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Public Invited to Learn about Metronet Expansion

August 19, 2013
Public Invited to Learn about Metronet Expansion

   08/20/13 Plans to extend a dark fiber broadband network into Marshall County and the City of Plymouth will be the topic of a public information meeting tonight (August 20th) in Plymouth. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the second floor meeting room of the Marshall County Building. The Marshall County Board of...
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DANGER! CONSTRUCTION ZONE AHEAD!

August 19, 2013
DANGER! CONSTRUCTION ZONE AHEAD!

  08/20/13 Each year lives are lost in construction zone crashes nationwide. Construction zone workers are struck by vehicles passing through the zones and vehicle occupants are killed most often in rear end collisions that occur when traffic begins to slow or stop. This danger has become all too evident most recently in northwestern...
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Potawatomi Gathering of Nations Visited Potawatomi Park

August 19, 2013
Potawatomi Gathering of Nations Visited Potawatomi Park

  08/20/13 During the 19th annual Potawatomi Gathering of the Nations, hosted this year by the Pokagon band, a historic bus tour of regional historic sites was offered.   The bus tour included a stop at Potawatomi Wildlife Park in Marshall County, to tour the post-removal Benack Village.  Mike Zimmerman, Jr., Tribal Historic Preservation...
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Great Weather, New Features help Produce Record Crowd at Indiana State Fair

August 19, 2013
Great Weather, New Features help Produce Record Crowd at Indiana State Fair

  08/20/12 Consistently sunny skies and below normal temperatures coupled with new exhibits and popular promotions helped the Indiana State Fair set a new total attendance record.  The 157th edition of the fair, which wrapped up Sunday, attracted 978,296 people through the gates – 4,394 more visitors than the previous record of 973,902 in...
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Optimism high for this years 2013 Rockies Football

August 19, 2013
Optimism high for this years 2013 Rockies Football

  The 2013 high school football season should be an interesting one if you are a Rockies fan.  After graduating 12 players from last year’s team,  7 starters, including a 2-year starting quarterback and almost an entire offensive line, one might wonder where the optimism is coming from with 10 year Head Coach John...
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City to hold Budget Work Session Monday Evening

August 18, 2013
City to hold Budget Work Session Monday Evening

  08/19/13 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter will present his 2014 Budget to members of the City Council during a special Budget Work Session Monday evening at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall.  The work session will briefly review each of the departmental budgets for next year.  The Mayor and City Clerk...
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PHS Offers Precision Tool Course Taught by Ivy Tech

August 18, 2013
PHS Offers Precision Tool Course Taught by Ivy Tech

  08/19/13 High school students in Plymouth and surrounding high schools will soon have a higher education option.  Ivy Tech Community College will offer dual credit precision tool manufacturing training courses to Plymouth High School students this fall.  The courses will be offered at a Plymouth Community School Corporation facility and be taught by...
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Drainage Board Meeting Monday at 8:30 a.m.

August 18, 2013
Drainage Board Meeting Monday at 8:30 a.m.

  08/19/13 Members of the Marshall County Drainage Board will meet Monday morning at 8:30 in the second floor meeting room of the County Building.  Agenda for the meeting includes discussion of the Yellow River Watershed Planning Grant and a change order for the Ayers/Miller Ditch to remove additional brush to allow better access...
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Commissioners Meeting Monday Morning

August 18, 2013
Commissioners Meeting Monday Morning

  08/19/13 T 9:30 Monday the Marshall County Commissioners will consider an amendment to the zoning ordinance to amend the fine amount for violations.  With a positive recommendation from the Plan Commission and at the request of the Plan Director the county commissioners will consider deleting the $200 per day fine and replace it...
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Thursday Arrests by Plymouth Police

August 16, 2013
Thursday Arrests by Plymouth Police

  08/19/13   Officer Bob DeLee with the Plymouth Police Department responded to the Marathon Gas Station at 2405 North Michigan Street Thursday after receiving a report of an internal theft by an employee that had occurred between July and August.  The theft of cash initiated an investigation as a review of the video surveillance...
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