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Indiana State Officials Focus on Building Safety May 4-10

May 6, 2014
Indiana State Officials Focus on Building Safety May 4-10

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Governor Mike Pence has declared the week of May 4-10 as Building Safety Week, and the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) is reminding Hoosiers how building inspections help with Hoosier safety. The Fire and Building Safety Division of IDHS is responsible for inspecting thousands of public structures a year, including...
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Primary Election Day

May 6, 2014
Primary Election Day

Today is Primary Election Day across the State of Indiana.  The polls are open from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m.  In Marshall County citizens will have the opportunity to select a couple of Republican candidates for the November General Election.  There are two races with four vying for the District #1 County Commissioner seat...
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Construction Moving Forward on 7th Road Project

May 5, 2014
Construction Moving Forward on 7th Road Project

PLYMOUTH  - Construction on the road that will be the Plymouth interchange for the new U.S. 31 continues to move forward at full speed.   Bart Trester of USI – consultant on the project for the county – told the Marshall County Commissioners that construction is already moving forward and reported to the Commissioners...
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County to look at Fire Training Tower with Plymouth

May 5, 2014
County to look at Fire Training Tower with Plymouth

Marshall County and the city of Plymouth will look at working together on a training site for county firefighters.   Plymouth Fire Chief Rodney Miller and Assistant Chief George Cook came before the Marshall County Commissioners on asking to begin discussions on using a parcel of county owned land adjoining the Marshall County Jail...
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Ancilla College Celebrates 47th Graduating Class

May 5, 2014
Ancilla College Celebrates 47th Graduating Class

DONALDSON – Ancilla College graduated its 47th class in school history on Saturday, May 3, at the Ancilla Domini Chapel. The College awarded 78 students their degrees. “Commencement is a special moment in the life of any college or university,” said Ancilla College President Dr. Ron May. “It is a time of recognizing the...
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Argos Hydrant Flushing

May 5, 2014
Argos Hydrant Flushing

Nick Wood, Superintendent of the Argos Water Works announced Monday a hydrant flushing.    The Town of Argos Water Department will be flushing fire hydrants the week of May 12th thru the 16th.  If customers have any questions they may contact the main office at 574-892-5717.
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16th Annual Cafe Jazz at PHS Saturday

May 5, 2014
16th Annual Cafe Jazz at PHS Saturday

This Saturday, the Plymouth Music Boosters will be hosting the 16th annual “Cafe’ Jazz Festival” at Plymouth High School!   The event turns the PHS Multi-Purpose Gymnasium into a jazz nightclub for an evening of great entertainment and dinner!   Doors open at 6:00 p.m. for the event and tickets are available upon entry....
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SMALL WONDERS AT HEARTLAND ARTIST GALLERY

May 5, 2014
SMALL WONDERS AT HEARTLAND ARTIST GALLERY

Heartland Artists Gallery is now showing the SMALL WONDERS ART SHOW. The gallery saw a lot of curious visitors and buyers the first day of the new show! The name of the show – Small Wonders refers to the prospectus condition that all entries whether 2D or 3D may not exceed a 12 x...
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New training tower looked at for county fire fighters

May 5, 2014

PLYMOUTH – Marshall County and the city of Plymouth will look at working together on a training site for county firefighters. Plymouth Fire Chief Rodney Miller and Assistant Chief George Cook came before the Marshall County Commissioners on asking to begin discussions on using a parcel of county owned land adjoining the Marshall County...
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Construction moving forward on 7th Road

May 5, 2014

PLYMOUTH – Construction on the road that will be the Plymouth interchange for the new U.S. 31 continues to move forward at full speed. Bart Trester of USI – consultant on the project for the county – told the Marshall County Commissioners that construction is already moving forward and reported to the Commissioners that...
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