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Expanded Wood Stove Changeout Program Aims to Help Improve Air Quality

February 19, 2013
Expanded Wood Stove Changeout Program Aims to Help Improve Air Quality

  02/20/13 Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) has partnered with the American Lung Association and the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) to provide up to $5,000 in instant rebates to northern Indiana residents who change out or retrofit their older, high-emissions wood burning stoves or boilers with cleaner and more efficient...
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Musical Moments at the Library

February 19, 2013

02/20/13 Plymouth Public Library’s Musical Moments series continues this Thursday, February 21 with Plymouth High School’s Crimson Connection.  Join the Crimson Connection Thursday for lots of fun and great music.  Performance begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Laramore Rooms on the north side of the building.  Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the event...
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drainage Board Approves 7th Road Interchange Drainage Plan

February 18, 2013
drainage Board Approves 7th Road Interchange Drainage Plan

   02/19/13 RW Armstrong appeared before the Marshall County Drainage Board Monday to have the US 31 and 7th Road Drainage Plan reviewed.  Howard Berberick presented the hydraulic report which includes seven ponds in and around the interchange.   Details of the plan shows storm water runoff that will go into the ponds and...
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February speaker series at the museum

February 18, 2013
February speaker series at the museum

  02/19/13 Wythougan Valley Preservation Council is hosting two presentations at the Marshall County Museum on Wednesday evenings in February on some of Plymouth’s historic homes.  It is a two-part series that will discuss the histories of many of the city’s landmark and historic homes and provide information for those wishing to research their...
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Criminal Justice Day for Leadership Marshall County

February 18, 2013
Criminal Justice Day for Leadership Marshall County

  02/19/13 Last week members of the current Marshall County Leadership class spend half a day learning about criminal justice in the county. Judge Curt Plan from Circuit Court spoke to the group Wednesday afternoon about the various types of cases he sees.  There were a total of 11,820 new cases filed in 2012. ...
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County Drainage Board Approves Increase in Maintenance Assessment

February 18, 2013
County Drainage Board Approves Increase in Maintenance Assessment

 02/19/13 The Marshall County Drainage Board had a full agenda Monday morning.  Maintenance bids were opened for projects on the BF Mattingly Ditch and the E Fletcher Ditch.  A new bidder from Koscuckio County, Kolesiak Construction from Akron was the low bidder on both projects with bids of $11,700 and $7,800. A public hearing...
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There’s a right way to deal with injured, orphaned wildlife

February 18, 2013
There’s a right way to deal with injured, orphaned wildlife

  02/19/13 Wildlife biologists from the Department of Natural Resources are asking the public to help keep Indiana’s wildlife wild. “Rescuing an injured or apparently abandoned baby wild animal may do the opposite of what you seek to accomplish and eventually cause the animal more harm than good,” said Mark Reiter, director of the...
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M.C. Reading Council’s Books for Babies Program

February 18, 2013
M.C. Reading Council’s Books for Babies Program

  02/19/13 During the month of February, the Marshall County Reading Council has partnered with City News and Books in Plymouth to promote the Reading Council’s Books for Babies Program.   Customers who purchase a board book for the program will have their name put into a drawing for a $25 gift certificate to...
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Mary Bottorff – 87 – from Plymouth

February 18, 2013
Mary Bottorff – 87 – from Plymouth

  Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Six Arrested at Country Place Apartments for Meth Labs

February 16, 2013
Six Arrested at Country Place Apartments for Meth Labs

  02/18/13 Friday afternoon just before 2 Plymouth police officers were dispatched to the Country Place Apartments in reference to Tyler Byers violating a “No Trespass Order” for the property.  He was seen going into apartment number 24. Corporal Ray West and K9 Officer John Weir responded to the complaint and as they approached...
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