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City Police & Fire Monthly Reports for February

March 14, 2012
City Police & Fire Monthly Reports for February

03/15/12 Plymouth Department Heads presented their monthly reports during Monday’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. Fire Chief Rod Miller presented his first monthly report to the board.  The Plymouth Fire Department responded to158 alarms in February. Those calls were divided into: 122 EMS incident calls, 16 medical assist calls, 8 dispatch cancelled...
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Plymouth Schools – Thechnology Grant Award

March 14, 2012
Plymouth Schools – Thechnology Grant Award

  03/15/12  Plymouth Schools, along with 22 other Indiana school corporations, are in line to share grant monies from the Indiana Department of Education to implement classroom technology projects. The grants are awarded through Indiana’s innovation grant program. Funding for the grants primarily comes from the David C. Ford educational technology fund. Ford worked...
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Civil War Enthusiast at Plymouth Library for One Book One Town

March 14, 2012
Civil War Enthusiast at Plymouth Library for One Book One Town

  03/15/12 As part of the One Book One Town event, Civil War enthusiast, Robert Herr will be giving a public lecture, “A Civil War Soldier at Shiloh” at Plymouth Public Library on Sunday, March 18, at 2:00 p.m. Mr. Herr will be dressed in full battle uniform and will provide information of interest...
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Master Gardener’s Tips for Landscapes and Gardens

March 14, 2012
Master Gardener’s Tips for Landscapes and Gardens

  03/15/12 The Marshall County Master Gardener Association and Purdue Extension Office is offering a five evening series on landscape basics, lawn care, managing your trees and shrubs, growing flowers, and gardening.  This educational series will be held at the Plymouth Public Library, 201 North Center Street, Plymouth on Thursday, March 22, Thursday, March...
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Marshall County Museum Open House

March 14, 2012
Marshall County Museum Open House

  03/15/12 On Tuesday, March 20th from 4:00-6:00 p.m. the Marshall County Museum will be holding an open house to showcase a new exhibit Reflections of the Civil War along with the traveling exhibit Faces of the Civil War provided by the Indiana Historical Society.   The public is invited to come view a collection...
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NIPSCO Reminds Customers, Statewide Winter Moratorium Expires March 15

March 14, 2012
NIPSCO Reminds Customers, Statewide Winter Moratorium Expires March 15

  03/15/12  With the state’s winter moratorium ending March 15, Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) reminds customers enrolled in the state’s Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) with outstanding balances that a number of assistance programs, payment arrangements and energy efficiency programs are available to help customers with their utility bills. Between Dec....
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Miller’s Residents EnjoyLunch with Purdue Glee Club

March 14, 2012
Miller’s Residents EnjoyLunch with Purdue Glee Club

  03/15/12 Residents and guests of Plymouth Miller’s Senior Living Community in traveled to Argos High School on Sunday to enjoy lunch and the Purdue Glee Club.  The Log House Restaurant catered lunch was held in the high school gymnasium.  The young men from the glee club opened the meal with a beautiful prayer...
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INDIANA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ENDORSES FRANCIS ELLERT FOR INDIANA HOUSE

March 13, 2012
INDIANA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ENDORSES  FRANCIS ELLERT FOR INDIANA HOUSE

  03/14/12 The Indiana Chamber of Commerce announced Tuesday its endorsement of Francis Ellert for the Republican primary election to the Indiana House of Representatives, District 17.  The endorsement was made by Indiana Business for Responsive Government (IBRG), the non-partisan political program of the Indiana Chamber. “Francis Ellert is a dynamic, positive, and accomplished...
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Bids Opened for South Gateway Project

March 13, 2012
Bids Opened for South Gateway Project

 03/14/12 The Indiana Department of Transportation opened bids for the South Gateway Project last week. Seven companies from the northern part of the state bid on the project which engineers estimate would cost $795,000.    The South Gateway Project includes the demolition of the Cook/Dimmit building and new, extensive retaining wall, a news portion...
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High Speed Pursuit Ends with Arrest of Domingo Robles

March 13, 2012
High Speed Pursuit Ends with Arrest of Domingo Robles

03/14/12 Saturday night officers from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and Culver Police Department ended up in a high-speed pursuit after the vehicle failed to stop. At approximately 10:20 p.m. Saturday police officers attempted to make a traffic stop on a vehicle near the intersection of Jefferson and Ohio Streets in Culver.  The vehicle...
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