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Weekly Bremen Police Activity Report

September 1, 2014
Weekly Bremen Police Activity Report

Bremen Police Chief Matt Hassel released this department’s activity report for the week of August 22nd through the 28th. Last week his officers issued a total of 15 traffic citations and 19 traffic warnings. Bremen Police Officers arrested three people, on the 22nd Bobby B. Lynn of Bremen was arrested for Operating a Vehicle...
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Senator Head, “State Offers Financial Planning Assistance”

September 1, 2014
Senator Head, “State Offers Financial Planning Assistance”

State Senator Randy Head said in a recent news release, “The fiscal strength of Indiana as a whole starts with the financial literacy of individual Hoosiers.” Responsible money management can help you avoid debt, save for retirement and make sensible investments. For that reason, the Office of the Indiana Secretary of State recently launched...
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Plymouth School Board to Meet Tuesday Evening

September 1, 2014
Plymouth School Board to Meet Tuesday Evening

The Plymouth School Board will meet on September 2 at 7:00 for both a regularly scheduled School Board meeting and a Budget Hearing. The first meeting will begin at 7:00 P.M. and followed by the hearing. Among agenda items is the corporation analysis of ISTEP scores and the 2nd reading of new and revised...
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“September is National Preparedness Month”

September 1, 2014
“September is National Preparedness Month”

Marshall County is not immune to emergencies and disasters. The Blizzard and snow events this past winter impacted schools, businesses and families. The tornadoes and severe weather events this past July, damaged trees, homes and left many without power for several days. Installation of conduit caused numerous gas leaks requiring the evacuation of homes...
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US Dept. Education extends IN Waiver on No Child Left Behind Law

September 1, 2014
US Dept. Education extends IN Waiver on No Child Left Behind Law

The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) received the official notice on August 28 that the United States Department of Education has extended a waiver on certain aspects of the Federal No Child Left Behind law. If the waiver had been denied, Indiana could have lost flexibility on how they use $230 million in Title...
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Extension Resources help Homeowners Cope with Tree Damage

September 1, 2014
Extension Resources help Homeowners Cope with Tree Damage

Residential trees have been taking a beating during the recent outbreak of summer storms across Indiana. Homeowners will need to determine if they can take care of the damage themselves or if they will need the help of a professional tree service, says Purdue Extension’s consumer horticulturist. “There are trees with just small limbs...
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Plymouth American Legion Donates to Heminger House and Riley Gear Run

August 29, 2014
Plymouth American Legion Donates to Heminger House and Riley Gear Run

Thursday evening two organizations were benefactors of the generosity of Plymouth American Legion Post 27. Julian Keiser presented a check in the amount of $12,000 to representatives of the Heminger House; executive board member Laura Mann, case manager Dian Fisher and Annie Wojcik executive director. The Heminger House Shelter for Woman and Children service...
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48th Annual M.C. Blueberry Festival Opens at 5

August 28, 2014
48th Annual M.C. Blueberry Festival Opens at 5

The 48th Annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival officially opens at 5 p.m. today with a ceremony on the Jefferson School Stage. All craft and food vendors will be open until 9 while the carnival is open until 10. There’s lots of free entertainment to enjoy every day, and tonight beginning at 5 you can...
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City Approves Memorandum for Brownfield Assessment Coalition

August 28, 2014
City Approves Memorandum for Brownfield Assessment Coalition

On Monday the Plymouth Common Council approved a memorandum of agreement between the City of Plymouth, the Town of Bourbon and Marshall County for the Brownfield Assessment Coalition. Earlier this year the City of Plymouth received preliminary approval of a Brownfield Grant in cooperation with the other two agencies. The grant is in the...
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Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS at Riverside

August 28, 2014

Riverside Intermediate School 5th grade math and science teacher, Crystal Dennie, knows first hand how ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) affects a family. Her mother died only four years ago of the disease. On Thursday, Dennie thanked her fellow teachers and students in the school for raising $700 in just four days for the cause....
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