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City Redevelopment Commission Takes First Step to Create 5th TIF District

August 22, 2018
City Redevelopment Commission Takes First Step to Create 5th TIF District

Members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission heard the request to create a fifth Tax Incremental Financing (TIF) District during their meeting Tuesday evening. City Attorney Sean Surrisi said Winona Building Products has purchased the former Del Monte building on Western Avenue and as an incentive the city suggested creating a 5th TIF District encapsulating...
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County Council Conducts Budget Hearing

August 21, 2018
County Council Conducts Budget Hearing

Members of the Marshall County Council spent about 6 hours reviewing the 2019 budget requests with the various department heads in the county on Tuesday.  Budget requests for next year’s General Fund are $14,176,945 which does include an across the board 4% raise for county employees and elected officials. At the beginning of the...
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Republican Caucus for West Township Advisory Board Called for Aug. 28th

August 21, 2018
Republican Caucus for West Township Advisory Board Called for Aug. 28th

David Holmes, Marshall County Republican Chairman has called a caucus to committeemen from West Township to fill a vacancy on the West Township Advisory Board. The caucus is being held due to the resignation of Dennis Beville who has sold his home and is moving out of the district.  Other members are Tom Flynn...
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The Deadline to File for the General Election is Noon this Friday, August 24th

August 21, 2018
The Deadline to File for the General Election is Noon this Friday, August 24th

The Deadline to File for the November General Election is noon this Friday, August 24th according to the Marshall County Election Board. Tuesday morning, Deb VanDeMark told members that late  Monday, Jennifer Porter filed as an Argos School Board Candidate in District 1, Town-Walnut Township.   As of Tuesday morning, the Argos Community School Board, District 2,...
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Bremen Police Arrest Johns for Battery

August 21, 2018
Bremen Police Arrest Johns for Battery

Bremen Police Officer Troy Ulch arrested a Bremen man Friday night following a call of a Domestic Battery about 10:15. Bremen Police responded to 207 West Plymouth Street, Apartment E and found 28 year old Anthony Johns was the suspect in the battery case.  Johns was arrested for Domestic Battery and Battery Resulting in...
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Meyer Arrested for OWI

August 21, 2018

On Sunday, August 19th at approximately 03:30 in the morning Plymouth Police Officers were dispatched to the 1,000 block of Bayless Street for an accident. An investigation was completed by Office Paul Stamper and 27 year old Amber L. Meyer of 805 Baker Street was arrested for Operating While Intoxicated.  She was lodged at...
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Warana Drive Man Arrested in Plymouth For Disorderly Conduct and Resisting

August 21, 2018

Sunday afternoon, just before 5 the Marshall County Dispatch Center received several calls of a male subject causing a disturbance in the area of Warana Drive. Plymouth Police Officer Shanna Gilmer located a male subject in the area identified as 69 year old Randy Wade who lives at 1126 Warana Drive.  He continued to...
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Indiana State Fair draws 860,131

August 21, 2018
Indiana State Fair draws 860,131

The 2018 Indiana State Fair, themed STEP RIGHT UP! to the Greatest 17 Days of Summer, drew 860,131 fairgoers over its 17-day run, August 3-19. The fair attracted a record number of fairgoers on its second $2 Tuesday promotional day by bringing in more than 91,000 guests through its gates, making it the highest attended weekday...
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Young Votes to Increase Funding for POW/MIA Recovery and Identification

August 21, 2018
Young Votes to Increase Funding for POW/MIA Recovery and Identification

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) Monday voted for an amendment, which he cosponsored, to increase funding for the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) by $10 million. The Senate passed the measure by a vote of 85-0. In July, the United States received 55 boxes of remains from the Korean War. DPAA has transferred those remains to a lab in Hawaii and will now attempt...
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Triton Trojan Pride

August 21, 2018
Triton Trojan Pride

Triton Elementary Students were given the opportunities to “Share their Similarities and Celebrate their differences.” Trojan PRIDE is not only expected, but it is taught. Personal Responsibility, Respect, Integrity, Determination, and Enthusiasm are characteristics and Core Values that drive our intentions, projects, and expectations. We are so proud of how well our students responded...
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