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North Carolina Man Arrested for False Infroming

August 28, 2013
North Carolina Man Arrested for False Infroming

    08/29/13  On Tuesday, August 27th at approximately 10:30 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Shanna Gilmer arrested 46 year old Larry D. Mabry of Salisbury, North Carolina at 1628 West Jefferson Street.  Mr. Mabry was arrested on a charge of False Informing.  He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked on a...
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Board of Public Works & Safety Approves Request to Bid Street Projects

August 28, 2013
Board of Public Works & Safety Approves Request to Bid Street Projects

  08/29/13 Members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works approved the request of City Engineer Rick Gaul to put the annual street improvement projects out to bid.  Gaul said, “About a month ago we, myself and Jim Marquardt the street superintendent, took an inventory of all the streets in the city and rated...
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Computer Tech Class Added at Triton High

August 28, 2013
Computer Tech Class Added at Triton High

  08/29/13 Triton High School has added a computer tech class at the high school for students to learn the trade of computer diagnostics and repair.  At the completion of the class, the students can test for certification in this growing profession.  The class is taught by Ted Fisher, Technology Director for Triton School...
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Argos Readers Rewarded for Young Hoosier Reading Challenge

August 28, 2013
Argos Readers Rewarded for Young Hoosier Reading Challenge

  08/29/13 Argos Community School Librarian, Mary Jackson announced Wednesday the 2012-2013 Argos Elementary Super Readers.  These students read all 20 Young Hoosier books during the last school year.   They recently received their reward for reading all 20 books, a trip to Barnes and Noble bookstore in South Bend, lunch at CiCi’s Pizza and...
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Oct. Park Bus Trip to Blue Chip

August 28, 2013
Oct. Park Bus Trip to Blue Chip

  08/29/13 Plymouth Park Department Recreation Director, Scott Michel is announcing the October bus trip.  The Plymouth Park Department will be taking a Royal Excursion bus trip to Blue Chip Casino on Monday, October 14th.   The cost of the trip is $25 for city residents and $27 for non-residents.  Along with the trip you...
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Bremen ISP Post Checkpoint Results

August 28, 2013
Bremen ISP Post Checkpoint Results

    08/29/13 On August 24th state troopers from the Bremen State Police Post conducted a sobriety checkpoint for three hours in South Bend. The Saturday checkpoint started at 11:00 p.m. and concluded at 2:00 a.m. Sunday morning. The checkpoint was run in conjunction with the Operation Pull Over Blitz campaign, “Drive Sober or...
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Safety App Helps Monitor Outdoor Heat Risk Level

August 28, 2013
Safety App Helps Monitor Outdoor Heat Risk Level

  08/29/13 There is now a tool to help employers and employees understand heat situations and risk levels. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) offers a Smartphone app that allows outdoor workers to calculate the heat index for their worksite and displays a risk level based on the heat...
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Blueberry Hank Wood Carving at Festival

August 27, 2013
Blueberry Hank Wood Carving at Festival

  08/28/13 Visitors to the 47th Annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival over Labor Day weekend in Centennial Park in Plymouth will see a very special piece of artwork.  In fact, it’s a very unique piece of art.    A wooden statue of Blueberry Hank will stand proudly next to information booth number one near...
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Quotes Opened for Repairs at Firehouse

August 27, 2013
Quotes Opened for Repairs at Firehouse

    08/28/13 Monday night quotes were opened on the list of repairs that Fire Chief Rod Miller wants to have completed at the firehouse during the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting.  Two local companies submitted quotes; Heritage Custom Builders owned by Tom and Tony McCan had a quote of $57,950 while...
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Mechanical Engineer Professor from Purdue Speaks to 3rd & 4th Graders

August 27, 2013
Mechanical Engineer Professor from Purdue Speaks to 3rd & 4th Graders

  08/28/13 Jefferson Elementary 3rd and 4th graders may likely say they want to be an engineer when they grow up after listening to Dr. Tahira Reid’s presentation at their school. Dr. Reid is a mechanical engineering professor from Purdue University. She shared her experience of designing a mechanical double-dutch jump rope machine. Her...
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