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Marshall County Tourism Encourages Organizations to Apply for Grants

January 9, 2014
Marshall County Tourism Encourages Organizations to Apply for Grants

    01/10/14 Marshall County Tourism (MCCVB) has allocated $25,000 in funding for the marketing, development, and hosting of events exhibiting positive tourism potential to Marshall County.  These funds are to assist qualified organizations with the promotion of tourism activities striving to directly increase hotel/motel occupancy and create positive image building publicity for Marshall...
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Teen Arrested for Theft of Purse

January 9, 2014
Teen Arrested for Theft of Purse

  01/10/14  On Sunday, December 15th the Plymouth Police Department received a report of the theft of a purse and contents from the Country Charm Laundromat on North Michigan Street in Plymouth.  Plymouth Police Detective Leo Mangus responded to the laundromat and obtained surveillance video.   An investigation of the incident indicated that 19 year...
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Firefighters Called to NIPSCO Substation for Power Outage

January 9, 2014
Firefighters Called to NIPSCO Substation for Power Outage

  01/10/14 NIPSCO experienced an equipment failure Thursday morning beginning at 8:30 at the substation on Lake Avenue in Plymouth.  Many customers in the Plymouth area experienced a power glitch that caused a loss of electricity for a few seconds while as many as 1,400 NIPSCO customers in the Culver, Burr Oak, Tyner, Walkerton...
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WALORSKI CO-SPONSORS CYBERSECURITY BILL TO STRENGTHEN HEALTHCARE.GOV CONSUMER PROTECTIONS

January 9, 2014
WALORSKI CO-SPONSORS CYBERSECURITY BILL TO STRENGTHEN HEALTHCARE.GOV CONSUMER PROTECTIONS

01/10/14 In an effort to strengthen cybersecurity and protect consumers, Congresswoman Jackie Walorski co-sponsored the Health Exchange Security and Transparency Act (H.R. 3811) which requires the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to notify individuals if their personally identifiable information is stolen or unlawfully accessed through the health care exchanges.  HealthCare.gov is currently...
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S.E.E.D. Club Members at PHS Adopt Neighborhood Center Family for Christmas

January 9, 2014
S.E.E.D. Club Members at PHS Adopt Neighborhood Center Family for Christmas

  01/10/14 S.E.E.D. Club recently had a fundraiser to raise money for their upcoming fieldtrip.  Students sold more than what was needed and decided to use the extra money to help make a local family’s Christmas a little brighter. The girls shopped for the family and then delivered the items to the family right...
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Music at Miller’s

January 9, 2014
Music at Miller’s

  01/10/14 The severe weather has made all of Marshall County alter plans this past week.  From school closings to rescheduled doctor appointments and everything in between the weather ruled!  Residents at Miller’ Senior Living even had to alter some of their plans.  The “Music To My Ears” Manan Hearing Seminar has been rescheduled...
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Youth Soccer Sign Up Dates

January 9, 2014
Youth Soccer Sign Up Dates

  01/10/14 The Plymouth Youth Soccer Association (PYSA) will be holding sign ups for the 2014 spring soccer season at the following times and locations: -Saturday, Jan 11 from 9-11am @ The Lodge Bakery on Jefferson Street -Saturday, January 18 from 9:30am – 12pm @ The Plymouth Library, Laramore B -Saturday, January 25 from 1:30pm –...
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Republicans File for Primary at Court House

January 8, 2014
Republicans File for Primary at Court House

  01/09/14  Wednesday was the first day to file for candidacy for the Democratic or Republican party primaries that will be held on Tuesday, May 6th.    There are a number of county offices up for election this year including the Circuit Court Judge, Superior Court II Judge, Prosecutor, Clerk of the Courts, Auditor,...
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Underground Utility Locates Slowing Metronet Conduit Project

January 8, 2014
Underground Utility Locates Slowing Metronet Conduit Project

The County’s Metronet project is moving faster than the utility marking company. During Monday’s Commissioner meeting Bart Trester, project supervisor from USI said USIC, one of the leading underground locater companies hasn’t been able to stay ahead of the crew making underground utilities for the conduit instillation project. The crew is placing 3,000 to...
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City Council Considers Amendments to Tree & Shrub Ordinance

January 8, 2014
City Council Considers Amendments to Tree & Shrub Ordinance

01/09/13 Plymouth City Attorney Sean Surrisi presented ordinance 2014-2072, an ordinance to amend the code of ordinances of the City of Plymouth concerning trees and shrubs as recommended by the Urban Forestry and Flower Committee.  Over the past year, dedicated and engaged members of the city’s Urban Forestry and Flower Committee have been reviewing...
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