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Plymouth Police Reports

June 25, 2012
Plymouth Police Reports

  06/26/12 Last Wednesday afternoon Plymouth Officer Ray West was called to Wal-Mart for a shoplifter.  53 year old Mary Ann Badzmierowksi-Rocco of Knox was arrested for switching price tags on merchandise at the store.  She was booked into the County Jail for Theft with a $1,500 cash bond at 3:05 p.m. and released...
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Commissioners Question State Requirement for GPS Date

June 25, 2012
Commissioners Question State Requirement for GPS Date

   06/26/12 Last week the Marshall County Commissioners passed a resolution adopting Annex G to the Marshall County Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan.  The annex pertains to mass casualties. EMA Director Clyde Avery brought to light a new requirement for the Emergency Management sub grant performance grant for the 50% match of salaries and benefits...
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SBDC Offers FREE Advise to Entreprenuers & Businesses

June 25, 2012
SBDC Offers FREE Advise to Entreprenuers & Businesses

  06/26/12 Individual Small Business Development Center advisement services are offered monthly in Plymouth.  Entrepreneurs, potential entrepreneurs and business owners in Marshall County are encouraged to sign up for one on one business counseling with Alan Steele, Advisor with the North Central Small Business Development Center. The next session will be Tuesday, July 3rd...
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State Police Launch Crash Reduction Enforcement Program;

June 25, 2012
State Police Launch Crash Reduction Enforcement Program;

06/26/12 Reducing traffic fatalities on Indiana’s urban and rural roads has been a consistent objective of the Indiana State Police and until this year success has been achieved with year after year reductions in deaths caused by traffic collisions.  In large part the success has been the result of what is frequently referred to...
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Donnelly: Keep Student Loan Rates Low to Give Hoosiers Tools They Need to Compete

June 25, 2012
Donnelly: Keep Student Loan Rates Low to Give Hoosiers Tools They Need to Compete

  06/26/12 Last week, Joe Donnelly, called for Congress to act immediately to keep student loan interest rates low to give Hoosier workers the tools they need to compete. “Congress needs to act quickly so the more than 260,000 students in Indiana with loans can save an average of nearly $1,000 over the life...
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“End of Life” Consider the Conversation at Miller’s

June 25, 2012
“End of Life” Consider the Conversation at Miller’s

   06/26/12 People on the street are answering the question – “where do you want to be when you are facing the end of your life?”  That is how the DVD “Consider the Conversation” begins.  Next, a cancer stricken, 50-something man is discussing his life as “always knowing what’s next”, until he is faced...
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AVOID GAS LEAKS AND OTHER SAFETY ISSUES BY CALLING 811 BEFORE DIGGING

June 25, 2012
AVOID GAS LEAKS AND OTHER SAFETY ISSUES BY CALLING 811 BEFORE DIGGING

  06/26/12 Last Friday marked the beginning of summer, and outdoor digging and construction projects are in full swing.  To help you stay safe, NIPSCO encourages its customers, businesses and local communities to use the Indiana 811 call-before-you-dig phone number to help locate underground utility lines two days before any digging project begins. This...
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Another Plymouth home on the National Historic Register

June 24, 2012
Another Plymouth home on the National Historic Register

  06/25/12 On the 15th of this month the Hoham-Klinghammer-Weckerle House became the second home in Plymouth to be recognized with the distinction of being listed in the National Park Service’s listing of Historic Places. Many locals have known the place as “The Underground Railroad House” and also as a favorite hangout of the Chicago Gangster John...
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Plymouth Woman Airlifted from Crash on US 31 near Peru

June 23, 2012
Plymouth Woman Airlifted from Crash on US 31 near Peru

   06/25/12 A Plymouth woman was critically injured in a two vehicle accident on US 31 near Peru on Friday afternoon. 22 year old Elizabeth Hoffer was traveling southbound on US 31, south of Business 31 in a 2001 Ford Escape when she failed to slow for a 2001 Volvo semi who had just...
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School Board Decision on Bus Maintenance Delayed

June 23, 2012
School Board Decision on Bus Maintenance Delayed

  06/25/12 Further discussions on the way bus maintenance for the Plymouth School Corporation will be handled in the future will likely not take place until the August meeting of the School Board. Over the last several meetings of the School Board, members were given information and an opportunity to ask questions concerning the...
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