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Signs and town ordinance changes discussed by County

March 28, 2014

PLYMOUTH – The Marshall County Plan Commission had no matters for public hearing in their regular meeting Thursday but they did have some matters for discussion. County Plan Director Ralph Booker brought the Commission up to speed on several issues including slight changes taking place in ordinances for the towns of Bourbon and Argos...
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IMI withdraws request

March 28, 2014
IMI withdraws request

PLYMOUTH - Plymouth Plan Director Ralph Booker has confirmed to WTCA News that IMI has withdrawn their request for a variance of use for their property south of the city. The company planned on putting an asphalt and concrete plant at the location but ran into opposition from the neighbors of the proposed plant...
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CMA hockey in National Championships

March 28, 2014
CMA hockey in National Championships

GREEN BAY, WI – The Culver Military Academy Prep Hockey team will begin play in the Toyota-USA Hockey Tier I Youth National Championships in Green Bay, Wis., Wednesday, April 2. The Eagles, who are making their first trip to nationals, will be playing in the 18-and-Under division after winning the Mid-American district championship March...
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City Plan and BZA Meeting Tuesday Moved

March 27, 2014
City Plan and BZA Meeting Tuesday Moved

03/28/14  Members of the Plymouth Plan Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals will meet Tuesday, April 1st at 7 p.m. in a different location.  The regular meeting has been moved to the commissioner’s meeting room of the County Building on the 2nd floor. The meeting has been relocated to accommodate the anticipated crowd that...
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City Board of Public Works to Open Bids on Street Projects

March 27, 2014

03/28/14 During Monday’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting bids will be opened on several street projects.  At the request of Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt and City Engineer Rick Gaul they wanted to start the projects earlier this year.  Streets set to have work completed on them first include this year include West...
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Donnelly Discusses Delegation to Israel, Afghanistan, and Ukraine

March 27, 2014
Donnelly Discusses Delegation to Israel, Afghanistan, and Ukraine

Washington, D.C. – Tuesday Senator Joe Donnelly, who serves on the Senate Armed Services Committee, discussed his recent travels as part of a bipartisan congressional delegation to Israel, Afghanistan, and Ukraine.   Donnelly said, “This trip provided an important opportunity to meet with leaders and military personnel in Afghanistan, Israel, and Ukraine at a...
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No leads in downtown Plymouth vandalism

March 27, 2014
No leads in downtown Plymouth vandalism

PLYMOUTH – Vandals struck over the weekend at a newly remodeled property on Water Street in downtown Plymouth. The building that formally housed the Salvation Army Store has undergone a facelift by the new owners of the property Jim Vinall and Brian VanDuyne. Monday morning Plymouth Police were called to the scene with a report...
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“Fancy Nancy” Program at CUTPL

March 27, 2014
“Fancy Nancy” Program at CUTPL

The Culver Union Township Public Library asks young ladies to join them for stories, games and crafts in the Children’s Room on Saturday, April 5 from 10:00-11:30 for a Fancy Nancy Tea Soiree’!   That’s fancy for party! To follow the theme of Fancy Nancy, the CUTPL will have crafts to decorate tiaras and design...
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Senator Coats Praises Expansion of Southwest Airlines in Indy

March 27, 2014
Senator Coats Praises Expansion of Southwest Airlines in Indy

WASHINGTON, DC – Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) this week praised the announcement by Southwest Airlines that it is expanding service at the Indianapolis International Airport by adding new nonstop flights to Washington, DC’s Reagan National Airport beginning on November 2, 2014. As a member of the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee, Coats has...
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Governor Pence Signs Bill Taking Indiana Out of Common Core

March 27, 2014
Governor Pence Signs Bill Taking Indiana Out of Common Core

Indianapolis – Governor Mike Pence this week signed Senate Enrolled Act 91, which requires Indiana to adopt its own academic standards. The Governor issued the following statement:   “I believe our students are best served when decisions about education are made at the state and local level. By signing this legislation, Indiana has taken...
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