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Moped Stolen from Garage

July 5, 2012
Moped Stolen from Garage

  07/06/12 On between the hours over night hours of Saturday, June 30th and Sunday, July 1st, Plymouth Police Department received a call from a residence in the 200 block of West Monroe Street stating that a black and grey 49CC Roketa moped had been stolen from the garage of the residence.  Anyone with...
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Low Lake Level Limits CMA’s Moonlight Serenade

July 5, 2012
Low Lake Level Limits CMA’s Moonlight Serenade

  07/06/12 Culver Summer Schools & Camps’ Moonlight Serenade will be held on a single night this weekend because of low lake levels. The traditional serenade by the Culver Summer Naval Band aboard the R.H. Ledbetter – a staple along the Lake Maxinkuckee shores since 1943 – will be Saturday, July 7. The Ledbetter,...
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DONNELLY SUCCESSFULLY ADVOCATES FOR CHANGES TO TRANSPORTATION BILL TO HELP INDIANA

July 5, 2012
DONNELLY SUCCESSFULLY ADVOCATES FOR CHANGES TO TRANSPORTATION BILL TO HELP INDIANA

  07/06/23 Last week, the House of Representatives passed the conference report of the surface transportation bill, commonly referred to as the “Highway Bill.” The final version of the bill included changes to the Senate version that Congressman Joe Donnelly successfully advocated for on behalf of Indiana. “During the negotiations about the highway bill,...
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Baby Blankest Made During Bible Study at Millers

July 5, 2012
Baby Blankest Made During Bible Study at Millers

  07/06/12 Summer Bible Study led by Pastor Ann Marie Kneebone is under way at Miller’s Senior Living Community.  Pastor Ann Marie is the head pastor of The First United Church of Christ in Plymouth and Culver.  Summer Bible Study meets at 10:30 a.m. each Tuesday.  The group discussed ways seniors can still fell...
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Excessive Heat Warning prompts the opening of Cooling Centers in Plymouth, Bremen and Culver

July 5, 2012
Excessive Heat Warning prompts the opening of Cooling Centers in Plymouth, Bremen and Culver

  07/06/12 An Excessive Heat Warning remains in effect for all of Marshall County through Saturday. Temperatures are expected to exceed 100 degrees today and may exceed 105 degrees in some locations on Friday. A combination of heat and humidity will push afternoon heat index values into the 105 to 115 degree range. The...
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Public Hearing July 16 for County Golf Cart Ordinance

July 4, 2012
Public Hearing July 16 for County Golf Cart Ordinance

  07/05/12 Marshall County commissioners will be seeking input from the public on July 16 at 10 a.m., as they consider the issue of allowing golf carts access on county roads. An ordinance to allow golf carts on certain county roads around lakes was passed on first reading in a June meeting, but commissioners...
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Art Teacher Church Moves from Menominee to PHS

July 4, 2012
Art Teacher Church Moves from Menominee to PHS

  07/05/12 Plymouth High School will welcome art teacher Haley Church for the 2012-2013 school year. Church spent the past school year teaching art at the elementary level between Menominee and Washington Elementary Schools.   Menominee Principal Michael Dunn was particularly pleased to have Church in his school last year. Dunn said, “Haley really...
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2 Ft. Wayne Men Arrested for Possession

July 4, 2012
2 Ft. Wayne Men Arrested for Possession

  07/05/12 On Monday, July 2nd at approximately 12:35am, an officer with the Marshall County Police Department conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle on US 30 west of Oak Road.  Through the investigation it was determined that the driver, Justin McAfee 29, of Fort Wayne was in possession of approximately 128 grams of...
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Mayor Senter to Host Blood Drive 7/21/12

July 4, 2012
Mayor Senter to Host Blood Drive 7/21/12

  07/05/12 Mayor Mark Senter will host his second annual Plymouth Farmers’ Market blood drive on Saturday, July 21st from 8 a.m. to noon. The South Bend Medical Foundation is parking a blood drive in the driver’s seat of a brand new 2012 Ford Focus this summer.  Donate blood before August 25th and you...
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Efficient Water Use: State Utility Consumer Advocate Offers Helpful Tips

July 4, 2012
Efficient Water Use: State Utility Consumer Advocate Offers Helpful Tips

  07/05/12 With many utilities encouraging customers to conserve water during the ongoing drought, Indiana consumers may be interested in knowing that there are many easy ways they can reduce water usage and their bills. The Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor’s (OUCC’s) “Reduce Your Water Bill” fact sheet is a free publication offering...
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