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Firefighters Respond to House Fire in Industrial Park

October 13, 2010
Firefighters Respond to House Fire in Industrial Park

10/14/10 Firefighters with the Plymouth Fire Department responded to the corner of Jim Neu and PIDCO Drive about 10 a.m. on Tuesday.   The property at 1927 Jim Neu is listed in the County’s GIS as being owned by Juan Luva. The 9-1-1 call came in as a structure fire with flames showing.  As firefighters...
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Board of Public Works Opens Quotes and Bids

October 13, 2010
Board of Public Works Opens Quotes and Bids

10/14/10 This week the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety opened bids for a new   wastewater sewer televising unit.  Only one bid was received from Brown Equipment Company in Fort Wayne.  The base bid was $84,500 with a couple of options. Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson said he had budgeted $90,000 for the equipment....
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County Officer Carter Investigates Theft of Vehicle and Gaming System

October 13, 2010
County Officer Carter Investigates Theft of Vehicle and Gaming System

10/14/10 On Sunday, October 10th at 9:45 PM Patrolman Bruce Carter responded to 6,719 Union Road after receiving a report that someone had entered the house.  Once inside the suspects stole an X-Box 360 video game console and 4 games. The games that were stolen were Halo Reach, Halo III, Halo ODST and Gears of...
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PHS Spell Bowl Team Scores First Win

October 13, 2010
PHS Spell Bowl Team Scores First Win

10/14/10 The Plymouth High School spell bowl team scored their first win ever at the Northern Lakes Conference invitational held at Northwood.  They won with a score of 72 points.  From word number one a-b-h-o-r-r-e-d to word number ninety p-h-a-r-m-a-c-o-p-o-e-i-a, the PHS team produced a grade A performance.  Good luck at regionals next Monday! The...
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City’s Rainy Day Fund Grows to $4.95 Million

October 13, 2010
City’s Rainy Day Fund Grows to $4.95 Million

10/14/10 City Attorney Nelson Chipman presented a resolution to the Plymouth Common Council requesting a transfer of funds into the City’s Rainy Day Fund.  The transfer was in the amount of $850,000 from the general fund to the rainy day fund. Chipman told the council, “The city is in an enviable position to be...
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Commissioners Extend Burn Ban

October 13, 2010
Commissioners Extend Burn Ban

10/14/10 The Marshall County Emergency Management Agency is alerting residents to a dangerous situation. Due to the ongoing drought conditions and the potential for widespread fire hazard caused by those conditions, the Marshall County Commissioners have extended the current Burn Ban which was put in place on October 6th.  The Commissioners have asked citizens...
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Argos Considers Offering Electric Load Limiters

October 13, 2010
Argos Considers Offering Electric Load Limiters

10/14/10 The Argos Town Council has been considering offering electric load limiters.  This devise would be available to residents who are having difficulties paying the utility bill.  The special meter would limit the amount of electricity to a home.  There would be enough power to run the basic appliances (refrigerator, stove, heat etc.).  If they exceed the limited electric...
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Ethanol Boost Sought by Congressman Donnelly Approved

October 13, 2010
Ethanol Boost Sought by Congressman Donnelly Approved

10/14/10 Congressman Joe Donnelly applauded an announcement made today by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approving of E15 gasoline.  E15 is a blend of gasoline containing 15 percent ethanol, an increase of 50 percent over the previously allowed E10.  Congressman Donnelly has promoted greater ethanol use to create jobs and boost American-made energy. “This...
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NIPSCO PROJECTS WINTER HEATING BILLS TO REMAIN LOW

October 13, 2010
NIPSCO PROJECTS WINTER HEATING BILLS TO REMAIN LOW

10/14/10 Continued low natural gas prices this winter will be welcome news to many Northern Indiana Public Service Company natural gas customers, as the company today announced that winter heating bills are expected to remain well below average bills experienced over the last five years. Over the course of the upcoming winter heating season...
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County Health Department to Offer 2 Additional Walk-in Vacination Clinics

October 12, 2010
County Health Department to Offer 2 Additional Walk-in Vacination Clinics

10/13/10 The Marshall County Health Department will host two additional walk-in vaccination clinics for students in grades 6 through 12 and kindergarten. The walk-in clinics will be held on Wednesday, October 13th and Monday, October 18th from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Health Department at 112 West Jefferson Street. Parents are required...
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