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City Board of Public Works & Safety to Consider Lease for Tower Space with Internet Companies

May 24, 2011
City Board of Public Works & Safety to Consider Lease for Tower Space with Internet Companies

05/25/11  Monday night City Attorney Nelson Chipman told members of the Board of Public Works and Safety that specifications were provided to four internet providers but only two companies submitted proposals to the city.  The companies are interested in using space on the city’s water towers and or tower at the fire department to...
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COUNTRY AUTO CENTER HELPS RAISE $550 FOR AREA SCHOOL

May 24, 2011
COUNTRY AUTO CENTER HELPS RAISE $550 FOR AREA SCHOOL

05/25/11  Country Auto Center helped raise $550.00 for Riverside Intermediate School with Chrysler’s Drive for the Kids program. The fundraising event was held on May 5, 2011.  Fifty-five parents and guests each earned a $10 contribution to the school from Chrysler by taking a brief test drive in a Town & Country, the company’s...
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MCEDC asks for participation in the 2011 Michiana Wage & Benefit Survey

May 24, 2011
MCEDC asks for participation in the 2011 Michiana Wage & Benefit Survey

05/25/11 Data gathering is underway for the annual Michiana Wage & Benefit Survey.  Are you curious as to how your company’s wages and benefits compare with others in the Michiana region?  Are you looking for a basis to plan adjustments in the coming year? Companies, businesses and organizations in the seven-county Michiana region can find...
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Mayor For A Day Essay Winners

May 24, 2011
Mayor For A Day Essay Winners

05/25/11  Sixth grade students at Riverside Intermediate School in Plymouth recently participated in the 4th Annual Mayor For A Day Essay contest. A few weeks ago Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter met with the 6th graders and discussed his job duties, responsibilities and the various city departments under his control.  He also fielded a number...
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Books for Babies Project

May 24, 2011
Books for Babies Project

05/25/11  Argos 3rd graders stuffed book-bags for Marshall County’s newborn babies last week.  The Books for Babies Project is sponsored by the Marshall County Reading Council with the goal that new parents read to their babies.  The book-bags were made by volunteer sewing clubs in Florida and Marshall County.  Books were donated by Washington...
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Park Department and Miller’s Offers Free Concert for Seniors

May 24, 2011
Park Department and Miller’s Offers Free Concert for Seniors

05/25/11  Ed Parzygant of Chicago will perform at the Young Amphitheatre on Wednesday, May 25th at 2:30 p.m. He will present a tribute to Johnny Cash.  This concert is a partnership between the Plymouth Parks Department and Miller’s Senior Living Community.  The concert is free and open to senior in the Marshall County area. ...
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Stacy Wins Opener at Plymouth Speedway

May 24, 2011
Stacy Wins Opener at Plymouth Speedway

05/25/11 This past Friday night the weather was spectacular at the Plymouth Speedway for their season opener presented by Carnegie Towing. The night featured four classes of cars and hot racing action from the start of practice to the final checkered flag. In qualifying the lap times were intense. In the Dragon Racing Fuel...
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Museum Plans Open House for Military Quarters Room

May 24, 2011
Museum Plans Open House for Military Quarters Room

05/25/11 The Marshall County Museum would like to invite the public to an open house for the Military Quarters exhibit room on Thursday, May 26 from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. This room is dedicated to the service of Brigadier General David  W. Hiester, a native of Bremen. This room displays artifacts that date from...
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Marshall County Excapes Major Damage from Sunday’s Storm

May 23, 2011
Marshall County Excapes Major Damage from Sunday’s Storm

05/24/11  Sunday evening’s storm sent emergency crews around Marshall County out into the rain and wind several times.  City police responded to North Michigan Street where a large limb of a tree fell on a car that was traveling in the south bound lane. The driver, Mychelle Crissinger and her 13 year old son...
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City Council to Consider Up to A 3% Raise for 2012

May 23, 2011
City Council to Consider Up to A 3% Raise for 2012

05/24/11 Members of the Plymouth Common Council heard first reading of the 2012 Paid Holiday Ordinance.  The ordinance calls for 12 paid holidays next year including Martin Luther King Day, Good Friday and Veterans Day.  Two days are scheduled for the Thanksgiving Holiday and Christmas Holiday. Council members also held first reading of the...
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