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Park Board Asked to Consider Beer Tasting at Blues & BBQ

January 29, 2015
Park Board Asked to Consider Beer Tasting at Blues & BBQ

The Plymouth Park Board will meet Monday evening February 2nd at 5 p.m. in the Conservation Club House. Agenda for the meeting includes opening quotes for air conditioning at the Webster Recreation Center, approval of the contract for the DJ and photography for the Daddy Daughter Dance and donations for the Boys and Girls...
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Donnelly: Keystone XL Pipeline Promotes ‘Economic Competitiveness and Energy Security for Our Country’

January 29, 2015
Donnelly: Keystone XL Pipeline Promotes ‘Economic Competitiveness and Energy Security for Our Country’

Washington, D.C.—U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly Thursday helped pass bipartisan legislation that would authorize the Keystone XL pipeline. The Senate passed the bill by a vote of 62-36, bringing it one step closer to advancing to President Obama’s desk. The Senate-passed Keystone bill must now either be approved by the House, which previously passed its own...
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Redevelopment Commission Updated on TIF Projects

January 29, 2015
Redevelopment Commission Updated on TIF Projects

The Plymouth Redevelopment Commission conducted their first meeting of 2015 and elected Dan Tyree as President, Mike Miley as Vice. President and Tom Pedavoli at Secretary. Members were updated on the Metronet Project which is funded through TIF #1.  Brent Martin said, “Essentially the work is complete.  We are just waiting the as-built drawings.”...
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Sharon L. West – 64 – from Knox

January 29, 2015

KNOX-Sharon L. West, 64, of Knox  passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at IU Health Starke Hospital, Knox, IN. Survivors include three children, Wally (Brenda) Palmer of Knox, Patty (Elias) Oritz of Plymouth, and Brenda (Eldon) Lauderback of Knox; six grandchildren, Shelly, Jonnie, Elias, Joe, Chaney, and Zack; one great-grandson, Gage; four brothers, David...
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December 2014 Unemployment Rates

January 29, 2015
December 2014 Unemployment Rates

Indiana gained 4,000 private sector jobs in December and ended 2014 with a total of 51,500 jobs added. The Hoosier State’s continued job growth encouraged the return this month of more than 9,000 Hoosiers to the labor force to look for work. The large influx of jobseekers drove Indiana’s unemployment rate up 0.1 percent...
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Work Continues on Habitat House in Plymouth

January 29, 2015
Work Continues on Habitat House in Plymouth

Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County continues to make progress with their 16th house build.   Many hands were on deck this past Saturday taking time out of their week to help a family create a home. Dean Buyer, Executive Director of Habitat said, “Words don’t express our gratitude towards these people. It is neat...
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SJRMC-Health Insurance Services LLC, Ready to Assist Community Apply for HIP 2.0

January 29, 2015
SJRMC-Health Insurance Services LLC, Ready to Assist Community Apply for HIP 2.0

Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) Health Insurance Services LLC, has a location in Plymouth ready to help Hoosiers enroll in Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP) 2.0 Applications for HIP 2.0 are now being accepted, with coverage beginning February 1. If you make too much money to qualify for Medicaid, but not enough to qualify for...
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Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ Plaque Ceremony Honoring Dr. Otis R. Bowen & Donors February 10th

January 29, 2015
Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ Plaque Ceremony Honoring Dr. Otis R. Bowen & Donors February 10th

Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ will have a ceremony to unveil a special plaque to commemorate The Otis R. Bowen, M.D. Fund, on February 10th at 3:00 p.m. The celebration will be held at the Catherine Kasper Life Center, on The Center at Donaldson campus in Donaldson, where Dr. Bowen resided until his death on...
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Music Teacher “Jams” With Residents

January 29, 2015
Music Teacher “Jams” With Residents

Liza Woolever is well known in the Plymouth area for her musical talent and teaching skills.  Many students have learned the love of music in Woolever’s country home as she teaches various folk instruments such as recorder, mountain dulcimer and fiddle.  Several years ago when gas prices began to rise, Woolever found a way...
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School Delays

January 29, 2015
School Delays

Plymouth is on a 2-hour DELAY St. Michael School 2-hour DELAY John Glenn Schools 2-hour DELAY Faith Baptist Academy 2-hour DELAY Grace Baptist Christian School 2-hour DELAY Culver Community Schools 2-hour DELAY Bremen Public Schools 2-hour DELAY Union North United Schools 2-hour DELAY  
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