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Locally Grown Foods Program at Culver-Union Township Public Library

June 8, 2016
Locally Grown Foods Program at Culver-Union Township Public Library

Culver-Union Township Public Library welcomes Master Gardener, Bob Yoder, for a special program on locally grown/raised foods and the sustainable farming movement on Saturday, June 11th at 11:00 AM in the Carnegie Room. The locally grown/sustainable farming movement is growing in all kinds of communities. If you shop at your local farmer’s market or subscribe to...
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Bremen Woman Arrested for Marijuana

June 8, 2016
Bremen Woman Arrested for Marijuana

A Bremen woman was arrested early Sunday morning following a traffic stop by a county police officer for an equipment violation. 22 year old Chelsey Dale Thomas was stopped about 20 minutes after midnight on State Road 17 and Hillcrest Avenue in Plymouth. During the investigation the officer located marijuana. Thomas was booked into...
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61 year old Plymouth Man Arrested of OWI & Possession of Marijuana

June 8, 2016
61 year old Plymouth Man Arrested of OWI & Possession of Marijuana

Saturday evening the Marshall County Dispatch Center received a call of a vehicle that had run off the road at the intersection of Pioneer Drive and Lincoln Highway. On Saturday June 4 2016 at approximately 8:45 and located 61 year old George Leon Dickson of Plymouth. Dickson failed the sobriety testing and was transported...
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June Brown Bag Program at M.C. Museum Friday

June 8, 2016
June Brown Bag Program at M.C. Museum Friday

    Local seasoned vocalists from Stage ll will be presenting a lunchtime show at the Marshall County Museum this Friday, June 10th  from Noon until 1 PM.  Bring a sack lunch to the museum and enjoy vintage tunes entitled, “Musical Memories,” that will warm your heart and take you on a nostalgic trip down memory lane!    The museum...
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Walorski Helps Unveil Anti-Poverty Policy Agenda

June 8, 2016
Walorski Helps Unveil Anti-Poverty Policy Agenda

WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Tuesday joined Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (WI-01) and several of their colleagues to unveil a set of policy proposals aimed at reforming anti-poverty programs and expanding opportunity. They visited House of Help City of Hope in the Anacostia neighborhood of Washington, D.C., where they met with...
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Storm Shelter Program Re-Opened for Application; Funds Provided After Project Complete

June 8, 2016
Storm Shelter Program Re-Opened for Application; Funds Provided After Project Complete

The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) has re-opened a program that will provide financial support to Indiana residents who wish to construct and install a severe weather safe room in their home. Financial assistance will be provided as a rebate, after the construction is complete and bills are paid by the individual. “We...
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Plymouth School Board Approves Agreement with Blueberry Festival for Parking

June 8, 2016
Plymouth School Board Approves Agreement with Blueberry Festival for Parking

  A Long-standing agreement between the Plymouth Schools and Blueberry Festival officials will continue yet another year. The festival held over the Labor Day weekend each year attractants huge crowds. To accommodate parking for those attending the festival, PCSC allows parking in their lots with various school supported groups to handle the parking. The...
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Plymouth BZA Denies Variance for Recycling Operation at 111 North Second Street

June 7, 2016
Plymouth BZA Denies Variance for Recycling Operation at 111 North Second Street

  Tuesday evening the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals unanimously denied the variance of use request of Morris Group and Todd Hess to operate a recycling center at 111 North Second Street. The property is currently zoned R-3 Traditional Residential but has operated as a recycling center in the past. Because the business ceased...
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Police Investigation Reveals Greenway Trail Battery & Robbery Actually happened in Bourbon

June 7, 2016
Police Investigation Reveals Greenway Trail Battery & Robbery Actually happened in Bourbon

  The reported battery and robbery that happened on the Greenway Trail in Plymouth on May 26th was a farce. According the Detective Leo Mangus with the Plymouth Police Department, a through investigation was conducted and revealed that it was not a random assault that occurred but rather, an altercation that actually happened in...
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Bleacher & Press Box at PHS Rockpile Nearing Completion

June 7, 2016
Bleacher & Press Box at PHS Rockpile Nearing Completion

Renovations to the Rockpile Stadium at Plymouth High School continue to move forward over the summer season.   On Tuesday the new press box was hoisted by a crane to its position at the top of the new grandstands. The press box measures 54 feet long and 10 feet wide and features three internal...
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