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Lights Ready on Round-A-Bout

January 14, 2015
Lights Ready on Round-A-Bout

Marshall County Commissioner Kevin Overmyer said street lights for the round-a-bout on North Michigan Road have been installed.  Six highway commercial lights have been installed around the round-a-bout and one has been placed on the new 7th Road project. Overmyer said they are just waiting on NIPSCO to get the boxes connected.  He anticipates...
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Aviation Board Pushes for Early Start on Runway Improvement Project

January 14, 2015
Aviation Board Pushes for Early Start on Runway Improvement Project

The Plymouth Board of Aviation Commissioners decided at Tuesday’s meeting to urge contractor Phend and Brown to begin the runway project earlier than the company’s suggestion of a May 4th start.  The airport will be closed from the beginning of the project which is scheduled to last for 61 days while the runway is...
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Plymouth Schools Announce Snow Make-up Dates

January 14, 2015
Plymouth Schools Announce Snow Make-up Dates

Due to the three recent snow days, Plymouth Community Schools will be in session the following three days as make-up days: Monday, January 19, Martin Luther King Day, Monday, February 16, Presidents Day and a Virtual Day which will be scheduled later in the school year. More information will be sent home to parents...
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Obando Arrested for Driving Without a License

January 14, 2015
Obando Arrested for Driving Without a License

On Monday, January 12th at 9:19 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Stuart Krynock conducted a traffic stop in the area of Lincoln Highway west of Oak  Drive.   28 year old Jose I. Cazares of Plymouth was discovered operating a vehicle without a license. He was taken into custody and held at the Marshall County...
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NIPSCO Alerts Customers of Bill Payment Scams

January 14, 2015
NIPSCO Alerts Customers of Bill Payment Scams

Most commonly, impersonators claiming to be NIPSCO employees are calling to inform customers of a delinquent bill and requesting that immediate payment be made to avoid being shut off. If customers are unsure about the legitimacy of any e-mail, phone call, program or offer claiming to be affiliated with NIPSCO, please call NIPSCO’s 24-Hour...
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SJRMC Health Insurance Services to Host Free Community Education Session

January 14, 2015
SJRMC Health Insurance Services to Host  Free Community Education Session

Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) Health Insurance Services, LLC will host a free community education session tonight at the Marshall County Council on Aging on Harrison Street in Plymouth.  The session  is about the Affordable Care Act and Health Insurance Marketplace. The session will be held from 5:30-6:30 pm on  January 14. The...
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Fog Delays

January 14, 2015
Fog Delays

Plymouth Schools are on a 2-hour DELAY for Wednesday. St. Michael School 2-hour DELAY Culver Community Schools 2-hour DELAY Faith Baptist Academy 2-hour DELAY Grace Baptist Christian School 2-hour DELAY no AM Kindergarten Triton School Corporation 2-hour DELAY Marshall Starke-NO Transportation  
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Treat & Bottorff Recognized for 44 years on Sheriff’s Merit Board

January 14, 2015
Treat & Bottorff Recognized for 44 years on Sheriff’s Merit Board

After serving 44 years on the Marshall County Sheriff’s Merit Board, Bud Treat and Doctor John Bottorff were recognized for their years of service during last night’s meeting. Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin asked the two to reminisce about their experiences noting that they have been through 7 or 8 sheriffs during their terms....
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Plymouth Common Council Approves Agreements

January 13, 2015
Plymouth Common Council Approves Agreements

Earlier this month the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals was unable to conduct their monthly meeting due to the lack of a quorum. During this week’s Common Council meeting City Attorney Sean Surrisi suggested appointing alternates from the Plan commission to serve when needed on the BZA.  He said state statue allows such to...
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City Council Hears Concerns on Pole-Barn Home

January 13, 2015
City Council Hears Concerns on Pole-Barn Home

Concerns are building in regards to the new home being built on Baker Street that is of pole barn construction. During Monday night’s Common Council meeting Councilman Mike Delp presented his concerns of the home’s construction to members of the Common Council.  Delp said, “My concern is that looks like a pole barn and...
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