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Kiwanis Offers Pancakes and Parking at Blueberry

August 27, 2013
Kiwanis Offers Pancakes and Parking at Blueberry

  08/28/13 Members of the Plymouth Chapter of Kiwanis group will be flipping pancakes and parking cars during this year’s Blueberry Festival to raise funds for local charities.   Starting on Saturday, August 31 and running through September 2nd, you can visit their booth in the food court at Centennial Park for blueberry pancakes...
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Indiana Conservation Officers Stress Safety on the Water and in the Woods

August 27, 2013
Indiana Conservation Officers Stress Safety on the Water and in the Woods

  08/28/13 Labor Day weekend typically marks the end to the summer boating season   for Hoosiers and the beginning of Indiana hunting seasons. Indiana Conservation Officers are encouraging boaters to continue to be mindful of safe boating techniques during the final days of summer and for hunters to revisit their safety plans. The best...
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City Council Puts $1.2 Million in Rainy Day for Stellar Community Program

August 26, 2013
City Council Puts $1.2 Million in Rainy Day for Stellar Community Program

  08/27/13 The City of Plymouth has been a bright spot on the map of Marshall County for 140 years.  Not only is it a great place to call home, but also, a shining example of the possibilities of a rural Hoosier City.  Some of what makes Plymouth so special is its location at...
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Lowell Man Arrested for Possession of Marijuana

August 26, 2013
Lowell Man Arrested for Possession of Marijuana

  08/27/13  On Saturday, August 24th at approximately 8:15 a.m. Marshall County Deputy Les McFarland conducted a traffic stop at 3rd Road and West Shore Drive at Lake of the Woods.  During the investigation of the traffic stop, Deputy McFarland located what was believed to be marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the vehicle that...
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City Police Make Weekend Arrests

August 26, 2013
City Police Make Weekend Arrests

  08/27/13 On Saturday, August 24th at approximately 9:00 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Shanna Gilmer initiated a traffic stop on a motorcycle that was observed driving recklessly on North Michigan Street.  During the investigation it was found that 40 year old Reynaldo Rodriguez of Plymouth had never received a driver’s license.  Mr.  Rodriguez was...
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Triton Offers Dual Credit Professional Education Class

August 26, 2013
Triton Offers Dual Credit Professional Education Class

  08/27/13 John Yeager, the Author of Smart Strengths was at Triton Elementary to give a presentation to the Educational Professionals I class of Triton High School. This class is teaching High School Students the ins and outs of Education and preparing them for the field of education. The Teacher Interns took the Strengths...
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Golf Cart Fire at Jellystone Spreads to Park Model, Extensive Damage

August 26, 2013
Golf Cart Fire at Jellystone Spreads to Park Model, Extensive Damage

  08/27/13 Thursday afternoon about 1:40 firefighters with the Plymouth Fire Department responded to the Jellystone Campground at the intersection of US 30 and Redwood Road for the report a three golf carts on fire with one totally engulfed.    Firefighters were escorted down Geyser Gap, that parallels with US 30, to the location...
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Three Injured in Motorcycle Charity Ride

August 26, 2013
Three Injured in Motorcycle Charity Ride

  08/27/13  On Saturday, August 24th at approximately 1:55 p.m. the Marshall County Dispatch Center in the Sheriff’s Department received a report of a two vehicle accident on State Road 10 near the West County Line.  Arriving on scene it was learned that 47 year old Gina Gaines of Plymouth was driving a 2005...
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CONGRESSWOMAN WALORSKI ANNOUNCES STAFF OFFICE HOURS IN PLYMOUTH

August 26, 2013
CONGRESSWOMAN WALORSKI ANNOUNCES STAFF OFFICE HOURS IN PLYMOUTH

  08/27/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) announced that a member of her staff will be holding office hours on Wednesday, August 28th from 1 – 4 p.m.at the Plymouth Council Chambers to assist constituents with casework and official business.    Residents who cannot attend the listed office hours are encouraged to contact Brian Spaulding...
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Miller’s Residents Enjoy Presentation on “The Golden Age of Radio”

August 26, 2013
Miller’s Residents Enjoy Presentation on “The Golden Age of Radio”

  08/27/13 In honor of NATIONAL RADIO DAY which was Tuesday, August 20th, volunteer Annette Ray designed a slide show presentation  titled “The Golden Age of Radio” for the residents of Miller’s Senior Living Community.  Ray, who enjoys researching topics, found quite a bit of information about different types of radio and the impact...
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