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Street Superintendent Approved to Continue with Sidewalk & Street Projects

July 24, 2012
Street Superintendent Approved to Continue with Sidewalk & Street Projects

  07/25/12 Plymouth’s Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt told the Board of Public Works and Safety that his staff has completed the lists of sidewalk projects ranked at 1E on the ADA Transition Program completed by MACOG.  The sidewalks at these intersections were determined to be the most important ones to be handicap assessable. Marquardt...
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M.C. Musuem Hosts Special Exhibit of Morgan Uceny

July 24, 2012
M.C. Musuem Hosts Special Exhibit of Morgan Uceny

  07/25/12 The Marshall County Museum has a special exhibit dedicated to Morgan Uceny as she goes for the gold at the Olympics. Come view a variety of items ranging from her high school varsity jacket to a pair of her running shoes. Hours are Tuesday – Saturday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m....
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Boyer Appointed at Assistant Principal at Riverside Intermediate School

July 24, 2012
Boyer Appointed at Assistant Principal at Riverside Intermediate School

  07/25/12 Steven Boyer will start the 2012-2013 school year as Assistant Principal of Riverside Intermediate School in Plymouth. Boyer joined the Plymouth Schools in 2006 as a Language Arts teacher at Lincoln Junior High. His appointment was approved unanimously by the Plymouth School board on July 24 by a vote of 4-0. Board...
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City’s Urban Forestry & Flower Committee Members Named

July 24, 2012
City’s Urban Forestry & Flower Committee Members Named

  07/25/12 Monday evening members of the Plymouth Common Council approved two new members to the city’s Urban Forestry and Flower Committee.  The Council approved council member Shawn Grobe and Steve Listenberger. The city ordinance requires the Street Superintendent, Jim Marquardt and Park Superintendent Mike Hite to be on the board as well as...
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Triton’s Performing Arts Department Prepares for 2012-2013 School Year

July 24, 2012
Triton’s Performing Arts Department Prepares for 2012-2013 School Year

  07/25/12 The Triton High School Performing Arts Department is a comprehensive program that involves students in grade 5 thru 12. The music program offers both instrumental and vocal music performing opportunities. The instrumental portion begins with the beginning band where students learn basic fundamentals of musical performance.  The elementary students have the opportunity...
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Mrs. Cain gives Presentation on Bald Eagles in Indiana

July 24, 2012
Mrs. Cain gives Presentation on Bald Eagles in Indiana

  07/25/12 Marcia Caine of Plymouth recently gave an interesting PowerPoint presentation title “Bald Eagles In Indiana” at Miller’s Senior Living Community.  Caine has always been what she refers to as a “back yard birder” but became interested in eagles quite by surprise. Several years ago as she was driving North on 31 just...
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DONNELLY STATEMENT ON OPENING OF EMERGENCY HAYING AND GRAZING OF CRP ACRES FOR ENTIRE STATE

July 24, 2012
DONNELLY STATEMENT ON OPENING OF EMERGENCY HAYING AND GRAZING OF CRP ACRES FOR ENTIRE STATE

  07/25/12 Tuesday, after the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Indiana Farm Service Agency (FSA) announced the release of emergency haying and grazing for all Indiana counties, Congressman Joe Donnelly released the following statement. “The drought has caused Indiana’s fields to suffer, limiting the food options for the livestock that rely on crops...
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Michiana Contracting Awarded Bid for City Project

July 23, 2012
Michiana Contracting Awarded Bid for City Project

  07/24/12 Monday night members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety took the recommendation of Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson and Commonwealth Engineers and awarded the bid for the Headworks Influent Control Project.  Michiana Contracting of Plymouth was the successful low bidder of the project that will maximize the City’s storage at...
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Building Permits up for Second Quarter in City..

July 23, 2012
Building Permits up for Second Quarter in City..

  07/24/12 “A slight increase in the number of building permits and a substantial increase in the value of projects” is what City Building Commission Keith Hammonds told members of the Board of Public Works and Safety. Monday night Hammonds presented his second quarter report.  At total of 77 permits were issued during April,...
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WALORSKI RECEIVES ENDORESMENT FROM INDIANA FARM BUREAU ELECT

July 23, 2012
WALORSKI RECEIVES ENDORESMENT FROM INDIANA FARM BUREAU ELECT

  07/24/12  Republican Congressional Candidate Jackie Walorski (IN-02) announced her recent endorsement from the Indiana Farm Bureau ELECT. “I am honored to receive this important endorsement from Indiana’s farmers,” said Walorski.  “Agriculture is the cornerstone of our state’s economy and supporting our family farms is critical.  At a time when Indiana farmers are suffering...
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