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Bourbon Town Council Donates to Detination Imagination Cemetery Project

February 15, 2018
Bourbon Town Council Donates to Detination Imagination Cemetery Project

After a presentation by four members of the Community Destination Imagination Team, Bourbon Town Council members voted to donate $1,000 to a project spearheaded by the students to erect a headstone in the cemetery that will be engraved with all of the names of those who are buried that they can verify. Making the...
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INDOT Takes Customer Service to the Next Level with INDOT4U

February 15, 2018
INDOT Takes Customer Service to the Next Level with INDOT4U

The Indiana Department of Transportation Thursday announced the launch of INDOT4U, a new model for customer service that makes it easier than ever for customers to contact the agency and get questions answered and problems resolved. With a statewide customer service center in place, motorists now have a single point of contact to report a...
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House Passes Walorski Measure to Reduce Costs, Red Tape for American Manufacturers

February 15, 2018
House Passes Walorski Measure to Reduce Costs, Red Tape for American Manufacturers

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) today applauded House passage of a tariff relief bill that includes provisions she authored to reduce unnecessary costs and red tape for American manufacturers, including in the RV industry. “Northern Indiana is known as the RV Capital of the World, so Hoosiers know just how vital manufacturing is to our...
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Sneed Located in Etna Green and Arrested

February 15, 2018
Sneed Located in Etna Green and Arrested

As reported Wednesday evening by WTCA, Plymouth Police arrested 26 year old Aaron Cory Sneed in Etna Green  late Wednesday afternoon after his vehicle was found abandoned at 15B and Beech Road about 3 p.m. Marshall County Police, Plymouth Police, the Marshall County Drug UNIT and Winona Lake Police K9 unit assisted in the...
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Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown at Half-Staff

February 15, 2018
Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown at Half-Staff

Governor Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags across the state to be flown at half-staff to honor the victims of the tragedy in Parkland, Florida. Flags should be flown at half-staff until sunset on Monday, February 19. Governor Holcomb also asks businesses and residents to lower their flags to half-staff until Monday.
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Rippy Gives Museum Quarterly Update

February 15, 2018
Rippy Gives Museum Quarterly Update

The Marshall County Museum is a busy place according to Linda Rippy, Executive Director.  During Monday’s County Council meeting Rippy gave her quarterly update.  The visitor county for 2017 was 9,751 with 1,737 of those being from outside Marshall County.  She gave members a sheet with several comments from Trip Advisor where visitors of...
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Bourbon Town Council Approves Grant Processes to Build Homes

February 14, 2018
Bourbon Town Council Approves Grant Processes to Build Homes

Local architect Brent Martin and Habitat for Humanity Executive Director, Dean Byers, appeared before the Bourbon Town Council Tuesday evening to offer their services to possibly have houses built on a Center Street property that the town purchased. A home in severe disrepair was leveled on the property last year and the town had...
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Plymouth Park Board Approves Requests

February 14, 2018
Plymouth Park Board Approves Requests

Earlier this month the Plymouth Park Department approved free use of River Park Square for the Plymouth Library’s Bubble Day Activity.  The free program will be held on June 14th from 1 to 3 in the afternoon.  This traditional event offers children the chance to step inside a giant bubble, use many different wands...
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PHS Orchestra Honors Recital with special performance by Olga Yurkova and Alexander Kepach

February 14, 2018
PHS Orchestra Honors Recital with special performance by Olga Yurkova and Alexander Kepach

The Plymouth High School Orchestra will be performing an Honors Recital on Monday, February 19, at 7:00pm in the sanctuary of First United Methodist Church at 400 North Michigan Street. The recital will feature the students who qualified for the ISSMA State Solo and Ensemble Contest.  To qualify for State, students must play music from the...
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Bourbon Recognizes Street Dept. Superintendent for Service

February 14, 2018
Bourbon Recognizes Street Dept. Superintendent for Service

Bourbon Town Council members recognized the contributions of Street Department Superintendent, Roger Terry during their meeting this week. Terry has served the town for 27 years with 25 of those as the superintendent. A certificate of appreciation as an Outstanding Citizen was given to local resident, Jeremy Meadows. Presenting the certificate was Steve Stacy,...
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