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Donnelly Votes Against Amendment to National Defense Authorization Act for 2011

June 2, 2010
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06/02/10 Last Friday, Congressman Joe Donnelly opposed an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2011, H.R. 5136, which would repeal the military’s policy of “don’t ask, don’t tell” in regards to gays and lesbians serving openly in the United States Armed Forces. “I opposed this amendment because I believe the...
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City Police Investigating Possible Email Scam

June 2, 2010
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06/02/10 The Plymouth Police Department is investigating an email scam. On Tuesday, June 1st at 10:49 a.m. an employee of Umbaugh Financial on Dora Lane received an email advising the person that they had been contacted to kill the recipient if they did not pay money. At this time it is believed that this...
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Busy Holiday Weekend for Plymouth Police

June 2, 2010
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06/02/10 It was a busy holiday weekend for the Plymouth Police Department.  On Friday, May 28th Corporal Joe Deisch conducted a traffic stop at Gibson and Roy Street at 3:50 a.m.  As a result of the traffic stop was the arrest of 19 year old John A Popi of West Washington Street.  Popi was...
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Congressman Donnelly – Electric Truck Production

May 10, 2010
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5/10/10 Thursday, Congressman Joe Donnelly released the following statement in regards to Navistar, Inc.’s announcement of the beginning of electric vehicle production in Elkhart County.  Donnelly was unable to attend the open house due to votes scheduled in the U.S. House of Representatives. “This is a perfect example of the private-public partnerships that will...
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WATERFOWL HUNTERS REMINDED TO “WEAR IT”

December 17, 2008

12/17/08 Waterfowl hunters throughout Indiana are being strongly reminded, by Indiana Conservation Officers, that a life jacket will not work unless it is being worn.   “Our “Wear It” campaign to promote life jacket use is not just for the warm weather months” said Michael Crider, Director of the Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement...
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Commissioners Approve Agreement with Umbaugh for Circuit Breaker Analysis

December 16, 2008

12/16/08 The Marshall County Commissioners decided Monday to hire H. J. Umbaugh and Associates to perform an analysis of the potential impact of the Circuit Break Legislation passed earlier this year. Based upon an analysis of a parcel-by-parcel property tax data set obtained through the County and or Department of Local Government Finance (DLGF)...
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Mobile Food Bank for Starke County Residents

December 16, 2008
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12/16/08  The Food Bank of Northern Indiana is sponsoring a mobile food pantry for all residents of Starke County. The pantry will be held Wednesday, December 17 from 10:00 till 1:00pm or until all food is distributed.  The location will be the bus garage behind Oregon Davis High School in Hamlet, Indiana.   Foods to be...
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Koontz & King Awarded Maintenance Projects by Drainage Board

December 16, 2008

12/16/08 Members of the Marshall County Drainage Board awarded bids on two maintenance projects during their meeting Monday morning. The scope of the project on the Robert Martin Ditch includes the cleaning of 3880 feet of the ditch to the original bottom starting approximately 1320 east of Linden Road then up-stream to where the...
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Shop-With-A-Cop Huge Success Despite Economy

December 16, 2008
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12/16/08 Due to the overwhelming generosity of our community, 301 children will be having a brighter Christmas.   Saturday morning, Plymouth FOP Lodge 195 hosted its annual Shop-With-A-Cop event for 106 local families.  The day started with breakfast at the Plymouth High School Cafeteria.  The Plymouth Masons provided the food that was served by members...
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More Photos from Shop-With-A-Cop

December 15, 2008
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Habitat for Humanity has Ground Breaking

October 22, 2007

Habitat For Humanity of Marshall County is ready to start building for the next partner family.  This year’s build will be in Argos at 300 West Walnut Street.  The NEW home owner will be Nicole Calvert. The ground breaking ceremony will take place at 2 PM Sunday on October 28th.   Rev. Bob Vale of the...
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Early morning storms cause power outage

August 23, 2007

Last nights storms which rumbled through around 1:30am left its impact to those NIPSCO customers living in the southern part of Plymouth this morning.   According to NIPSCO officials, a huge tree had fallen around Oak Hill Cemetary on power lines causing the outage.  NIPSCO crews were on the scene this morning try to remove the...
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