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Main Street Grant Proposal Misses Submission Deadline

August 25, 2011
Main Street Grant Proposal Misses Submission Deadline

08/26/11 After working furiously up to the last minute before the deadline to complete a proposal for a Main Street grant that could have possibly meant renovations to the old fire house in Plymouth, it was learned that proposals could not be accepted by email. The submission directions, which apparently were not included in...
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Salsa Tasting at Farmers’ Market this Saturday

August 25, 2011
Salsa Tasting at Farmers’ Market this Saturday

08/26/11 The Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM) will be offering free samples of Tom Keb’s famous salsa. Not-for-Profits scheduled are Venture Crew with a book sale; the 4H Club selling jelly beans; and information on ACMC (Arts Council of Marshall County). The Market is held Saturdays from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the G &...
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INDIANA OCCUPATIONAL FATALITIES ANNUAL REPORT

August 25, 2011
INDIANA OCCUPATIONAL FATALITIES ANNUAL REPORT

08/26/11 The Indiana Department of Labor released today its annual Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI) report for 2010. The state reported 115 fatal occupational injuries in 2010, the lowest experienced since the report was introduced in 1991. “While a record low is good statistically speaking, for 115 families, their tragic loss defies any...
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City Signs Agreement for Free Wi/Fi Downtown

August 24, 2011
City Signs Agreement for Free Wi/Fi Downtown

08/25/11 Plymouth City Attorney Nelson Chipman presented two lease agreements during this week’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting.  The agreements are with wireless internet providers. The lease will allow D.C. Tech Solutions Inc. to place their antenna on the city’s two water towers and the radio tower at the fire department. According...
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Church Orchestra Performed at Farmers’ Market

August 24, 2011
Church Orchestra Performed at Farmers’ Market

08/25/11 The Marshall County Church Orchestra entertained at the Plymouth Farmer’s Market last Saturday morning.  Under the direction of Don Harness the group performed a variety of music as the market patron’s strolled past purchasing their fresh produce and goods.  Many market goers sat at surrounding picnic tables and enjoyed fresh baked cinnamon rolls...
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Marshall County announces Recognition Dinner to support local Scouting

August 24, 2011
Marshall County announces Recognition Dinner to support local Scouting

08/25/11 The Marshall County Distinguished Citizens Committee and the LaSalle Council Boy Scouts of America will hold the first annual, “Marshall County Soaring Eagle Recognition Dinner” on Wednesday, August 31, 2011 starting at 6:00 pm in Christos’ Banquet facility.   All dollars raised will go directly to support scouting in Marshall County, these benefit tickets...
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DONNELLY ANNOUNCES CO-SPONSORSHIP OF FARM FLEXIBILITY ACT

August 24, 2011
DONNELLY ANNOUNCES CO-SPONSORSHIP OF FARM FLEXIBILITY ACT

08/25/11 Wednesday, Congressman Joe Donnelly announced that he is an original co-sponsor of The Farming Flexibility Act of 2011, H.R. 2675, which would give farmers the flexibility to grow the crops of their choosing.  Current farm program rules prevent some farmers from growing fruits and vegetables on base acres that receive direct and counter-cyclical...
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A Portion of 1st Street to Receive Repairs

August 24, 2011
A Portion of 1st Street to Receive Repairs

08/25/11 Plymouth City Engineer Rick Gaul told the Board of Public Works and Safety that they intend to patch the worse spots on First Street. He indicated that the area to be improved was about a 450 foot section. The project was originally slated for a more extensive work on the 2011 street projects...
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LOCAL TROOPER ASSIGNED TO MOTOR PATROL

August 24, 2011
LOCAL TROOPER ASSIGNED TO MOTOR PATROL

08/25/11 A trooper from the Indiana State Police Post at Putnamville has been reassigned to the department’s coveted motor patrol section and will now be a common factor in deterring speeding and aggressive driving within the district. Master Trooper Chip McKee, a 16-year veteran of the Indiana State Police, was selected for this position...
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FIRST HUMAN CASE OF WEST NILE VIRUS REPORTED IN THE STATE

August 24, 2011
FIRST HUMAN CASE OF WEST NILE VIRUS REPORTED IN THE STATE

08/25/11 The State’s first human case of West Nile virus has been confirmed in Jefferson County, State health officials announced Tuesday. Hoosiers are reminded to be watchful of mosquitoes and to take steps to protect themselves from West Nile virus and other mosquito-borne diseases. In addition to the human case, mosquito groups in 11...
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