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Donnelly Joins Sens. Hagan, Heller in Introducing Bipartisan Jobs Bill

March 6, 2013
Donnelly Joins Sens. Hagan, Heller in Introducing Bipartisan Jobs Bill

  03/07/13 Tuesday, Senator Joe Donnelly joined Sens. Kay Hagan (D-NC) and Dean Heller (R-NV) in introducing common sense, revenue-neutral legislation designed to help close the “skills gap,” which results in an estimated 600,000 American jobs currently going unfilled because employers cannot find workers with the skills they need.  The bipartisan AMERICA Works Act...
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WALORSKI SUPPORTS HOOSIER BILL TO RESTORE FISCAL TRANSPERENCY

March 6, 2013
WALORSKI SUPPORTS HOOSIER BILL TO RESTORE FISCAL TRANSPERENCY

  03/07/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Tuesday supported a bill sponsored by Congressman Luke Messer (IN-06) requiring the President to tell Congress how much future deficits will cost taxpayers (H.R. 668).  This legislation passed with overwhelming bipartisan support, with a final vote of 392-28. “I applaud the passage of Rep. Messer’s legislation to bring Hoosier...
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2013 reserved youth turkey hunts on DNR properties

March 6, 2013
2013 reserved youth turkey hunts on DNR properties

 03/07/13 Youth hunters can apply for a reservation to hunt one of 21 DNR properties during the special youth wild turkey hunting season, April 20 and 21. The hunters must be younger than 18 on the day of the hunt. The reserved hunts are at the following fish & wildlife areas: Atterbury, Crosley, Deer...
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Indiana State Police Requests Assistance Identifying Cold Case Homicide Victim

March 6, 2013
Indiana State Police Requests Assistance Identifying Cold Case Homicide Victim

03/07/13 The Indiana State Police, in conjunction with Jasper County Coroner Dr. Andrew Boersma and Newton County Coroner Scott McCord, are seeking the identity of three unidentified male homicide victims. All victims were discovered in October 1983, but may have gone missing as much as a year before their discovery. The first and second...
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ROY HOWARD FREEMAN – 94 – from South Bend, formerly of Walkerton

March 6, 2013
ROY HOWARD FREEMAN – 94 – from South Bend, formerly of Walkerton

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Cancellations and Closings

March 5, 2013
Cancellations and Closings

  03/05/13 Plymouth Schools, 2-hour delay for Wednesday. There will be no Community Lenten Breakfast at First United Church of Christ Wednesday morning 3/6/13.  The meeting is cancelled for tomorrow because of inclement weather.
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Plymouth HS Jazz Bands Earn Top Honors

March 5, 2013
Plymouth HS Jazz Bands Earn Top Honors

03/06/13 On Friday, March 1st, the Plymouth High School Jazz Ensembles competed in the annual Indiana State School Music Association’s annual jazz contest.   The jazz ensemble is under the direction of Plymouth High School band director Bryan Ames. “This year, we took two groups to the competition; a full jazz ensemble and a jazz...
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Park Board Receives Update on River Park Square Project

March 5, 2013
Park Board Receives Update on River Park Square Project

  03/06/13 The Plymouth Park Board met Monday evening at 5 p.m. in the lower-level of the Conservation Club House since the wood floors upstairs were being refinished. City attorney Sean Surrisi updated members on the River Park Square project.  Before the city can advertise for construction bids a Common Construction Wage meeting must...
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PHS Speech Dominates on the Way to 32nd Consecutive Sectional Championship

March 5, 2013
PHS Speech Dominates on the Way to 32nd Consecutive Sectional Championship

  03/06/13  Last Saturday, the Plymouth High School Speech Team competed in its Sectional and more than doubled the total of 2nd place Concord on its way to victory over the 11 team field.  Plymouth finished the day with 237 points to out-distance Concord’s total 113. Canterbury finished third with 54 points on the...
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Warrant Served on Espich at Probation Dept.

March 5, 2013
Warrant Served on Espich at Probation Dept.

 03/06/13  On Monday, March 4th at approximately 9:00 a.m. Officer Mark Owen with the Plymouth Police Department responded to the Marshall County probation Department in reference to a warrant service.  Arriving there, 46 year old William T. Espich Jr. of Plymouth was taken into custody for an active warrant out of Marshall County for...
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