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Governor Pence Signs Common Construction Wage Repeal Bill

May 6, 2015
Governor Pence Signs Common Construction Wage Repeal Bill

Indianapolis – Wednesday, upon signing HEA 1019, the common construction wage repeal bill, the Governor issued the following statement. The legislation will remove the common construction wage statute and allow the market to determine wages. “Wages on public projects should be set by the marketplace and not by government bureaucracy. By repealing the common...
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Donnelly: Hoosier Workers, Businesses Deserve a Level Playing Field

May 6, 2015
Donnelly: Hoosier Workers, Businesses Deserve a Level Playing Field

Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly Wednesday announced his support for the Leveling the Playing Field Act, S. 891, a bipartisan bill that would strengthen the enforcement of trade laws and the ability of U.S. companies to fight back against unfair foreign trade practices. Donnelly said, “It is important that we keep Hoosier—and all American—businesses and...
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2 Plymouth Men Charged, Battery and Sexual Misconduct

May 6, 2015
2 Plymouth Men Charged, Battery and  Sexual Misconduct

On April 27th a 14 year old female reported to Plymouth Police that she had had a sexual encounter with 20 year old Billy Gross and 18 year old Anthony Milton at Milton’s residence on April 18th. The female alleged that Anthony Milton had cut her with a razor blade resulting in 15 stitches...
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Spencer Named New Principal at Washington Discovery Academy

May 6, 2015
Spencer Named New Principal at Washington Discovery Academy

The Plymouth School Board welcomed Jeffrey Spencer on May 5 as the new principal for Washington Discovery Academy. Spencer comes to the Plymouth Schools from Valley Mills Elementary School in Marion County. Washington Discovery Academy Interim Principal Amy Gerard has overseen day-to-day operations at the school after former Principal Andy Hartley was named Assistant...
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Park Board Chooses Option B for New Tennis Court Facility

May 6, 2015
Park Board Chooses Option B for New Tennis Court Facility

The Tennis Court Project in Centennial Park took a step forward Monday night during the Plymouth Park Board meeting. Park Board members reviewed two concepts created by Hebard and Hebard Architects which places the new tennis court facility on the current site but totally replaces them and brings the addition of pickle ball courts...
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Centennial Park to Benefit from Another Eagle Scout Project

May 5, 2015
Centennial Park to Benefit from Another Eagle Scout Project

Boy Scout Cameron Riddle appeared before the Plymouth Park Board Monday evening with a proposed Eagle Scout Project. The goal of Riddle’s project is to mark and measure routes in the park so walkers, bikers, and runners will know their distance.  The one mile route will be marked at the quarter mile.  Riddle said,...
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Primary Election Results for the Municipal Elections in Plymouth and Bremen

May 5, 2015
Primary Election Results for the Municipal Elections in Plymouth and Bremen

With 5, 811 registered voters in the City of Plymouth and 2,906 in Bremen Tuesday’s voter turnout was disappointing. On Monday the Election Board certified the absentee votes at 179 but on Tuesday when the votes were opened and counted, 10 of those ballots could not be used so the absentee ballots were only...
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Support Stamp Out Hunger this Saturday

May 5, 2015
Support Stamp Out Hunger this Saturday

On Saturday, May 9th, the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) conducts their annual food drive, Stamp Out Hunger across America.   The food drive has grown from a regional to a national effort that provides assistance to the millions of Americans struggling to put food on the table. The Stamp Out Hunger food drive, held on the second Saturday in...
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Tickets Available to M.C. Historical Society’s Annual Dinner

May 5, 2015
Tickets Available to M.C. Historical Society’s Annual Dinner

Tickets to the Marshall County Historical Society Annual Dinner on Tuesday, May 12 at 6 PM at Christo’s Banquet Center in Plymouth are on sale at the Marshall County Museum.  The event features award-winning actor and storyteller, Jeff Kuehl, who will be portraying legendary Hoosier hero, Carl Fisher.  Fisher, an entrepreneurial promotional genius and visionary who...
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Marshall County Sheriff’s Department Activity Report for April

May 5, 2015
Marshall County Sheriff’s Department Activity Report for April

Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin released the April activity report for his department. Operating While Intoxicated tops the list of the Top Ten Offenses for bookings into the Marshall County Jail last month.  It was immediately followed by Failure to Appear and Marijuana.  Fourth on the list was Driving while Suspended with Operator Never...
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