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Huff Arrested by Bremen Police

March 15, 2016

Sunday evening, Bremen Police Officer Schnaible stopped a vehicle on US 6 at Elm Road.  The driver, 30 year old Brian Huff of Goshen was arrested and booked it the Marshall County Jail on charges of Operating While Intoxicate at .15% or more and Operating While Intoxicated Endangering a Person.   He was booked into...
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INDOT Awards 65 Construction Contracts, SR 331 in Marshall County Included

March 15, 2016
INDOT Awards 65 Construction Contracts, SR 331 in Marshall County Included

This week the Indiana Department of Transportation awarded 65 construction contracts worth $117 million. The contracts include 24 bridge and road paving projects, 13 bridge rehabilitation and replacement projects, and maintenance or repairs to an additional 6 bridges. In Marshall County, Niblock Excavating of Bristol was the low bidder on an asphalt resurfacing project...
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SPEECH TEAM SHINES BRIGHT AT STATE COMPETITION

March 15, 2016
SPEECH TEAM SHINES BRIGHT AT STATE COMPETITION

The Plymouth High School Speech Team finished 2nd in the State in class AA competition on Saturday. Facing off against the 90 best teams in the State in all three classes, the only AA team to total more points than PHS was the overall champion regardless of class – Munster. Finalists for PHS included Meghan...
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Bill Assistance Still Available for NIPSCO Customers After Statewide Moratorium Ends on March 15

March 15, 2016
Bill Assistance Still Available for NIPSCO Customers After Statewide Moratorium Ends on March 15

NIPSCO reminds customers that bill payment assistance programs are still available after the state’s winter moratorium ended March 15. “This winter’s combination of mild temperatures and low natural gas prices helped keep bills relatively lower this year,” said Kim Ferrell, NIPSCO’s Business Office and Energy Assistance Manager. “But we know that some of our...
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Hoosiers Encouraged to Get Ready for Spring Floods Flood Safety Awareness Week is March 13-19

March 15, 2016
Hoosiers Encouraged to Get Ready for Spring Floods Flood Safety Awareness Week is March 13-19

While spring brings warmer weather and longer days to Indiana, it also comes with volatile weather that can increase the risk of floods. The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) is asking Hoosiers to take the time during Flood Safety Awareness Week, March 13-19, to plan ahead for potential flooding. There are several steps...
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CMA Advances two Hockey teams to Nationals

March 15, 2016
CMA Advances two Hockey teams to Nationals

The CMA Prep and U16 hockey teams will be heading to the USA Hockey National Championships in San Jose, Calif., March 31-April 4. This will be the U16 team’s first trip to the tournament while Prep will be making its third straight visit. Schedule details on the national tournament have not been finalized by USA...
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Richard “Dick” A. Krull – 76 – lifetime resident of Plymouth

March 15, 2016
Richard “Dick” A. Krull – 76 – lifetime resident of Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Free events for whole family part of Women’s Final Four in Indianapolis beginning April 1

March 15, 2016
Free events for whole family part of Women’s Final Four in Indianapolis beginning April 1

INDIANAPOLIS – The weekend of the Women’s Final Four in Indianapolis will serve as a celebration of the sport of women’s basketball, with the Division I semifinal and championship games on April 3 and April 5, as well as the Division II and III national championship games also played at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on April...
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Fog Delays

March 15, 2016
Fog Delays

The foggy conditions outside have caused some schools to delay the start of school. Plymouth Community Schools & St. Michael  - 2 hour DELAY Bremen Public Schools – 2 hour DELAY Culver Community Schools – 2 hour DELAY Union North United School Coropration – 2 hour DELAY John Glenn School Corporation – 2 hour...
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City Donates $25K to the Blueberry Festival 50th Anniversary Fireworks Display

March 15, 2016
City Donates $25K to the Blueberry Festival 50th Anniversary Fireworks Display

The fireworks display at the 50th Annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival this year will be out-of-this-world thanks to a generous donation from the City of Plymouth. During Monday night’s Common Council meeting Mayor Mark Senter brought the tabled request back to the board for action. Three weeks ago the Blueberry Board of Directors attended...
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