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Congresswoman Walorski Holds Staff Office Hours in Marshall County

February 21, 2016
Congresswoman Walorski Holds Staff Office Hours in Marshall County

Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) reminded constituents that a member of her staff will be holding office hours to assist constituents with casework and official business. On Tuesday February 23rd office hours will be held in the Council Chambers of the Plymouth City Hall from 9 to 11 a.m. and then at the Argos Town...
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Plymouth Schools Orchestra Honors Recital

February 21, 2016
Plymouth Schools Orchestra Honors Recital

The First United Methodist Church will be hosting the first annual Orchestra Honors Recital for both the Plymouth High School Orchestra and the Lincoln Junior High School Orchestra in church sanctuary on Monday, February 22 at 7pm. The church is located at 400 N. Michigan Street in Plymouth and everyone is welcome to attend! This...
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AGREEMENT REACHED IN NIPSCO’S PROPOSAL TO MODIFY ELECTRIC RATES

February 20, 2016
AGREEMENT REACHED IN NIPSCO’S PROPOSAL TO MODIFY ELECTRIC RATES

Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) electric customers will see a lower rate increase than originally proposed in the company’s pending rate case under terms of a collaborative agreement reached by NIPSCO, the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor (OUCC), NIPSCO’s industrial customers, the Indiana Municipal Utility Group and the United Steelworkers, with no...
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Commission Selects 15 Finalists for 2nd Interviews

February 19, 2016
Commission Selects 15 Finalists for 2nd Interviews

The Judicial Nominating Commission (JNC) named fifteen finalists for the 109th Supreme Court judicial position. The JNC conducted public interviews of twenty-nine applicants February 17-19. The following applicants will be invited to second interviews with the JNC in March: Hon. James R. Ahler Hon. Vicki L. Carmichael Hon. Paul R. Cherry Hon. Darrin M. Dolehanty...
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High Winds Keep Plymouth Fire Busy

February 19, 2016
High Winds Keep Plymouth Fire Busy

The high winds this afternoon have keep the Plymouth Fire Department very busy this Just before 5 p.m. emergency responders were sent to Lincoln Highway east of Plymouth for a power-line down across the road just west of Shady Rest.  The line was live and sparking and burning the grass on the side of...
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EARTHWORKS MARKET’S NEW DIRECTION

February 19, 2016
EARTHWORKS MARKET’S NEW DIRECTION

Earthworks Market has decided to redirect its resources from maintaining a single market to expanding to multiple locations, allowing it to serve more people.  The current market location at 900 W. Jefferson Street in Plymouth will be closing on February 26, 2016.    As Earthworks Market develops more details about its future service, it...
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ISTEP Reform Panel

February 19, 2016
ISTEP Reform Panel

This session, lawmakers at the Statehouse have been working to reform Indiana’s ISTEP testing program. Senate Bill 63 and House Bill 1395would create a panel of education experts and stakeholders charged with finding ways to improve Indiana’s system for measuring K-12 performance. The panel’s findings would be submitted to the State Board of Education for its...
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Robert Stafford Sentenced to 30 Years for Child Molesting

February 19, 2016
Robert Stafford Sentenced to 30 Years for Child Molesting

Robert Lee Stafford, 36, of Argos, was sentenced February 17, 2016 in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to a 30 year sentence for child molesting.  Stafford will be imprisoned at the Indiana Department of Correction pursuant to a plea agreement between Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Tami Napier and defense attorney, Tom Black.  Judge Robert...
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County and City TIF Maps Don’t Match….Change Will be Beneficial to TIF 2

February 18, 2016
County and City TIF Maps Don’t Match….Change Will be Beneficial to TIF 2

Plymouth City Attorney Sean Surrisi told members of the Redevelopment Commission that he was working with the County Auditor’s office last week and found something interesting. While reviewing and comparing all of the city’s TIF records on District 2 it was learned that the county’s map and the city’s map for the TIF district...
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Police Serve Two Early Morning Search Warrants in Plymouth

February 18, 2016
Police Serve Two Early Morning Search Warrants in Plymouth

The Bremen Post Criminal Interdiction Team and Plymouth Police served two drug related search warrants early Thursday morning in Plymouth.  State troopers raided both 610 Randolph Street and 1200 West LaPorte Street shortly before 6:00 a.m.  Both residences are located within 500 feet of Plymouth School property. Troopers found methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, and marijuana at...
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