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Firefighters from 4 Department Respond to AK Industires Wednesday Night

October 12, 2011
Firefighters from 4 Department Respond to AK Industires Wednesday Night

10/13/11 A fire at A K Industries Wednesday night about 8 p.m. sent fire fighters from Plymouth, Argos, LaPaz and Polk Township to the factory at 2555 PIDCO Drive. Plymouth Police officer Shanna Gilmer had been dispatched to the area of the factor for a possible fight.  When she arrived on the scene she...
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Features Discussed for River Park Square

October 12, 2011
Features Discussed for River Park Square

10/13/11 What features do you want to have in the new downtown park?  Members of the Plymouth Park Board listed out the features they are most interested in having in River Park Square. During a special Park Board meeting Wednesday night each member presented their list of the top 4 or 5 features.  Most...
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Mayoral Candidates to Speak at Miller’s

October 12, 2011
Mayoral Candidates to Speak at Miller’s

10/13/11Plymouth Mayoral Candidates Mark Senter (Rep.) and Jim Vinall (Dem.) will speak at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Monday, October 17 at 2:30 p.m.  Each candidate will share their individual platform and will also have question and answer time.  The public is invited to attend this free event.  Refreshments will be served.   Miller’s is...
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3rd Quarter Building Permits Near $4 Million in City

October 12, 2011
3rd Quarter Building Permits Near $4 Million in City

10/13/11 Plymouth Building Inspector Keith Hammonds presented the 2011 Third Quarter Report to members of the Board of Public Works and Safety Monday evening. The report lists a total of 57 permits issued during the third quarter with permit fees being assessed at $3,510. Fifteen of the permits were commercial while 42 were residential....
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‘Looking Back and Leading Forward’

October 12, 2011
‘Looking Back and Leading Forward’

10/13/11  The Culver Girls Academy’s 40th anniversary celebration this weekend (Oct. 14-16) will be a time for the Academies and its alumni – women and men – and students to be “Looking Back and Leading Forward.” “This is a celebration of 40 years together as one Culver,” Dean of Girls Laura Weaser said. “It...
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Applebee’s Hosts Fundraiser for Heminger House

October 12, 2011
Applebee’s Hosts Fundraiser for Heminger House

10/13/11 The Heminger House Women and Children’s Shelter in Marshall County has teamed up with Applebee’s in Plymouth for a great tasting fundraiser.  On Monday, October 17th, Tuesday the 18th and Wednesday the 19th Applebee’s in Plymouth will donate 15% of your bill to the Heminger House. Laura Mann, board member said, “Please plan...
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September Activity Report for M.C. Sheriff’s Department

October 12, 2011
September Activity Report for M.C. Sheriff’s Department

11/13/11 The September Monthly Activity Report for the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was released on Wednesday.  The average daily inmate count continues to increase.  In January it was 94.2, February 78.4, March 92.9, April 89.5, May 93.5, June 105, July 110. August 113, and September 115.8. The Top Ten Offenses for September arrests were...
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DONNELLY: TAKE ACTION TO CURB CHINESE CURRENCY MANIPULATION NOW

October 12, 2011
DONNELLY: TAKE ACTION TO CURB CHINESE CURRENCY MANIPULATION NOW

10/13/11 Wednesday, Congressman Joe Donnelly sent a letter to Speaker John Boehner and Majority Leader Eric Cantor asking for a vote on Senate-passed, bipartisan legislation that would counteract the Chinese government’s refusal to fairly value their currency.  “My question for those who continue to stand in the way of responding to China’s currency manipulation...
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Political Signs Removed From State And Federal Rights-Of-Way

October 12, 2011
Political Signs Removed From State And Federal Rights-Of-Way

10/13/11  The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) reminds all Hoosiers that campaign signs are prohibited from federal and state highway rights-of-way by Indiana Code 9-21-4-6. INDOT personnel are required by state law to remove all unauthorized signs within the state right-of-way. The right-of-way areas which must remain “sign free” for the safety of the...
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In doubt about giving blood? You could be eligible.

October 12, 2011
In doubt about giving blood? You could be eligible.

10/13/11 Think you’re not a good candidate for blood donation? Think again. Sometimes, people with high blood pressure and diabetes suspect they are not eligible to give blood. Many cancer survivors also believe they will be deferred because of their previous illness. “But that’s not always the case,” said Sharyn Whitman, CEO for the...
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