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AG Zoeller: Public asked to comment on efforts to block unwanted calls, scams

December 10, 2014
AG Zoeller: Public asked to comment on efforts to block unwanted calls, scams

New action at the federal level could mean fewer unwanted telemarketing calls to Hoosiers, said Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently announced it would consider recommendations from the attorneys general to allow phone companies to implement call-blocking technologies, which could filter robocalls and other unwanted sales calls. In September,...
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BMV Announces Holiday Hours

December 10, 2014
BMV Announces Holiday Hours

Don Snemis, Commissioner of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV), announced Wednesday that license branches across the state will be closed on Thursday, December 25 and Friday, December 26 in observance of the Christmas holiday. All license branches resume normal business hours on Saturday, December 27. In addition, license branches will be closed...
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Eagles get past Tippy Valley

December 10, 2014

CULVER MILITARY 56, TIPPECANOE VALLEY 51 at Culver TV (51): Alex Thacker 19, Jarred Littlejohn 0, Chandler O’Connor 2, Alec Craig 0, Austin Perdieu 0, Gavin Bussard 20, Neil Clampitt 10. Total: 51. CMA (56) Elijah Miller 20, Ignas Masiulionis 7, Stu Johnston 0, Dylan Powell 6, Jake Young 0, Rayford Dexter El 6,...
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Riverside falls to North Liberty

December 10, 2014

The Rockets A team lost last night to North Liberty 44-41. Leading in scoring was Jake Reichard with 12 points followed by Owen Bockman and Daniel Bacon with 6. The team played better defensively and moved the ball around to make it a close contest. The Rockets are now 6-3 with the next game...
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Memorial to Honor 5 Plymouth Firefighters to be Dedicated on Sunday

December 10, 2014
Memorial to Honor 5 Plymouth Firefighters to be Dedicated on Sunday

In July 1982, five Plymouth firefighters were killed when their fire truck overturned while responding to a call. They were driving a tanker truck to a house fire at Lake Latonka. When they made the turn on State Road 17 near Sycamore Road the water in the truck shifted which caused the truck to...
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Overmyer Presented State Commissioner’s Legislative Service Award

December 10, 2014
Overmyer Presented State Commissioner’s Legislative Service Award

Marshall County Commissioner Kevin Overmyer was recently presented with the State Commissioner’s Legislative Service Award. Overmyer has served the citizens of Marshall County since 1999 as County Commissioner. He served the Indiana Association of County Commissioner as Chairman of the Legislative Committee and the associations’ representative on the Association of Indiana County’s Legislative Committee...
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County Council Makes Appointments, Auditor Suggests Transfer to Rainy Day Fund

December 9, 2014
County Council Makes Appointments, Auditor Suggests Transfer to Rainy Day Fund

During Monday’s County Council meeting several appointments were made including Maria Keller to another year on the local Alcohol Beverage Commission. Kevin Hines was appointed to a four year term on the Lake of the Woods Sewer District Board. The County Council also made an appointment of Barbara Pedon to the Argos Library Board...
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Federal Appeals Court Rules Against Plymouth In Longevity Pay Dispute

December 9, 2014
Federal Appeals Court Rules Against Plymouth In Longevity Pay Dispute

Tuesday, the Chicago-based United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit ruled against the City of Plymouth in a U.S. Military Reserve Officer’s 2012 lawsuit seeking city longevity pay under the federal Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA). The decision reversed the United States District Court for the Northern District of...
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PCSC Plans to Launch a “Girls Who Code” if a Volunteer Instructor Comes Forward

December 9, 2014
PCSC Plans to Launch a “Girls Who Code” if a Volunteer Instructor Comes Forward

Currently The Plymouth Community School Corporation is looking for a volunteer “Girls Who Code” instructor. The club would be for girls in grades 6 through 12, who are possibly interested in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) careers. The club would meet every Wednesday after school from 3:15-pm to 5pm and the girls...
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Carnegie Arrested on Body Attachment

December 9, 2014
Carnegie Arrested on Body Attachment

Monday evening the Plymouth Police department received a phone call from the Starke County Sheriff’s Department in reference to a body attachment warrant for Victor S. Carnegie Jr. who lives at 420 Webster Avenue in Plymouth. City Officer Bridget Hite located Carnegie at the residence and transported him to the Marshall County Jail so...
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