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Houin Joins Easterday in Practice

March 30, 2012
Houin Joins Easterday in Practice

    04/02/12 James Easterday of Easterday and Ummel announced last week that attorney Jeffry Houin will be joining the law firm as an associate on April 1. Easterday said, “Houin will be bringing a lot of experience in real estate and banking law to the firm.” Easterday said he has been seeking an attorney...
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Plymouth School Board Expected to Name New Assistant Superintendent

March 30, 2012
Plymouth School Board Expected to Name New Assistant Superintendent

04/02/12 The Plymouth School Board will hold a regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, April 3 at the Administration Board Room on Berkley Street. The time of the meeting, however, has been changed to 5:00 p.m. Among other items, the board is expected to consider naming an incoming Assistant Superintendent and the Director of Quality...
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Goshen Men Face Charges for Federal and State Wildlife Violations

March 30, 2012
Goshen Men Face Charges for Federal and State Wildlife Violations

   04/02/12 Indiana Conservation Officers received a tip from a concerned citizen implicating three Goshen men of multiple Federal and State wildlife violations.  Christopher Simmons (41), Ronald Simmons (46), and Mark Roberts (41) now face possible charges in both Federal and State Court following an extensive investigation by Conservation Officers. Conservation Officers allege that...
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Coats Statement on U.S. Becoming World Leader in Corporate Taxation

March 30, 2012
Coats Statement on U.S. Becoming World Leader in Corporate Taxation

     04/02/12 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) called for bipartisan, comprehensive tax reform to reduce rates on individuals and businesses as the United States becomes the world leader in corporate taxation. On Sunday, Japan lowered its corporate tax rate by five percent, making the American combined tax rate of 39.2 percent the highest in the...
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County leaders discuss financial impact of disaster

March 29, 2012
County leaders discuss financial impact of disaster

    03/30/12 In the wake of southern Indiana storms that left entire towns decimated earlier this month, Marshall County elected officials are seriously considering how prepared they are for a similar event to occur in the local area. “It’s not if it happens here, it’s when it happens here,” said Clyde Avery, Marshall County...
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National Admin. for Housing & Community Facility Programs Visits CRC

March 29, 2012
National Admin. for Housing & Community Facility Programs Visits CRC

   03/30/12 Ms. Tammye Trevino, the National Administrator for Housing and Community Facilities Programs in the USDA Rural Development was in Plymouth this week to see the Community Resource Center. Ms. Trevino’s purpose was to visit projects and facilities that are funded under the programs she administrates.   The Community Resource Center in Plymouth received...
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Ice Cream Parlor Opens at Mancino’s

March 29, 2012

03/30/12 Mancino’s owner, Tony Gamble, loves the idea of offering pizza and ice cream in the same store. Gamble said he had approached Hershey’s Ice Cream a number of times about having their products available in his restaurant on Miller Drive in Plymouth, but his location is several miles out of their service area....
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Track Practice at Plymouth Speedway Sunday

March 29, 2012
Track Practice at Plymouth Speedway Sunday

  03/30/12 Irish Saunders from Plymouth Speedway is excited to announce an opportunity to enjoy some racing at the track early this year. Saunders said, “With the work day at the track being this Saturday (March 31st) we have had a lot of asphalt drivers wanting some track time.   With the weather being so...
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MCEDC Offers Root Cause Analysis Workshop

March 29, 2012
MCEDC Offers Root Cause Analysis Workshop

       03/30/12 In a partnership with Purdue University Manufacturing Extension, Plymouth Community Schools and Infuse, the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation is presenting a Root Cause Analysis Workshop! Root cause analysis is an essential problem-solving method used to determine the fundamental, underlying reason (or root cause) for a problem.  In this workshop, participants will...
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PHS Speech 2ns in AA Schools & 3rd Overall

March 29, 2012
PHS Speech 2ns in AA Schools & 3rd Overall

   03/30/12 On Saturday, the Plymouth High School Speech Team went up against 100 teams from around the state in the IHSFA (Indiana High School Forensic Association) Tournament held at Fisher’s High School. When all was said and done, PHS Placed 2nd in the AA Schools Division and 3rd place from all of the...
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