding Hoosiers of the upcoming voter registration deadline which is this coming Monday, Oct. 4. Hoosiers can register to vote by visiting their local county clerk’s office or a Bureau of Motor Vehicles branch, as well as by downloading or filling out an online application before...
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Wrap-up of National Assisted Living Week

September 29, 2010
Wrap-up of National Assisted Living Week

09/30/10 Millers Senior Living Community in Plymouth celebrated National Assisted Living Week with a couple of events. Maggie Kubley of Chicago got National Assisted Living Week under way at Miller’s Senior Living Community with her musical “Tribute to Patsy Cline”. Maggie is the daughter of Dr. John and Mary Kubley and the grand-daughter of...
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MAYOR ANNOUNCES REWARD FOR CEMETERY VANDALISM

September 28, 2010
MAYOR ANNOUNCES REWARD FOR CEMETERY VANDALISM

09/29/10 Thanks to private donations, there is a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the persons responsible for the damage to the Oakhill Cemetery. On Sunday, September 26th approximately 110 gravestones were damaged by vandals. More than 22 of them were damaged beyond repair. Later in the day Tri-Kappa...
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CONGRESSMAN DONNELLY’S RAPID CLAIMS ACT PASSES HOUSE

September 28, 2010
CONGRESSMAN DONNELLY’S RAPID CLAIMS ACT PASSES HOUSE

09/29/10 Wednesday, Congressman Joe Donnelly’s Rating and Processing Individuals’ Disability (RAPID) Claims Act, H.R. 5549, passed the House of Representatives as a part of H.R. 6132, The Veterans Benefits and Economic Welfare Improvement Act of 2010. Donnelly introduced The RAPID Claims Act on June 17, 2010 to improve the turnaround time and efficiency of...
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Bremen Post Releases August Enforcement Activity

September 28, 2010
Bremen Post Releases August Enforcement Activity

09/29/10 The Bremen State Police Post had the following enforcement activity for August 2010. This Indiana State Police Post covers Marshall, Elkhart, Kosciusko, and St. Joseph Counties. · Traffic tickets issued 1,481 · Warnings issued 2,281 · D.U.I. arrests 42 · Criminal arrests 150 · Speeding Trucks (over 10,000 lbs) 47 Speeding is the...
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Sponsorships Still Available for Harvest Festival of Bands

September 28, 2010
Sponsorships Still Available for Harvest Festival of Bands

09/29/10 There is still time to sponsor the October 9th Harvest Festival of Bands at Plymouth High School. This spectator event begins at 4:00 PM and features 17 bands from a 60 mile radius. Business card ads are only $25.00 and display ads run $50.00, $100.00 and $200.00 for a full page in the...
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Local Business Celebrates 35 Years in Downtown Plymouth

September 28, 2010
Local Business Celebrates 35 Years in Downtown Plymouth

09/29/10 It’s been a fun ride according to Jeff Jones, President of Anco Office Products. “Back when we opened, we had no outside commercial accounts, dad serviced our customer’s mechanical machines and I delivered most of the items on my Suzuki motorcycle!” In 1975, we bought out Anco Office Equipment on Water Street and...
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PHS Key Club Offers Homework Help

September 28, 2010
PHS Key Club Offers Homework Help

09/29/10 The Plymouth High School Key Club has decided to offer Homework Help again this year at the Plymouth Public Library! The program started this week on Monday. Homework Help runs Mondays through Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:30 and is available as long as school is in session. Elementary, Intermediate and Junior High students...
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Indiana Chamber of Commerce Endorses Walorski

September 28, 2010
Indiana Chamber of Commerce Endorses Walorski

09/29/10 The Indiana Chamber of Commerce today announced its endorsement of Jackie Walorski for the 2nd District Congressional seat. The Indiana Chamber is the state’s leading small business organization representing nearly 5,000 member companies and over 800,000 Hoosier workers. “From South Bend to Kokomo, it’s no secret what issue is foremost in the minds...
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Plymouth Men Arrested for Meth Lab and Dealing

September 28, 2010
Plymouth Men Arrested for Meth Lab and Dealing

09/28/10 On Sunday, September 26th at 3:39 p.m. Officer Les McFarland with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to the area east of Tulip Road, and south of Lincoln Highway in reference to an all terrain vehicle (ATV) traveling up and down the railroad tracks. Upon arriving to the area the officer observed a...
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City Officers Make Weekend Arrests

September 28, 2010
City Officers Make Weekend Arrests

09/28/10 On Friday, September 24th at 3:17 PM Officer Trent Shively with the Plymouth Police Department arrested 28 year old Adam Risner of Adam Street for Domestic Battery. Risner was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked on a $2,000 bond. He was released on Saturday, September 25th at 4:10 PM after posting...
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City Begins Task of Fixing Headstones in Cemetery

September 27, 2010
City Begins Task of Fixing Headstones in Cemetery

09/28/10 City employees began the tedious task of resetting dozens of tombstones in Oak Hill Cemetery Monday. During the late night hours of Saturday or early Sunday morning approximately 100 headstones, monuments and grave markers were toppled over, pushed off their foundations and even smashed into pieces. Cemetery Superintendent Jim Ousnamer met with police...
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Mayor Announces the Wheel of Progress: 2010

September 27, 2010
Mayor Announces the Wheel of Progress: 2010

09/28/10 To learn more about the history of Plymouth, you can explore the exhibits in a museum, search the archives and books at a library. To learn about Plymouth’s future however, ask your neighbors, the business owners, the people who come to visit this fine city. Plymouth residents, businesses and visitors are all being...
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Lt. Governor Skillman Awards More Than $34 Million for Water Infrastructure Projects from Disaster Recovery Funds

September 27, 2010
Lt. Governor Skillman Awards More Than $34 Million for Water Infrastructure Projects from Disaster Recovery Funds

09/28/10 Last week, Lt. Governor Becky Skillman announced that 38 Hoosier communities will receive grants totaling $34,423,314 for water infrastructure projects. These grants are funded by an appropriation for disaster recovery efforts from the federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. These funds were made available to aid in economic recovery after several natural...
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Lt. Governor Skillman Awards More Than $34 Million for Water Infrastructure Projects from Disaster Recovery Funds

September 27, 2010
Lt. Governor Skillman Awards More Than $34 Million for Water Infrastructure Projects from Disaster Recovery Funds

09/28/10 Last week, Lt. Governor Becky Skillman announced that 38 Hoosier communities will receive grants totaling $34,423,314 for water infrastructure projects. These grants are funded by an appropriation for disaster recovery efforts from the federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. These funds were made available to aid in economic recovery after several natural...
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DRY CONDITIONS ADD TO HARVEST DANGER

September 27, 2010
DRY CONDITIONS ADD TO HARVEST DANGER

09/28/10 While the short term weather forecast this week speaks of a couple of opportunities for rainfall, it is doubtful that it will turn around the current recent very dry and now dangerous conditions that farmers are facing as they continue the harvest. The three-month forecast offers little relief with higher than normal temperatures...
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Flagpole Dedicated to Memory of Stapen

September 27, 2010
Flagpole Dedicated to Memory of Stapen

09/27/10 The United States of America flag that now waves proudly in front of Sunrise Chapel in Plymouth is a most fitting memorial for the late Jim Stapan. Stapan was a Marine Corps veteran and had most recently served as Marshall County Veteran Affairs Officer prior to his passing. A dedication ceremony for a...
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Vandalism in Oak Hill Cemetery

September 27, 2010
Vandalism in Oak Hill Cemetery

09/27/10 Oak Hill Cemetery in Plymouth was vandalized Saturday night or early Sunday morning with dozens of tombstones being tipped over, broken off or destroyed. The totals are not in but members of Tri Kappa are saying that more that 60 grave sites in the older section of the cemetery were victims of vandalism....
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Tri Kappa History Walk a Success

September 27, 2010
Tri Kappa History Walk a Success

09/27/10 The third bi-annual Oak Hill Cemetery History Walk created by Tri Kappa was held Sunday afternoon amidst an era of distress. Several committee members were in the cemetery about noon and surveyed the damage that had happened overnight. Apparently several subjects tipped over, pushed off their foundations and actually broke dozens of headstones...
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Witness Calls County Police on Theft of Generator

September 27, 2010
Witness Calls County Police on Theft of Generator

09/27/10 On Thursday, September 23rd about 1:30 p.m. the Marshall County Police Department received a call from a person who believed he may have witnessed a theft in the 9,000 block of State Road 17. The witness told Officer Bruce Carter that he saw a two ton blue van stop in front of a...
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