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School Board Considers Honorary PHS Diploma

March 23, 2011
School Board Considers Honorary PHS Diploma

03/24/11 The Plymouth Schools are considering the creation of an “Honorary Diploma” to recognize individuals who have served the schools over a number of years. Plymouth High School Principal Jim Condon briefly outlined the concept in a presentation to the school board during their regular meeting on March 15. Additionally, they hope to award...
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Wind Farm Meeting for Southern Marshall County

March 23, 2011
Wind Farm Meeting for Southern Marshall County

03/24/11 Purdue Extension is offering an evening program on Wind Farms on Tuesday evening, March 29.  It will be held at Maxinkuckee Odd Fellows Lodge located at the intersection of 18B and Pine Roads being one mile south on highway 10.  The meeting will start at 7:00 pm and last about 2 hours.  With...
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Applications for Space at Farmers’ Market Available

March 23, 2011
Applications for Space at Farmers’ Market Available

03/24/11 Opening day of the Plymouth Farmers’ Market is Saturday, May 7.  Vendor applications and free booth space to not-for profit groups or school clubs are available online at www.plymouthfarmersmarket.com, by mail from Tom Keb, Market Manager, 10499 Tyler Road, Bremen, IN 46506 or by calling Keb at 574-217-5776.  The Plymouth Farmers’ Market is...
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DONNELLY TO INTRODUCE AMERICA WORKS ACT

March 23, 2011
DONNELLY TO INTRODUCE AMERICA WORKS ACT

03/24/11 Tuesday, Congressman Joe Donnelly announced that he will introduce The American Manufacturing Efficiency and Retraining Investment Collaboration Achievement (AMERICA) Works Act at Schafer Gear Works, Inc.  During his summit on the future of manufacturing in Indiana two weeks ago, Donnelly heard from many experts in the sector about the importance of a skilled...
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Bremen Post Releases February Enforcement Activity

March 23, 2011
Bremen Post Releases February Enforcement Activity

03/24/11 The Indiana State Police had the following enforcement activity for February 2011.  The Bremen State Police Post covers Marshall, Elkhart, Kosciusko, and St. Joseph Counties. Traffic tickets issued                              918 Warnings issued                                  1,700 D.U.I. arrests                                              24 Criminal arrests                                       190 Speeding Trucks (over...
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Operation Pull-Over nets a smoker!

March 23, 2011

03/21/11 On Thursday, March 17th, at approximately 11:00pm Patrolman Nicholas Laffoon of the Marshall County Police Department was working Operation Pull Over in the area of US 30 and Plymouth Goshen Trail, when he observed a cream colored 1994 Jeep with a vehicle equipment violation. Upon stopping the vehicle Laffoon could smell the odor...
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CMA State Final tickets AVAILABLE!

March 22, 2011
CMA State Final tickets AVAILABLE!

Culver Military Academy tickets: State basketball championship tickets are available to the general public and can be purchased and picked up Wednesday and Thursday, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., at Sallyport, which is the area next to the flagpoles  Enter through the Academies’ main entrance on Indiana 10. Tickets can also be ordered...
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Petition for work on drain near Walkerton denied

March 22, 2011
Petition for work on drain near Walkerton denied

By Rusty Nixon Correspondent PLYMOUTH – An old contract that appears to be binding is causing debate over county drainage work in the Walkerton area. Residents in the area of the Morris drain, also known as the Sarber ditch that runs near the intersection of Redwood Road and 3B Road in Marshall County are...
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Waters muddied for Harley Berger ditch

March 22, 2011
Waters muddied for Harley Berger ditch

PLYMOUTH – Good intentions have muddied the waters for members of the watershed that feeds into the Harley Berger ditch in Walnut and Tippecanoe Townships in Marshall County. The ditch is in need of maintenance to keep farm fields from being underwater and an earlier fix to the area’s water problems has made things...
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Philip (P.J.) Hanley New Bourbon Town Council Member

March 22, 2011
Philip (P.J.) Hanley New Bourbon Town Council Member

03/23/11 Bourbon resident Philip (P.J.) Hanley will be attending his first meeting as a member of the Bourbon Town Council in April. Hanley was appointed last week to complete the term of the late Gary Collins. The term will end on December 1 of this year. A special caucus on the matter was held...
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