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Become a Recycling Superhero at Plymouth Public Library on November 16

November 12, 2017
Become a Recycling Superhero at Plymouth Public Library on November 16

Recycling can be confusing. What can I throw in my recycle bin? What kind of plastic can I recycle? Where does Marshall County recycling go when it leaves the curb? How do I sign up for recycling service? What are the local ordinances about recycling? The Marshall County Recycle Depot will be on hand...
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2017 TAX BILLS ARE DUE MONDAY, NOV. 13TH

November 12, 2017
2017 TAX BILLS ARE DUE MONDAY, NOV. 13TH

According to Marshall County Treasurer Angie Birchmeier, the 2016 payable 2017 tax bills second installment is due Monday, November 13.  In addition to paying in person or by mail, there are several payment options available to taxpayers.  TCU branches and iAB Financial Bank in Bourbon will collect payments and taxpayers in the Bremen area...
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Eagle Scout Project Creates New Sign at Memorial Forest

November 12, 2017
Eagle Scout Project Creates New Sign at Memorial Forest

Daniel Stauffer’s Eagle Scout project has created a new sign and parking area for the Marshall County Memorial Forest. Stauffer said, “A living monument to those who have served, these 80 acres was the trailblazing first memorial conservation forest planted in Indiana. The new sign tells the story of the beginnings of the Memorial...
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Donnelly Statement on Announcement of a Senate Tax Reform Proposal

November 12, 2017
Donnelly Statement on Announcement of a Senate Tax Reform Proposal

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement on the tax reform proposal announced Thursday by Senate Republicans. Donnelly also met Thursday with the White House Director of the National Economic Council Gary Cohn to discuss his tax reform priorities. Donnelly said, “As I have said, tax reform should create jobs, protect jobs, invest...
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Earthworks to host Fun in the Wild: Searching for Wildlife in Winter

November 12, 2017
Earthworks to host Fun in the Wild: Searching for Wildlife in Winter

Wondering how to occupy your children during the upcoming holiday break? Earthworks has a creative solution. Reserve a spot now in Fun in the Wild: Searching for Wildlife in Winter. From Tuesday, January 2 through Friday, January 5, 2018, students ages 6-10 will explore the natural world through art, music, and intergenerational activities to...
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South Bend Man Arrested following High Speed Pursuit

November 12, 2017
South Bend Man Arrested following High Speed Pursuit

Plymouth Police were involved in a pursuit Thursday evening that ended with a South Bend man being arrested on multiple charges. About 10:45 Office Emenhiser observed a red passenger car with an equipment violation. While attempting to conduct a traffic stop the vehicle began to flee. The vehicle accelerated at a high rate of...
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Triton Elementary Students – Feed My Starving Children

November 11, 2017
Triton Elementary Students – Feed My Starving Children

Fifth and sixth grade students and staff from Triton Elementary School prepared meals in Nappanee for the Feed My Starving Children service learning project. The members of the girls’ basketball team at Triton Jr.-Sr, High School also participated and helped chaperone the younger students. The work the students did in their two hour visit...
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Plymouth High School 1st Source Bank Growth Awards September

November 11, 2017
Plymouth High School 1st Source Bank Growth Awards  September

Congratulations to the four September Plymouth High School 1st Source Bank Growth award recipients! Katie Miller, Kevin Hernandez, Ashley Rosas and Manuel Rojas Gomez were all recognized this week during homeroom for the recognized achievements they have each made during the month of September at PHS! Keep up the good work! Kaitlin “Katie” Miller...
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IDHS Encourages All to Prepare for Winter

November 11, 2017
IDHS Encourages All to Prepare for Winter

Department of Homeland Security is encouraging all Hoosiers to become more equipped during Winter Weather Preparedness Week, November 12-18. Here are several tips to be actively involved in Winter Weather Preparedness Week. For your home: ·   Make sure homes are well insulated, including proper weather stripping around all doors and windows. If the home is not...
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GOVERNOR HOLCOMB PROCLAIMS NOVEMBER AS NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN MONTH IN INDIANA

November 11, 2017
GOVERNOR HOLCOMB PROCLAIMS NOVEMBER AS NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN MONTH IN INDIANA

Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb has issued a Proclamation recognizing November, 2017 as Native American Indian Heritage Month in Indiana.  Gov. Holcomb acknowledged the indigenous people of this state in the proclamation by noting the following: WHEREAS, Native American Indians have populated our state and nation for many thousands of years, contributing richly to...
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