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M.C. Extension Board Annual Meeting 11-13-14

November 6, 2014
M.C. Extension Board Annual Meeting 11-13-14

The Marshall County Purdue Extension Board will hold their annual meeting on Thursday, November 13th at the Pretty Lake Church beginning at 6:30 p.m. This year’s guest speaker is Otto Doering. Doering is Director of Purdue’s Climate Change Research Center, a public policy specialist, and professor of Agricultural Economics at Purdue. He teaches, does...
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Access Ancilla Day 11-12-14

November 6, 2014
Access Ancilla Day 11-12-14

Access Ancilla Day is an open house for the public and anyone interested in taking classes, changing their future, and earning a degree at Ancilla College. Attendees will get a free lunch, campus tour, information sessions about degree programs, financial aid and more! Lunch and parking is free, but please reserve your spot today....
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DNR receives grant to help communities recover from ash borer

November 6, 2014
DNR receives grant to help communities recover from ash borer

Indiana communities in the Great Lakes watershed can apply to receive portions of $100,000 in federal grant money to use for tree-planting projects to improve water quality. Planting trees will help mitigate the communities’ loss of trees affected by the emerald ash borer insect (EAB), according to Carrie Tauscher, director of the DNR Division...
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52 year old Woman Arrested for Intent to Distribute Drugs on Park Property

November 6, 2014
52 year old Woman Arrested for Intent to Distribute Drugs on Park Property

At 3:40 P.M. on Wednesday, November 5th a caller contacted the Plymouth Police Department and advised that a 16 year old female had been approached by 52 year old Diane L. Braasch of Berkley Street in Plymouth asking if she would want to purchase some prescription pills from her. The caller advised that Braasch...
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City Plan Commission Discusses Parking Lot Landscaping Standards

November 6, 2014
City Plan Commission Discusses Parking Lot Landscaping Standards

Members of the Plymouth Plan Commission discussed individual thoughts of revising the parking lot landscaping requirements during their meeting Wednesday night. Plan Consultant Ralph Booker wanted the parking lot review committee to hear what commission members were thinking. Many of the most recent variance requests have pertained to the landscaping requirement. Member Doug Feece...
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State Releases School Grades

November 6, 2014
State Releases School Grades

The Indiana Department of Education released the grade cards for Indiana schools on Wednesday. The grades had been slated to be made public on October 15, but questions concerning five schools delayed the Indiana State Board of Education approval. Beginning with the 2010-11 school year, that State Board of Education changed the labels of...
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Oversize Load Impacts Northern Indiana Highways Starting Thursday Night

November 5, 2014
Oversize Load Impacts Northern Indiana Highways Starting Thursday Night

The state of Indiana has permitted a slow-moving oversize, overweight load to traverse state highways with police escort during five nights beginning on or after 8 p.m. tomorrow, Nov. 6. The approximately 185-mile route will begin at S.R. 249/George Nelson Drive near the Port of Indiana – Burns Harbor and follow U.S. 12, S.R....
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PCSC to Sell old Computers, New Courses at High School

November 5, 2014
PCSC to Sell old Computers, New Courses at High School

The Plymouth School Board approved a bid for the lot purchase of outdated computers that have been replaced at Lincoln Junior High. After advertising for interested vendors, the schools received three bids. The high bid from Vintage Tech Recyclers of Romeoville, IL was $81,450. The bid, however, does come with some stipulations. After inspection...
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Commissioners Updated on Highway Department Activity

November 5, 2014
Commissioners Updated on Highway Department Activity

The Marshall County Highway Department had a number of items to discuss with the Commissions during their meeting Monday. Three letters of interest were received for the Wetland and Stream mitigation project on the 7th Road project. Frost Engineering from Mishawaka, USI Consultants from Indianapolis and Premeria from Munster are interested in A scoring...
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No Meth, No Contamination at Webster School

November 5, 2014
No Meth, No Contamination at Webster School

Plymouth School Superintendent Dan Tyree used School Reach Wednesday afternoon to let parents know of an issued that happened at the rear property of Webster Elementary School. Wednesday morning the school’s security team located a burned cooler at the rear property line of Webster School. It was suspected to be used to cook meth....
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