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3-3:30 Rockie Football Auction

July 30, 2014
3-3:30 Rockie Football Auction

1. Rockie Football Picture 2014 2. Hoosier Driving Academy $100 off Driver’s Ed 3. Wilson Football 4. Backpack, pencils, paper 5. 4 Football coasters 6. Christine Sellers 31 $25 gift certificate 7. 8 pack Zentis jelly & 2 Arbys BOGO 8. Blueberry Mega Pass $50 9. Med size STOP sign & challenger tractor 1:32...
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3:30-4 Rockie Football Auction Big Board

July 30, 2014
3:30-4  Rockie Football Auction Big Board

1. Oliver Ford Trip 2. Ancilla Collage 3 credit hours (minimum bid $500) 3. Hot Air Balloon Ride for 2 $495 4. WTCA 1 month advertising package $460 5. Adams Remco Lexmark Copier $3000+ 6. Coffee Table – Bill Stapen (minimum bid $200) 7. Toshiba Tablet 8. Silverhawks Suite August 26th 24 tickets &...
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City Board Ratifies Contract with Haskins for Storm Sewer Project

July 29, 2014

Members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety ratified the bid which was awarded to Haskins Underground of Plymouth for the Beerenbrook and West Jefferson Streets storm sewer project Monday night. Haskins was the lowest bidder of the six received and opened at the July 14th meeting. At that meeting the board...
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Plymouth Paramedics to Provide Service to Notre Dame Football team practice at CMA

July 29, 2014
Plymouth Paramedics to Provide Service to Notre Dame Football team practice at CMA

Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller asked the Board of Public Works and Safety for approval of a travel and training request to allow John Grolich to attend the Indiana Emergency Services Conference in Indianapolis for four days in August. Cost to the city was estimated to be $462 including lodging and mileage which is...
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Blueberry Festival Looks at Utilities in Argos

July 29, 2014
Blueberry Festival Looks at Utilities in Argos

Although negotiations for space the 2015 Marshall County Blueberry Festival won’t even begin until after this year’s festival has come and gone, steps towards long-planning continue. The 2014 festival will mark 48 years of holding the Labor Day weekend festival in Plymouth. Representatives from the Blueberry Festival Board have reportedly looked at several alternative...
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City Council Approves 2% increase for 2015 Salary Ordinance

July 29, 2014
City Council Approves 2% increase for 2015 Salary Ordinance

Monday night the Plymouth Common Council approved on second and third reading the 2015 ordinance fixing salaries of elected officials, appointed officers, employees and fire and police personnel. The ordinance represents a two-percent salary increase for next year for all salary and hourly positions. The elected officials salaries will be Mayor at $56,957.76 while...
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Items Taken from 6th Road Barn

July 29, 2014
Items Taken from 6th Road Barn

Officer Phil Beam with the Marshall County Police Department investigated a theft from a property on 6th Road this week. Officer Beam responded to 14187 6th Road, the home of Jeff Baney. Sometime between 11 p.m. on Friday, July 25th and noon on Saturday, July 26th someone entered the unlocked barn and removed approximately...
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Pride of Plymouth Nelson’s Fundraiser

July 29, 2014
Pride of Plymouth Nelson’s Fundraiser

The Pride of Plymouth Marching Band will host a Nelson’s Golden Glow fundraising lunch this Saturday, August 2nd. Band members and volunteers will be selling chicken and pork dinners from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. in front of Collins Real Estate on Michigan Street across from Centennial Park. Costs for the Pride of Plymouth...
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Boys & Girls Club Presentation at Plymouth Lions Club

July 29, 2014
Boys & Girls Club Presentation at Plymouth Lions Club

Andrea Schoof, program director of the Boys & Girls Club of Marshall County gave an interesting presentation at the last meeting of the Plymouth Lions Club. She explained the many different aspects and projects they offer and one interesting highlight was the SeaPerch which is an underwater robotics program for students that teaches basic...
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Walorski Signs VA Conference Committee Bipartisan Legislation

July 29, 2014
Walorski Signs VA Conference Committee Bipartisan Legislation

Republican Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02), a member of the House and Senate Veterans’ Affairs Conference Committee, Monday night signed bipartisan legislation to reform the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and overhaul the mismanagement that jeopardized the health of veterans across the country. The bill now heads to both the full House and Senate for...
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