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City Council Considers 2016 Salary Ordinance on 2nd & 3rd Reading

August 9, 2015
City Council Considers 2016 Salary Ordinance on 2nd & 3rd Reading

Members of the Plymouth City Council will consider the 2016 salary ordinance at their meeting on Monday evening.  Mayor Senter has requested a 2% across the board salary increase for employees and elected officials next year. Looking at the Salary ordinance department heads pay includes $81,564.24 for the City Engineer; $53,323.44 Building Commissioner; $86,970.48...
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Warsaw Man Arrested by Bourbon Police for OWI

August 9, 2015
Warsaw Man Arrested by Bourbon Police for OWI

An apparent intoxicated driver was arrested early Saturday morning after striking two trailers at Shell Manufacturing at 502 Old US 30 east of Bourbon. Bourbon Police Officer Matt Geiger was dispatched to Shell Manufacturing just after 5 Saturday morning for a one vehicle accident.  The driver, 21 year old David D. Johnson II of...
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Phone Calls Allegedly from Indiana State Police are “Spoof” Scam Calls

August 9, 2015
Phone Calls Allegedly from Indiana State Police are “Spoof” Scam Calls

The published public phone number of 317-232-8248 for the Indiana State Police General Headquarters in downtown Indianapolis is 317-233-8248.  Late last week the ISP reported to the public the number has been spoofed.  Caller ID spoofing is a service that allows a caller to masquerade as someone else by falsifying the number that appears on the...
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United Way of Marshall County Golf Card Still Available

August 9, 2015
United Way of Marshall County Golf Card Still Available

There are many rounds of golf yet to be played and the United Way Golf Card is a great way to play the links for less. The Give and Golf Card, available for a $50 donation to United Way of Marshall County, entitles a golfer to play one round of golf at all Marshall...
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July Activity Report for the Sheriff’s Department

August 9, 2015
July Activity Report for the Sheriff’s Department

Driving While Intoxicated tops the list of reasons why people were booked into the Marshall County Jail in July.  Following right behind on the “Top Ten” list are Operator Never Licensed, Driving While Suspended, Probation Violations and Marijuana.  The remainder of the “Top Ten” list includes Failure to Appear, Theft, Possession of Controlled Substance,...
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Bremen Police & Fire Report 7/31/15 – 8/6/15

August 9, 2015
Bremen Police & Fire Report 7/31/15 – 8/6/15

Matt Hassel, Chief of the Bremen Police Department released his activity report for July 31 through August 6th. The Bremen Police Department issued a total of 17 traffic warning and 59 traffic citations.  There were no crash reports although officers did make three arrests.  Wendy Hutson of Michigan City was arrested for Driving While...
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MUSIC IN THE PARK: AN EVENING WITH SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY

August 8, 2015
MUSIC IN THE PARK: AN EVENING WITH SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY

Potawatomi Wildlife Park invites you to come and enjoy an evening of FREE music with Sentimental Journey while enjoying free ice cream from Mooney’s Ice Cream Parlor in Plymouth.  The evening activities begin at 6 on August 16th. Sentimental Journeys will play some of your favorite songs while you sit back and enjoy surrounded...
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One Lane Traffic on State Road 23 Near Walkerton

August 8, 2015
One Lane Traffic on State Road 23 Near Walkerton

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is warning drivers of potential delays on the State Road 23 bridge over Yellow Bank Creek, between Shivley Road and Walnut Road, near Walkerton starting Monday, August 17th through the middle of October. Crews will be widening lanes approaching the bridge and performing resurface and rehabilitation work on the bridge....
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Two Day U.S. 20/31 Bypass Lane Closures

August 7, 2015
Two Day U.S. 20/31 Bypass Lane Closures

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces daytime lane closures of the U.S. 20/31 Bypass also known as the St. Joseph Valley Parkway, to repair sensors in the roadway.  This project is weather permitting. On Tuesday, August 11th the eastbound right lane of the U.S. 20/31 Bypass will be closed between the State Road 23 exit and the...
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One to One at Triton

August 7, 2015
One to One at Triton

Fourth graders at Triton Elementary School are excited to have their own laptops for their daily learning activities at school.   Pictured are Ms. Casi Painton’s students at work.
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