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What’s Your Opinion 2-4-14 Deb Griewank

February 4, 2014


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Winter Storm Warning in effect from 1pm today until 4pm on Wed. Feb. 5

February 4, 2014
Winter Storm Warning in effect from 1pm today until 4pm on Wed. Feb. 5

    02/04/14 The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning which goes into effect from 1pm today until 4pm on Wednesday, February 5. Snow will overspread the area this afternoon and evening. Total accumulations by midday Wednesday of 5 – 8 inches are expected. Increasing north winds overnight and into Wednesday...
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NOTICE: Emergency Declaration and Travel Advisory will be in place tomorrow afternoon prior to winter storm

February 3, 2014
NOTICE: Emergency Declaration and Travel Advisory will be in place tomorrow afternoon prior to winter storm

  02/04/14  Based on information from the National Weather Service regarding the potential severity of the impending winter storm, and after consultation with the Marshall County Highway Department Superintendent, the Marshall County Sheriff, and the Marshall County Emergency Management Agency Director, the Marshall County Board of Commissioners will be issuing an emergency declaration on...
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Feasibility Report on Marshall County Landmarks

February 3, 2014
Feasibility Report on Marshall County Landmarks

  02/04/14  Last October Wythougan Valley Preservation Council received funding from Indiana Landmarks for feasibility studies for two important Marshall County landmarks, the Rees Theater and the old Bourbon Gym.  The grant was combined with in-kind contributions from Wythougan, through Kurt West Garner, and with a cash match from the owners of the buildings....
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Museum Quarterly Report Presented at Commissioner’s Meeting

February 3, 2014
Museum Quarterly Report Presented at Commissioner’s Meeting

  02/04/14 Linda Rippy, Executive Director of the Marshall County Museum presented her quarterly report to the County Commissioners Monday morning.  When asked about attendance, Rippy said, “It’s been pretty lack-luster except for weekends.  We thought parent would bring kids when school was out but I don’t think anybody wanted to be out.”  Commissioner...
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Mary Beth Hunter Honored by NLC

February 3, 2014
Mary Beth Hunter Honored by NLC

  02/04/14 The Northern Lakes Conference honored Mary Beth Hunter during the boys’ basketball games Friday evening at the Rock. Mary Beth has been a major part of Plymouth athletics since 1980.  She coached PHS Girls Tennis for 20 years and the Boys Tennis team for 12 years.  Her girls’ team won 8 NLC...
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County Building Inspector Quarterly & Year End Report

February 3, 2014
County Building Inspector Quarterly & Year End Report

02/04/14  Building permits during the fourth quarter of 2013 were down slightly but weather conditions played a part in the reduction according to County Building Commissioner Chuck DeWitt.  A total of 74 building permit applications were received with an estimated construction value of $3,113,246.  The building commissioners also completed a total of 322 inspections...
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Plymouth School Board Meeting Tuesday

February 3, 2014
Plymouth School Board Meeting Tuesday

  02/04/14 The Plymouth School Board will convene on Tuesday, February 4 at 7:00 P.M. in the Administration Board Room on Berkley St. in Plymouth. The meeting is open to the public; however, comments from the audience are limited to agenda items only. Among agenda items listed is a report on security; indemnification policy/resolution;...
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Dr. McPherron Recognized with PHS Service Award

February 3, 2014
Dr. McPherron Recognized with PHS Service Award

  02/04/14 Dr. Tony McPherron, a 1986 graduate of Plymouth High School was honored Friday evening during the boys’ basketball games with the PHS Service Award.  While a student at PHS, Tony played on the football team and was a manager and student trainer for the basketball and baseball teams.  After earning his undergraduate...
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Stopping Unwanted Calls

February 3, 2014
Stopping Unwanted Calls

  02/04/13 As technology advances, telemarketers and scammers have found new ways to reach and potentially victimize Hoosiers. State Senator Randy Head said, “Currently, it is illegal to solicit landlines and cellphones registered on the Do Not Call list, but new technology has allowed solicitors to sidestep the law.” Senate Bill 349 would expand...
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