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Bremen Police Report 7/3 – 7/9

July 15, 2015
Bremen Police Report 7/3 – 7/9

Bremen’s Police Chief, Matt Hassel released his department activity report for the week of July 3rd through the 9th. Officers with the Bremen Police Department issues of total of 58 traffic warnings and 14 traffic citations during the reporting period.   They also investigated one crash on July 6th in the parking lot of Woodies...
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Floor Store Building Received Community Revitalization Grant

July 15, 2015
Floor Store Building Received Community Revitalization Grant

116 North Michigan Street, The Floor Store and More will begin a revitalization project this weekend with approval of the Plymouth Common Council for a Commercial Revitalization Program Grant. Monday evening Rocky Talcott, building and business owner told members of the Council it’s been 21 years since the building was last painted.  He also...
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Great Fun at PHS Soccer Footgolf Event

July 15, 2015
Great Fun at PHS Soccer Footgolf Event

The Plymouth High School Boys Soccer Team hosted a footgolf tournament on Saturday, July 11 at the Plymouth Rock Golf Course. Footgolf is a combination of soccer and golf, played with a regulation 5 soccer ball on a golf course. A family friendly event for all ages saw a total of 14 teams take...
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Every two seconds someone needs blood: Red Cross urges blood donations

July 15, 2015
Every two seconds someone needs blood:  Red Cross urges blood donations

The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to to give blood in August and help meet the constant need for blood products by patients. Every two seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood. Summer is an especially difficult time to collect enough blood to meet the needs of hospital patients. Despite travel and other...
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Donnelly & Walorski Meets with New Adjutant General of Indiana National Guard

July 15, 2015
Donnelly & Walorski Meets with New Adjutant General of Indiana National Guard

Washington, D.C. – Tuesday, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly and Congresswoman Jackie Walorski had the opportunity to meet with Major General Courtney P. Carr, the new Adjutant General of the Indiana National Guard. Donnelly, Walorski and Carr discussed a range of issues, including the importance of the Indiana National Guard to our state and country, as well as the...
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Walorski Congratulates Indiana’s 2015 Principal of the Year

July 15, 2015
Walorski Congratulates Indiana’s 2015 Principal of the Year

WASHINGTON D.C. – Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Tuesday congratulated Principal James Condon of Plymouth High School for being named the 2015 Principal of the Year by the Association of Secondary School Principals. “Talented administrators create a supportive learning environment and give teachers the tools to teach future generations how to compete for the jobs of...
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County Departments Granted Approval to Fill Vacancies

July 14, 2015
County Departments Granted Approval to Fill Vacancies

Captain Dan Butt with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department requested permission to fill 2 vacancies for turnkey/dispatches during Monday’s commissioner meeting.  Officer Butt said Brooke Large is moving from full time to part time and another employee was terminated.  Butt noted that in September Gene Painton is scheduled to retire so he would be...
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City Opens Quotes

July 14, 2015
City Opens Quotes

Quotes were open for the roof replacement project on the secondary control building at the Waste Water Treatment Plant during Monday’s Board of Public Works and Safety Meeting. Five local companies offered quotes on the project with the low quote coming from Bran Roofing of Lakeville with a base quote of $8,824 and unit...
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July Jail Report

July 14, 2015
July Jail Report

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department released their jail report for June. Taking a look at the Top Ten offenses for being booked into the county jail last month included: number 10 Violation of Home Detention, number 9 Court Ordered Hearings, 8 Theft, 7 Domestic Battery and 6th Probation Violations. Rounding out the top ten...
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City Board of Works Approves Handgun for Retiring Officer

July 14, 2015
City Board of Works Approves Handgun for Retiring Officer

Recently retired Plymouth police officer Ted Brown will be able to purchase his service weapon following the action of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety and the City Council Monday evening. Members of the Board of Work approved a resolution that designated the handgun as surplus property and authorized the transfer of...
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