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Living on the Land

September 16, 2010
Living on the Land

Living on the Land is a two part educational series that explores farming practices and various crop and animal enterprises that can be done on small acreage and other aspects of living in a rural setting.  This training series well be held at several locations across Indiana.  Marshall County is hosting a site for...
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Indiana Secretary of State Announces the Nation’s First Online Comprehensive Roster of Elected Officials

September 16, 2010

Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita announced Wednesday the release of a new online tool allowing Hoosiers to generate and view the names and responsibilities of each of their elected officials across federal, state and local government. ‘Who Are Your Elected Officials,’ is the first of its kind in the nation and supplies voters with...
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Pride Big Winners at Fairfield

September 16, 2010
Pride Big Winners at Fairfield

The Pride of Plymouth Marching Band won the Goshen Invitational this past weekend beating Fairfield High School and five other bands. Fairfield is an annual state finalist so this was a huge accomplishment for PHS students! Plymouth also won the overall award for “Outstanding Music.” This was the first time in MANY years that the Pride...
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Hoosiers Urged to Prepare for Respiratory Illnesses

September 16, 2010

Fall is approaching and winter is just around the corner.  Hoosiers are being urged to take preventative steps to prepare for the cold weather, when respiratory diseases will be circulating the most. “September is National Preparedness Month, and it is a good time to think about preparing for the coming cold weather by taking...
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DEMBOWSKI PLEDGES TO OPPOSE ANY TAX INCREASE ON HOOSIERS

September 16, 2010
DEMBOWSKI PLEDGES TO OPPOSE ANY TAX INCREASE ON HOOSIERS

Nancy Dembowski, state representative for Starke, LaPorte, and Marshall County, voiced her opposition to any effort to raise taxes on the people of her district during the next legislative session.  Dembowski’s pledge comes after the Indiana Fiscal Institute’s announcement on Thursday that the State would have to raise taxes during the next legislative session....
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No Bidders for Aviation Board Project

September 15, 2010

The Plymouth Aviation Board was prepared to open bids on Tuesday night for a crack seal repair project for the Plymouth Airport. The only glitch, however, was that there were no bids for the project. Chris Snyder of Woolpert, Inc., consultants for the board, said, “I reached out to all potential bidders.” He called...
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Adult Basic Education Welcoming New Students

September 15, 2010

The staff of Plymouth Adult Basic Education extends an invitation to anyone interested in their programs to attend an open house on September 17 from 1:00-5:00 p.m. The classes are held at the Work One Center on Kingston Rd. in Plymouth. The open House is also being held to celebrate National Adult Education Week....
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Mayor Invites Public to Indiana Main Street Program

September 15, 2010
Mayor Invites Public to Indiana Main Street Program

Mayor Mark Senter is inviting interested community members and downtown business owners to the Downtown Revitalization Committee Wednesday evening. This month’s meeting will begin at 5:30 in the Plymouth Community School Corporation Administration building at 611 East Berkley Street. Mayor Senter has invited Shae Kmicikewycz of the Indiana Main Street Program to speak during...
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Hospital Auxiliary to Sell Mums

September 15, 2010
Hospital Auxiliary to Sell Mums

On Thursday the Auxiliary of Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth will host their annual fall fundraiser.  The ladies will be selling beautiful potted mums for $4 each or 3 for $10.  Mums are available in a variety of colors.  For best selection it is recommended you shop early.  The sale is Thursday...
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Neighborhood Center Seeking Donations of Halloween Costumes

September 15, 2010

The Marshall County Neighborhood Center is asking the community to help them make Halloween a real “treat” for our community’s children. Marshall County Neighborhood Center will be holding a Halloween costume giveaway party on Friday, October 22nd from 5-7.   The Center is in need of your help in col­lecting new and GENTLY used Halloween...
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Pathfinder Services Honors Plymouth Employees for Years of Service

September 15, 2010
Pathfinder Services Honors Plymouth Employees for Years of Service

Pathfinder Services, Inc. presented service awards to their Plymouth and Knox employees on Friday, September 10th at Christo’s Restaurant in Plymouth. Joanne Mackin- Community Support Specialist for Pathfinder Services was recognized for 25 years of service by President John Niederman.   Andrea Blum-Community Support Team Leader and Alexis Knudson-QMRP, were recognized for 20 years...
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Semis Collide when One Stops at Railroad Crossing

September 15, 2010
Semis Collide when One Stops at Railroad Crossing

Monday afternoon about 2:45 traffic on US 31 was diverted of the highway for an accident on the railroad tracks between 13th and 14 Roads. Marshall County Police Officer Nick Laffoon investigated the crash that involved two semis.  The accident occurred when the a 2007 International Semi driven by 60 year old Richard Webster...
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Children’s Author to Sign New Book at City Center

September 15, 2010
Children’s Author to Sign New Book at City Center

This Saturday the popular children’s author, Cheri Hallwood, will be signing copies of her new illustrated book, ‘One Wish for Winifred Witch’ from 3-5 p.m. at City Center News and Books, 114 N. Michigan.   She has been in Plymouth previously to sign ‘Winter’s First Snowflake’, winner of The Mom’s Choice Award 2007 for Most...
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Fundraiser Underway for County’s Barn Quilt Trail

September 15, 2010
Fundraiser Underway for County’s Barn Quilt Trail

The Marshall County Convention & Visitor’s Bureau will be giving away a 4 x 4 Barn Quilt.  By purchasing a candy bar for $5.00 you will receive an entry for the drawing.  The barn quilt is called “Hands all Around.”  We invite visitors to stop by and see the quilt block and learn more...
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Indiana Senate Republicans Seek College Interns

September 15, 2010
Indiana Senate Republicans Seek College Interns

Indiana Senate Republicans are seeking college interns for the 2011 legislative session – a learning experience State Senatpr Ed Charbonneau (R-Valparaiso) says offers a “unique behind-the-scene view of democracy in action.” Charbonneau said applications for the four-month, Indianapolis-based paid internships are available online at www.senaterepublicans.in.gov/internship.htm and due by Oct. 31. “Graduate and undergraduate students...
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DRY CONDITIONS AGGRAVATE FIRE RISK FROM DAILY ACTIVITIES

September 15, 2010

 Indiana state officials are warning that during dry conditions, seemingly harmless actions such as driving over or parking on dry grass, or dropping a lit cigarette on the ground could cause a sizeable fire.   The Indiana State Fire Marshal’s Office and the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) warn Hoosiers that open burning...
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Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra Fundraiser

September 14, 2010

Two local businesses are teaming up to help with the funding for field trips and operating costs for the Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra.   Brian VanDuyne said he heard of the need when he attended a meeting of the organization that his son Chase has joined. VanDuyne said he and Jim Vinall of  Opie’s,...
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County Council Cuts 2011 Budget to $10,594,073

September 14, 2010

After nearly five hours of review the Marshall County Council approved the budget for 2011. The original requests for the 2011 General Fund budget was $10,933,446.  The County Auditor recommended cutting the amount to $10,550,000.  By the end of the day $339,373 was cut from the County’s General Fund bringing the balance to $10,594,073. ...
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City Engineer Discusses Projects

September 14, 2010

City Engineer Rick Gaul was notified Monday afternoon that the intersection of Oak and Hoham Drives will be closed beginning Wednesday morning, September 15th. NIPSCO will be working in the intersection to lower the gas main approximately 8 to 10 feet under the pavement.  The project is expected to take several days and is...
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Plymouth Man Killed in Motorcycle Crash

September 14, 2010

On Friday, September 10th at 4:20 PM Sergeant Bruce Carter with the Marshall County Police Department responded to an accident at 9C and Tulip Roads. Upon arriving on the scene Officer Carter located two vehicles, a motorcycle and a pick-up truck.  The driver of the Chevy Pickup Truck was Shay Lloyd of Francisville.  She...
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