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Public Meeting on January 15, 2015 to Kick-Off Plymouth, Bourbon, & Marshall County’s U.S. EPA Brownfields Coalition Assessment Grant

December 30, 2014
Public Meeting on January 15, 2015 to Kick-Off Plymouth, Bourbon, & Marshall County’s U.S. EPA Brownfields Coalition Assessment Grant

The City of Plymouth, teamed with the Town of Bourbon and Marshall County (Plymouth  Coalition), have  been awarded a grant in the amount of $600,000 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s  (U.S. EPA) Brownfield Program.  The grant will provide funding to complete environmental assessments of numerous brownfield properties throughout the Coalition area. To kick-off ...
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Saturday Arrests by Plymouth Officer

December 30, 2014
Saturday Arrests by Plymouth Officer

12/31/14  At 3:25 Saturday morning Plymouth Police Officer Paul Stamper initiated a traffic stop on 25 year old Jennifer J. Kaser of Plymouth.  The traffic stop was on North Oak Road just south of Pidco Street. During the traffic stop it was found that Kaser was operating a vehicle while intoxicated and was also...
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Truck Hits House, No Injuries

December 30, 2014
Truck Hits House, No Injuries

Just after 8 p.m. Tuesday the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and LaPaz Fire and EMS were dispatched to 14442 First Road west of LaPaz for an original call of a vehicle into a house. Emergency responders found a pick-up truck which had been traveling west bound on First Road, slammed into the front porch...
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Mayor Senter Makes 2015 Appointments

December 30, 2014
Mayor Senter Makes 2015 Appointments

Closing 2014 was on the agenda for the Plymouth Common Council meeting Monday night. Mayor Mark Senter had a number of appointments to various boards and commissions.  Laura Mann was reappointed to the Plymouth Park Board.  Current park board member Sally Greenlee, who is a democrat, resigned her position two years early due to...
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US 31 Southbound Restricted to One Lane near US 30

December 30, 2014
US 31 Southbound Restricted to One Lane near US 30

The Indiana Department of Transportation announced a road restriction on the southbound lanes of US 31 Wednesday, December 31st. US 31 between US 30 and West 9A Road, 8 miles south of LaPaz will have the driving lane blocked. Roadside cleanup crew will be at work starting at 8:00AM.  They will be removing and...
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MCEDC Year-End Review

December 30, 2014
MCEDC Year-End Review

As fitting with the end of the year, Jerry Chavez, Executive Director of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation recapped the activities of the city and towns in the county. Chavez said, “The communities in Marshall County have collectively embarked in a strategic approach to improving the economy for the region as well as...
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Newly Elected County Officials Sworn In to Office

December 30, 2014
Newly Elected County Officials Sworn In to Office

Before a room full of family, friends and co-workers the newly elected county office holders, township trustees and board members, town council members and school board members took the oath of office on Tuesday morning. Marshall County Superior Court I Judge Rob Bowen proceeded over the ceremony in the extra court room in the...
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Commissioners to Conduct Year-End Meeting on Wednesday

December 30, 2014
Commissioners to Conduct Year-End Meeting on Wednesday

The Marshall County Commissioners will meet for a year-end meeting on Wednesday, December 31st at 8:30 a.m. in their second floor meeting room of the County Building. Agenda for the meeting includes the Probation Department’s request to approve a new contract with Muskegon River Youth Center.  As their last meeting the commissioners had questions...
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Update 10 a.m. : Officer Involved Shooting in Plymouth

December 30, 2014
Update 10 a.m. : Officer Involved Shooting in Plymouth

The man who was shot by police Monday night in the K-Mart Parking lot in Plymouth has been identified as Lane G. Dodson, 33, of Tomahawk Drive in Plymouth. The armed confrontation developed after a state trooper stopped Dodson for questioning from an earlier battery case that he was allegedly involved in.  Dodson was...
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Cold Temperatures Expose Workers to Risks

December 30, 2014
Cold Temperatures Expose Workers to Risks

Indiana’s varying seasonal weather can make it difficult for Hoosier employers to stay sharp about protecting their employees from weather-related hazards. As winter rolls back around, it brings with it obvious risks, such as icy driving conditions, as well as not-so-obvious but potentially deadly risks. With proper preparation, these risks can be minimized or...
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