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City Opens Quotes for Fire Chief’s Vehicle & Street Sweeper

February 28, 2013
City Opens Quotes for Fire Chief’s Vehicle & Street Sweeper

  03/01/13 Monday evening the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety opened quotes for a new chief’s vehicle for the Fire Department.  Chief Rod Miller said told members the specification for the vehicle were on the safe side and included being pursuit rated with underneath skids and wiring for a light package. Two...
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FFA Toy SHow & Ag Expo this Sunday at PHS

February 28, 2013
FFA Toy SHow & Ag Expo this Sunday at PHS

  03/01/13 The 4th Annual Marshall County FFA Toy Show and Ag Expo will be held in the Multi-Purpose Room at Plymouth High School this Sunday, March 3rd from 9 a.m. till 3 p.m. The six area FFA Chapters; Argos, Bremen, John Glenn, LaVille, Plymouth and Triton are excited to be working in conjunction...
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Auto Park offers Donation Oil Changes for the Dog Park

February 28, 2013
Auto Park offers Donation Oil Changes for the Dog Park

  03/01/13 The Auto Park in Plymouth is going to the dogs, literally.  This Saturday the Auto Park is holding a donation oil changes with 100% of the proceeds going to the Plymouth Park for the Dog Park. The Dog Park has been discussed the past couple of years and was placed on the...
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Plymouth Junior League Baseball Sign-up Begin this Weekend

February 28, 2013
Plymouth Junior League Baseball Sign-up Begin this Weekend

  03/01/13 Plymouth Junior League Baseball is gearing up for a spring and summer filled with fun at the baseball park for kids ages 4 to 16. Children who will be 4 by May 1st and not be 17 before May 1st are eligible to participate in the Plymouth Junior League Baseball Program.  Registration...
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Summit Lake and Mounds state parks to host job fairs, March 5

February 28, 2013
Summit Lake and Mounds state parks to host job fairs, March 5

  03/01/13 Summit Lake State Park in New Castle and Mounds State Park in Anderson will each host a job fair on March 5 for people interested in seasonal employment. Both fairs will run from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the main office at each park. Seasonal positions that may be available in...
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Donnelly Praises $374 Million Chrysler Investment, Creation of 1,250 Jobs

February 28, 2013

03/01/13 Thursday afternoon, Senator Joe Donnelly praised Chrysler Group’s announcement of a $374 million investment in four north central Indiana plants, a move that will ultimately create 1,250 new jobs.  Donnelly was central to the 2008-2009 fight to save Chrysler as the automaker moved through restructuring and narrowly avoided liquidation. “They said this day...
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WORKING SMOKE ALARMS IN YOUR HOME – IT’S THE LAW

February 28, 2013
WORKING SMOKE ALARMS IN YOUR HOME – IT’S THE LAW

  03/01/13 The Indiana State Fire Marshal is reminding Hoosiers that it is not only crucial to have a working smoke alarm in your home, but it is also the law (IC 22-11-18-3.5). Working smoke alarms can double the chances of surviving a residence fire. Indiana had 47 fatalities in 2011 and 2012, due...
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County Plan Commission to Consider Ordinance Amendment on Wind Turbines

February 27, 2013
County Plan Commission to Consider Ordinance Amendment on Wind Turbines

  02/28/13 Members of the Marshall County Plan Commission will resume their consideration of a proposed amendment to the county’s Wind Energy Ordinance.  Last month Stephen Snyder from Snyder Morgan LLP in Syracuse presented an ordinance amendment that would basically make it impossible for a commercial grade wind turbine system to locate within the...
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Speed & Alcohol Maybe Factor in One Vehicle Crash on 13th Road

February 27, 2013
Speed & Alcohol Maybe Factor in One Vehicle Crash on 13th Road

   02/28/13  On Tuesday, February 26th at approximately 6:15 PM, Marshall County Police along with the Plymouth Fire Department and EMS responded to 13th Road west of Olive Trail for a one vehicle accident. Arriving at the scene it was discovered that 27 year old Brandon E. Hensley of Argos had traveled off the...
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Donnelly: Arbitrary Sequester Cuts Put Hoosier Priorities at Risk

February 27, 2013
Donnelly: Arbitrary Sequester Cuts Put Hoosier Priorities at Risk

  02/28/13 Senator Joe Donnelly spoke Wednesday with Indiana media to discuss the impact of the indiscriminate spending cuts known as sequestration on Hoosiers.  Indiana will see deep cuts to military installations, public safety, education, and public health if these cuts are allowed to go into effect as scheduled.  Donnelly’s office released a fact...
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