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Commssioners to Meet Monday Morning

December 4, 2011
Commssioners to Meet Monday Morning

12/05/11 The Marshall County Commissioners will conduct a public hearing at 8:30 on the Travel Advisory Ordinance.  The amendments will make the ordinance compatible with the state’s ordinance although the local ordinance will provide a penalty for violators. Clyde Avery, the Marshall County Emergency Management Director will give his monthly report and Neal Haeck...
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4th Annual Shop With A Cop Radio Auction – Success

December 4, 2011
4th Annual Shop With A Cop Radio Auction – Success

12/05/11 The annual Shop With A Cop radio auction heard on WTCA AM1050 on Friday may have reached station manager Kathy Bottorff’s goal of $15,000. The proceeds will be used to take local needy children shopping on Saturday, December 10. This marked the fourth year that the radio station has provided air time for...
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It’s Christmas at the Park

December 4, 2011
It’s Christmas at the Park

12/05/11 It’s Christmas time and the Plymouth Park Department is ready!  On December 1, a switch was flipped to light up Centennial Park for the holidays. Many hours were spent by park employees to have all of decorations in place. Citizens are encouraged to take a drive through the park in the evening with...
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School & City Working of Solution for Crossing Guard at Jefferson School

December 4, 2011
School & City Working of Solution for Crossing Guard at Jefferson School

12/05/11 Working out the details on how to keep children walking to Jefferson Elementary as safe as possible involved a number of people. Budget constraints have prohibited the hiring of any new crossing guards to help kids cross over Fairbanks Street before and after school hours. Principal Angie Mills said, “It has been a...
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Vehicles Collide at Michigan and 4A Road

December 4, 2011
Vehicles Collide at Michigan and 4A Road

12/05/11 An automobile accident involving two vehicles shortly after 3:00 p.m. on Thursday sent one driver to the hospital According Indiana State Trooper Rodd Schuh, a red Buick driven by Araceli Ortiz of Plymouth pulled out from 4A Rd. into the path of a white Honda  traveling north on Michigan Rd., driven by Dorothy...
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DONNELLY TO HOST TELEPHONE TOWN HALL TUESDAY EVENING

December 4, 2011
DONNELLY TO HOST TELEPHONE TOWN HALL TUESDAY EVENING

12/05/11 Congressman Joe Donnelly will host a telephone town hall for constituents of Indiana’s Second Congressional District this Tuesday, December 6, 2011, in the evening. “I am hosting this telephone town hall in order to receive comments and answer questions from residents of Indiana’s Second Congressional District,” said Donnelly.  “I hope that many families...
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Coats Joins Republican Senators on Bill to Promote Energy Security and Jobs

December 4, 2011
Coats Joins Republican Senators on Bill to Promote Energy Security and Jobs

12/05/1  Last week Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) cosponsored the North American Energy Security Act, legislation that would require the Obama Administration to permit construction of the $7 billion, privately-funded Keystone XL (KXL) pipeline. The Keystone XL pipeline is the largest infrastructure project ready in the United States. “This legislation means more jobs and less...
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Youth Orchestra Provides Entertainment

December 4, 2011
Youth Orchestra Provides Entertainment

12/05/11 On Friday, December 2nd the Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra Chamber Ensemble provided holiday music for the North Central Indiana Association of Realtors’ dinner party! The Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra will be presenting their Winter Concert on Sunday, December 11.  This performance will be held in the Plymouth High School Auditorium at 6pm. Doors...
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Argos Town Council Tables Chief Rudd’s Request of Pick-up

December 1, 2011
Argos Town Council Tables Chief Rudd’s Request of Pick-up

12/02/11 During their last meeting, the Argos Town Council received five bids for a new police vehicle.  Rudd told the Council he would like to replace the 2006 Charger with a pick-up truck.  A heavy duty truck would be safer during inclement weather, used to haul evidence and would be worth more for a trade in....
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Scott Sentenced for Child Seduction

December 1, 2011
Scott Sentenced for Child Seduction

12/02/11 A former math teacher and assistant basketball and baseball coach at NorthWood High School was sentenced on Wednesday for his involvement with a 16-year-old female student. Zachary Scott, 28, was sentenced to 18-months on two counts of child seduction, Class D felonies, because of his position as a teacher. He left his teaching...
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