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City’s Thursday Trash Moved to Friday for Holiday

November 20, 2012
City’s Thursday Trash Moved to Friday for Holiday

11/21/12 The City of Plymouth’s trash hauler, Allied Waste will not be picking up trash and or recyclables on Thursday due to Thanksgiving.  Residents who have their trash and recycling normally picked up on Thursday will have it collected on Friday instead. Jim Marquardt, City Street Superintendent is advising residents that the city leaf...
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October 2012 Indiana Employment Report

November 20, 2012
October 2012 Indiana Employment Report

  11/21/12 Indiana nearly doubled the national rate of job growth in October, adding 7,700 private sector jobs. This marks the largest monthly gain since May. Private sector employment in the Hoosier state is now at more than 96 percent of the 2007 pre-recession levels. Significant October job gains also resulted in a drop...
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Warrant Served at Probation Department

November 20, 2012
Warrant Served at Probation Department

  11/21/12  On Monday, November 19th at 10:11 AM Officer James Brown with the Plymouth Police Department responded to the Marshall County Probation Department after being notified by the County Dispatch Center that subject in the office had an active warrant.   21 year old Brandon Patrick of Plymouth was at the Probation Office for...
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Bremen Post to Conduct Sobriety Checkpoint

November 20, 2012
Bremen Post to Conduct Sobriety Checkpoint

 11/21/12 Sergeant Ryan Lebo from the Bremen State Police Post has announced that a sobriety checkpoint will be held in St. Joseph County. The checkpoint will start during the evening hours of Friday November 23rd. Motorists are asked to have their driver’s license and vehicle registrations available when entering the checkpoint. This will help...
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WALORSKI ATTENDS 118th SESSION ORGANIZATION DAY IN INDIANAPOLIS

November 20, 2012
WALORSKI ATTENDS 118th SESSION ORGANIZATION DAY IN INDIANAPOLIS

  11/21/12 Congresswoman-Elect Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Tuesday attended the 118th Session Organization Day in Indianapolis with members of the Indiana General Assembly for their first official day.  Joined by other members of the federal delegation, including fellow freshman colleagues Luke Messer and Susan Brooks, Walorski was proud to witness state lawmakers swear their oaths...
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Travel Safely This Thanksgiving Weekend

November 20, 2012
Travel Safely This Thanksgiving Weekend

  11/21/12 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces a road work moratorium beginning Wednesday evening, November 21st until the morning hours of Monday, November 26th to allow drivers to travel safely and efficiently this Thanksgiving weekend. Wherever possible, road restrictions will be removed to ease traffic flow for the influx of holiday drivers....
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Ordination and Installation this Sunday for Pastor Kneebone

November 20, 2012
Ordination and Installation this Sunday for Pastor Kneebone

  11/21/12 First United Church of Christ, Plymouth, and Grace United Church of Christ, Culver, are pleased to announce the Service of Ordination and Installation on Sunday afternoon, November 25th at 3:00 p.m. for Pastor AnnMarie Kneebone.  The celebration will be held at Grace UCC in Culver, 307 North Plymouth Street.  The public is...
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REMARKABLE TEACHABLE MOMENT!

November 20, 2012
REMARKABLE TEACHABLE MOMENT!

  11/21/12Donna Burroughs, Superintendent of the Triton Community School Corporation was excited about the experience students recently had. Triton Elementary sixth grade students had the opportunity to watch a live-video conference on November 15th between International Space Station (ISS) commander Sunita Williams, and flight engineer Kevin Ford who are aboard the International Space Station....
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Miller’s Residents Enjoy Thanksgiving Buffet

November 20, 2012
Miller’s Residents Enjoy Thanksgiving Buffet

  11/21/12 Approximately 150 residents and family members enjoyed a traditional Thanksgiving meal at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Sunday, November 18th.  It has become a tradition at the senior living facility for residents to invite their family members to a Thanksgiving buffet the Sunday before Thanksgiving Day.  Family members are required to make...
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Commissioners Approve New 2-Way Radios for County Highway

November 19, 2012
Commissioners Approve New 2-Way Radios for County Highway

11/20/12 County Highway Superintendent, Neal Haeck presented a new proposal for two-way radios during the commissioner’s meeting Monday.  The original proposal was for $72,841.87 and included an outdoor enclosure at the bottom of the communication tower in the parking lot across the street from the Court House.  Haeck explained that there is space in...
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