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Changes to Unemployment Insurance Take Effect July 1

June 30, 2011
Changes to Unemployment Insurance Take Effect July 1

07/01/11 Hoosiers receiving unemployment insurance will notice changes to eligibility requirements on July 1, 2011. The new rules are part of laws passed by the General Assembly making several changes to unemployment insurance over the next year. “The new laws close loopholes in eligibility requirements,” said Mark W. Everson, Commissioner of the Department of...
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Plan a No Cost July 4th Weekend that Really Pops

June 30, 2011
Plan a No Cost July 4th Weekend that Really Pops

07/01/11 Looking for something free, fun and different to do over the July 4th weekend? Consider pairing the Quilt Gardens along the Heritage Trail with local fireworks displays for a weekend that really pops.  Pack a picnic and enjoy a holiday loaded with colorful fun that doesn’t break the bank. Spend the day viewing...
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City Fireworks Ordinance

June 30, 2011
City Fireworks Ordinance

07/01/11 Mayor Mark Senter would like to remind everyone of the City Ordinance regarding the discharge of fireworks and firearms within the City Limits. In December 2007 the City Council passed an ordinance which restricts the sale of fireworks to patrons under  the age of 18.  It also restricts a person under the age of...
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National Guard Soldier Takes His Own Life

June 29, 2011
National Guard Soldier Takes His Own Life

06/30/11 An active duty National Guard Soldier from Plymouth took his own life early Wednesday morning during a domestic disturbance. The Marshall County Police Department received a 9-1-1 call form the 10,000 block of Muckshaw Road in reference to a domestic disturbance. Officers were dispatched to Muckshaw Road and while in-route to the scene...
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Jeff Houin Appointed as Plymouth Schools Corporation Attorney

June 29, 2011
Jeff Houin Appointed as Plymouth Schools Corporation Attorney

06/30/11 During a regularly scheduled board meeting on Tuesday night, the Plymouth School Board officially appointed Jeffery Houin to the position of Corporation Attorney. Houin is originally from Plymouth and graduated from Plymouth High School in 1996. He competed on the Plymouth Speech Team all except his junior year, when he attended Wentzinger Gymnasium...
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Plymouth School Board Extends Contracts for Administrators

June 29, 2011
Plymouth School Board Extends Contracts for Administrators

06/30/11 The Plymouth School Board voted 5-0 to extend the contract of Superintendent Daniel Tyree. Additionally, they voted unanimously to extend three-year contracts to administrators. One year contracts were extended to all assistant administrators and the lone first-time principal. One–year contracts were also given to the Athletic Director and Guidance Department Director at Plymouth...
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Plymouth Baseball Coach Tony Plothow earns honors

June 29, 2011
Plymouth Baseball Coach Tony Plothow earns honors

06/30/11 Plymouth High School’s Head Baseball Coach, Tony Plothow, has been selected to coach the 2011 North All Star team at this year’s 37th Annual Indiana North South All Star game by his fellow coaches and the Indiana High School Baseball Coaches Association’s Executive Council. Plothow’s career record at PHS is 227-124.  Plothow’s teams...
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More Than 186 Citations Issued During Click It or Ticket

June 29, 2011
More Than 186 Citations Issued During Click It or Ticket

06/30/11 Marshall County Police Department officers issued a total of 117 seat belt citations during the state’s annual Click it or Ticket mobilization, conducted May 20th through June 5.  In all, the agency also issued at total of 186 citations for traffic related offenses such as speeding and license violations.  A breakdown of arrests...
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Potter Arrested for Domestic Battery

June 29, 2011
Potter Arrested for Domestic Battery

06/29/11On Friday June 24th at approximately 4:28am Plymouth Police Officer responded to the 700 block of West Washington Street in reference to a domestic dispute.  After an investigation John M. Potter 28, of Plymouth was arrested and transported to the Marshall County Jail.  Potter was booked in for Domestic Battery-Physical Presence of a Child...
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Ancilla’s Reese Re-elected as MCCAA Western Conference Director

June 29, 2011
Ancilla’s Reese Re-elected as MCCAA Western Conference Director

06/30/11 Ancilla College Athletic Director Gene Reese has been re-elected for a second two-year term as the Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) Western Conference Director, the College announced on Thursday. The election took place at the MCCAA Athletic Director’s Summer Meeting at Shanty Creek Resort in Bellaire, MI. As part of his duties...
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