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WDA Seeks Blood Donors

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November 13, 2014
WDA Seeks Blood Donors

Plymouth Washington Discovery Academy Principal, Mr. Andy Hartley cut his tie in half Wednesday during lunch to demonstrate to the first graders that right now they have met close to 50% of their blood drive goal. Their goal is to find at least 100 people willing to donate during the school’s blood drive on...
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Updated 2:30 p.m. County Commissioners Schedule Executive Sessions

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November 13, 2014
Updated 2:30 p.m. County Commissioners Schedule Executive Sessions

The Marshall County Commissioners will convene for three executive sessions next week.   On Monday, November 17th there will be an executive session at 7:30 a.m. for the purpose of interviewing applications for the position of Weights and Measures. They commissioner will also meet Tuesday morning at 7:30 for another interview.  The third executive...
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October Fire Department Activity Report

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November 13, 2014
October Fire Department Activity Report

Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller presented the October departmental activity report during this week’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. There were a total of 162 alarm situations last month. 132 were for emergency medical service incidents and 9 medical assists. Emergency responders from the fire department responded to 5 false alarms and...
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Follow Indiana DNR Law Enforcement Districts online

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November 12, 2014
Follow Indiana DNR Law Enforcement Districts online

Indiana Conservation Officers have increased their communication efforts by creating local news releases and posting them to their district Nixle account. Followers of Nixle can go to www.nixle.com, click settings, then agencies and search for the Indiana DNR Law Enforcement district of their choice (Indiana DNR Law Enforcement District 1, 2, 3…….10) to begin...
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Plymouth Schools Open Another Preschool Classroom

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November 12, 2014
Plymouth Schools Open Another Preschool Classroom

Plymouth Community School Corporation is pleased to announce another preschool classroom opening at Jefferson Elementary School. PCSC recently received Title I approval and has committed to ensuring that our preschoolers between the ages of four and five in Plymouth are offered a FREE early childhood education. Enrollment is being accepted at this time. Please...
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City Approves Revitalization Rebate

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November 12, 2014
City Approves Revitalization Rebate

Members of the Plymouth City Council approved a Commercial Revitalization rebate grant for the First United Methodist Church on North Michigan Street. Tom Atkins, representing the church said there is leaking on the eyebrows on the roof line that is causing damage inside the church and the pipe organ. He said they need to...
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City Council Approprates Funds for Runway Project

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November 12, 2014
City Council Approprates Funds for Runway Project

Monday evening the Plymouth City Council conducted a public hearing to appropriate $2.5 million for the Aviation Fund. There were no public comments. The money represents $2.3 million from a FAA grant and $126,000 from the state and $126,000. The funds appropriated are for the reconstruction of the runway and the runway widening project...
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New Helicopter Business at Airport

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November 12, 2014
New Helicopter Business at Airport

The Plymouth City Board of Aviation Commissioners met Tuesday evening. On the agenda was the opening of bids for construction work to convert part of a hanger into a workshop and equipment storage area. The bids came in over the engineers estimate and the board took them under advisement while examining their budget for...
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Drivers Arrested for OWI

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November 12, 2014
Drivers Arrested for OWI

Plymouth Police arrested a couple of people for drinking and driving. Sunday evening about 5:30 Officer Joe Deisch investigated an intoxicated driver complaint in the 300 block of South Plum Street. 28 year old Jose Cazares-Arce of Plum Street was arrested and booked into the Marshall County Jail for operating while intoxicated. Monday evening...
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Local Committee Works on Bicentennial Celebrations

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November 11, 2014

The Marshall County Bicentennial Committee meeting was held on Monday at the Marshall County Museum. Louise Mason from the Marshall County Community Foundation announced an out-of-cycle round of grants just for projects to celebrate the state’s bicentennial. The foundation has allocated $10,000 for special programming and projects in keeping with the focus and theme...
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