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LaPaz Woman Sentenced to Eighteen Years of Imprisonment for Manufacturing Methamphetamine and Robbery

August 22, 2013
LaPaz Woman Sentenced to Eighteen Years of Imprisonment for Manufacturing Methamphetamine and Robbery

  08/23/13 Toni Cassandra Schutz, 27 of LaPaz, was sentenced Wednesday by Judge Robert O. Bowen to eighteen years of imprisonment on a charge of manufacturing methamphetamine.  Three years of the sentence was suspended which results in a term of imprisonment of 15 years.  She was also sentenced to a prison term of six...
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A Partnership between Plymouth Schools, ITAMCO and Ivy Tech will offer Precision Tool Manufacturing Training

August 22, 2013
A Partnership between Plymouth Schools, ITAMCO and Ivy Tech will offer Precision Tool Manufacturing Training

08/23/13 High school students in Plymouth and the surrounding school corporation now have a higher education option.  Ivy Tech Community College is offering dual credit precision tool manufacturing training courses to Plymouth High School.  The courses will be offered in a newly renovated facility at PHS and be taught by an Ivy Tech instructor. ...
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Discovering Your Local Laws: Part 4 SIGNS

August 22, 2013
Discovering Your Local Laws:  Part 4  SIGNS

  08/23/13 As a public service to the residents of Plymouth, Mayor Mark Senter is bringing forth laws on the city books that folks should know about.  Today he is discussing signs.  Sign, sign, everywhere a sign…blockin’ out the scenery, breakin’ my mind…do this, don’t do that, can’t you read the sign? That was...
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Final Route Announced for NIPSCO Reynolds Topeka Transmission Line

August 22, 2013
Final Route Announced for NIPSCO Reynolds Topeka Transmission Line

  08/23/13 The Reynolds-Topeka Electric System Improvement Project has announced selection of the final route.  This six year project will strengthen Indiana’s electric system and provide improved access to wind and solar renewable energy sources through the construction of a new 100 mile electrical transmission line that will connect NIPSCO’s substation in Reynolds, IN...
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Renbarger Arrested for DWS with Prior

August 22, 2013
Renbarger Arrested for DWS with Prior

  08/23/13 On Tuesday, August 20th at 4:57 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Matt Emenhiser conducted a traffic in the Wal-Mart parking lot.   21 year old Ann Renbarger of Plymouth was observed traveling 51 mph in a posted 35 mph zone on Hoham Drive.  During the stop it was discovered that Ann Renbarger was Driving while...
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Sock Hop for Culver’s Concert in the Park Saturday

August 22, 2013
Sock Hop for Culver’s Concert in the Park Saturday

  08/23/13 The Culver Park and Recreation Department continues with their “Concert in the Park” series this weekend featuring a Sock Hop.  Donna McKee, Program Director for the Culver Park Department is welcoming ‘American Pie’ this Saturday August 24 at 7:00 p.m. EST.  The concert will take place at the Culver Park on beautiful...
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Plymouth Optimist Club gets ready for Pancake Breakfast at Airport

August 22, 2013
Plymouth Optimist Club gets ready for Pancake Breakfast at Airport

  08/23/13 The Plymouth Optimists met Tuesday morning at the Plymouth Ponderosa Restaurant for their weekly meeting. Guest speakers for the day were Matt Cripe representing the Plymouth Flight Squadron of the Indiana wing of the Civil Air Patrol, and member Linda Yoder representing The Marshall County United Way.   Matt shared a little...
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CONGRESSWOMAN WALORSKI HOSTS TOWN HALL IN ROCHESTER

August 22, 2013
CONGRESSWOMAN WALORSKI HOSTS TOWN HALL IN ROCHESTER

  08/23/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Wednesday held a town hall meeting at the Fulton County Council Chambers in Rochester to provide a legislative update on her efforts in Washington to control federal spending and answer questions from constituents. “I appreciate the opportunity to meet with Second District Hoosiers to hear their questions and...
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Hoosier Worker Deaths Reach Historic Low

August 22, 2013
Hoosier Worker Deaths Reach Historic Low

  08/23/13 Thursday the Indiana Department of Labor (IDOL) released its annual preliminary Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI) report for 2012. The IDOL reported 113 worker deaths in 2012, the lowest experienced since the CFOI report was introduced in 1992. The most significant improvement was in manufacturing, which saw a 28 percent decrease...
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Bertha V. Chatron – 95 – from Plymouth

August 22, 2013

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