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Kayak Launch Discussed for River Park Square

December 17, 2015
Kayak Launch Discussed for River Park Square

The suggestion of adding a kayak launch to River Park Square was presented Tuesday evening at the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission.  Brent Martin and George Schricker both spoke in favor of creating a launch in the new park. This fall both floated down the Yellow River and were thrilled with the trip and the sites...
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WSOI Secret Santa Gifts Benefit Neighborhood Center

December 17, 2015
WSOI Secret Santa Gifts Benefit Neighborhood Center

The staff of the Weidner School Of Inquiry inside Plymouth High School enjoyed a Christmas luncheon along with a Secret Santa gift exchange this week. Staff members made a group decision to buy their Secret Santa gifts that were their favorite childhood toy and then donate the toys collected to the Weidner School Of...
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Senator Head Seeking Applicants for Page Program

December 17, 2015
Senator Head Seeking Applicants for Page Program

Indiana Senator Randy Head is accepting applications for the page program at the state house. Do you know a student who would be interested in a firsthand experience with the Indiana Senate? Local students are invited to the Statehouse to participate in the Senate page program for a day during the legislative session. Students who...
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NIPSCO Electric Customers Can Now Text to Report Electric Outages

December 17, 2015
NIPSCO Electric Customers Can Now Text to Report Electric Outages

No one likes to be in the dark when it comes to a power outage. And, to better enhance communications with their customers NIPSCO is introducing a new way to report an electric outage. NIPSCO electric customers can now text the word “Out” to 444111 to notify the utility of an outage at their...
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Air Force Secretary Visits Grissom Air Reserve Base with Donnelly

December 17, 2015
Air Force Secretary Visits Grissom Air Reserve Base with Donnelly

Grissom Air Reserve Base – Wednesday, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly and Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James visited Grissom Air Reserve Base (ARB) to see its infrastructure firsthand and to meet with the men and women of the 434th Air Refueling Wing (ARW). Donnelly, Secretary James, and Grissom officials discussed the strong value of...
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Blueberry Festival Announces Theme for 50th Festival in 2016

December 17, 2015
Blueberry Festival Announces Theme for 50th Festival in 2016

With 2016 fast approaching, the Marshall County Blueberry Festival would like to announce its 50th Annual Festival theme: “Another Picnic in the Park” In 1966 Marshall County celebrated the Sesquicentennial of Indiana with a “Picnic in the Park”. From that picnic, the Marshall County Blueberry Festival was born.  In 1967 the 1st Annual Festival...
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Council & Commissioners Hear Proposal for Long Term Financial Plan

December 16, 2015
Council & Commissioners Hear Proposal for Long Term Financial Plan

A special joint meeting of the Marshall County Council and Commissioners was held Wednesday morning in the County Building.  The work session was for the purpose of future budget planning and receiving information from Umbaugh & Associates on finance planning. With declining revenues and tax caps have a significant impact on the budget and...
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Bourbon Officer Arrests Plymouth Man for Multiple Charges

December 16, 2015
Bourbon Officer Arrests Plymouth Man for Multiple Charges

Saturday morning about 3:45 Bourbon Police Officer Matt Geiger stopped a passenger car for speeding and driving left of center near the intersection of Lincoln Highway and Elm Road. The driver, Matthew Hisey of Plymouth was found to be drinking and driving.  He failed a field sobriety test and a certified breath test.  During...
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Zone Expands Offerings With New Facility

December 16, 2015
Zone Expands Offerings With New Facility

The Zone Sports Complex of Northern Indiana is extremely proud to announce The Zone has purchased 10.22 acres of land that surrounds the current main facility. The land is located directly east of the current facility and extends eastward to Pioneer Drive and just north of VanVactor Drive (just across the street from the...
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First E-Day for Plymouth Students Went Well

December 16, 2015
First E-Day for Plymouth Students Went Well

The plan that the Plymouth Schools had in place for offering instruction to students when school was cancelled on December 7 seemed to work well. Dense fog conditions that made travel dangerous led to the cancellation. The school corporation had received approval from the state to have an E-Learning day when students had to...
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