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Archive for September, 2013

9/3/13 SCOREBOARD

September 4, 2013

PLYMOUTH BOYS SOCCER fell to Bremen 6-4 last night.  Despite a  good start scoring the first two goals, the defense then preceded to surrender 3 straight by the end of the half.   Bremen held on to the lead for good in the second half. First Half:                  P – Clay Marshall (Ronaldo Garcia)...
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Plymouth Yoder’s U12 Win Blueberry Tourney

September 4, 2013
Plymouth Yoder’s U12 Win Blueberry Tourney

  09/05/13 This past weekend the Plymouth Yoder’s 12U travel team won the Blueberry Festival 12U baseball tournament.  This is the first time under the coaching of Bob Caban that the Plymouth team has won this tournament.   After winning both of their pool play games the weekend before the boys were a number...
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ANNA B. McKEE – 89 – from Plymouth

September 3, 2013
ANNA B. McKEE – 89 – from Plymouth

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Knox Man Seriously Injured in Crash after High Speed Pursuit

September 3, 2013
Knox Man Seriously Injured in Crash after High Speed Pursuit

  09/04/13  On Sunday, September 1st at approximately  7:15 p.m. the Marshall County Dispatch Center received a call from Starke County advising of a speeding motorcycle east bound from 1100 East.  A Starke County Officer was able to clock the motorcycle traveling at 101 mph.    Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputies Joe Giordano and Jonathan...
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City Police Officers Make Arrests

September 3, 2013
City Police Officers Make Arrests

  09/04/13  On Monday, September 2nd at approximately 4:17 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Jeremy Enyart located and identified 30 year old Brian A. Harding of Plymouth at the Blueberry Festival in Centennial Park.  Harding had an active warrant for his arrest.  When officer’s detained Mr. Harding he was found to be in possession of...
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Cars and Races during 2nd Friday in Downtown Plymouth

September 3, 2013
Cars and Races during 2nd Friday in Downtown Plymouth

  08/23/13  This month’s “Second Friday” event sponsored by the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce will be held on Friday, September 13th from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Garro Street between Michigan and Center Street.    Come down and see brand new vehicles from Oliver Ford Lincoln, Country Chevrolet, Tim Martin Buick GMC and...
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County Expands Online Permiting

September 3, 2013
County Expands Online Permiting

  09/04/13 Marshall County Building Director, Chuck DeWitt announced the expansion of the Online Services System during the commissioner’s meeting Monday.  Marshall County with cooperation of the towns of Argos, Bourbon, Bremen and Culver are pleased to provide the citizens of Marshall County online access to apply for an electric permit 24 hours a...
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September is National Preparedness Month

September 3, 2013
September is National Preparedness Month

  09/04/13 Marshall County’s Emergency Management Director, Clyde Avery is encouraging businesses and citizens to take action during September.  He said, “The goal for this year’s National Preparedness Campaign is to increase the overall number of individuals, families and communities that engage in preparedness action at home, work, schools and place of worship.”  ...
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Bourbon Police Arrest Griffith Man for Marijuana

September 3, 2013
Bourbon Police Arrest Griffith Man for Marijuana

  09/04/13  On Sunday, August 25th at approximately 2:04 a.m. Bourbon Police Officer Mark A. Hoppus  conducted a traffic stop at US 30 and Plymouth-Goshen Trail.   32 year old Miguel Angel Torres of Griffith, Indiana was stopped for speeding.  During the course of the traffic stop Officer Hoppus observed paraphernalia in clear view inside...
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Mil-tek Balers Reduce Tons of Waste at Indiana’s Largest Four-Day Festival

September 3, 2013
Mil-tek Balers Reduce Tons of Waste at Indiana’s Largest Four-Day Festival

  09/04/13 Mil-tek Indiana is in the business of making waste management more efficient. Their work was on display over Labor Day Weekend at the Marshall County Blueberry Festival, Indiana’s largest four-day festival, which draws crowd of 500,000 annually. Mil-tek, one of the festival sponsors, worked closely with Republic Services and the festival “Green...
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