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Lower Winter Heating Bills Expected for NIPSCO Customers

October 6, 2015
Lower Winter Heating Bills Expected for NIPSCO Customers

On Tuesday NIPSCO announced its forecast for home heating bills this upcoming winter heating season. Based on current market projections and assuming normal winter weather year-over-year, bills for natural gas residential customers are estimated to be 30 percent lower compared to last winter. Over the course of the upcoming five-month winter heating season – Nov....
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John Eugene Schmidt – 75 – from Plymouth

October 6, 2015
John Eugene Schmidt – 75 – from Plymouth

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Koops Hired as Park Recreation Director

October 6, 2015
Koops Hired as Park Recreation Director

Monday evening Plymouth Park Superintendent Mike Hite introduced Morgan Koops as the new Recreation Director.  She replaces Scott Michel who resigned in August to teach at the Weidner School of Inquire in Plymouth High School. Morgan is no stranger to the park, she’s been a lifeguard and head lifeguard at the public pool throughout...
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Marshall County to Step Forward with Prevent Child Abuse Prevention Council

October 5, 2015
Marshall County to Step Forward with Prevent Child Abuse Prevention Council

More than 30 individuals from all walks of life attended the informational meeting of Prevent Child Abuse Indiana at the Plymouth Public Library Monday afternoon. Mary Armstrong Smith, Director of Prevent Child Abuse Indiana was on hand to give a brief history of the prevention movement and an explanation of the program that is...
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Plymouth School Board Meeting Tuesday Evening

October 5, 2015
Plymouth School Board Meeting Tuesday Evening

The Plymouth School Board met for a regularly scheduled meeting on July 7 following an executive session. Among other agenda items, the Board granted permission for administrate to apply for grants. Each year , Superintendent Daniel Tyree outlines typical grants that include Title I, Title Ii, and   Title III; Special Education, Non-English Speaking, Migrant...
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Whiting Mother Arrested on Multiple Charges

October 5, 2015
Whiting Mother Arrested on Multiple Charges

On Friday, October 2, at approximately 10:00 p.m. an officer with the Marshall County Police Department initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for a moving violation on US 30 in the area of Rose Road.   During the traffic stop it was believed that the driver, 34 year old April Hogle, of Whiting...
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Wabash Pair Arrested for Heroin and Controlled Substances

October 5, 2015
Wabash Pair Arrested for Heroin and Controlled Substances

A traffic stop by county police on Saturday October 3rd resulted in the arrest of two people from Wabash. At approximately 9:35 p.m. an officer with the Marshall County Police Department initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for a violation on US 31 in the area of 11th Road. During the stop it...
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Public Invited to Meet the Candidates at Miller’s Assisted Living

October 5, 2015
Public Invited to Meet the Candidates at Miller’s Assisted Living

Miller’s Assisted Living on Oak Hill Avenue in Plymouth will host a “Meet The Candidates” night on Wednesday, October 7th at 6:30 p.m.  Candidates from both political parties will meet in the facility’s Oak Hill Café.  All municipal candidates will be given the same amount of time to introduce him or herself and to...
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She Won a Mary Kay Pink Cadillac

October 5, 2015
She Won a Mary Kay Pink Cadillac

Cadillac has enjoyed a mutually beneficial partnership with Mary Kay, Inc. since 1969. Founder Mary Kay Ash was a big believer in rewarding top independent sales force members with cars, dream vacations, diamonds and other lavish items she often referred to as “Cinderella gifts.” Among these, the most iconic and sought-after symbol of an...
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October 4th-11th is Fire Prevention Week in Indiana

October 5, 2015
October 4th-11th is Fire Prevention Week in Indiana

Marshall County Emergency Management wants to make sure you are prepared in the event of a Fire.  Installing smoke alarms in every bedroom, outside of each separate sleeping area and on every level of the home including the basement can help to warn those inside of a quickly-spreading fire. This is Fire Prevention Week...
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