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Library to Host Bubble Day in the Park

July 1, 2011
Library to Host Bubble Day in the Park

7/5/11 The Plymouth Public Library’s annual Bubble Day event is scheduled for Wednesday, July 6th in Centennial Park. This is your chance to be covered in a giant soap bubble.  Kids are invited to fill the park with bubbles.  They will have fun with a variety of bubble wands and will be entertained for...
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TAC Member Questions Answered by Asst. Superintendent

June 30, 2011
TAC Member Questions Answered by Asst. Superintendent

07/01/11 Plymouth School Administrators, Superintendent Daniel Tyree and Assistant Superintendent Rodger Smith, and Maintenance Director, Dave Schoof, presented an overview of the roofing projects for the school corporation’s buildings at a TAC (Tax Awareness Committee) meeting on Thursday night. Smith began by giving an overview of the process they used to determine the needs....
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Tanner’s Plea Accepted in Cemetery Vandalism

June 30, 2011
Tanner’s Plea Accepted in Cemetery Vandalism

07/01/11 On Thursday, June 30, 2011 at 9:00 am Jonathan Tanner 21, of Plymouth entered the court room in Marshall County Superior Court #1 with his Attorney Ed Ruiz to decide his fate in his part of the Oak Hill Cemetery vandalism back in October 2010. On October 5th at 1:35 pm, Investigator Ted...
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Fundraising for New Tech High School Ahead of Game

June 30, 2011
Fundraising for New Tech High School Ahead of Game

07/01/11  Plymouth School Superintendent Dan Tyree updated the board on the progress of obtaining the necessary monies to launch the New Tech High School. He said, “Through grants and donations, we already have $260,000.” Tyree said, “We plan to continue fundraising through July.” He also noted that most of the donations are five-year gifts,...
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Family Express Seeks Alcoholic Permit for New Store on S. Michigan St.

June 30, 2011
Family Express Seeks Alcoholic Permit for New Store on S. Michigan St.

07/01/11  The Alcohol Beverage Board of Marshall County will hold a public hearing on July 1 concerning an alcoholic beverage (beer and wine) permit for applicant Family Express Corporation. The permit would be for a new store at 1351 S. Michigan St., Plymouth. The building is currently under construction. In November of 2010, Mike...
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Speaker Bosma Announces Interim Committee Assignments

June 30, 2011
Speaker Bosma Announces Interim Committee Assignments

07/01/11 House Republican Speaker Brian C. Bosma (R-Indianapolis) has announced interim committee assignments for members of the Indiana House of Representatives. “I am pleased that the legislature will begin working on important issues to prepare for the 2012 legislative session,” said Speaker Bosma. “These committees will lay the foundation for much of the legislation...
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Trains Will Run at the Museum on Saturday

June 30, 2011
Trains Will Run at the Museum on Saturday

07/01/11 Elizabeth Garza, Curator for the Marshall County Historical Society and Museum is encouraging citizens to spend some time at the museum during the holiday.  Garza wants to remind everyone that this Saturday, July 2nd from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Marshall County Museum is going to be running their 8 by 40...
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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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