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County Council Amends 2013 Salary Ord. for New Probation Officer

February 14, 2013
County Council Amends 2013 Salary Ord. for New Probation Officer

  02/15/13 The Marshall County Council approved the request of Auditor Lukenbill to amend the 2013 Salary ordinance to create a pay-scale for a brand-new probation officer.  Lukenbill said it’s been quite some time since there have been new hire employees who have a lower pay.  The probation officer being replaced was making $22.22...
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Police and Fire Monthly Reports

February 14, 2013
Police and Fire Monthly Reports

  02/15/13 Plymouth City department heads presented their monthly reports to Board of Public Works and Safety members during this week’s meeting. Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller’s report shows this department responded to 177 alarms during January.  135 calls were for EMS and 16 medical assists requests.  9 times last month fire and or...
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Airport Board Approves 5 Year Lease with Plymouth Sky Sports

February 14, 2013
Airport Board Approves 5 Year Lease with Plymouth Sky Sports

  02/15/13 In the absence of Plymouth Aviation Board President Tom Flynn, Phil Bockman call the meeting to order.  The first order of business was consideration of a lease extension for Troy Church of Plymouth Sky Sports.  The new lease is for 5 years in length and starts at $450 per month with a...
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Bremen Teen Trying Out for Colts Cheerleading

February 14, 2013
Bremen Teen Trying Out for Colts Cheerleading

  02/15/13 The Marshall County community is invited to “cheer on” Danielle Hudson as she goes for her goal to try out as a cheerleader for the Indianapolis Colts. Hudson will turn 19 in a week and is the daughter of Laurel (Kiefer) Salazar and Todd Hudson. She is studying criminal justice at IUSB...
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Fighting Against Hoosier Hunger

February 14, 2013
Fighting Against Hoosier Hunger

  02/15/13 Members of the General Assembly have joined forces in the fight against Hoosier hunger.  Partnering with Feeding Indiana’s Hungry, lawmakers are working to raise awareness and assist with the state’s domestic hunger relief efforts through the month of February. “Hoosiers are faced with tough choices in this post-recession economic climate,” said Representative...
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Ruoff Home Mortgage Announces Addition of Stephen Hissong to Plymouth Area

February 14, 2013
Ruoff Home Mortgage Announces Addition of Stephen Hissong to Plymouth Area

  02/15/13 Fort Wayne-based residential mortgage lender Ruoff Home Mortgage announced the addition of Stephen Hissong to their company, who will conduct business from their satellite office in Plymouth. Hissong was hired as a senior loan officer and will be originating loans and working closely with realtors and home buyers throughout the process.  His...
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Triton 2nd Graders Make Quilts for Kids

February 14, 2013
Triton 2nd Graders Make Quilts for Kids

  02/15/18 The second grade at Triton Elementary School made quilts in connection with The Quilt Story.  The children cut the fabric, sewed the pieces into squares, figured out the design, and sewed the pieces together.  The quilts were then quilted by their teachers and sent to the Downey Quilts for Kids charity.  The...
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Culver Redevelopment Commission to Meet Monday

February 14, 2013
Culver Redevelopment Commission to Meet Monday

  02/15/13 The Culver Redevelopment Commission will meet Monday, February 18th at 5:30 p.m. in the Culver Town Hall.  Agenda for the meeting includes a presentation by Todd Samuelson from Umbaugh and Associates, the analysis of the projected inflows and outflows and future projects.  The agenda also includes a discussion on TIF zone 1’s...
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Coats Statement on North Korea’s Nuclear Test

February 14, 2013
Coats Statement on North Korea’s Nuclear Test

  02/15/13 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.), a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, issued the following statement this week regarding North Korea’s test of a nuclear device: “North Korea’s provocative nuclear test is the latest reminder of the consequences of allowing rogue nations to develop the world’s most destructive weapons. For years, successive U.S. administrations...
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GLADYS M. UMBAUGH – 94 – from Plymouth

February 14, 2013
GLADYS M. UMBAUGH – 94 – from Plymouth

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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