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7th Road Could Be Delayed Due to Issues Around the State with Asphalt Specifications

May 7, 2015

An issue with the state specifications for HMX mix may cause a delay in the completion of the 7th Road construction project. During the commissioner’s meeting on Monday Bart Trester from USI Consultants informed them off issues in asphalt around the state.  Several locations have experienced a buckling of the pavement and INDOT wants...
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Restrooms in Packard Woods to be Renovated by Freedom Park Committee

May 6, 2015
Restrooms in Packard Woods to be Renovated by Freedom Park Committee

Members of the Plymouth Park Board were updated on activities by Superintendent Mike Hite during their meeting this week. The rock fountain and splash pad in River Park Square have been turned on.  There are a few leaks in the fountain that are being addressed but everything survived the winter.  The water had been...
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Plymouth School Board Hears Proposal to Start School 1 hour Late on Tuesdays Next Year

May 6, 2015
Plymouth School Board Hears Proposal to Start School 1 hour Late on Tuesdays Next Year

During a meeting on May 5, the Plymouth School Board heard a proposal concerning professional development for teachers and administrators that could take effect for the 2015-2016 school year. The Board did not take action on the proposal. Speaking for the administrative team that has been forming the proposal was Plymouth High School Principal...
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Bremen Police Department Announces Start of May 2015 Click It or Ticket Campaign

May 6, 2015
Bremen Police Department Announces Start of May 2015 Click It or Ticket Campaign

The Bremen Police Department announced Wednesday its participation in the national and statewide 2015 Click It or Ticket enforcement mobilization occurring May 15-31, 2015. Officers will join more than 250 state and local law enforcement agencies, and thousands more across the country, to conduct high-visibility patrols encouraging drivers and passengers to buckle up. “Wearing...
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Investigation ongoing into death of Rochester man on Lake Manitou (Fulton County)

May 6, 2015
Investigation ongoing into death of Rochester man on Lake Manitou (Fulton County)

(Rochester) Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating the death of Dale E. Pugh, 68, of Rochester Indiana which occurred today at approximately 10:43am. Investigating Officer Jon Cook stated that Pugh and an 83 year old friend were fishing from a boat in a channel on the southwest side of the lake when Pugh partially stood...
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Plymouth Police Arrest 2 on Tuesday

May 6, 2015
Plymouth Police Arrest 2 on Tuesday

On Tuesday, May 5th at 3:30 in the afternoon Officer Bridget Hite with the Plymouth Police Department received a call of a hit and skip accident at Michigan and LaPorte.  The male subject was in a black, Ford Ranger and left the scene heading northbound on Michigan Street.  Officers with the Plymouth Police Department and Marshall County...
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Progressive Picnic in 5 cemeteries.

May 6, 2015

A tour of five small Marshall County cemeteries is planned for Tuesday, May 19.   There will be a short history presented at each cemetery visited.   This event is planned by the Marshall County Genealogical Society with an open invitation to the public.  Society members will serve finger food at each stop. Reservations are not required, but...
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Heirloom Plants Featured at Friday’s Brown Bag Lunch at Museum

May 6, 2015
Heirloom Plants Featured at Friday’s Brown Bag Lunch at Museum

The Marshall County Museum on North Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth  will host Master Gardener, Sue Childs, for the next Brown Bag Lunch Event entitled, “Say Hello to Heirlooms:  Flowers, Veggies and Herbs” on Friday, May 8, from 12-1. The program will be an introduction to the marvelous, tasty and beautiful world of old-fashioned plants. ...
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Governor Pence Signs Common Construction Wage Repeal Bill

May 6, 2015
Governor Pence Signs Common Construction Wage Repeal Bill

Indianapolis – Wednesday, upon signing HEA 1019, the common construction wage repeal bill, the Governor issued the following statement. The legislation will remove the common construction wage statute and allow the market to determine wages. “Wages on public projects should be set by the marketplace and not by government bureaucracy. By repealing the common...
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Donnelly: Hoosier Workers, Businesses Deserve a Level Playing Field

May 6, 2015
Donnelly: Hoosier Workers, Businesses Deserve a Level Playing Field

Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly Wednesday announced his support for the Leveling the Playing Field Act, S. 891, a bipartisan bill that would strengthen the enforcement of trade laws and the ability of U.S. companies to fight back against unfair foreign trade practices. Donnelly said, “It is important that we keep Hoosier—and all American—businesses and...
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