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Board of Public Works & Safety Opens Bids for 1st Street

September 13, 2011
Board of Public Works & Safety Opens Bids for 1st Street

 09/14/11 The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety opened four bids for repairs to First Street during their meeting Monday night. First Street was in the City’s 2011 Street Paving Project list but when bids were opened, they were higher than anticipated and since traffic on 1st  Street isn’t as much as the...
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Compliance Check at Elks Lodge Reveals Sale of Alcohol to Minor

September 13, 2011
Compliance Check at Elks Lodge Reveals Sale of Alcohol to Minor

09/14/11 Members of the Marshall County Alcohol Beverage Commission (ABC) met earlier this month and approved the automatic renewals for the Culver Cove, Don’s Part Pack in Bourbon, Opie’s Office in Plymouth, the Plymouth American Legion, Martin’s Supermarket in Plymouth and Bremen’s CVS. It was noted by the Excise Officer that the Culver Cove...
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M.C. Sheriff’s Department Activity Report for August

September 13, 2011
M.C. Sheriff’s Department Activity Report for August

09/14/11 Sheriff Tom Chamberlin recently released the August activity report for this department.  Officers from around the county made 190 arrests last month with Argos officers arresting 5 males and I female.  Bourbon police arrested 4 males and 1 female while Bremen police officers arrested 15 males and 4 females.  The Culver Police Department...
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Mayor’s Blood Drives Collect 83 Units

September 13, 2011
Mayor’s Blood Drives Collect 83 Units

09/14/11 Mayor Mark Senter is pleased to announce that since the 1st Mayor’s Blood Drive in December 2010, the wonderful citizens of Plymouth have donated 83 units of blood!  Potentially, these generous donors have saved 259 lives.  Mayor Senter would like to thank everyone who has donated blood in the past.  He would also...
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DAV Mobil Service to be in Plymouth

September 13, 2011
DAV Mobil Service to be in Plymouth

09/14/11 So many veterans feel confused about benefits and services they’ve earned. There’s so much to know…and so many changes from one year to the next. That’s why the non-profit Disabled American Veterans (D-A-V) offers help.  The DAV Mobile Service Office will be in Plymouth on Thursday, September 22nd to personally provide the best...
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America in Bloom of Plymouth is selling Flower Bulbs

September 13, 2011
America in Bloom of Plymouth is selling Flower Bulbs

09/14/11 A great way to make your yard and flower garden more colorful next spring is to plant bulbs this fall! The America in Bloom – Planting Pride in Plymouth committee is selling Flower Bulbs as a fund raiser for their beautification projects.  They will be selling Crocus, Hyacinth, Tulips and Giant Alliums.  The...
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Blood donations bring hope to families and patients

September 13, 2011
Blood donations bring hope to families and patients

09/14/11 You can bring hope to a child’s life in the time it might take to eat lunch with a friend. By donating blood through the American Red Cross, you can help provide the blood some children may need for their ongoing cancer care. With September being Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, blood donors are...
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Pathfinder Services Employees Honored for Commitment, Advocacy for People with Disabilities in Plymouth

September 13, 2011
Pathfinder Services Employees Honored for Commitment, Advocacy for People with Disabilities in Plymouth

09/14/11 In Indiana, over 19,000 people with physical and developmental disabilities rely on Direct Support Professionals for essential support with employment, connections within their community, and basic health and safety needs. As the teachers, cheerleaders and many times the primary advocate for the individuals they serve, Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) require a broad range...
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Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra Performance at Blueberry

September 13, 2011
Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra Performance at Blueberry

09/14/11 The Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra performed on the Michigan Stage last Monday, September 5, during the Blueberry Festival. The PCYO always performed on the Jefferson Stage in the past, but they’ve outgrown it! This year the big stage was filled with 51 string players.  The audience was entertained for an hour with songs...
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County Council Approves 2012 Budget at $10,736,504 Including 2% Pay Raise

September 12, 2011
County Council Approves 2012 Budget at $10,736,504 Including 2% Pay Raise

09/13/11 Members of the Marshall County Council spent just less than 5 hours on the 2012 Budget Adoption during their regular meeting Monday. Budget requests for next year were $10,952,115.  After reviewing each and every one of the 64 funds the council cut $185,051 to end the meeting with a final budget of $10,736,504. ...
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