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DONNELLY ANNOUNCES CO-SPONSORSHIP OF FARM FLEXIBILITY ACT

August 24, 2011
DONNELLY ANNOUNCES CO-SPONSORSHIP OF FARM FLEXIBILITY ACT

08/25/11 Wednesday, Congressman Joe Donnelly announced that he is an original co-sponsor of The Farming Flexibility Act of 2011, H.R. 2675, which would give farmers the flexibility to grow the crops of their choosing.  Current farm program rules prevent some farmers from growing fruits and vegetables on base acres that receive direct and counter-cyclical...
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A Portion of 1st Street to Receive Repairs

August 24, 2011
A Portion of 1st Street to Receive Repairs

08/25/11 Plymouth City Engineer Rick Gaul told the Board of Public Works and Safety that they intend to patch the worse spots on First Street. He indicated that the area to be improved was about a 450 foot section. The project was originally slated for a more extensive work on the 2011 street projects...
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LOCAL TROOPER ASSIGNED TO MOTOR PATROL

August 24, 2011
LOCAL TROOPER ASSIGNED TO MOTOR PATROL

08/25/11 A trooper from the Indiana State Police Post at Putnamville has been reassigned to the department’s coveted motor patrol section and will now be a common factor in deterring speeding and aggressive driving within the district. Master Trooper Chip McKee, a 16-year veteran of the Indiana State Police, was selected for this position...
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FIRST HUMAN CASE OF WEST NILE VIRUS REPORTED IN THE STATE

August 24, 2011
FIRST HUMAN CASE OF WEST NILE VIRUS REPORTED IN THE STATE

08/25/11 The State’s first human case of West Nile virus has been confirmed in Jefferson County, State health officials announced Tuesday. Hoosiers are reminded to be watchful of mosquitoes and to take steps to protect themselves from West Nile virus and other mosquito-borne diseases. In addition to the human case, mosquito groups in 11...
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Miller’s Residents Celebrate Summer

August 24, 2011
Miller’s Residents Celebrate Summer

08/25/11 Residents of Miller’s Senior living Community and their friends celebrated the lazy, hazy crazy days of summer last Friday with a picnic and entertainment.  The meal prepared by Miller’s dietary department included chicken breast right off the grill, potato salad, bean salad and fresh fruit.  Lemon angel cake was the dessert. Entertainment was...
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Bremen Post Releases July Enforcement Activity

August 24, 2011
Bremen Post Releases July Enforcement Activity

08/25/11 The Indiana State Police had the following enforcement activity for July 2011.  The Bremen State Police Post covers Marshall, Elkhart, Kosciusko, and St. Joseph Counties. Traffic tickets issued                         1,150 Warnings issued                                 1,770 D.U.I. arrests                                              23 Criminal arrests                                       117 Speeding Trucks (over 10,000...
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28 Plymouth Students Chose to Attend Argos Schools

August 23, 2011
28 Plymouth Students Chose to Attend Argos Schools

08/24/11 Judy Delp, Guidance Counselor for the Argos Jr. Sr. High School released a fact sheet on the changes this current school year between students who transfer in and out of Argos schools and Plymouth Community Schools. The new changes this current school year show 12 students who attended Argos Schools last year are...
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“Gas War” in Plymouth

August 23, 2011
“Gas War” in Plymouth

08/24/11 How low can it go?  That’s what drivers in Plymouth were wondering Tuesday afternoon as a “Gas War” began between several major gas suppliers. It seems to have started with Murphy’s who dropped their price to $3.19.  That news spread and as soon as the BellMart BP Convenience Store at the corner of...
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HOOSIERS ASKED TO REPORT ANY TREMORS FROM 1:53 P.M. QUAKE

August 23, 2011
HOOSIERS ASKED TO REPORT ANY TREMORS FROM 1:53 P.M. QUAKE

08/24/11 The U.S. Geological Survey reported an earthquake Tuesday at 1:53 p.m. in Mineral, Virginia, and tremors have been felt as far away as Michigan. Data from other states helps scientists gauge the intensity and area affected by the earthquake. The Indiana Geological Survey and the Indiana Department of Homeland Security are asking Hoosiers...
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Lightening Damage at City Well Field

August 23, 2011
Lightening Damage at City Well Field

08/24/11 During the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting on Monday night, Plymouth Utility Superintendent, Donnie Davidson, reported some damage to a well at the Ledyard Water Plant on August 3rd. Davidson said, “We had some pretty severe lighting damage.” The Superintendent said the strike actually hit a building went out through the...
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