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Wythougan Valley Preservation to Host Meeting for Property Owners in Historic Districts

February 13, 2018
Wythougan Valley Preservation to Host Meeting for Property Owners in Historic Districts

Wythougan Valley Preservation Council is hosting an informational meeting for property owners in Marshall County’s historic districts.  As part of Wythougan’s celebration of the state bicentennial, the county-wide preservation non-profit worked with local communities to list all of the eligible historic districts to the National Register of Historic Places.  The last district was listed...
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Creative Financing for Aquatics Center & Early Learning Childcare Center

February 13, 2018
Creative Financing for Aquatics Center & Early Learning Childcare Center

Members of the Plymouth Common Council heard on first reading an ordinance authorizing the City of Plymouth to issue its “Taxable Economic Development Revenue Bonds and Notes, Series A, B, and C for the Aquatic Center and Early Childhood Learning Center. While it is not typical or have an explanation or discussion on an...
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Become a Safer Rider with Ride Safe Indiana at Motorcycle Expo

February 13, 2018

Ride Safe Indiana (RSI), the State of Indiana’s motorcycle safety program, will be the official co-sponsor of the Biker’s Showcase at the Indiana Motorcycle Expo this weekend February 16 to 18, at the Indiana State Fairgrounds.  RSI will also host a booth in the Exposition Hall during the event. Ride Safe Indiana was created...
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Garage Fire, Total Loss, South Michigan Street

February 13, 2018
Garage Fire, Total Loss, South Michigan Street

Firefighters with the Plymouth Fire Department responded to a structure fire on South Michigan Road Monday evening. The 911 call of a garage on fire at 11260 South Michigan Street came in a 6:48.  The home is located across the street from the Plymouth Wesleyan Church. When firefighters arrived on the scene the garage...
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Argos Elementary Prepares For the 2018-2019 School Year

February 13, 2018
Argos Elementary Prepares For the 2018-2019 School Year

Argos Elementary welcomes all families wishing to attend Argos Community Schools.  In preparation for the 2018-2019 school year, Argos Elementary will be hosting A Peek Into Kindergarten and Preschool/PreK Round-Up on Tuesday, March 20, from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm. During Round-Up, Preschool children will go through a screening to determine their placement. A...
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Live from the Statehouse: Senate “Head Lines”

February 13, 2018
Live from the Statehouse: Senate “Head Lines”

State Senator Randy Head (R-Logansport) will host the first-ever virtual town hall called Live from the Statehouse: Senate “Head Lines” Wednesday, Feb. 14, at 5:30 p.m. to answer constituent questions and give an update on the 2018 legislative session. The Live from the State House can be viewed at  http://bit.ly/senateheadlines Senator Head encourages residents of Senate...
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TICKETS ON SALE FOR POTAWATOMI WILDLIFE PARK BANQUET

February 13, 2018
TICKETS ON SALE FOR  POTAWATOMI WILDLIFE PARK BANQUET

Time is running out to get your tickets for Potawatomi Wildlife Park’s Annual Banquet & Fundraiser on March 3rd. The annual banquet is their major fundraiser for the year and a great way for those in attendance to celebrate Potawatomi Wildlife Park and support its mission! This year’s banquet will again be held at the Back Forty...
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Donnelly Renews Call for Bipartisan Action on Infrastructure

February 13, 2018
Donnelly Renews Call for Bipartisan Action on Infrastructure

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly renewed his call for bipartisan action on infrastructure, as President Trump announced his plan Monday. Donnelly last week introduced bipartisan legislation to ensure that Indiana receives a fair share of federal highway funding.  Currently, each state is guaranteed a return of at least 95% of its tax contributions to the...
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THE REES LAUNCHES “SHOW YOUR THEATRE SOME LOVE” TO RAISE $1.5MM BY MARCH 31st TO MATCH REGIONAL CITIES INITIATIVE GRANT

February 13, 2018
THE REES LAUNCHES “SHOW YOUR THEATRE SOME LOVE” TO RAISE $1.5MM BY MARCH 31st TO MATCH REGIONAL CITIES INITIATIVE GRANT

For the next two weeks, The REES Renovation Project Committee is promoting “Show Your Theatre Some Love.” This awareness campaign is designed to educate the public about the planning committee’s deadline to raise $1.5MM in private funds by March 31, 2018 to receive a matching grant amount of $300,000 from the Regional Cities Initiative....
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Domestic call on Douglas Drive ends with Plymouth Man being Arrested for Meth

February 13, 2018
Domestic call on Douglas Drive ends with Plymouth Man being Arrested for Meth

A Plymouth man was arrested for Possession of Meth by County Police Saturday afternoon after they responded to a Douglas Drive residence for a domestic disturbance.  At approximately 5:30 Saturday evening, February 10th Marshall County Police responded to 4775 Douglas Drive.  During the investigation County Patrolman Jonathan Bryant located methamphetamine on Christopher Swihart, 29...
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