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PIDCO Annual Meeting, Guild Highlights 2014 Activities

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January 28, 2015
PIDCO Annual Meeting, Guild Highlights 2014 Activities

The Annual Shareholders Meeting of the Plymouth Industrial Development Corporation (PIDCO) was held Tuesday at The Plymouth Country Club. Sarah Guild Smith, PIDCO President highlighted activities in 2014. Platting their 37 acres east of Pioneer Drive and north of Pioneer Seed into three lots was approved and the Indiana Department of Transportation is interested...
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City Building Commissioner Presents 2014 Year End Report

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January 27, 2015
City Building Commissioner Presents 2014 Year End Report

Plymouth Building Commissioner Keith Hammonds recently presented his year end report to members of the Board of Public Works and Safety. There were a total of 182 permits issued in 2014 compared to 241 in 2013.  The estimated construction value of the 2014 permits was $14,291,123 compared to $14,293,809 in 2013. Last year there...
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Work Continues on Bicentennial Celebrations in Marshall County

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January 27, 2015
Work Continues on Bicentennial Celebrations in Marshall County

Members of the Marshall County Bicentennial Committee gathered this week to continue working on a variety of events and projects to celebrate Indiana’s 200th birthday in December of 2016.  Although the state’s birthday is quite a ways off the celebrations will begin early in 2016. Linda Rippy from the Marshall County Museum said they...
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Stevens gets 1000, Lady Pilgrims get win

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January 27, 2015

SOUTH BEND – It was a memorable night as Plymouth’s Lady Pilgrims (14-6) took a 49-34 win over South Bend Clay (5-15) to keep their current five game winning streak alive, but the biggest sotry of the night was the entry of Plymouth senior Hunter Stevens into the Plymouth record books.   A free...
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School Districts Working to Keep Transportation Budgets Out of the Red

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January 27, 2015
School Districts Working to Keep Transportation Budgets Out of the Red

Many urban Indiana school districts are going to great measures to balance their transportation budgets, but Marshall County schools appear to be weathering funding cuts. Schools are attributing decreases in funding to changes in assessed value of property and the overall tax rate that is used to calculate the dollars included in the state’s...
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Bremen Police Activity Report for 1/16 – 1/22/15

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January 27, 2015
Bremen Police Activity Report for 1/16 – 1/22/15

Bremen Police Chief Matt Hassel released the activity report for January 16th through the 22nd. Officers issued a total of 22 traffic warning, 5 traffic citation and 9 ordinance violations. Bremen Officers investigated one property damage accident on January 21st on Miami north of 1st road.  Officers also arrested Angel Washington of South Bend...
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Optimist Club to Host Tri-Star Basketball Contest on Sunday

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January 27, 2015
Optimist Club to Host Tri-Star Basketball Contest on Sunday

The Plymouth Optimist Club will be hosting their annual Tri-Star Basketball Contest on Sunday, February 1st at the Plymouth High School multi-purpose room. Participants should enter through the doors on the north end of the school. Tri-Star, once known as the dribble, pass and shoot contest is an Optimist International sponsored event.  The competition will be scored...
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Senator Head Senate Update

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January 27, 2015
Senator Head Senate Update

In his Senate Update, Senator Randy Head said, “I am working to advance ideas that will improve our state and local communities.”Senator Head is keeping his constituents up to date on some of the legislative proposals he’s authored this session. You can click on the bill numbers below to learn more about some of...
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Donnelly Releases 2014 Annual Report, Videos Highlighting Work on Behalf of Hoosiers

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January 27, 2015
Donnelly Releases 2014 Annual Report, Videos Highlighting Work on Behalf of Hoosiers

Washington, D.C.—Tuesday, U.S. Senator from Indiana, Joe Donnelly released his annual report for 2014.  The nearly 60-page report chronicles Donnelly’s legislative work and bipartisan efforts, travel around Indiana, and efforts on behalf of constituents, in addition to other highlights from his second year as U.S. Senator for Indiana. In addition, Donnelly released six video retrospectives. Donnelly...
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INDIANA WINS APPROVAL OF PLAN TO COVER 350,000 UNINSURED

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January 27, 2015
INDIANA WINS APPROVAL OF PLAN TO COVER 350,000 UNINSURED

INDIANAPOLIS—Governor Mike Pence announced Tuesday that the State has received approval from the federal government to use an updated version of the consumer-driven Healthy Indiana Plan known as HIP 2.0 instead of Medicaid to offer access to quality health care to 350,000 uninsured Hoosiers. The Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) will begin taking...
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