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Mississinewa Reservoir boat accident leaves one critical

July 23, 2012
Mississinewa Reservoir boat accident leaves one critical

  07/24/12  Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating a boat accident which occurred on Mississinewa Reservoir on Sunday at approximately 5:20pm.  Mitchell Morris (22) of Lafontaine, Indiana was boating with three other friends when Mitchell and two others decided to jump from their boat which was traveling approximately 40-45 mph.  The two who jumped with...
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NIPSCO Air Conditioner Cycling Program Benefits Customers and Community

July 23, 2012
NIPSCO Air Conditioner Cycling Program Benefits Customers and Community

  07/24/12 When the dog days of summer put added stress on the electric grid, NIPSCO joins forces with customers to manage the load by utilizing the Air Conditioner (AC) Cycling Program. AC Cycling works through the installation of a remote-controlled switch on or near the outside unit of a home’s central air conditioning...
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Hite Sentenced to 30 years for Deaths of Amber McMillin and Nicholas White

July 22, 2012
Hite Sentenced to 30 years for Deaths of Amber McMillin and Nicholas White

  07/23/12 The man convicted of killing Plymouth residents Amber McMillin and Nicholas White on October 16th, 2009 was sentenced in Starke County Circuit Court Thursday. Dale Hite was driving a vehicle with McMillin and White in the evening.  As they approached a residence they realized Starke County Police were searching the residence because...
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Walkerton Teen Arrested for Counterfeit Bills

July 22, 2012
Walkerton Teen Arrested for Counterfeit Bills

  07/23/12  Early Friday morning Plymouth Police were called to Wal Mart at 4:36 for a person who had purchased items using counterfeit money. Plymouth Police Officers responded to the store and identified the suspect at 19 year old Dakota Vandall of the 3000 block of Sycamore Road in Walkerton.   During the investigation...
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Baker Street Closed for Reconstruction

July 22, 2012
Baker Street Closed for Reconstruction

  07/23/12 Phend & Brown will begin the reconstruction on Baker Street beginning Monday, July 23rd.  The construction project will cause Baker Street to be closed from North Michigan Street eastward to Grand Street. This is the city’s only 2012 street project and low bid on the project was $159,570 from Phend & Brown...
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Town Hall Meeting will Address New Smoke-Free Laws

July 22, 2012
Town Hall Meeting will Address New Smoke-Free Laws

   07/23/12 A Marshall County Town Hall meeting that will address the new smoke-free law has been scheduled for Tuesday, July 24th, at 7:00 p.m. at the County Building, 112 West Jefferson Street in Plymouth.  The meeting will be held in the second floor meeting room. Representatives from the Marshall County Health Department and...
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Full Agendas for City Meetings Monday

July 22, 2012
Full Agendas for City Meetings Monday

  07/23/12 The City of Plymouth will conduct its regular meetings on Monday evening beginning at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall. The Board of Public Works and Safety meeting is first with the award of bids for the Headworks Influent Control Project.  Five companies have submitted bids with the base...
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Caucus Called to Fill Vacancy on Tippecanoe Township Advisory Board

July 22, 2012
Caucus Called to Fill Vacancy on Tippecanoe Township Advisory Board

  07/23/12 Marshall County Republican Chairman David Holmes has announced his intentions to fill a vacancy on the Tippecanoe Township Advisory Board. Individuals interested in filling the vacancy of the Tippecanoe Township Advisory Board should file a declaration of candidacy no later than 72 hours in advance of the caucus on August 9th with...
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June 2012 Indiana Employment Report

July 20, 2012
June 2012 Indiana Employment Report

07/23/12 For the eighth consecutive month Indiana added private sector jobs, with June’s increase totaling 1,400. For 2012, the rate of job growth in the Hoosier state (1.5 percent) continues to far exceed the US average (0.9 percent). Since July 2009, the low point of employment, Indiana has added 140,400 private sector jobs and...
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“Pedal for Petals” Bicycle Cruise CANCELLED

July 20, 2012
“Pedal for Petals” Bicycle Cruise CANCELLED

   07/23/12  America in Bloom of Plymouth first bicycle cruise “Pedal for Petals” on Saturday, July 28, 2012 has been cancelled due to lack of entries.  The AIB committee will look forward to hosting this event in 2013.  Please if you have any questions contact us at 574-936-1882.  Thank you.
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