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IMPA and the Town of Argos Work toward the Development of a Solar Park

March 3, 2015
IMPA and the Town of Argos Work toward the Development of a Solar Park

The Town of Argos and its wholesale electric power provider, the Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA), are in preliminary discussions to develop a solar park in the community. The IMPA Argos Solar Park, which IMPA will own and operate, is expected to generate slightly less than 750 kilowatts (kW) of electricity on approximately seven...
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Theft from Home in Bourbon

March 3, 2015
Theft from Home in Bourbon

Bourbon Police are investigating a residential entry in the 200 block of North Harris Street. Sometime between February 23rd and March 1st someone entered a home in the 200 block of North Harris Street and took three containers of change totaling about $400. This case is still under investigation and anyone with information is...
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Himes Arrested for OWI, Burger Arrested for Domestic Battery

March 3, 2015
Himes Arrested for OWI, Burger Arrested for Domestic Battery

A Plymouth man involved in a slide-off accident Sunday morning about 3:30 landed in the county jail. Officer Paul Stamper was dispatched to State Road 17 and Village Place in reference to a slide-off.  He located the vehicle and driver, 47 year old James L. Himes Jr.   During the investigation it was determined that...
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Reames Arrested by Bourbon Police on Parole Warrant

March 3, 2015
Reames Arrested by Bourbon Police on Parole Warrant

On Saturday evening February 28th at 6:55 Bourbon Police Officer Mathew Haskins observed Jeffery Reames outside of 304 South Washington Street in Bourbon. The officer had knowledge of a parole warrant for Mr. Reames and when he attempted to make contact at the residence Reames ran to the back of the house and refused...
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Commissioners Approve Zoning Ordinance Amendment on 1st Reading

March 3, 2015
Commissioners Approve Zoning Ordinance Amendment on 1st Reading

The Marshall County Commissioners held a public hearing Monday morningon an amendment to the zoning ordinance to create a Commercial Overlay District. Overlay zoning is a regulatory tool that creates a special zoning district, placed over an existing zoning district which identifies special provisions in addition to those in the underlying base zone. Regulations...
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Younger Artists Work on Display Heartland Artist Gallery is proud to celebrate a national initiative ‘Youth Art Month’ in March.

March 3, 2015
Younger Artists Work on Display Heartland Artist Gallery is proud to celebrate a national initiative ‘Youth Art Month’ in March.

The Heartland Artist Gallery has been working with schools in the Plymouth Community School Corporation for years to show our younger generation’s artwork!  Elementary Art from grades kindergarten through 6th grade will be on display at the Gallery March 3rd through March 20th. There are many different art mediums shown: printmaking, 3D, tunnel books,...
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Ancilla College Book Fair March 11th

March 3, 2015
Ancilla College Book Fair March 11th

Ancilla College announces that it will host Books and More for Less Book Fair on Wednesday, March 11 from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm.  The Book Fair will be located at Ancilla College in the hallway outside the Business Office. Take this opportunity to purchase unique books and gifts at 40-70% off of retail...
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Plymouth Library Announces Candy Guessing Winners

March 3, 2015
Plymouth Library Announces Candy Guessing Winners

The Plymouth Public Library is pleased to announce the winners of the CANDY GUESSING CONTEST.  The Children’s Room ran the contest from February 1st through February 14th.  The exact number of candies in the jar was 443.  The First Prize Winner was Daniel Beers and he guessed 438 candies.  He received the container filled...
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Gov. Pence Directs Flags to be Flown at Half-staff in Indiana

March 3, 2015
Gov. Pence Directs Flags to be Flown at Half-staff in Indiana

Indianapolis – Governor Mike Pence is directing flags at state facilities statewide to be flown at half-staff in honor of Father Theodore Hesburgh, whose leadership, wisdom and vision on matters of human and civil rights, education, and diplomacy helped to better this nation and our world. Flags should be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on the day...
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Marshall County Lowers Travel Advisory

March 3, 2015
Marshall County Lowers Travel Advisory

The Marshall County Commissioners have lowered the travel advisory.  The “Watch” level travel advisory has been lowered back to an “Advisory” level although icy patches may still cause problems. Temperatures have warmed, but some secondary roads may still be slick in spots. Be mindful of potential icy patches, reduce your speed, and leave plenty...
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