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Marijuana-like Products in State, Bill Moves to House

January 20, 2011
Marijuana-like Products in State, Bill Moves to House

01/21/11 Senate lawmakers by a 47-0 vote Thursday approved a bill authored by State Senator Ed Charbonneau, the Republican from Valparaiso,  banning pot-like products across Indiana and creating stiff penalties for using and selling the substances. Senate Bill 57 now moves to the House of Representatives for consideration. “These harmful intoxicants need to be off...
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PIDCO Annual Meeting

January 20, 2011
PIDCO Annual Meeting

01/21/11 The Plymouth Industrial Development Corporation will be holding its annual meeting at noon, Janury 27th at Christo’s Banquet Center.  Anyone interested in purchasing PIDCO stock and hearing more about PIDCO and its work on the redevelopment of Historic Downtown Plymouth is encouraged to attend.  The speaker will be Stu Summers a consultant who...
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Year-End Report for Plymouth Fire Department

January 20, 2011
Year-End Report for Plymouth Fire Department

01/21/11 Plymouth Fire Chief Andy Metsker presented his year end report to the Board of Public Works and Safety last week.  Emergency Medial Service workers responded to 2,110 calls in 2010. While firefighters responded to 276 emergency fire situations and assisted EMS a total 1,746 times.  Fire fighters were cancelled in route 88 times...
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City Officers Make Wednesday Arrests

January 20, 2011
City Officers Make Wednesday Arrests

01/21/11 Plymouth Police Officer Gary Cleveland served a warrant on30 year old Jose Ruiz Wednesday afternoon about 4:30.  Ruiz was located at his home at 407 ½ West Washington Street.  The body attachment was for civil contempt of court and issued by Circuit Court.  Jose Ruiz was booked into the Marshall County Jail at...
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Indiana Author Releases New Children’s Book

January 20, 2011
Indiana Author Releases New Children’s Book

01/21/11 This week, North-Central Indiana author Douglas A. Ziesemer celebrates the nationwide release of his new children’s book, “Kenzie’s Big Question,” a snapshot of a moment in the life of a young girl and her grandparents. The sincerity and innocence of her big question encourages a warm and wondrous response from her papa, a...
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BPA Members Take First in District Leadership Conference

January 20, 2011
BPA Members Take First in District Leadership Conference

01/21/11 BPA sponsor Chad Miley wanted to make sure students involved in BPA received congratulations for an outstanding performance at this year’s 2011 District Leadership Conference that took place last Saturday in Warsaw. He said,  “I am so proud of their performance and the way they represented our school and community with true class.  I...
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DONNELLY VOTES AGAINST HEALTH CARE REFORM REPEAL

January 20, 2011
DONNELLY VOTES AGAINST HEALTH CARE REFORM REPEAL

01/21/11 Wednesday, Congressman Joe Donnelly voted against H.R. 2, which would repeal the health care reform law enacted last year.  He released the following statement: “I’m disappointed that Republicans in Congress are spending time pushing a bill that has no chance of becoming law,” said Donnelly.  “We should be using this time to instead...
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Advisory Message issued by Marshall County Emergency Management

January 20, 2011
Advisory Message issued by Marshall County Emergency Management

Thursday January 20, 2011 7:45 AM EST **Wind Chill Advisory** in effect from 11pm until Noon on Friday. Wind Chill values of 15-20 below are possible. National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Advisory which is in effect from 11pm tonight until Noon Friday. Wind chill values of 15-20 below are possible. Wind...
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Fire Destroys Pole Barn on Commissioner Roose’s Property

January 19, 2011
Fire Destroys Pole Barn on Commissioner Roose’s Property

01/20/11 Marshall County Commissioner Jack Roose was awakened by his wife Dawn Wednesday morning about 1:15.  She told him she though the garage was on fire.  The north side of their 30 feet by 50 feet pole barn was totally engulfed.   Jack attempted to rescue a couple of the vehicles parked inside on the...
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Statement from Superintendent Tyree on Issue at High School

January 19, 2011
Statement from Superintendent Tyree on Issue at High School

01/20/11  Plymouth Community School Superintendent Dan Tyree released the following statement Wednesday afternoon concerning an issue with a teacher at the high school: “WNDU ran a story last night and this morning concerning a staff member. It is true that we are currently investigating an issue involving a member at Plymouth High School.  In...
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