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Busy Plymouth Board of Public Works & Safety Meeting

September 12, 2012
Busy Plymouth Board of Public Works & Safety Meeting

  09/13/12 There were quite a few items on the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety meeting this week. Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller recommended approval of the only bid received to re-roof the flat-roof and barrel-roof of the Fire Station.  Morris & Son’s Roofing submitted a bid of $127,536.  Mayor Senter noted...
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Bugg Arrested for Disorderly Conduct & Trespass

September 12, 2012
Bugg Arrested for Disorderly Conduct & Trespass

  09/13/12  On Tuesday, September 11th just after 8:30 AM Plymouth Police Officer Mark Owen responded to the 1000 block of West Washington Street in reference to a disturbance and trespassing. 34 year old Kristopher Bugg of Hawthorn Road in Plymouth was arrested for disorderly conduct and trespassing.  He was transported to the Marshall...
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August Rock of Gold Winner

September 12, 2012
August Rock of Gold Winner

  09/13/12  Gladys Snyder was the August Rock of Gold winner in downtown Plymouth.  She registered to win at Na Rie Simple Pleasures and was presented $200 in chamber bucks. Pictured on the WTCA AM 1050 website is Anna Corbett, Chamber Vice – President and Ambassador Committee Chair. The Rock of Gold is at Yoder’s...
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Triton 3rd Graders use Thematic Units to Learn

September 12, 2012
Triton 3rd Graders use Thematic Units to Learn

  09/13/21 Third grade students at Triton Elementary School are in the middle of an integrated thematic unit involving science, social studies, and health related studies.  The studies are now focusing on rural communities, dairy farming, animal science, and nutrition and health.  The big event, a field trip to Fair Oaks Dairy Farm, will be...
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Earthworks Wine and Cheese Tasting this Sunday

September 12, 2012
Earthworks Wine and Cheese Tasting this Sunday

09/13/12 On Sunday, September 16, from 3-6pm, EDT, Earthworks will hold its annual fall fundraising event – a Wine and Cheese Tasting – on the lakeside lawn at Earthworks, 9815 Union Road in Plymouth.  Guests can taste more than 20 international wines and micro-beers, as well as French, British, and American award-winning cheeses.  New...
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Argos Town Council

September 12, 2012
Argos Town Council

  09/13/12 The Argos Town Council will have a public hearing for the proposed 2013 budget before their October 3rd meeting at 7:15 meeting.  The proposed tax rate for 2013 is 1.9051%.  Town Clerk, Patty Jones, explained the increase over last year’s rate.  After a long absents, there is a tax rate for storm sewers. ...
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Arrests by County Police

September 12, 2012
Arrests by County Police

09/13/12  On Wednesday, August 29th at approximately 7:30 AM Patrolman Jonathan Bryant with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to the 300 Block of Vandalia Street in LaPaz for a theft complaint.  Upon arriving to the scene the victim advised that an unknown subject had entered her vehicle and stole her purse. During the...
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Sept. National Yoga Month

September 12, 2012
Sept. National Yoga Month

  09/13/12 September is National Yoga Month and the Fitness Forum at LifePlex is hosting 100 Minutes of Yoga FREE to the community on Saturday, September 15th from 10 – 11:40 am. Sam Boys one of the Fitness Forum certified Yoga instructors would also be a good person to speak to about the benefits...
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Convenient New License Option for Deer Hunters

September 12, 2012
Convenient New License Option for Deer Hunters

  09/13/12 The last thing deer hunters want to worry about is if they have the right license for the right deer season. The new deer license bundle makes such worries a thing of the past. With it, one license can be used in multiple seasons. The bundle can be used in youth, archery,...
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TENDING TO GROUNDWATER PROTECTS YOUR HEALTH

September 12, 2012
TENDING TO GROUNDWATER PROTECTS YOUR HEALTH

  09/13/12 Protecting Indiana’s groundwater isn’t just the responsibility of private well owners; many public water systems draw all or part of their supply from groundwater. The Indiana State Department of Health encourages Hoosiers to take steps to protect the state’s groundwater today, National Protect Your Groundwater Day. In the United States, 88 million...
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