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Legislators to hold Town Hall Meeting Saturday, March 16

March 14, 2013
Legislators to hold Town Hall Meeting Saturday, March 16

 03/15/13 A town hall meeting with our local legislators is scheduled for this Saturday, March 16th beginning at 9 a.m. at Christo’s Banquet Center on Lincolnway East. District 17 State Representative Tim Harman, Senator in District 18 Randy Head, and District 9 Senator Ryan Mishler have agreed to visit Plymouth and talk with residents about this...
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Chimney Fire Near Tippecanoe

March 13, 2013
Chimney Fire Near Tippecanoe

  03/14/13 Firefighters from three departments were dispatched to 1317 18th Road, Tippecanoe Wednesday night about 6 p.m. for a chimney fire.  The Tippecanoe Fire Department responded and as they were on their way County dispatch informed them that the 9-1-1 caller said the home was filling with smoke.  Tippecanoe immediately requested a tanker...
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County Council Approves Sheriff’s Requests

March 13, 2013
County Council Approves Sheriff’s Requests

 03/14/13 Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin appeared before the County Council Monday to seek an additional appropriation and two transfers in his budget. The Sheriff was approved to move $7,000 from wages overtime to a new line item, part-time clerical.  Chamberlin explained that this part-time position will include clerical and bookkeeping.  He asked how...
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PHJC MINISTRY CENTER CHANGES NAME

March 13, 2013

03/14/13 The Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ Ministry Center will now be called The Center at Donaldson.  The Poor Handmaid Leadership decided to simplify the name that refers to all of their ministries located in Donaldson. Ninety years ago the Poor Handmaids moved from Fort Wayne to Donaldson and built a new Motherhouse.  Over...
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Monthly Reports for Plymouth Police, Fire & EMS

March 13, 2013
Monthly Reports for Plymouth Police, Fire & EMS

  03/14/13 Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon and Fire Chief Rod Miller presented their February Department Reports to the Board of Public Works and Safety Monday night. The Police Department answered 568 calls for information, conducted 343 security checks, investigated 186 complaints and responded 148 times to 9-1-1 calls.  City officers signed 120 charges,...
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City Opens Quotes for Police Vehicles

March 13, 2013
City Opens Quotes for Police Vehicles

  03/14/13 Quotes for new police vehicles were opened during Monday night’s Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. Two local car dealers submitted quotes to the city and they were opened during the meeting.  Country Auto supplied a quote of $22,157 for a 2013 Dodge Charger 2-wheel drive sedan. They offered $1,800...
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Meet Tome the Reading Gnome at the Plymouth Library

March 13, 2013
Meet Tome the Reading Gnome at the Plymouth Library

  03/14/13 Plymouth Public Library has a new assistant and they want you to stop in and meet Tome the Reading Gnome. Tome’s very excited about the Plymouth Library’s Summer Reading Program, and has decided to help the staff out.  But in order to help the library, he needs help from the kids!   He...
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County Sheriff’s Department and Indiana Department of Child Services Crack Down on Meth Use and Child Neglect

March 13, 2013
County Sheriff’s Department and Indiana Department of Child Services Crack Down on Meth Use and Child Neglect

  03/14/13  The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and the Indiana Department of Child Services are encouraging community members to report incidents of suspected methamphetamine production and use. Marshall County is among those Indiana areas battling a high number of meth users and labs, along with a rise in illegal prescription drug use. The Indiana...
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WALORSKI: IT IS TIME FOR CONGRESS TO PASS A RESPONSIBLE BUDGET

March 13, 2013
WALORSKI: IT IS TIME FOR CONGRESS TO PASS A RESPONSIBLE BUDGET

  03/14/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02), a member of the House Budget Committee, released the following statement regarding the House Republicans budget plan, The Path to Prosperity: A Responsible, Balanced Budget: “I applaud the hard work of Chairman Paul Ryan and my Republican colleagues to present the American people with a responsible, commonsense budget...
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Miller’s Residents Enjoy Jam Session

March 13, 2013
Miller’s Residents Enjoy Jam Session

  03/14/13 Liza and Friends held their bi-monthly jam session at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Friday evening, March 8th.  Liza Woolever is a local entertainer and music instructor.  Approximately eight of her students and several residents and guests joined in the jam session.  Instruments represented in the jam were fiddle, recorder, banjo, dulcimer,...
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