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“Scratches, Skips & all that Jazz: 78 RPM Record Collecting”

July 30, 2014
“Scratches, Skips & all that Jazz: 78 RPM Record Collecting”

Marshall County Museum welcomes Jack Garrison to the next Brown Bag Lunch Event on Friday, August 8 from 12-1, celebrating the grand reopening of the museum’s Entertainment Room, with his presentation entitled, “Phonographs and Memories; Scratches, Skips and all that Jazz: 78 RPM Record Collecting.” The Indiana University student’s passion for phonographs and vintage...
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Miller’s to host Fundraiser for Freedom Park

July 30, 2014
Miller’s to host Fundraiser for Freedom Park

Miller’s Merry Manor is hosting a Bruce’s “Big Grill” BBQ fundraiser for Freedom Park. The fundraiser is scheduled for this Friday, August 1st from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at Miller’s Merry Manor located at 635 Oakhill Avenue in Plymouth. A meal ticket may be purchased for $8.00 and the meal includes Bruce’s “Big...
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Top National UMP Modified Drivers to Clash at Plymouth Speedway

July 30, 2014
Top National UMP Modified Drivers to Clash at Plymouth Speedway

Two drivers in a tight race in the National UMP Modified Division will go side-by-side in a battle for the points Saturday night at Plymouth Speedway. Jacob Poel currently sits just above Jamie Lomax on the national leaderboard and Poel will go up against Jamie Lomax at Lomax’s home track. Lomax is the leader...
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Cellular Connection to Host 2nd annual Backpack Giveaway

July 30, 2014
Cellular Connection to Host 2nd annual Backpack Giveaway

Residents in Plymouth will benefit from a national backpack giveaway campaign this weekend. The Cellular Connection, the largest Verizon Premium Wireless Retailer in the U.S., in a joint effort with its customers will be donating 100,000 backpacks full of school supplies to children through its School Rocks Backpack Giveaway. Last year, the company donated...
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Donnelly: Infrastructure Projects Will Continue, but Congress Needs to Pass Long-Term Solution

July 30, 2014
Donnelly: Infrastructure Projects Will Continue, but Congress Needs to Pass Long-Term Solution

Washington, D.C. – Tuesday, Senator Joe Donnelly joined 78 of his Senate colleagues from both sides of the aisle to pass legislation that would extend federal highway and transit programs through December 19th, 2014. The Highway and Transportation Funding Act of 2014 allocates additional funds to the Highway Trust Fund and reauthorizes transportation policies...
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“MARSHALL COUNTY BLAZIN’ BBQ & BLUEGRASS, SEPTEMBER 19-20, 2014”

July 30, 2014
“MARSHALL COUNTY BLAZIN’ BBQ & BLUEGRASS, SEPTEMBER 19-20, 2014”

SUMMER IS WINDING DOWN BUT THERE IS STILL PLENTY OF SUMMER LEFT, SO STOP LOOKING AND HEAD TO THE 2ND ANNUAL BLAZIN’ BBQ AND BLUEGRASS COOK OFF CONTEST PRESENTED BY MARSHALL COUNTY TOURISM! FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 19, FROM 5-9PM AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 FROM 10AM-6PM, TEAMS ACROSS THE COUNTRY WILL COMPETE IN A TWO DAY...
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City Board Ratifies Contract with Haskins for Storm Sewer Project

July 29, 2014

Members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety ratified the bid which was awarded to Haskins Underground of Plymouth for the Beerenbrook and West Jefferson Streets storm sewer project Monday night. Haskins was the lowest bidder of the six received and opened at the July 14th meeting. At that meeting the board...
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Plymouth Paramedics to Provide Service to Notre Dame Football team practice at CMA

July 29, 2014
Plymouth Paramedics to Provide Service to Notre Dame Football team practice at CMA

Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller asked the Board of Public Works and Safety for approval of a travel and training request to allow John Grolich to attend the Indiana Emergency Services Conference in Indianapolis for four days in August. Cost to the city was estimated to be $462 including lodging and mileage which is...
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Blueberry Festival Looks at Utilities in Argos

July 29, 2014
Blueberry Festival Looks at Utilities in Argos

Although negotiations for space the 2015 Marshall County Blueberry Festival won’t even begin until after this year’s festival has come and gone, steps towards long-planning continue. The 2014 festival will mark 48 years of holding the Labor Day weekend festival in Plymouth. Representatives from the Blueberry Festival Board have reportedly looked at several alternative...
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City Council Approves 2% increase for 2015 Salary Ordinance

July 29, 2014
City Council Approves 2% increase for 2015 Salary Ordinance

Monday night the Plymouth Common Council approved on second and third reading the 2015 ordinance fixing salaries of elected officials, appointed officers, employees and fire and police personnel. The ordinance represents a two-percent salary increase for next year for all salary and hourly positions. The elected officials salaries will be Mayor at $56,957.76 while...
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