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Deadline to Register to Vote in Municipal Elections is Monday

October 1, 2015
Deadline to Register to Vote in Municipal Elections is Monday

The November Municipal Election is Tuesday November 3rd The deadline to register to vote, or to transfer voter registration, for the 2015 Municipal Election is Monday, October 5th, 2015.  Registration forms must be received in the Clerk’s office by 4:00 p.m.  October 5th, or registration forms mailed to the State of Indiana must be...
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Dine Out for United Way Kicks off this Week at Burger King and Mooney’s

September 30, 2015
Dine Out for United Way Kicks off this Week at Burger King and Mooney’s

Dine Out for United Way 2015 kicks off in Marshall County on Thursday, October 1, at Burger King (2021 N Michigan St) and Mooney’s Ice Cream (309 E Jefferson St) in Plymouth. During the months of October and November, 24 participating restaurants across the county will donate a percentage of sales on selected days...
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Police Chief Gives Thanks for Support

September 30, 2015
Police Chief Gives Thanks for Support

During Monday evening’s Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety meeting Plymouth Police Chief had no police department business to report although he did make a statement to the community. “I do want to say thank-you to everyone, department head, elected officials for all the support last week, especially emergency services.  I never thought...
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City Council Passes Resolutions

September 30, 2015
City Council Passes Resolutions

Monday evening the Plymouth Common Council passed a resolution writing-off delinquent and non-collectible bills for city water, waste water, garbage and storm water customer bills. The total written off was $1,773.54 from 27 different accounts dating back to 2014.   Collection rates for the various departments did range from 99.853% up to 99.975%. Another resolution...
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City Council Approved $12.5 Million Budget and Resolutions

September 30, 2015
City Council Approved $12.5 Million Budget and Resolutions

Monday evening the Plymouth Common Council approved the 2016 budget which has a bottom-line of $12, 549,509.  Net year’s budget has a 2.79 percent increase over this year’s and includes an across the board pay-raise of 2 percent. In other business The City Council approved a resolution to appropriate the $700,000 transfer earlier this...
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Eric Day Shares His Story with Triton Elementary Students

September 30, 2015
Eric Day Shares His Story with Triton Elementary Students

Eric Day, a two time cancer survivor and the author of the book “Stay Positive” joined Triton Elementary School Monday, September 28th, at the annual Trojan PRIDE kickoff. Eric explained to students how he uses and has used PRIDE to spread his “Stay Positive” message. Each student from Triton Elementary School received a “Stay...
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Saint Joseph Health System Hosts Annual NICU Reunion

September 30, 2015
Saint Joseph Health System Hosts Annual NICU Reunion

Saint Joseph Health System Mishawaka Medical Center will host its annual Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) reunion from 11 am-2 pm on Saturday, Oct. 3. Families with children who spent time in the Mishawka Medical Center NICU are invited to join staff for food, games and to reconnect. The reunion will be held in the Education Center,...
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LJH Students Participate in NASA Educational Webcast

September 30, 2015
LJH Students Participate in NASA Educational Webcast

As NASA prepares for humans’ first steps on Mars in the 2030’s, it is important to understand fact versus fiction about living on Mars. On Thursday, October 1, 2015, NASA’s Kennedy Space Center will conduct a Journey to Mars Education Event called “So You Want to Be a Martian.” A curated panel discussion with KSC...
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Walorski Honors Fulton County Pharmacist Harry Webb with ‘Who’s Who in IN-02’

September 30, 2015
Walorski Honors Fulton County Pharmacist Harry Webb with ‘Who’s Who in IN-02’

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Representive Jackie Walorski (IN-02) announced this week’s honoree for her ‘Who’s Who in IN-02’ initiative. During a speech on the House floor, Walorski thanked Fulton County Pharmacist Harry Webb for his dedication to curbing the meth epidemic that has taken Indiana by storm. Harry, along with the Citizens Action Committee, is working to...
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Homecoming at Triton this Friday

September 30, 2015
Homecoming at Triton this Friday

Football Homecoming at Triton Jr. Sr. High School will be celebrated Friday, October 2nd at halftime of the varsity football game vs. North Judson. Students have been celebrating with a special “spirit” week this week.   Homecoming candidates include: Front Row: Kaitlin Bailey, Lily Orsund, Lexie Albright, Brooklyn Bitting, Kayla Kreft, Shayla May, Heather Stichter Back Row:...
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