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Donnelly, Inhofe Reintroduce Bill to Provide Permanent Regulatory Relief to Public Utilities

April 28, 2015
Donnelly, Inhofe Reintroduce Bill to Provide Permanent Regulatory Relief to Public Utilities

Washington, D.C. — Tuesday U.S. Senators Joe Donnelly (D-IN) and James Inhofe (R-OK) reintroduced the Public Power Risk Management Act, S. 1111, bipartisan legislation that would clarify provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act in order to provide permanent relief to public power utilities and keep energy affordable for Americans.   Donnelly...
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Family Group meetings at Triton Elementary School

April 28, 2015
Family Group meetings at Triton Elementary School

Students at Triton Elementary School had a “Family Group” meeting at school last week to give students time to practice leadership and other life skills and prepare for their family group field day at the end of May.   Ms. Painton’s family group, with a mixed group of students from all grades K-6, is...
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Dorothy Winters Coury of Plymouth

April 28, 2015
Dorothy Winters Coury of Plymouth

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Lengthy Investigation Leads to the Arrest of Groves for Drug Charges

April 28, 2015
Lengthy Investigation Leads to the Arrest of Groves for Drug Charges

On Wednesday, April 22nd the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department with the assistance of the Starke County Sheriff’s Department, Indiana State Police and the Marshall County Prosecutors Office conducted a lengthy investigation involving manufacturing and dealing of methamphetamine, possession of a precursor and dumping of controlled substance waste. Officer Jonathan Bryant with the Marshall County Sheriff’s...
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Plymouth School Board Cancels Executive Session

April 28, 2015
Plymouth School Board Cancels Executive Session

The Executive Session meeting for the Plymouth School Board scheduled for tonight has been cancelled.  Information pertaining to the executive session were not given, never-the-less the meeting will not be held tonight.  The special work session will be held tonight beginning at 5:45.  The school board will discuss facility needs.   This meeting is open...
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Plymouth City Council Supports Wheel Tax

April 28, 2015
Plymouth City Council Supports Wheel Tax

The City of Plymouth threw their support behind the proposed LOHUT tax during their meeting Monday. Mayor Senter and Councilman Mike Delp attended the special joint Council and Commissioner’s meeting last week to learn more about local funding for street and road repairs. Although the County Council hasn’t yet made a decision to implement...
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City Awards Bids for Ledyard Water Plant Improvements

April 28, 2015
City Awards Bids for Ledyard Water Plant Improvements

Thieneman Construction from Westfield was awarded the bid to complete the Ledyard Water Treatment Plant improvements during Monday night’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting.  Thieneman’s base bid was $3,132,000 which was higher than the engineer’s estimate. The water main extension project from LaPorte Street under the Yellow River to Oak Hill Avenue...
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Bicentennial Torch Bearer Nominations begin May 1st

April 28, 2015
Bicentennial Torch Bearer Nominations begin May 1st

Noel Szydlyk, Director of the Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay spoke to members of the Marshall County Bicentennial Committee Monday at the Museum. As a signature event of the 2016 Bicentennial celebration, the torch relay is designed to inspire and unify Hoosiers.  Nominated torch carriers in each county will pass the torch, connecting communities, counties,...
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Dedication Ceremony for 16th Habitat House in Marshall County Set

April 27, 2015

Dean Byers, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County has set the date for the dedication ceremony for the 16th family home located at 617 Pennsylvania Ave, Plymouth. The dedication ceremony will be this Sunday, May 3rd at 2 p.m. with Reverend Harold Yoder, presiding.  Reverend Yoder is a pastor with the...
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Yellow River Festival Seeks Non-profit Food Vendors

April 27, 2015
Yellow River Festival Seeks Non-profit Food Vendors

The warmer weather signals the start of the festival season.  Starting the summer fun, on June 6th and 7th, is the Yellow River Festival.  The committee for the festival has been working hard during the winter months planning for this year’s event. It is the mission of the Yellow River Festival to offer the selling...
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