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Bremen Police & Fire Activity Report Oct. 9 – Oct. 15

October 18, 2015
Bremen Police & Fire Activity Report  Oct. 9 – Oct. 15

The weekly Bremen Police Department activity report was released on Friday, October 16th.  The reporting period is for October 9th through the 15th.  Bremen Police Officers issued a total of 69 traffic warnings and 16 traffic citations. The Bremen P.D. responded to two traffic accidents during the reporting period, on October 9th at High...
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Leaf Sweeping Underway in the City of Plymouth

October 18, 2015
Leaf Sweeping Underway in the City of Plymouth

The seasons are changing in Marshall County and the City of Plymouth is already gearing up for leaf season. For the next few weeks, weather permitting, the city will sweep up leaves within the city limits.  Residents are to rake their leaves to the curb only because the leaf machine does not go down...
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County Drainage Board and Commissioners Meeting on Monday

October 18, 2015
County Drainage Board and Commissioners Meeting on Monday

The Marshall County Drainage Board and County Commissioners will meet Monday morning beginning at 8:30 in the morning. The Drainage Board meets at 8:30 in the second floor meeting room of the County Building.  Their agenda includes discussion of a DNR and Army Corp. permit for work on the Yellow River and the request...
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Donate to OQC Stocking Project for the Troops

October 18, 2015
Donate to OQC Stocking Project for the Troops

While most of us are preparing for fall and Halloween, Operation Quiet Comfort is already thinking about Christmas. They are preparing to fill 1,000 stocking for the troops who are being treated in medical facilities and for the staff that care for them.  Each stocking is filled with a beef stick and a granola...
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Ancilla Increased Enrollment

October 16, 2015
Ancilla Increased Enrollment

At a time when most small colleges are losing students and some closing doors, Ancilla College is happy to announce a 21 percent enrollment increase for the 2015-16 school year. With the addition of new academic and athletic programs and building its first residence hall, Ancilla College is seeing an increase in enrollment for...
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Stephanie Scott Bergman – 43 – from West Palm Beach FL formerly of Plymouth

October 16, 2015
Stephanie Scott Bergman – 43 – from West Palm Beach FL formerly of Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Triton Students Package Meals for “Feed My Staring Children”

October 16, 2015
Triton Students Package Meals for “Feed My Staring Children”

Triton Elementary 5th and 6th grade students teamed up with the Triton Varsity Boys Basketball team to pack over 40,000 meals that will feed 95 under-nourished children for an entire year as part of the “Feed My Starving Children” program. Triton School Superintendent, Donna Burroughs said, “Triton School Corporation made a difference in the world...
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PHS Hosts 6th Annual Life Skills Halloween Dance!

October 16, 2015
PHS Hosts 6th Annual Life Skills Halloween Dance!

From 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Friday, students PHS and area schools who are part of the Life Skills classes had a ghostly good time hosting the 6th annual Life Skills Halloween Dance in the multipurpose room at Plymouth High School! Close to 125 students came together to dance away the day in costume....
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Chip Sealing Preserves 1,200 Miles of Highway in 2015

October 16, 2015
Chip Sealing Preserves 1,200 Miles of Highway in 2015

As temperatures begin to drop, Indiana Department of Transportation maintenance crews have completed chip seal projects for 2015, preserving more than 1,200 lane miles of state roads with a surface treatment designed to protect and extend the life of the pavement. During 2015, INDOT employees used more than 86,000 tons of crushed stone and...
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Cold Weather is on its Way….Heating Safety Tips

October 16, 2015
Cold Weather is on its Way….Heating Safety Tips

With a Freeze Watch in effect, and temperatures that are expected to drop into the upper 20’s to lower 30’s from Saturday evening through Sunday morning, a lot of folks will be  looking for ways to stay warm.  For many, that may mean turning on the furnace for the first time or utilizing other...
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