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Commissioners look at Lease Purchase Plan and Fleet Lease & Management Programs

July 22, 2015
Commissioners look at Lease Purchase Plan and Fleet Lease & Management Programs

The Marshall County Commissioners will look at an alternative way to finance vehicles and equipment that would avoid having a large outlay of money at one time. Angie Deming from Republic First National specializes in governmental financing of capital needs.  She presented information on a lease purchase plan with a non-appropriation clause in it. ...
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Trees Discussed at Redevelopment Commission

July 22, 2015
Trees Discussed at Redevelopment Commission

Trees were a topic of discussion during Tuesday’s Revitalization Commission meeting. While discussing the River Park Square project in TIF District # 2 Commission member Nancy Felde once again asked about the replacement trees that don’t appear to be performing any better than the original ones.  There was a warranty on the first trees...
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Paddle Mania for the Plymouth Sharks

July 22, 2015
Paddle Mania for the Plymouth Sharks

The Plymouth Aquatics Club, the Sharks, will host a Paddle Mania fundraiser on Saturday, August 22nd to support the club. Paddle Mania is a fun way to win some great items from vendors including In A Pickle, Origami Owl, Perfectly Posh, Scentsy, Sugar Shack, Thirty-One, Tutu Cute Designs, Uppercase Living, Wildtree and more.  Over...
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PHS Volleyball Serve-A-Thon & Alumni Game a Success

July 22, 2015
PHS Volleyball Serve-A-Thon & Alumni Game a Success

On Wednesday, July 8th the Plymouth High School Volleyball Team held their first ever Serve-A-Thon/ Alumni Game and bake sale fundraiser at Lincoln Jr. High School. New Head Coach, Derek Eveland is happy to report $1,630.00 was raised on the night of the event thanks to the generous of the community!  He said all proceeds...
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PUBLIC WELCOME TO STOP BY PHS BAND CAMP

July 22, 2015
PUBLIC WELCOME TO STOP BY PHS BAND CAMP

Plymouth High School’s Band Director Bryan Ames welcomes the community every night from 8:40 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. for the next two weeks to stop by PHS on any night to see how much his band student are growing, performance-wise, during the school’s annual two-week camp. The camp runs from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. every day up...
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June 2015 IN Unemployment Rates

July 22, 2015
June 2015 IN Unemployment Rates

Indiana’s unemployment rate decreased 0.2 percent to 4.9 percent in June due mostly to a 2,200 worker increase in the labor force and a sizable decrease in the number of unemployed Hoosiers. June marked the first month since February of 2008 the rate of unemployment in the Hoosier State has been below 5 percent,...
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Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival to Perform at River Park Square

July 22, 2015
Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival to Perform at River Park Square

The Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival is pleased to announce that their 2015 Young Company touring production of William Shakespeare’s Love Labor’s Lost will be performing at River Park Square in Plymouth. Adapted and directed by West Hyler, this 90-minute show tells the comedic tale of four fraternity brothers at a 1890s Midwest university determined to focus...
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Rotary Pancake Days, this Friday and Saturday

July 22, 2015
Rotary Pancake Days, this Friday and Saturday

The Plymouth Rotary Club will host its Annual Rotary Pancake Days July 24th and 25th at the usual location:  the tent on Garro Street just west of Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth. Rotary Pancake Days, which has been held by the club every year since the late 1950’s, features pancakes and sausage cooked by...
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Walorski Urges Conferees to Prohibit the Transfer of Inmates from Guantanamo Bay

July 22, 2015
Walorski Urges Conferees to Prohibit the Transfer of Inmates from Guantanamo Bay

WASHINGTON D.C. – Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02) issued a letter to conferees of the FY 2016 National Defense Authorization Act, requesting they maintain the House’s passed provisions prohibiting the use of funds to transfer or release any individual detained at the United States Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.   “The recent prison escapes by violent criminals...
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Drainage Board Approves Letter of Support for Soil & Water Grant

July 22, 2015
Drainage Board Approves Letter of Support for Soil & Water Grant

The Marshall County Soil and Water Conservation District is in the process of preparing a Regional Wetland Program Development Grant.  During Monday’s Drainage Board meeting members considered writing a letter of support for the grant. In a letter to the drainage board Tyson Edwards, Chairman of the Marshall County Soil and Water Conservation District...
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