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Commissioners Have Concern on Centralized Dispatch Project

February 2, 2015
Commissioners Have Concern on Centralized Dispatch Project

Centralized Dispatch in Marshall County is getting closer to a reality with the recent addition of the 3rd shift from the Plymouth Police Department. But there are concerns and Monday Commissioner Kevin Overmyer and Councilwoman Judy Stone discussed a recent City Council meeting they attended where Sheriff Tom Chamberlin and Police Dave Bacon discussed...
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Municipal Candidate Filings

February 2, 2015
Municipal Candidate Filings

Candidates filing for either the Plymouth or Bremen municipal elections only have until noon on Friday, February 6th to declare their intentions for the May primary. Donna Pontius,Voter Registration Deputy for the Marshall County Clerk’s Office said several more candidates have filed the past couple of weeks. Currently, incumbent Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter is...
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PHS Bowlers Recognized

February 2, 2015
PHS Bowlers Recognized

On Saturday, January 31st both the Plymouth High School Girls and Boys bowling team competed in individual sectionals. Before the match started the Michiana West Conference League handed out awards for the season.  Congratulations to junior Heather Borggren for making All Conference Second Team Girls with an average of 130 and a total of...
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Tuesday, February 3rd Delays

February 2, 2015
Tuesday, February 3rd Delays

Delays for Tuesday, February 3rd…… Bremen Public Schools 2 hour DELAY Culver Community Schools 2 hour DELAY John Glenn School Corporation 2 hour DELAY Union North United Schools 2 hour DELAY Tippecanoe Valley Schools 2 hour DELAY Plymouth Community Schools 2 hour DELAY Marshall-Starke Development Center 1 hour transportation DELAY, local route on time...
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Army Hometown News | PV1 Connor Frazier

February 2, 2015
Army Hometown News | PV1 Connor Frazier

Army Pvt. Connor Frazier has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness, and received instruction and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, drill and ceremony, marching, rifle marksmanship, armed and...
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Kindergarten Round-up for Plymouth Schools

February 2, 2015

Students who do not live within the Plymouth Community School Corporation (PCSC) boundaries can now attend the Plymouth Community School Corporation without paying tuition. PCSC will host their annual Kindergarten Round-up on February 26, at all Plymouth Elementary Schools. Parents of children who live within PCSC boundaries, should attend their specific elementary school district’s...
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Argos Swap Shop Open to All

February 2, 2015

  Walnut Church of the Brethren at 172 South Michigan Street has opened their Swap Shop in Argos to the public. The Swap Shop in downtown Argos is there for one purpose, to provide a safe, clean, emotionally supportive, faith-filled environment where individuals and families located in Argos and surrounding communities can share uplifting...
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Hardwood Glory: Sports Legend John Wooden and His Hoosier Roots at the Plymouth Public Library

February 2, 2015
Hardwood Glory: Sports Legend John Wooden and His Hoosier Roots at the Plymouth Public Library

Just in time for March Madness, Auburn author Barbara Olenyik Morrow will discuss her newly released book Hardwood Glory: A Life of John Wooden at Plymouth Public Library on Feb. 22. Her talk is sponsored by the Friends of the Library and will begin in the afternoon. Hardwood Glory (Indiana Historical Society Press) examines...
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Commissioners Lower Travel Advisory

February 2, 2015
Commissioners Lower Travel Advisory

Just after 4 on Monday afternoon the Marshall County Commissioners lowered the travel advisory from a “watch” level” to an “advisory” level. The commissioners have determined that conditions have improved enough on the county roads that the travel advisory was lowered.  Roads remain slick and snow covered in spots. The county commissioners recommend using...
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Heartland Artist Gallery Features Crown Point Artist

February 2, 2015
Heartland Artist Gallery Features Crown Point Artist

‘Change is All Around Us’ at the NEW Heartland Artists.  Gallery Gerrie Govert, from Crown Point will be the solo and featured artist  from Feb. 3rd through Feb. 28th. The pastel medium display is titled ‘Change is All Around Us’ and the theme is: The passage of time is seen in the seasons and...
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