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STREET CLOSURE THURSDAY IN DOWNTOWN PLYMOUTH

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January 10, 2018
STREET CLOSURE THURSDAY IN DOWNTOWN PLYMOUTH

The mayor’s office has announced the closure of Garro Street on Thursday, January 11th.  Garro Street, between Michigan Street and Water Street will be closed from 7:00 a.m. until approximately 4:00 p.m. to allow Michiana Contracting to do some crane work on the city hall renovation project.
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SCAMMERS TARGETING NIPSCO CUSTOMERS THROUGHOUT INDIANA

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January 10, 2018
SCAMMERS TARGETING NIPSCO CUSTOMERS THROUGHOUT INDIANA

NIPSCO has received an influx in calls from residential and business customers reporting several hundred cases of unknown callers claiming to be affiliated with the company and demanding payment through a prepaid card. Some reports have indicated that scammers have appeared in person knocking on doors, while other reports have indicated that the company’s...
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Plymouth School Board Re-Organizes for New Year

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January 10, 2018
Plymouth School Board Re-Organizes for New Year

The Plymouth School Board elected 2018 officers during their first meeting on January 9. Todd Samuelson will continue as president for both the School Board and the Board of Finance. Larry Holloway will continue to serve as Vice-President for the School Board. Melissa Christiansen was elected again as secretary for both boards. The School...
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Bourbon Holiday Lighting Contest Winners Announced

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January 10, 2018

Bourbon Town Board President Les McFarland said they had a great response to the holiday lighting contest. Town residents could register at the clerk’s office to be included in the contest. The top three winners included Tim Mosher and Cheryl Buckles (1st); Brian and Melissa Claxton (2nd); and Erik and April Sechrist (3rd). Town...
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Donnelly Applauds President Trump’s Order to Expand Veterans Mental Health Coverage

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January 10, 2018
Donnelly Applauds President Trump’s Order to Expand Veterans Mental Health Coverage

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly Tuesday applauded President Trump’s executive order directing the Departments of Defense, Veterans Affairs, and Homeland Security to develop a plan to ensure servicemembers transitioning out of the military and back into civilian life receives mental health care for a year. All active-duty and reserve servicemembers are required to have an...
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Icy Road Conditions on US 31 Sunday Causes Winamac Man to Crash

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January 10, 2018
Icy Road Conditions on US 31 Sunday Causes Winamac Man to Crash

About 11:15 Sunday evening, January 7, Marshall County Police responded to a single vehicle Property Damage accident on US 31 in the area of 5th Road. The vehicle, a 2004 Black Pontiac Grand Prix was being driven by 20 year old John Gunter of Winamac.  Gunter told police he was traveling south on US...
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No Injuries in Crash on US 31 Near 5th Road Sunday Night

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January 10, 2018
No Injuries in Crash on US 31 Near 5th Road Sunday Night

On Sunday January 7, at approximately 11:15 at night, Marshall County Police responded to a single vehicle accident on US 31 in the area of 5th Rd. The vehicle, a 2003 Red Ford Escape was traveling south bound on US 31 when it began to lose control as a result of the “icy” road...
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No Vote on Christian Retreat Special Use at County BZA

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January 10, 2018
No Vote on Christian Retreat Special Use at County BZA

After nearly 90 minutes of discussion Tuesday night the Marshall County Board of Zoning Appeals was unable to get a vote on the “Special Use” request of Brent and Lorie Cooper to allow a Christian Retreat and event center at 11881 Gumwood Road in Bourbon. The Coopers had initially presented their request in October...
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County Council Transfers $1.5 Million to Rainy Day Fund

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January 10, 2018
County Council Transfers $1.5 Million to Rainy Day Fund

The Marshall County Rainy Day Fund will grow thanks to a transfer approved by the County Council. During Monday’s meeting, Council President Judy Stone said, “We talked in December about transferring monies to the Rainy Day Fund out of the General Fund.  I’d like to see us complete that task today.” County Auditor Julie...
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Plymouth City Council Takes Steps to transfer Funds for Phase II of Greenway Trail Project

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January 10, 2018
Plymouth City Council Takes Steps to transfer Funds for Phase II of Greenway Trail Project

Members of the Plymouth Common Council authorized the city attorney to draft a resolution to transfer funds from the Rainy Day Fund to the Greenway Trail Project Fund in anticipation of the bid letting for phase II. Monday evening Plymouth Clerk Treasurer Jeanine Xaver said the bid letting is set for February and construction...
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