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City Board of Works Approves MOU for Resource Officer with School

August 11, 2015
City Board of Works Approves MOU for Resource Officer with School

Monday evening the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety approved a new Memorandum of Understanding between the Plymouth Police Department and the Plymouth School Corporation for the Resource Officer. The original one year agreement was put in place two years ago when Ted Brown was selected to be the Resource Officer and had...
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National Safe Digging Day (8/11) Is a Reminder to Call 811 Before Digging

August 11, 2015
National Safe Digging Day (8/11) Is a Reminder to Call 811 Before Digging

August 11 (8/11) is National Safe Digging Day, and NIPSCO wants to remind customers to call 811 before any digging project to have underground utilities marked. “No matter what day it is, we want to continue to remind everyone that calling 811 is an essential part of any outdoor digging project,” said Jennifer Barbour, damage prevention manager....
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Arrested for Driving Without a License and While Suspended

August 10, 2015
Arrested for Driving Without a License and While Suspended

A Maryland man was arrested Thursday night following a traffic stop at US 30 and Michigan Street. Plymouth Police Officer Ben McIntyre stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation at 11 o’clock.  During his investigation it was learned that the driver, 30 year old Jose Enrique Mejia-Orellano of Catonsville, MD had never received a...
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Walorski Returns from National Security Discussions in Czech Republic

August 10, 2015
Walorski Returns from National Security Discussions in Czech Republic

US Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Sunday returned from a weeklong, bipartisan trip to the Czech Republic.  While there, Walorski met with Czech Parliamentarians and participated in panel discussions regarding current defense collaboration and cybersecurity and privacy between the U.S., European Union (EU) and the Czech Republic. Relations between the Czech Republic and the United...
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Jamie Erwin August CASA Volunteer of the Month

August 10, 2015
Jamie Erwin August CASA Volunteer of the Month

Haley Kittrell Executive Director of CASA of Marshall County said “I don’t have time to volunteer is one of the most frequently stated phrases I hear when going out to recruit new Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Volunteers.” James (Jamie) Erwin, the August CASA Volunteer of the Month is able to advocate for children...
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Marshall County REMC Serving Our Community

August 10, 2015
Marshall County REMC Serving Our Community

The end of July Marshall County REMC Operation Round Up® board awarded three grants, totaling $5,400, to the following organizations: Ancilla College received funding to help fund the Pyxis Medication Training System to benefit the overall nursing program by providing better training and decreased patient medication errors throughout the health care system. Ancilla College...
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Discover the History of Your Culver-Union Township Public Library

August 10, 2015
Discover the History of Your Culver-Union Township Public Library

Discover the intriguing world of Culver one hundred years ago and learn about legendary philanthropist Andrew Carnegie’s contribution to your Culver-Union Township Public Library in “A Promising Future: Founding of the Culver City-Union Township Public Library, 1915.” This exciting informational program will be presented by the library’s own Jim Faulkner at 10:30 AM on Saturday, August 15th....
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Demo of Music In Motion Series at Miller’s Assisted

August 10, 2015
Demo of Music In Motion Series at Miller’s Assisted

Miller’s Assisted Living is giving a shout out to all senior adults who “wish” they could play a musical instrument.  Or to those who could kick themselves for giving up on their music lessons when they were a mere child.  It’s not too late!  You have an opportunity to try again!! Local Suzuki Music...
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Ice Cream Social at Triton Elementary to Start of School and Summerfest

August 10, 2015
Ice Cream Social at Triton Elementary to Start of School and Summerfest

The Triton School Corporation opened the 2015-2016 school year with an ice cream social in front of the elementary school this past Saturday evening which was also a part of Summerfest weekend.  The event preceded the fireworks display. Superintendent Donna Burroughs took time to thank several volunteers who served ice cream at the event;...
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Gene L. Rowe – 86 – from LaPaz

August 10, 2015
Gene L. Rowe – 86 – from LaPaz

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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