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Basement Fire Sends Homeowner to Hospital with Minor Burns

January 28, 2014
Basement Fire Sends Homeowner to Hospital with Minor Burns

  01/29/14 Plymouth Fire and EMS responded to a fire call Tuesday morning at 10:53.  The call was for a fire in the basement of the home at 108 North Liberty Street, a home occupied and owned by Rob and Tabatha Jones.  The 9-1-1 call also indicated that Mr. Jones had been burned while...
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School Voucher Program, Minor Impact on Plymouth School Corp.

January 28, 2014
School Voucher Program, Minor Impact on Plymouth School Corp.

  01/29/14 Enrollment in Indiana’s Choice Scholarship Program-commonly known as vouchers- has risen to nearly 20,000 participants in only three years. In the first year (2011-12 school year) of the program that extends vouchers to eligible families to provide financial help in enrolling their children in non-public schools there were 3,911 students in the...
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“Blind Date With A Book” at the Plymouth Public Library

January 28, 2014
“Blind Date With A Book” at the Plymouth Public Library

  01/29/14 The Plymouth Public Library is offering a special program during the month of February.  Adults and young adults, do you judge a book by its cover? Now you won’t be able to. The Plymouth Public Library would like to ‘fix you up’ with a blind date with a book.  The library will...
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Tax Tips for Hoosiers – Part 1

January 28, 2014
Tax Tips for Hoosiers – Part 1

  01/29/14 This is the first of several news articles that will provide important, need-to-know tax tips to Indiana taxpayers during the 2014 individual tax season. Choosing a Tax Preparer With the tax season opening Jan. 31, many Hoosiers are asking questions about how to choose a tax preparer. Letting someone else do your...
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What’s Your Opinion 1-16-14 “Go Green”

January 28, 2014


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Donnelly Welcomes Five-Year Farm Bill Compromise

January 28, 2014
Donnelly Welcomes Five-Year Farm Bill Compromise

  01/29/14 Senator Joe Donnelly Tuesday welcomed the House-Senate compromise on a five-year farm bill, highlighting the importance of giving the Hoosier ag community the certainty it deserves. “Finally, after years of negotiations, we have a farm bill,” said Donnelly.  “While the bill is not perfect, it represents a bipartisan agreement that will give...
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Whats Your Opinion Show 1-17-14

January 28, 2014


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Whats Your Opinion 1-27-14

January 28, 2014


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City Commits $750,000 to Tennis Court Project

January 27, 2014

01/28/14 Members of the Tennis Committee, Sarah Guild Smith, Betsy Gee Biederstede and Dawn Edwards Everidge presented information on a news tennis complex during Monday evening’s Common Council meeting.  Their hour long presentation and question and answer period ended on a positive note as the Council unanimously approved a resolution in support of future...
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FILING DEADLINE NEARING

January 27, 2014
FILING DEADLINE NEARING

  01/28/13 Little more than a week remains for interested parties to file their candidacy in the Clerk’s Office.    The last day to file is February 7, 2014 at noon. According to Julie Fox, Marshall County Clerk, there have been no filings for German Township Trustee, German Township Board or Tippecanoe Township Board.  Delegates...
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