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AG Zoeller reminds campaigns not to robocall before Election Day

October 28, 2014
AG Zoeller reminds campaigns not to robocall before Election Day

INDIANAPOLIS – As Election Day nears, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller reminds political candidates to respect Indiana’s telephone privacy laws and refrain from using illegal “robocalling” to reach potential voters. Indiana’s Auto Dialer Law restricts the use of technology that automatically dials residential phone numbers and plays prerecorded messages – an activity known as...
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News from the City Board of Public Works and Safety Meeting

October 28, 2014
News from the City Board of Public Works and Safety Meeting

Three companies presented their Requests from Proposals for the Brownfield Assessment Grant of $600,000 during Monday night’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. Heartland Environmental from South Bend, Bruce Carter Associates from Elkhart and TRC Environmental from Indianapolis submitted information on projects they have completed. The proposals will be taken under advisement and...
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September Activity Report for Plymouth Fire & EMS

October 28, 2014
September Activity Report for Plymouth Fire & EMS

Plymouth Fire Chief presented members of the Board of Public Works and Safety with his September Activity Report. There were a total of 194 alarm situations between fire and EMS. Detailing the various situations, there were 148 medical calls, 17 medical assists, 11 dispatched en route, 3 false alarms and 3 good intent calls....
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3rd Quarter Report from County Building Commissioner

October 28, 2014
3rd Quarter Report from County Building Commissioner

Earlier this month, County Building Inspector Chuck DeWitt presented his third quarter report to the Marshall County Commissioners. The monthly statistical report for July showed a total of 45 permits issued with an estimated value of $2.9 million. There were a total of 163 inspections completed in July with DeWitt noting, “It was a...
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County Officer Injuried in Scuffle with Audie Bolinger

October 27, 2014
County Officer Injuried in Scuffle with Audie Bolinger

On Sunday, October 26th at 4:30 PM, officers with the Marshall County Police Department were dispatched to the 7,000 Block of 11A Road in reference to a stabbing. Officers arrived and were advised no one was stabbed, but an altercation between Audie and Britain Bolinger had taken place. A knife was used in an...
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Neuter Scooter comes to Plymouth Nov. 4th

October 27, 2014
Neuter Scooter comes to Plymouth Nov. 4th

Laura Mann, member of the Plymouth Park Board and Mayor Senter’s administrative assistant say the Mayor’s office gets a couple of complaints each week of feral cats and for cats in general running at large. At the Park Board meeting on October 7th the Park Board approved the request of Nancy Cox, Director of...
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“The Challenges of Education in America: The War on Public Schools”

October 27, 2014
“The Challenges of Education in America: The War on Public Schools”

This Thursday, October 30th the Triton Community School Corporation will host a public meeting and PowerPoint presentation to the community titled: “The Challenges of Education in America: The War on Public Schools” at 7 p.m. in the Triton Performing Arts Center. Triton Superintendent Donna Burroughs said, “The war on public schools will affect all...
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September Unemployment Rates for Indiana

October 27, 2014
September Unemployment Rates for Indiana

The Hoosier State grew nearly 6,000 manufacturing jobs in September, a 1.2 percent growth over the month, which constituted one of the largest one-month increases in a decade and ranked as one of the largest in the nation. Over the past year, Indiana has consistently led the nation in manufacturing growth with an increase...
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Bill Hunt shares life as Physician Assistant in autobiography

October 27, 2014
Bill Hunt shares life as Physician Assistant in autobiography

Donaldson-Forty some years ago, author Bill Hunt was a young, newly promoted, US Army Staff Sergeant who returned from a tour in far off Southeast Asia. He signed on the waiting list for an assignment to the, US Army Recruiters School in Indiana. He then applied as a Physician Assistant (P.A.). At one point...
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Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center – Hosting Free Injury Clinic

October 27, 2014
Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center – Hosting Free Injury Clinic

Starting on November 3, 2014, Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth will be hosting free injury clinics from 3-5 p.m. for student athletes. This clinic will be staffed by a certified Athletic Trainer and is intended to provide athletes with a basic injury screening and appropriate follow-up recommendations. Any student-athlete may attend. This...
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