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Variance Granted for New Sign at Country Auto

October 4, 2011
Variance Granted for New Sign at Country Auto

10/05/11 A variance granted Tuesday night at the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals will allow Country Auto to replace current sign with a new product sign on their property at 2705 North Michigan Street. City consultant Bill Neal explained the request of Joe Martin to replace one of his pole signs.  He said the...
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Ahead of Schedule, Under Budget Pierce St. Bridge Project

October 4, 2011
Ahead of Schedule, Under Budget Pierce St. Bridge Project

10/05/11 Ahead of schedule and under budget was the news the County Commissioners received from USI on the Pierce Street Bridge replacement project. On Monday Marc Hollingsworth, USI Construction Project Manager told the commissioner that Northern Indiana Construction has completed the east pier, installed wood piles for false-work, completed the west coffer dam, drove...
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Burglary at Elks Lodge

October 4, 2011
Burglary at Elks Lodge

10/05/11 The Plymouth Police Department is investigating a burglary at the Elks Lodge in Plymouth. Officer Chris Miller was dispatched to the Elks Lodge at 12445 7B Road early Saturday morning.  The thefts kicked in the front door of the lodge.  Once they gained entry, they located the safe and removed an undetermined amount...
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Pride of Plymouth, Gold at District Competition

October 4, 2011
Pride of Plymouth, Gold at District Competition

10/05/11 Under the direction of Bryan Ames, The Pride of Plymouth High School Marching Band took home the Gold at the Penn District competition last Saturday qualifying for Regionals on October 15th.  This Saturday, the public is invited to The 13th Annual Harvest Festival of Bands at Plymouth High School with activities to start...
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DONNELLY TO OPPOSE FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS

October 4, 2011
DONNELLY TO OPPOSE FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS

10/05/11 Tuesday, Congressman Joe Donnelly announced that he will vote against the free trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia, and Panama when they come up for a vote in the House of Representatives.  President Obama sent these three agreements to Congress late yesterday. “I disagree with the president’s decision to move forward with these...
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Bark in the Park for Humane Society

October 4, 2011
Bark in the Park for Humane Society

10/05/11 Pat Shell wasn’t looking of a dog when she went to the Humane Society a few weeks ago. Shell said, “I had cleaned out closets and was just taking blankets to donate.” While she was there, Shell thought she would just take a peek at the dogs. But she immediately fell in love...
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Ancilla College Raises Money for United Way with Dunk Tank

October 4, 2011
Ancilla College Raises Money for United Way with Dunk Tank

10/05/11  A dunk tank was a new attraction as part of Ancilla College’s annual efforts to raise money for United Way of Marshall County. Several students, faculty, staff, and administrators volunteered to sit in the dunk tank last Thursday in efforts to raise money for the organization.  The dunk tank was provided by the...
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Railroad Repairs Will Close State Road 17 Near Burr Oak

October 4, 2011
Railroad Repairs Will Close State Road 17 Near Burr Oak

10/05/11 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) will close State Road 17  between State Road 8 and State Road 10 beginning Monday, October 10, so Norfolk Southern Railroad can replace the crossing surface. During the work, southbound traffic will be directed west on S.R. 8, south on State Road 23 (S.R. 23) and east...
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Project-Based Learning at Washington Elementary

October 4, 2011
Project-Based Learning at Washington Elementary

10/05/11 Washington Elementary Principal, Michele Riise, has spent the last 24 years in education, with 14 of those in administration roles. Now, in her eighth year as principal of Washington, she is taking on a whole new approach to elementary instruction using project-based learning. Riise said, “We need to teach our children 21st Century...
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REPUBLICAN CITY COMMITTEE PASTA BUFFET

October 4, 2011
REPUBLICAN CITY COMMITTEE PASTA BUFFET

10/05/11 The Republican City Committee will be having a Pasta Buffet Fundraiser on Saturday October 8th at Christo’s Banquet Center. Featured speaker will be 2nd District Congressional Candidate Jackie Walorski.  Social Hour is 6:00 PM and Dinner is at 7.  All proceeds benefit the Republican City Committee.  Cost is $20 per person or $35...
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