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Plymouth Redevelopment Commission to Support City’s Share of Metronet Project

November 19, 2013
Plymouth Redevelopment Commission to Support City’s Share of Metronet Project

    11/20/13 Tuesday evening members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission put their support behind the Metronet Project.  Brent Martin presented the preliminary engineering plan and cost estimates.  In total the project will have 33 miles of conduit with four chambers from the south edge of South Bend to and around Plymouth.  The Saint...
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Commissioners Approve Sheriff’s Request for 3 Ford Interceptors

November 19, 2013
Commissioners Approve Sheriff’s Request for 3 Ford Interceptors

  11/20/13 The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department will be purchasing three new vehicles with funds in next year’s budget. Monday morning Captain Dan Butt with the county police agency appeared before the county commissioners and presented a quote for three all-wheel drive Ford Utility Interceptors.  Oliver Ford in Plymouth mirrored the state bid of...
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Grove Hisey Arrested for Battery

November 19, 2013
Grove Hisey Arrested for Battery

  11/20/13  On Monday, November 18th at 3:42 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Bridget Hite responded to 412 Pennsylvania Avenue after receiving a complaint of a female being attacked and the subject was still located in the house.  Arriving at the home, two witnesses told the officers that 36 year old Melissa M. Grove Hisey...
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Organization Day charity drive focuses on giving back

November 19, 2013
Organization Day charity drive focuses on giving back

  11/20/13 State Representative Tim Harman (R-Bremen) was joined by fellow legislators, staff and other state office holders in donating sporting equipment and other items to Special Olympics of Indiana today at the Statehouse.   “Special Olympics Indiana is honored to be chosen by Speaker Bosma for Organization Day.  Research has found that individuals...
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Oliver Ford Offers $15 Oil Change for Toy Donation

November 19, 2013
Oliver Ford Offers $15 Oil Change for Toy Donation

  11/20/13 As everyone is gearing up for the holiday season Oliver Ford Lincoln wants to again help the Plymouth High School Student Council with their endeavor to help children in our community who are less fortunate. Starting today, Oliver Ford will be offering $15.00 Oil Change Certificates plus a Car wash for anyone...
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Argos BPA Members to be Auctioned During Basketball Games

November 19, 2013
Argos BPA Members to be Auctioned During Basketball Games

  11/20/13 Argos High School is proud to announce that their Business Professionals of America organization has had huge growth this year!  They have grown from 25 members to 46.  They have started a middle level BPA with 36 members and their adviser, Shari Bloom, was recently elected to the BPA Executive Board of...
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Northside Vendors Market to Hold Holiday Open House

November 19, 2013
Northside Vendors Market to Hold Holiday Open House

  11/20/13 Northside Vendors Market invites the public to its Holiday Open House this Saturday, November 23, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The open house will feature Northside’s more than 40 vendor booths with everything from Christmas decorations to antiques and collectibles; jewelry and artwork to home decor; unique gift items to name...
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Culver Senior “Lives United” in her Advocacy for Transportation Services

November 19, 2013
Culver Senior “Lives United” in her Advocacy for Transportation Services

  11/20/13 LIVE UNITED isn’t just a slogan. It’s a way of life for one active Culver senior. Her journey, recently shared with the United Way of Marshall County, shows that community engagement sometimes involves lending a hand. And sometimes it means lending your voice to support a cause and help build a better...
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Cooperative Calendar Art Contest Underway

November 19, 2013
Cooperative Calendar Art Contest Underway

  11/20/13 Emily Howard, Communications Specialist with the Marshall County REMC has announced acceptance for the 2015 Annual Calendar Art Contest.  Marshall County students are encouraged to enter the art contest with entries until March 21, 2014. The contest provides young Hoosier artists a unique opportunity to develop and showcase their talent. Electric Consumer-the...
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Bremen tree trimmer wins $1 million playing Powerball

November 18, 2013
Bremen tree trimmer wins $1 million playing Powerball

    11/19/13 A Bremen man is the latest Hoosier to hit it big playing Powerball.  Michael Kline claimed a $1 million Powerball prize at Hoosier Lottery Headquarters Friday.  Kline works as a tree-trimmer and says he plans to eventually purchase a modest house and “do more fishing” after matching the first five numbers,...
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