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Drainage Board Approves Letter of Support for Soil & Water Grant

July 22, 2015
Drainage Board Approves Letter of Support for Soil & Water Grant

The Marshall County Soil and Water Conservation District is in the process of preparing a Regional Wetland Program Development Grant.  During Monday’s Drainage Board meeting members considered writing a letter of support for the grant. In a letter to the drainage board Tyson Edwards, Chairman of the Marshall County Soil and Water Conservation District...
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Plymouth Redevelopment Commission Updated on Brick Replacement Project

July 22, 2015
Plymouth Redevelopment Commission Updated on Brick Replacement Project

Tuesday evening, architect Brent Martin defined the downtown brick paver project with members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission.  Last week Mayor Senter, City Attorney Sean Surrisi and Martin meet to determine the scope of the brick project. The primary park of the project is to replace the bricks set in mortar on the east...
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Coca Cola Family Fun Day at River Park Square this Saturday

July 21, 2015
Coca Cola Family Fun Day at River Park Square this Saturday

This Saturday evening the Plymouth Park Department and Coca Cola will host the annual Family Day in the park.  4Come celebrate summer with your family and friends at River Park Square from 5 to 8 p.m. Coca Cola Family Day is a FREE event with hot dogs, popcorn, and Coke products. Bring the kids...
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Applications being Accepted for State Police Radio Dispatcher in Bristol

July 21, 2015
Applications being Accepted for State Police Radio Dispatcher in Bristol

The Indiana State Police is accepting applications for a civilian Regional Dispatcher position at its dispatch center located at the Toll Road Post in Bristol. To qualify, the applicant must be a high school graduate or possess the equivalent GED and be able to successfully pass written and typing tests of at least 30...
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Leadership Marshall County Accepting Applications for Class XXI

July 21, 2015
Leadership Marshall County Accepting Applications for Class XXI

Leadership Marshall County organizers are accepting applications for Class XXI (Twenty-One). Leadership Marshall County (LMC) is a program dedicated to cultivating today’s leaders to serve tomorrow’s community by building a solid foundation of informed, action-oriented employees and citizens. Participants gain valuable exposure to community leaders, programs and service initiatives. Involvement in group projects encourages...
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Weekend Arrests in Bremen

July 21, 2015
Weekend Arrests in Bremen

On Friday, July 17, at 9:14 p.m. Bremen Police Officer Stouder made a traffic stop in the 100 block of North Center Street in Bremen.  During the investigation the operator gave the officer a false identification card and was discovered to be operating while never receiving an operator’s license. Moises Quintana, 42 of Bremen was...
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Town of Culver to Conduct Work Session for 2016 Budgets

July 21, 2015
Town of Culver to Conduct Work Session for 2016 Budgets

The Culver Town Council will conduct a work session to review the budgets for 2016 this week. On Thursday at 2 p.m. the council will review budgets for EMS, Fire and the Park Department.  They will also consider budget requests from Marshall County Economic Development Corporation, the Culver Boys and Girls Club, Culver and...
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See the 410 Non-Wing Sprints in Action This Saturday

July 21, 2015
See the 410 Non-Wing Sprints in Action This Saturday

The season at Plymouth Speedway is soon drawing to a close.  With only four regular season race nights left, this Saturday night will be the last chance to see the 410 Non-Wing Sprints action within the season scope. The drivers of the MTS 410 Non-Wing Sprints have been around the Playground of Power once already this...
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Museum Offers Intor to Research

July 21, 2015
Museum Offers Intor to Research

The Marshall County Historical Society in downtown Plymouth will be offering an introduction to the Research Library at the museum.   This is a crash course in what the archives hold for researchers or anyone interested in researching Marshall County history or genealogy. There is no charge and no registration necessary for the session.  The...
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Over 2,000 Meals Served During Triton’s Summer Food Program

July 21, 2015
Over 2,000 Meals Served During Triton’s Summer Food Program

More than 1,465 free lunches and 803 free breakfasts were served during the summer food program at Triton Elementary School during the month of June. During one of the lunches in the school cafeteria,  Triton students, Tony King, Brody Evans, and Lyda Scarberry (pictured) entertained the attendees with some of their own music.
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