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Plymouth Board of Public Works & Safety Approves 2019 Spring Street & Sidewalk Projects

November 15, 2018
Plymouth Board of Public Works & Safety Approves 2019 Spring Street & Sidewalk Projects

During Tuesday evening’s Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety meeting, City Engineer Rick Gaul presented a list of the 2019 Spring Street & Sidewalk projects for consideration. Gaul said that the city was recently awarded $479,907.68 from the state’s Community Crossing program.  The City of Plymouth will have to provide a 50% match...
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IDOE Grades for Marshall County Schools

November 15, 2018

The Indiana Department of Education (INDOE) released the 2017-18 School Accountability Grades on Wednesday.  Roughly 22% of schools improved one or more letter grades with nearly 9 percent improving their letter grade to an A.  Overall, close to 64% of schools received an A or B. Grades are given based on academic growth and...
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Governor Holcomb Declares Nov. 15 America Recycles Day

November 15, 2018
Governor Holcomb Declares Nov. 15 America Recycles Day

Governor Eric J. Holcomb issued a Proclamation Thursday declaring Friday, November 15th America Recycles Day. In partnership with the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM), the Proclamation recognizes the 21st America Recycles Day, which is a nationally-recognized day for businesses, government agencies and individuals to consider the importance of recycling and to commit to...
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Warm Up Marshall County Coat Distribution this Weekend

November 15, 2018
Warm Up Marshall County Coat Distribution this Weekend

The Warm Up Marshall County Coat Drive has been serving the needy in our county for 20 years now. Over the last several of weeks citizens have been dropping off coats that they no longer wear, use, need or fit into.  Those coats will be available to the families in our county that could...
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Etna Green Town Clerk Tenders Resignation After Town Board Approves Purchase of Bank Building

November 15, 2018
Etna Green Town Clerk Tenders Resignation After Town Board Approves Purchase of Bank Building

The Etna Green Town Council members voted to purchase an empty building that used to house Interra Credit Union during their meeting on November 13 despite some community opposition. Council members Kevin Smith II and Keith Claassen supported the purchase price of $115,000 with the intent to move the town hall into the space....
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DNR to Test Hunter-Harvested Deer for Disease This Weekend

November 15, 2018
DNR to Test Hunter-Harvested Deer for Disease This Weekend

Attention deer hunters: The DNR will set up additional disease check stations in northeast and northwest Indiana this weekend to sample hunter-harvested deer for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD). The check stations will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET Saturday and Sunday at Fish & Wildlife Areas (FWAs) and partnering businesses. CWD...
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Attorney General Curtis Hill files lawsuit against opioid giant Purdue Pharma

November 15, 2018
Attorney General Curtis Hill files lawsuit against opioid giant Purdue Pharma

Attorney General Curtis Hill filed a lawsuit Wednesday against opioid manufacturer Purdue Pharma Inc., Purdue Pharma, L.P., and The Purdue Frederick Company (collectively “Purdue Pharma”). Purdue Pharma’s opioid products include the drug OxyContin. The lawsuit alleges that Purdue Pharma’s conduct in misrepresenting the risks and benefits of opioids played a key role in the...
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Senator Young Elected Chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee

November 15, 2018
Senator Young Elected Chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee

Wednesday morning the Senate Republican Conference elected its leadership team for the 116th Congress. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) was elected to serve as chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee.   “I’m grateful that my colleagues have elected me to serve as chair of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, the organization charged with supporting...
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I-PAD Training at Miller’s

November 15, 2018
I-PAD Training at Miller’s

Technology knows no stranger, as the residents of Miller’s Assisted Living discovered Wednesday morning during their first I-PAD Training class taught by Cindy Clough of the Plymouth Public Library.  Several residents of the facility have received I-pads, tablets, and nooks, etc. from their loved ones but are seldom taught how to use them. Clough...
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Leon K. Pentelow age 91 of Plymouth

November 15, 2018

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right from complete details.
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