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CUTPL Closing Early on Tuesday, May 19

May 18, 2015
CUTPL Closing Early on Tuesday, May 19

Notice: The Culver-Union Township Public Library will be closed from 1 pm to 5 pm on Tuesday May 19 for in-staff training. The library hours that day will be: 9 am-1 pm open 1 pm-5 pm closed 5 pm-8 pm open
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Betty Jane Stump-Holderead – 92 – from Plymouth

May 18, 2015
Betty Jane Stump-Holderead – 92 – from Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Plymouth’s Bond Rating Upgraded to A+

May 18, 2015
Plymouth’s Bond Rating Upgraded to A+

Standard & Poor’s (S&P), one of the nation’s three leading bond-rating agencies, has upgraded the City of Plymouth’s bond rating from A to A+ based upon a “recent trend of strong financial performance.” The financial assessment comes as the city prepares for the refunding of sewage works revenue bonds and for the sale of...
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Each Vote in Municipal Primary Cost just over $6.00

May 18, 2015
Each Vote in Municipal Primary Cost just over $6.00

On Friday the Marshall County Election Board certified the Municipal Primary Election results in a meeting which was continued from May 4th.  There were no provisional votes or emergency ballots and the numbers stayed the same from election night. The cost for election, $4,357.00 was prepared and ready to be sent to the town...
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Two PHS Seniors Receive Scholarships from ISTA and PEA

May 17, 2015
Two PHS Seniors Receive Scholarships from ISTA and PEA

The Indiana State Teachers’ Association and the 1F District Council offer the ISTA Foundation for the Improvement of Education (IFIE) scholarship every year to provide financial support to children, stepchildren, grandchildren and step-grandchildren of ISTA and ISTA-Retired members. This year the 1F District Council selected 12 scholarship recipients from the 10 school districts within...
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Lifejackets are focus of National Safe Boating week May 16-22

May 17, 2015
Lifejackets are focus of National Safe Boating week May 16-22

Indiana Conservation Officers will be joining other states in observing National Safe Boating week May 16-22, 2015.  This public awareness campaign is just prior to Memorial Day weekend, which many people consider the kickoff to the boating season. Conservation Officers are reminding boaters to know the rules of the water and offering a few...
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Commissioner’s Meeting Monday

May 17, 2015
Commissioner’s Meeting Monday

The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Monday, May 18th beginning at 9:30 a.m. in their second floor meeting room of the County Building. Agenda for the meeting includes a change order request from Bart Trester from USI for the 7th Road Project, the Highway Department report and Jackie Wright from Older Adult Services for...
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PHS Annual Senior Awards Day was Friday

May 17, 2015
PHS Annual Senior Awards Day was Friday

More than 80 community scholarships were awarded to top seniors in the 2015 graduating class of Plymouth High school.  All of the community scholarships were awarded by surprise as the event unfolded. Students were also recognized for their academic and athletic success for scholarships they were able to secure and to achieve on their...
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Emergency Medical Services Week May 17-23

May 17, 2015
Emergency Medical Services Week May 17-23

The State of Indiana is recognizing its Emergency Medical Services professionals May 17-23, 2015, during Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week, a week celebrating and honoring emergency medical services personnel. EMS week, which is also celebrated this week nationally, brings together local communities and medical personnel who are on the front-line of medicine. The state...
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Progressive Picnic in 5 Cemeteries

May 17, 2015
Progressive Picnic in 5 Cemeteries

A tour of five small Marshall County cemeteries is planned for Tuesday, May 19.   There will be a short history presented at each cemetery visited.   This event is planned by the Marshall County Genealogical Society with an open invitation to the public.  Society members will serve finger food at each stop. Reservations are not required, but...
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