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Vendors Needed for Bremen Summer’s End Festival

August 14, 2019
Vendors Needed for Bremen Summer’s End Festival

According to the Bremen Police Department Facebook page, vendors are still needed for the Summer’s End Festival this Saturday in Bremen. A 10×10 vendor booth is only $20 and can be reserved by contacting the Bremen Chamber of Commerce at bremenchamber@gmail.com. The festival will take place this Saturday, August 17th in Bremen at the...
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Argos Economic Development Commission Schedules Public Hearing

August 14, 2019
Argos Economic Development Commission Schedules Public Hearing

Lisa Mullaney, Argos Clerk Treasure announced Wednesday afternoon a public hearing opportunity.   The Argos Economic Development Commission will conduct a public hearing on Wednesday, September 4 at 7:00 p.m. at the Argos Municipal Building, 201 West Walnut Street in Argos. The agenda for the public hearing is relating to Economic Development Commission Tax Incremental Financing Bonds. Comments...
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County Highway Super. Explains Chip & Seal Process

August 14, 2019
County Highway Super. Explains Chip & Seal Process

Marshall County Highway Superintendent Jason Peters wants citizens to know what his department is working on around the county and the process for chip sealing a roadway.  This week he released detailed information. Area leaders are work in their areas this week to catch up on some repairs. Peter said, “With the road program...
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Kyle Stiles Arrested for Driving as a HTV

August 14, 2019
Kyle Stiles Arrested for Driving as a HTV

Plymouth Police Officer David Finn conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle being driven by 35 year old Kyle D. Stiles of Plymouth at Walmart. After a brief investigation, Mr. Stiles was arrested for driving after being adjudged a Habitual Traffic Violator and Invasion of Privacy. Mr. Stiles was transported to the Marshall County...
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Rose-Hulman’s ‘Ask Rose’ Ready to Help Local Students with Math and Science Homework

August 14, 2019
Rose-Hulman’s ‘Ask Rose’ Ready to Help Local Students with Math and Science Homework

Area middle school and high school students confronting math and science homework problems from a new school year can find help a phone call, email or chat session away through Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology’s AskRose tutoring service. And, it’s free! Rose-Hulman students are available Sunday through Thursday from 7-10 p.m. (Eastern Daylight Time) during the school year to help youth...
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Start-up manufacturer to employ up to 120 at Argos Manufacturing Center

August 14, 2019
Start-up manufacturer to employ up to 120 at Argos Manufacturing Center

Sequel Wire and Cable, start-up manufacturer, announced plans to make a $53 million combined investment in a new manufacturing facility and production equipment that is expected to create up to 120 new jobs. Sequel will expand the existing 50,000 square foot spec building built in 2017 by Marshall County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) to...
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Bourbon Town Board Receives Info on Major Sewer Repairs

August 13, 2019
Bourbon Town Board Receives Info on Major Sewer Repairs

The Bourbon Town Council will have to make some hard decisions in the next few weeks as they try to decide the most advantageous way to fund needed sewer equipment repairs. On August 13, the council heard presentations from Shannon McLeod, Priority Resources, Inc., and Megan Carr, Wessler Engineering. McLeod has been exploring a...
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Plymouth Building Commissioner Updates Board of Works on 400 E. Jefferson and Broadway Apartments

August 13, 2019
Plymouth Building Commissioner Updates Board of Works on 400 E. Jefferson and Broadway Apartments

Members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety affirmed the actions of Plymouth Building Commissioner Keith Hammonds to have a property demolished. Monday evening Hammonds told the city board the property owner of 400 East Jefferson Street, the former Clark Station had received the notice from the city to take action on...
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County Council Approves Additional Appropriation for 3 New Employees at Jail

August 13, 2019
County Council Approves Additional Appropriation for 3 New Employees at Jail

Marshall County Sheriff Matt Hassel requested an additional appropriation that would allow him to hire additional staff to help with the overcrowding issue at the jail. The sheriff said they hit another all-time-high with 296 inmates in the jail this weekend while the recommended capacity is 239.   Sheriff Hassel said, “With our population now...
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Plymouth City Council Approves 2.8% Salary Increase for 2020 with Exceptions for Three Dept. Heads

August 13, 2019
Plymouth City Council Approves 2.8% Salary Increase for 2020 with Exceptions for Three Dept. Heads

During Monday evening’s Plymouth Common Council meeting, members considered an ordinance fixing salaries for employees, appointed officers and emergency personal for 2020. While the previous ordinance had a two percent increase last night the council approve a 2.8% increase across the board.  Councilman Don Ecker said the increase was to keep it in line...
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