Archive - Sep 29, 2010 - Latest News
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Amramp, the newest division of Pathfinder Ser-vices, has partnered with Rebuilding Together in Plymouth for its non-profit efforts at comprehensive human and community development.
Rebuilding Together applied for a grant from the Marshall County Community Foundation to purchase materials to install a ramp for a Plymouth family and received the grant. The team worked to build a custom playhouse which was raffled at the Blueberry Festival to raise additional funds to build a ramp.
PLYMOUTH â€” Itâ€™s been a fun ride according to Jeff Jones, President of Anco Office Products.
â€śBack when we opened, we had no outside commercial accounts,â€ť he said â€śDad serviced our customersâ€™ mechanical machines and I delivered most of the items on my Suzuki motorcycle!â€ť
In 1975, Jones and his father bought out Anco Office Equipment on Water Street and moved to Michigan Street to the building formerly occupied by Plymouth Office Supply.
PLYMOUTH â€” The interpretation of the Indiana State codes concerning filing â€śconflict of interestâ€ť statements prompted the Marshall County Democrat-ic Party to not only issue a press release Monday, but also to file an official complaint with the Marshall County Prosecutorâ€™s office.
In its press release, the Democrats assert that current Marshall County Councilwoman Judith Stone, failed to file â€śconflict of interestâ€ť statements concerning county projects and payments made to two companies (Custom Tower Sys-tems, Inc. and CTS Realty) in which Stoneâ€™s husband has a 50 percent interest.
PLYMOUTH â€” Although many area yards had a crouton-like look and feel over the last six weeks, it has been a lucky summer for Marshall County and much of Northern Indiana.
Currently 54 Indiana counties were locked into active burn bans, while Marshall County entered fall without making the sizable list.