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Commissioner Discuss Cargill Rezoning

September 4, 2012
Commissioner Discuss Cargill Rezoning

  09/05/12 Monday morning the Marshall County Commissioners again considered the request of Cargill Inc. in LaPaz to rezone 8 properties from T-1 (Town residential) to I-2 (Heavy Industrial).  The company, located at 321 West 1st Road on the northwest side of LaPaz purchased several lots a few years ago and only recently realized...
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Brock Biddle Arrested, Held on $10,000 Bond

September 4, 2012
Brock Biddle Arrested, Held on $10,000 Bond

  09/0512 On July 13th of this year the Plymouth Police Department received a report from a 15 year old female regarding sexual activity that had taken place with a 26 year old male named Brock Biddle of Loon Court in Plymouth.  The incident happened in Plymouth in March of 2012. After further investigation...
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Bremen Man Arrested on Multiple Charges

September 4, 2012
Bremen Man Arrested on Multiple Charges

  09/05/12 Just after 8 P.M.  on Friday August 31st the Bremen Police Department made a traffic stop on 42 year old Shaun Fry of  Rochester for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended driver’s license. During the traffic stop officers thought Mr. Fry appeared to be intoxicated and the Bremen Police Department K-9...
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Master Gardeners a Valuable Resource

September 4, 2012
Master Gardeners a Valuable Resource

  9/05/12 As we deal with invasive insects and plants and unusual weather like the drought this year, Purdue Extension Master Gardeners are a valuable resource in our communities to share gardening information. Purdue Extension Master Gardeners are required to attend 36 hours of training, pass an exam to demonstrate knowledge of material, and...
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Arrests by Officer Hite

September 4, 2012
Arrests by Officer Hite

09/05/12 On Thursday, August 30th at 11:20 PM, Plymouth Police Officer Bridget Hite conducted a traffic stop at Michigan Road and Eastwood Road.  The driver was 30 year old Wilson Moncada- Lobo of Argos. During the routine check of personal information it was found that Mr. Moncada- Lobo had never received a valid driver’s...
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DONNELLY, VISCLOSKY ADVOCATE ON BEHALF OF AMERICAN MINIVAN MANUFACTURER

September 4, 2012
DONNELLY, VISCLOSKY ADVOCATE ON BEHALF OF AMERICAN MINIVAN MANUFACTURER

  09/05/12 Monday, Congressman Joe Donnelly (IN-02) and Congressman Peter J. Visclosky (IN-01) sent a letter to the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) to express support for Vehicle Production Group LLC’s (VPG) request that the administration rescind the “Buy America” waiver for minivans and minivan chassis instituted in June 2010. Under the waiver, FTA funds...
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Miller’s Summer Bible Study Group Makes Blankets for Hospital

September 4, 2012
Miller’s Summer Bible Study Group Makes Blankets for Hospital

  09/05/12 A special Summer Bible Study has come to an end at Miller’s Senior Living Community.  Pastor Ann Marie Kneebone of the Culver and Plymouth United Church of Christ willing led the Bible study during the summer months. While Pastor Ann Marie led the group through the book of Mark, those attending spent...
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Commissioner’s Meeting Monday

September 3, 2012
Commissioner’s Meeting Monday

  09/04/12 The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Monday morning at 8:30 in their second floor meeting room of the County Building.  Their agenda includes the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the county and the Historical Society.  The museum would like to hire a couple of part-time employees and pay for their...
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Union North Superintendent Encourage Idea Sharing for New Way to Help Students Learn

September 3, 2012
Union North Superintendent Encourage Idea Sharing for New Way to Help Students Learn

09/04/12 Administrators and staff of the Union-North United Schools are spending time each day to share ideas and learn new ways to help students learn. Superintendent Mitch Mawhorter said, “We have good people in good spots and it’s really helping.” The enrollment is up to 1,229. According to Mawhorter, that number reflects 12 more   ...
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180 Days of Learning Blog for Plymouth Schools

September 3, 2012
180 Days of Learning Blog for Plymouth Schools

  09/04/12 Educators across the nation are being challenged to teach their students not only the basics of reading , writing and math but to increase scores on standardized testing, provide advanced instruction in academic and vocational areas, and maintain an atmosphere of strong values. The Plymouth Schools are stepping up to the plate...
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