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Safe Taken in Break-in at Mayflower

January 24, 2011
Safe Taken in Break-in at Mayflower

01/25/11 On the morning of Sunday, January 16th at 10:45 a.m. the Plymouth Police Department received a report regarding a break-in and theft at the Mayflower Tavern in Plymouth.  The burglary and theft had occurred after closing on the night of January 15th. Evidence at the scene indicated that unknown subject(s) who had entered...
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County Police Investigte Truck Stolen from Northern Equip.

January 24, 2011
County Police Investigte Truck Stolen from Northern Equip.

01/25/11 County Police Officer Jordan Rans was dispatched Sunday morning about 5 a.m. to Northern Equipment at 16465 Lincoln Highway West for the report of a stolen vehicle.  Sometime between the hours of 12 a.m. and 5 a.m.  a 1987 International flatbed truck was stolen from the property.  The truck was described as having...
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Candidates Begin Filing for Municipal Elections

January 24, 2011
Candidates Begin Filing for Municipal Elections

01/25/11 Candidates for the 2011 Municipal Elections have begun to file their intentions in the Marshall County Clerk’s Officer according to Shelly Brown, Deputy for Voter Registration. On Wednesday January 19th current Town Clerk Treasurer Janet M. Anglemyer filed on the Republican ticket for re-election as Clerk Treasurer for Bremen.  Others filing last week...
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City Officers Make Weekend Arrests

January 24, 2011
City Officers Make Weekend Arrests

01/25/11 Officer Jason Dobbins with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop just before 7 p.m. Thursday at North Oak Drive and Harrison Street.  30 year old Brandon A. Birchmeier of Thayer Street was taken into custody and booked for theft from Wal-Mart.  He was booked in at 7:30 p.m. with a $1,000...
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Miller’s Residents Heat Things Up with Hawaiian Luau Buffet

January 24, 2011
Miller’s Residents Heat Things Up with Hawaiian Luau Buffet

01/25/11 While the weather remains cold outside the residents of Miller’s Senior Living Community heated things up inside last week with a Hawaiian Luau Buffet.  The Marketing and Activity department decorated using a beach theme and the dietary department provided a lovely Hawaiian buffet including Oahu Coconut Shrimp and Big Island Sweet and Sour...
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DONNELLY-BACKED ETHANOL BOOST APPROVED FOR MORE VEHICLES

January 24, 2011
DONNELLY-BACKED ETHANOL BOOST APPROVED FOR MORE VEHICLES

01/25/11 Friday, Congressman Joe Donnelly applauded an announcement made by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approving E15 gasoline for vehicles from model years 2001 to 2006.  E15 is a blend of gasoline containing 15 percent ethanol, an increase of 50 percent over the previously allowed E10.  Since coming to Congress in 2007, Congressman...
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Jana’s Gymnasts Participate in Indy Competition

January 24, 2011
Jana’s Gymnasts Participate in Indy Competition

01/25/11  Jana’s Gymnastics competed in the Circle of Stars Gymnastics Meet in Indianapolis on January 21st and 22nd.  Jana’s Bronze team secured a very impressive 5th place finish.  The Circle of Stars Gymnastics Meet is one of the largest in the United States with over 4,000 gymnasts competing over a 3-day weekend.  Teams from...
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Dembowski Disappointed in First 3 Weeks in Session

January 24, 2011
Dembowski Disappointed in First 3 Weeks in Session

01/25/11  The Indiana General Assembly has just wrapped up the third week of its 2011 session and Representative Nancy Dembowski offered her statehouse report Monday morning. The current leadership in Indianapolis tells us that there is a need to take action as quickly as possible on issues that concern us all: finding jobs for...
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Mayor Senter to Run for Re-election

January 23, 2011
Mayor Senter to Run for Re-election

01/24/11 Thursday morning during the Marshall County Republican Breakfast Mayor Mark Senter made his official announcement on re-election and said, “I want to formally announce that I will be seeking a second term as your mayor!” During his speech said that his father had been active in Speedway, IN and said, “He is my...
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“Friend Report”

January 23, 2011
“Friend Report”

01/24/10 State Representative Bill Friend offered his weekly “Friend Report” this week and said, “Hopefully, we, as a General Assembly, can enact meaningful legislation that benefits our entire state.  This leads into the 603 bills filed in the House this session.” Each House legislator (100 legislators total) was limited to filing a maximum of...
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