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Hacienda Rumor More Than a Rumor

February 5, 2013
Hacienda Rumor More Than a Rumor

  02/06/13 Anyone in the mood for chips and salsa from Hacienda? Well, it’s looking like you won’t have to drive to South Bend or Warsaw in the near future. Last Friday rumors started circulating around town that Hacienda had filed for an alcohol permit for Plymouth.  According to local Alcohol Board member, Maria...
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Rep. Harman authors legislation to aid police officers, firefighters

February 5, 2013
Rep. Harman authors legislation to aid police officers, firefighters

  02/06/13 State Representative Tim Harman (R-Bremen) authored legislation that addresses the 1977 Police Officers’ and Firefighters’ Pension and Disability Fund (1977 Fund). The bill, House Bill (HB) 1561, removes the requirement for members of the fund to reapply for membership after transferring to another job. HB 1561 passed out of the House with...
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IN Recreation Guides Available Online

February 5, 2013
IN Recreation Guides Available Online

  02/06/13 Your guide to Indiana’s best values in outdoor recreation is available now at dnr.IN.gov/5280.htm. The Department of Natural Resources’ 2013 Indiana Recreation Guide is the source for information on state parks, reservoirs, state park inns, fish & wildlife areas, state forests and other DNR properties. Local retail outlets, state parks, reservoirs and...
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Public Open House for NIPSCO Improvement Project Through Marshall County

February 5, 2013
Public Open House for NIPSCO Improvement Project Through Marshall County

  02/06/13  NIPSCO (Northern Indiana Public Service Company)is planning an approximately 100 mile, 345kilivolt electric transmission line in order to provide better access to new sources  of electricity of Northern Indiana, while improving infrastructure and electrical reliability.  This project is in the initial planning stages and NIPSCO will be holding a series of public...
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Mayor’s Blood Drive 2/9/13

February 5, 2013
Mayor’s Blood Drive 2/9/13

02/06/13 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter has set the date and time for his next Mayor’s Blood Drive.  The next South Bend Medical Foundation Blood Drive in Plymouth will be held on Saturday, February 9th from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the new location for the Earthworks Market, 900 West Jefferson Street. Each donor...
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Monopoly Game Tournament on Feb. 15 at Plymouth Library

February 5, 2013
Monopoly Game Tournament on Feb. 15 at Plymouth Library

 02/06/13 The Plymouth Public Library will host their annual Monopoly Game Tournament on Friday, February 15th.  Plymouth Schools have the day off for a Staff Development Day so this tournament is geared for students in grades 6 through 12.  Registration is now underway and continues until 8 p.m. on Thursday, February 14th. Cost to...
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GEORGE A. BORN – 88 – from Plymouth

February 5, 2013
GEORGE A. BORN – 88 – from Plymouth

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details
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Mata Arrested for Allegedly Stabbing Wife in Hand and Back

February 4, 2013
Mata Arrested for Allegedly Stabbing Wife in Hand and Back

  02/05/13 Plymouth Police were dispatched Friday evening at 5:19 to a residence in the 700 block of Broadway Street for an apparent stabbing. A 9-1-1 call sent city police officers to the Broadway Street home where they located Crystal Mata.  She had stab wounds to her hand and back.  She was transported to...
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County has New Veterans Service Officer

February 4, 2013
County has New Veterans Service Officer

  02/05/13 Pam Schweitzer-Betz, the County’s new Veterans Service Officer appeared before the Marshall County Commissioner Monday with a progress report. Schweitzer-Betz was officially appointed to the position beginning January 7th although she has been in the position as temporary help since mid October. She served two years as a combat medic in the...
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New Chief Takes Oath of Office

February 4, 2013
New Chief Takes Oath of Office

 02/05/13 Mayor Mark Senter looked on Friday afternoon as City Clerk Treasure Toni Hutchings administered the Oath of Office to newly appointed Police Chief Dave bacon. Just a week earlier the mayor announced a change in leadership for the Police Department.  Chief Jim Cox had been in the position for nine years. Senter said,...
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