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WALORSKI SUPPORTS PRIVACY RIGHTS FOR AMERICAN CITIZENS

July 25, 2013
WALORSKI SUPPORTS PRIVACY RIGHTS FOR AMERICAN CITIZENS

  07/26/13 As part of the House-passed Department of Defense Appropriations Act (H.R. 2397), Congresswoman Jackie Walorski supported an amendment offered by Congressman Richard Nugent to stand up for the privacy rights of American citizens in light of recent revelations regarding NSA surveillance.  “American citizens must be protected from overreaching government infringement,” said Walorski. ...
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Thursday’s Water Main Flushing Schedule

July 25, 2013
Thursday’s Water Main Flushing Schedule

  07/25/13 City of Plymouth Water Department Distribution System Foreman Eric Keilman announced today’s water main flushing areas. Today they’ll start flushing water mains on Pidco east of Oak Drive to West Harrison Street, then on Flora Street to West Harrison from Pidco, also in this step Patterson Street and Bishop Sheridan Street.  At...
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Shawn E. Brown Sentenced to Ten Years for Manufacturing Methamphetamine and One Year for Resisting Law Enforcement

July 24, 2013
Shawn E. Brown Sentenced to Ten Years for Manufacturing Methamphetamine and One Year for Resisting Law Enforcement

  07/25/13 Shawn E. Brown, 27, of Bremen was sentenced today in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 10 years imprisonment for manufacturing methamphetamine and an additional year of imprisonment for resisting law enforcement. No part of the sentences were suspended, and were ordered to be served concurrently.  Brown admitted that on February 15,...
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Fire Chief Seeks Approval for Ambulance Bids, Remodeling, New Employees

July 24, 2013
Fire Chief Seeks Approval for Ambulance Bids, Remodeling, New Employees

  07/25/13 Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller asked members of the Board of Public Works and Safety for approval to seek quotes to replace one of the three ambulances in the department.  Medic 1 is the red ambulance and is a 2007.  The next ambulance on rotation is known as Medic 2 and is...
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Oliver Ford Supports Pack-A-Backpack

July 24, 2013
Oliver Ford Supports Pack-A-Backpack

  07/25/13 Oliver Ford in Plymouth has jumped on board with the annual Pack-A-Backpack campaign sponsored by Plymouth FOP Lodge 195.  For the past 10 years the FOP has gathered school supplies and then distributed them to the councilors in the various schools around the county.  Last year approximately 600 backpacks were distributed and...
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Heminger House Seeks Heros to Help Support Shelter

July 24, 2013
Heminger House Seeks Heros to Help Support Shelter

  07/25/13 The Heminger House Shelter for Domestic Violence in Plymouth has many heroines behind their service.  Just a week ago, they sadly lost one of their most dedicated volunteers and donors, JoAnn Isban  Isban supported the shelter in every aspect and was always dropping off gifts and practical items for the families.  Many...
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P-Town Car-B-Q Raises $$ for Boys & Girls Club

July 24, 2013
P-Town Car-B-Q Raises $$ for Boys & Girls Club

  07/25/13 The 4th Annual P-Town Car-B-Q at Oliver Ford was held last weekend under some sunny skies. The event included a classic car show, a cornhole competition and the featured event….a bar-b-q cook-off.  The proceeds from the day benefitted the Marshall County Boys and Girls Club.    The event raised $2,205 dollars for...
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FIRST HUMAN CASE OF WEST NILE VIRUS REPORTED FOR 2013 SEASON

July 24, 2013
FIRST HUMAN CASE OF WEST NILE VIRUS REPORTED FOR 2013 SEASON

  07/25/13 The first human case of West Nile virus in Indiana has been reported in Ripley County, State health officials announced today. Hoosiers are encouraged to take steps to protect themselves from West Nile virus and other mosquito-borne diseases. In addition to the human case, mosquito groups in nine counties have now tested positive...
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Coats & Donnely Statements on Student Loan Reform Legislation

July 24, 2013
Coats & Donnely Statements on Student Loan Reform Legislation

  07/25/13 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) Wednesday released the following statement after voting for a bipartisan student loan reform fix: “A long-term fix to student loan interest rates is vitally important for America’s young people,” said Senator Coats. “This bipartisan proposal is market-based and will allow students to take advantage of low interest rates...
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Pathfinder Services Honors Marshall & Starke County Employees for Years of Service

July 24, 2013
Pathfinder Services Honors Marshall & Starke County  Employees for Years of Service

  07/25/13  Pathfinder Services, Inc. presented service awards to their Marshall and Starke County employees at Cristos Restaurant in Plymouth. Employees were recognized by Pathfinder Services President John Niederman. Terri Awald- Community Support Specialist Weekend and Bertha Collins-Residential Manager were both recognized for 15 years of service. Tanya Owens- Residential Night Assistant, Marlene Stacy-...
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