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NIPSCO Open House for High Power Transmission Line Well Attended

July 17, 2013
NIPSCO Open House for High Power Transmission Line Well Attended

  07/18/13 A couple hundred people attended the NIPSCO open house for the construction of a 100 mile electric transmission line from Reynolds to Burr Oak and from Burr Oak to Topeka.    The informal open house had several stations which visitors could visit and speak with representatives from NIPSCO about the various aspects...
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Fire Dept. Respondes to Electrical Issue at 909 N. Center

July 17, 2013
Fire Dept. Respondes to Electrical Issue at 909 N. Center

  07/18/13 The Plymouth Fire Department responded to a 9-1-1 call of smoke coming from the wall plugs in a home in the 900 block of North Walnut Street Tuesday afternoon.   Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller said it was an issue with the electrical wiring in the home.  Apparently the wiring in the...
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Indiana Honors Marshall County Business as a ‘Company to Watch’

July 17, 2013
Indiana Honors Marshall County Business as a ‘Company to Watch’

  07/18/13 A company from Marshall County has earned a place in Indiana’s sixth annual field of ‘Companies to Watch.’ The local company to be honored is Plymouth-based Kessler Crane, Inc., a manufacturer and retailer of camera support and motion control products for the film industry. “The entrepreneurial spirit soars in this year’s class...
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Jeep Stolen from Driveway

July 17, 2013
Jeep Stolen from Driveway

  07/18/13  On Monday, July 15th the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a report from a victim in the 19,000 block of Michigan Road of a stolen vehicle.  It was advised that Sunday during the evening hours unknown subjects stole a black, 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee out of the driveway. Anyone with information is...
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Florida Woman Arrested for Theft at Wal-Mart

July 17, 2013
Florida Woman Arrested for Theft at Wal-Mart

    07/18/13   Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman responded to Wal-Mart Monday evening in regards to a female shoplifter.  Arriving at the store, 22 year old, Chantelle M. Rospopo from Florida was taken into custody for theft.  Rospopo was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked in on a theft charge.  Her bond...
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Plymouth Airport Approves Timber Sale

July 17, 2013
Plymouth Airport Approves Timber Sale

  07/18/13 Last week the Plymouth Board of Aviation Commissioners expanded to a 5 member board with the mayoral appointment of Joe Mersch.  Mayor Mark Senter commented that there has been an issue recently with having a quorum and state statue does allow for a fifth member.  Mersch owns the storage building near the...
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Weidner School of Inquire at PHS has Co-Directors

July 17, 2013
Weidner School of Inquire at PHS has Co-Directors

  07/18/13 It’s hard to imagine increasing the enrollment of your school by 100 percent, but the Weidner School of Inquiry (WSOI) Co-directors Michael Delp and Jennifer Felke are up for the challenge. Both Delp and Felke taught in the first year of the Weidner School and were named co-directors for the 2013-2014 school...
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Plymouth Library Looking for Recipes for Centennial Cookbook

July 17, 2013
Plymouth Library Looking for Recipes for Centennial Cookbook

  07/18/13 The Plymouth Public Library is calling all cooks! The deadline is fast approaching, so get your old-time family recipes in to the Plymouth Public Library now! All recipes appearing in our Centennial Commemorative Cookbook must be received by August 1st to be included. You can fill out forms at the library or...
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Senior Day at the M.C. 4-H Fair

July 17, 2013
Senior Day at the M.C. 4-H Fair

  07/18/13  The Marshall County 4-H Fair is full of fun and excitement for the entire family to enjoy on Thursday.  To kick things off at 8:00 a.m. the 4-H Dairy Show will be held in the arena and then over in the Open Class Building from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. will be...
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HOOSIERS SHOULD LIMIT EXPOSURE TO SUMMER HEAT

July 17, 2013
HOOSIERS SHOULD LIMIT EXPOSURE TO SUMMER HEAT

    07/18/13  High temperatures and humidity have returned to Indiana. The Indiana Department of Homeland Security and EMS professionals remind Hoosiers to be cautious outside and try to limit exposure to the heat.  According to the National Weather Service, heat causes more deaths in the United States per year than floods, lightning, tornadoes...
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