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Christmas Events Sponsored by the Plymouth Park Department

December 8, 2015
Christmas Events Sponsored by the Plymouth Park Department

It’s that wonderful time of the year again!   Centennial Park in Plymouth is decorated for the Christmas season and full of lights. Take the time to drive through and check out all the decorations. Christmas in the Park will be held this Saturday, December 12th at the Conservation Clubhouse from 4:00 p.m. until 6:00...
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Argos Jr. High Recycles Bottle Caps for Bench

December 8, 2015
Argos Jr. High Recycles Bottle Caps for Bench

For the past year and a half, the students of the Argos Junior High School Honor Society have been collecting plastic bottle caps to earn benches to be placed in and around the school. On Wednesday, they achieved that goal. In order to receive a bench, 400 pounds of bottle caps have to be...
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Weekend Arrests by Bremen Police Officers

December 8, 2015
Weekend Arrests by Bremen Police Officers

On Friday, December 4th during a routine traffic stop Layne Manns of Plymouth was arrested by Bremen Police for Operating While Intoxicated on a controlled substance, Possession of Marijuana and Possession of a Controlled Substance.  He was booked into the Marshall County Jail at 8:15 p.m. and held on a $1,500 cash bond. On Sunday,...
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Upcoming Congresswoman Walorski Staff Office Hours

December 8, 2015
Upcoming Congresswoman Walorski Staff Office Hours

Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) reminds constituents that a member of her staff will be holding office hours to assist constituents with casework and official business. On Thursday, December 10th a staff member will be at the Bremen Town Hall conference room from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. Next week on Thursday, December 17th a...
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Longest Night Service at 1st United Methodist Church in Plymouth

December 8, 2015
Longest Night Service at 1st United Methodist Church in Plymouth

Christmas can be a bittersweet time of year.   Despite what the advertisements and greeting cards say, for many people the approaching holidays are not a joyous time.  As families and friends gather, the pain of those lost can be felt more sharply.  Losses of relationships, health, or jobs cloud our minds.  Ironically, for some...
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No Holiday Break from Scams; Beware the IRS Scam & the Bank Credit Card Scam

December 8, 2015
No Holiday Break from Scams; Beware the IRS Scam & the Bank Credit Card Scam

The Indiana State Police have issued a reminder about two scams that are becoming prevalent again during the holiday season; the IRS scam alleging back taxes are owed and threatening immediate arrest if funds are not wired as directed, and the bank credit card scam alleging your credit card has been suspended and asking...
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Park Board Approves Lease for Home in Prices Memorial Park

December 8, 2015
Park Board Approves Lease for Home in Prices Memorial Park

Mayor Mark Senter honored Bob Beiter for his 14 years of service to the city by serving of the Park Board during Monday’s meeting. Reading a proclamation, Senter said, “Robert Beiter has dedicated his life to this community and had demonstrated in many practical ways his deep and genuine love for this city and...
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Commissioners Table Intergovernmental Agreement with City for Planning Services

December 7, 2015
Commissioners Table Intergovernmental Agreement with City for Planning Services

Marshall County Attorney, Jim Clevenger presented an intergovernmental agreement between the City of Plymouth and the County for Planning Services during Monday’s commissioner meeting.  The only change in the agreement is the amount of the yearly payment to the County.  The payment increased by 2% the same increase city employees for next year.  The...
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Senator Head Speaks on Lower ISTEP+ Test Scores Result of Tougher Test

December 7, 2015
Senator Head Speaks on Lower ISTEP+ Test Scores Result of Tougher Test

Low ISTEP+ scores are a result of the new, more difficult test being graded against the same expectations as the old test, State Senator Randy Head, a Republican from Logansport (represents a portion of Marshall County) said Monday. In 2014, Indiana adopted tougher education standards, which came with a more difficult test. Head said...
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Buggy Tax Passes on 3rd Reading by 2-1 vote

December 7, 2015
Buggy Tax Passes on 3rd Reading by 2-1 vote

Marshall County’s buggy ordinance passed on third and final reading Monday morning during the Commissioner’s meeting by a vote of 2 to 1. Commissioner Kurt Garner voted against the ordinance for the second time stating, “I’m still waiting on a 10 year road plan.” The ordinance, which requires the licensing of horse drawn vehicles,...
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