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Community Invited to Dedication of the Rockpile Friday Night at 7

August 19, 2016
Community Invited to Dedication of the Rockpile Friday Night at 7

This Friday night the Plymouth Community School Corporation administration along with the Plymouth High School athletic department invite the community to celebrate a monumental milestone with the staff and students at a special Rockpile dedication ceremony that officially begins at 7:10 p.m. The dedication will take place on the 35-yard line and will be...
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Speed Reduction Approved on Plymouth LaPorte Trail

August 18, 2016
Speed Reduction Approved on Plymouth LaPorte Trail

This week the Marshall County Commissioners approved on first reading of an ordinance amendment reducing the speed on one of the county’s highly traveled roadways. At the request of a concerned citizen the commissioners reduced the speed on Plymouth LaPorte Trail to 45 mph after reviewing the road count.  The most recent report showed...
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City Redevelopment Commission Asked to Add 2 Projects to TIF District # 3

August 18, 2016
City Redevelopment Commission Asked to Add 2 Projects to TIF District # 3

During Tuesday night’s Plymouth Redevelopment Commission meeting, members were asked to put two projects on the list of projects in TIF District number 3 which consists of property along US 30 west of the Rail Road tracks and up and down Pioneer Drive. Chad Barden representing the Aquatics Center and Field-house told commission members,...
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Walorski Statement on Administration Admitting Ransom Payment to Iran

August 18, 2016
Walorski Statement on Administration Admitting Ransom Payment to Iran

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Friday released the following statement after the State Department confirmed the cash payment of $400 million delivered to Iran was contingent on Iran’s release of four Americans illegally imprisoned there: “After repeated denials, the Obama administration has finally confirmed what we already suspected: the $400 million cash payment to Iran,...
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Lake Max Summer History Cruises

August 18, 2016
Lake Max Summer History Cruises

Only a Few dates available for Lake Maxinkuckee summer History Cruise Culver Marina’s history boat cruises take visitors on a unique, “up close and personal” journey through the history of Lake Maxinkuckee and the area with host Jeff Kenney, local historian. A light meal with non-alcoholic beverages will be provided for all on the...
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Past Blueberry Festival Queens Sought

August 18, 2016
Past Blueberry Festival Queens Sought

The Marshall County Blueberry Festival is looking for past queens. As part of the 50th Anniversary Celebration, the festival committee is inviting all former Miss Blueberry Queens and their families to this year’s opening ceremonies on Friday, September 2nd at 5 p.m. on the Jefferson School Stage. The festival has planned many special events...
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Severe Weather in Indiana could Lure Home Repair Scammers

August 18, 2016
Severe Weather in Indiana could Lure Home Repair Scammers

Hoosiers were hit hard by storms this week. If your home or property has been damaged, beware of home improvement scammers who may be looking to prey on your situation and swindle you into paying for shoddy, overpriced or unneeded work. Storm chasers are door-to-door home repair scammers who victimize people by urging immediate...
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Marshall Co. EMA requests Flood Damage Reports from County Residents and Businesses

August 18, 2016
Marshall Co. EMA requests Flood Damage Reports from County Residents and Businesses

The Marshall County Emergency Management Agency is asking anyone who suffered flood or storm damage to their residence or business that is located in Marshall County, to please report it EMA Director Clyde Avery by calling 574-936-3740. Avery said, “We are collecting this information in order to see if our county could meet the...
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Congresswoman Walorski Speaks at Republic Breakfast

August 18, 2016
Congresswoman Walorski Speaks at Republic Breakfast

              The Marshall County Republicans welcomed Congresswoman Jackie Walorski to their August breakfast meeting. Walorski, who is running for re-election to represent Indiana’s 2nd Congressional District, has been making appearances throughout the district to educate her constituents. The latest stop on August 18th was well attended by the local Republican officeholders and candidates. Walorski...
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Marshall County Remains Under “Advisory” Travel Advisory

August 18, 2016
Marshall County Remains Under “Advisory” Travel Advisory

“Advisory” Level Travel Advisory will remain in place for today. While the Marshall County Highway Department advises that only two roads remain closed due to flooding, the Advisory Level Travel Advisory will remain in place for Thursday. The two roads closed in Marshall County are 5th Road between hawthorn and Grape and Rose Road...
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