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MAYOR’S MONTH OF MUSIC AUGUST 2016

June 10, 2016
MAYOR’S MONTH OF MUSIC AUGUST 2016

Mayor Mark Senter is excited to announce he will be hosting the Mayor’s Month of Music again this year at River Park Square.  This event will be held each Friday evening in August starting at 6:00 pm.  This is a free, family-friendly event.  Pack a cooler with your favorite beverage and come out for...
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Ancilla College joins White House Launching Fair Chance Higher Education Pledge

June 10, 2016
Ancilla College joins White House Launching Fair Chance Higher Education Pledge

 If you’ve been incarcerated, Ancilla College and the Obama Administration want to make it easier for you to get your degree.  Ancilla is one of 15 institutions at the White House this morning, June 10, 2016, with Education Secretary John King and Domestic Policy Council Director Cecilia Muñoz standing with the Obama Administration as...
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Kenny Wallace, Ron Hornaday to Visit Plymouth Speedway

June 10, 2016
Kenny Wallace, Ron Hornaday to Visit Plymouth Speedway

  NASCAR driver and commentator Kenny Wallace and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series legend Ron Hornaday will run against the best UMP Modified drivers in the Midwest at Plymouth Speedway this Saturday, June 11. The pair will go up against reigning Swan Lake Resort UMP Modified champion and current points leader Jamie Lomax, plus former...
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Summer Child Safety Resources

June 10, 2016
Summer Child Safety Resources

It’s summer! Kids are out of school, and many will be at the pool, riding their bikes, or going on trips with their families.  While summer can be a time for families to reconnect, this season poses additional challenges to keep kids safe. The Indiana Department of Child Services (DCS) Summer Child Safety web...
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Heat Expected Over Next Few Days;  EMS Professional Says to Limit Risk, Take Precautions

June 10, 2016
Heat Expected Over Next Few Days;  EMS Professional Says to Limit Risk, Take Precautions

  High temperatures are predicted in Indiana over the coming weekend and into next week. As temperatures hit new heights on Saturday, so do the risks for heat-related illnesses. Emergency medical professionals with the Indiana Department of Homeland Security are encouraging Hoosiers to take heat-safety precautions. “Excessive exposure to temperatures above 90 degrees increases the risk...
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Plymouth Park Board Approves United Way Request for Kick-Off Event at Young Amphitheater

June 10, 2016
Plymouth Park Board Approves United Way Request for Kick-Off Event at Young Amphitheater

The Plymouth Park Board approved the request of United Way of Marshall County to hold their 2016 Campaign Kick-Off/Fund-raising event at the Young Amphitheatre in Centennial Park on August 13th. Executive Director Linda Yoder and Director of Organizational Development Chris Johnson attended Monday’s meeting and explained their plan. They plan to host a “Taste...
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County Considers Lease Program to Purchase Trucks for County Highway

June 9, 2016
County Considers Lease Program to Purchase Trucks for County Highway

  Angie Deming from Republic First National in Rochester presented the Marshall County Commissioners with a proposal to purchase six new single and tandem axle trucks with plows on a lease program. During Monday’s meeting Deming said the cost to purchase the six vehicles is approximately $1.2 million. The proposal included terms to pay...
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Taste of Culver, Stellar Fest & Farmers’ Market this Saturday in Culver

June 9, 2016
Taste of Culver, Stellar Fest & Farmers’ Market this Saturday in Culver

  Saturday will be a busy day in Culver with the Taste of Culver, Stellar Fest and Farmers’ Market. The Culver Farmers’ Market made a move this year. They had been near CVS but this year have moved to a new location, the Town Park. The market is open from 9 till 1 on...
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Plymouth BZA Approves Variances

June 9, 2016
Plymouth BZA Approves Variances

The Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals had a number of items on their agenda Tuesday evening. The board denied the request for an off premises advertising sign on west side of the Lowry’s Restoration building at 114 West Jefferson Street but did approve a sign at 900 Lincolnway East for Angie Kain who is...
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Caucus Selects Jim Masterson for Vacant Seat on County Council

June 9, 2016
Caucus Selects Jim Masterson for Vacant Seat on County Council

Marshall County Republican precinct committee men and women gathered Thursday evening at 5 at headquarters in Plymouth to conduct a caucus to fill the vacant seat on the Marshall County Council. The vacancy was created when Councilman Rex Gilliland resigned his seat at the end of May and accepted a position with the Sheriff’s...
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