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Plymouth City Council Approves Cuts of $596,900 from 2020 Budget Requests

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September 10, 2019
Plymouth City Council Approves Cuts of $596,900 from 2020 Budget Requests

A public hearing was held Monday evening during the Plymouth City Council meeting for the Pre-Adoption of the 2020 Budget. Clerk Treasurer Jeanine Xaver addressed the council giving additional information that was asked during the August 19th Budget Work session.  Councilman Jeff Houin had questioned why there was a $40,000 increase in the salaries...
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2020 Distinguished Young Woman of Triton to be named Saturday, September 21

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September 10, 2019
2020 Distinguished Young Woman of Triton to be named Saturday, September 21

The Triton Distinguished Young Woman Board of Directors are proud to introduce the ten young ladies who will vie for $4,900 in college scholarships and the opportunity to represent the community as the 56th Distinguished Young Woman of Triton. Tickets to the scholarship program, to be held on Saturday, September 21, 2019, can be...
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Surf Air Wireless, LLC buys Hyper Wave Technologies

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September 10, 2019
Surf Air Wireless, LLC buys Hyper Wave Technologies

Hyper Wave Technologies was bought by Surf Air Wireless, LLC last week. Hyper Wave has provided residential internet services in Plymouth, Indiana and surrounding area. All residential customers with Hyper Wave have been added to the residential services of Surf Air Wireless with no interruption in service. Surf Air Wireless is a regional provider...
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Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown at Half-Staff

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September 10, 2019
Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown at Half-Staff

 Governor Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags at state facilities across Indiana to be flown at half-staff in honor of Patriot Day. Flags should be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Wednesday, September 11. Governor Holcomb also asks businesses and residents statewide to lower their flags to half-staff in remembrance of the...
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Jack Jordan: Remembering Those We Lost on Sept. 11

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September 10, 2019
Jack Jordan: Remembering Those We Lost on Sept. 11

 Representative Jack Jordan said in a recent release, “This year marks 18 years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks on our country. We have come to acknowledge this anniversary as Patriot Day, and use it as a time to recognize, remember and honor the 2,977 men and women who lost their lives on that tragic...
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Red Cross Urges Blood Donations after Hurricane Dorian Impacts Blood Supply

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September 10, 2019
Red Cross Urges Blood Donations after Hurricane Dorian Impacts Blood Supply

As the American Red Cross works around the clock supporting those impacted by Hurricane Dorian, providing food, shelter and comfort, individuals outside the affected areas are urged to help by giving blood and platelets to ensure patients in the storm’s path and around the country have access to lifesaving blood. People can also help by making a financial...
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IN Attorney General Launches Multistate Investigation into Google’s Business Practices

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September 10, 2019
IN Attorney General Launches Multistate Investigation into Google’s Business Practices

Attorney General Curtis Hill Monday announced a multistate investigation into tech giant Google’s business practices in accordance with state and federal antitrust laws. “Just like individual citizens, corporations must be held accountable for following the law,” Attorney General Hill said.  “In this instance, we must recognize that stifling free and fair competition is an...
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Musical Trip Down Route 66 at Miller’s

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September 10, 2019
Musical Trip Down Route 66 at Miller’s

The Swing Sisters of South Bend, Gabi and Nancy, took their Miller’s audience on a musical trip down Route 66.  The gals programs always build a story around a particular theme and then use songs in the concert that go along with the theme. September’s theme told about the history of Route 66, aka...
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County Council Cuts Over $960,000 from 2020 Budget Requests

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September 9, 2019
County Council Cuts Over $960,000 from 2020 Budget Requests

The Marshall County Council spent just over two hours reviewing the 2020 budget requests and putting their red pencil to several increases. The Council estimated they needed to cut $960,000 from the requests for next year of $14,198,913 to match the estimated revenues for 2020.  When all was said and done the council pared...
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Triton School Board Meeting

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September 9, 2019
Triton School Board Meeting

The Triton School Board heard a short report from the Transportation Director, Laura Baker, during their September 9 meeting. According to Baker, they are in compliance with the new state stop arm/bus law and all routes are door side stops on the state highways. She said rerouting has meant longer route times for some...
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