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American Containers Continues with Expansion Plans

April 2, 2014
American Containers Continues with Expansion Plans

American Containers, Inc., which has its corporate headquarters and primary manufacturing facility in Plymouth, is moving forward with their expansion plans as initially announced last November. As a part of the expansion, the company is purchasing approximately $3 million in new manufacturing equipment, and constructing a 39,000 sq. ft. building addition.  The addition will...
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‘Mill and fill’ project bids

April 2, 2014
‘Mill and fill’ project bids

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety opened bids for upcoming “mill and fill” projects around the city in the regular meeting this week. The city undertakes yearly projects to repair streets around Plymouth and this year five companies put in bids to do the work. Bids were received by; -E&B...
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County Coroner Investigates 2 Suicides on Wednesday

April 2, 2014
County Coroner Investigates 2 Suicides on Wednesday

04/03/14 The Marshall County Coroner’s Office Wednesday investigated two separate incidents where individuals had taken their own life. Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger was called to a Bourbon residence early Wednesday morning where 65 year old Susan A. Craig was found in a vehicle in her garage with the motor running. Cleavenger said that...
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February Unemployment Numbers

April 2, 2014
February Unemployment Numbers

04/03/14 Indiana’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in the Hoosier State continued its significant downward trend in February. The rate stands at 6.1 percent down from an initially reported 6.4 percent in January. The number of unemployed Hoosiers is less than 200,000 for the first time since August of 2008. The employment rate has been...
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Plymouth High School Music Department Receives National Merit Award

April 2, 2014
Plymouth High School Music Department Receives National Merit Award

The NAMM Foundation awards school music education programs with the announcement of 2014’s Best Communities for Music Education (BCME).  This year, the NAMM Foundation designated 376 districts as “Best Communities for Music Education” and 96 individual schools as “Support Music Merit Award” winners.  These districts and schools set the bar in offering students access...
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Property will get facelift

April 2, 2014
Property will get facelift

PLYMOUTH – A “problem” property in the city of Plymouth will be getting a facelift in the coming months. The property at 400 E. Jefferson Street – where the Clark gasoline station was located for 50 plus years – had fallen into disrepair once the station ceased operations. The property was purchased by Iubal...
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FREE GARDENING CLASS TO BE OFFERED

April 2, 2014
FREE GARDENING CLASS TO BE OFFERED

Gardening 101 is a free class for anyone who is interested in learning more about gardening. Gardeners of all skill levels are invited to attend. Topics to be covered include best times and places for planting, seasonal planting, types of gardening (Back to Eden, heirloom, organic, and standard), dealing with pests, fertilizing and watering....
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NIPSCO and DNR Install Osprey Towers at Indiana Dunes State Park

April 2, 2014
NIPSCO and DNR Install Osprey Towers at Indiana Dunes State Park

04/03/14 The Indiana Department of Natural Resources and NIPSCO are working together to make northwest Indiana a better place to raise a family, especially for osprey. Last week, the organizations collaborated to install two 30-foot osprey nesting platforms at Indiana Dunes State Park. The towers overlook wetlands and are viewable by the public.  The...
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Plymouth Speedway Springing into New Season with Landrum Performance Spring Partnership

April 2, 2014
Plymouth Speedway Springing into New Season with Landrum Performance Spring Partnership

The start of the 2014 season at the Plymouth Speedway is nearing and Mentone, Indiana-based Landrum Performance Spring is one of the many great partners you’ll see at the track this season. Every Landrum coil spring is made from the highest quality material and dyno-tested to deliver the most precise spring rate for predictable...
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Plymouth School Board Accepts Cook’s Resignation

April 2, 2014
Plymouth School Board Accepts Cook’s Resignation

The Plymouth School Board voted unanimously to appoint Plymouth resident Gary Cook to the newly formed position of Security Systems Monitor. A part of the security measures being implemented is the installation of CCTV (closed circuit television) system that includes video monitors in each of the corporations’ buildings along with multiple monitors in a...
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