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Arrests by City Police Officers

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April 21, 2014
Arrests by City Police Officers

04/22/14   On Thursday, April 17th at 3:43 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman initiated a traffic stop on Michigan Street at the Airport Road.   The driver, 26 year old Aaron Guyberson of South Bend was found to be Driving While Suspended with a Prior charge. He was taken into custody and transported to the...
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March 2014 Indiana Employment Report

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April 21, 2014
March 2014 Indiana Employment Report

04/22/14 Indiana’s seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate continued to drop further below the national rate in March. At 5.9 percent, the rate of unemployment in the Hoosier State is now at its lowest point since July 2008 and has declined by 2 percent over the year, which was the third largest decline in the nation.   ...
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M.C. Reading Council Celebrate Literacy Awards

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April 21, 2014
M.C. Reading Council Celebrate Literacy Awards

The Marshall County Reading Council awarded its Celebrate Literacy awards this year to the Plymouth Optimists for their generous and constant financial support of the Young Authors’ Conference and to Bremen educator Emilie Huffman.  Emilie made a difference in the lives of many children as a second and third grade teacher. Upon her retirement,...
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2014 HOSA CONFERENCE

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April 21, 2014
2014 HOSA CONFERENCE

04/22/140 Health Careers Students from Plymouth High School traveled to Indianapolis for a three day conference and competition April 14 thru16th.   Several Keynote Speakers inspired these young Health Care Professionals and challenged them to be the best provider possible. They were given opportunities to network with other Health Careers Students from Indiana and brought...
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U.S. 31 Restrictions on South Side of South Bend Delayed

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April 21, 2014
U.S. 31 Restrictions on South Side of  South Bend Delayed

  The U.S. 31 lane restrictions south of South Bend and the closure of Johnson Road planned for Monday was delayed due to utilities not completing relocations in time.  INDOT will send notification of the new restriction date as soon as the information is available.  Last week the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announced...
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Mobile Food Pantry in Argos on Tuesday

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April 21, 2014
Mobile Food Pantry in Argos on Tuesday

The Food Bank of Northern Indiana will host a Mobile Pantry on Tuesday April 22nd in Argos. The pantry will be held at the Argos United Methodist Church at 570 North Michigan Street from 10 a.m. until 12 noon.  This is an outdoor location and the event is weather dependent.  The Food Bank will...
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Speed & Alcohol May be Factor in Crash

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April 21, 2014
Speed & Alcohol May be Factor in Crash

04/22/14 On Saturday, April 19th at 3:36 P.M. the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a 911 call in reference to a single vehicle accident on Tulip Road north of 9C Road where the 1995 Mercury passenger car had struck a tree. The caller indicated that the subjects were possibly entrapped in the vehicle. Plymouth EMS...
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Maximino “Max” Mata – 48 – from Plymouth

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April 21, 2014
Maximino “Max” Mata – 48 – from Plymouth

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Spring turkey hunting season starts April 23

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April 21, 2014

Indiana’s 45th annual spring turkey hunting begins Wednesday statewide, and DNR wildlife research biologist Steve Backs is expecting harvest results similar to last year. Hunters can kill one male or bearded turkey in the spring season, which runs through May 11. A two-day youth season this past weekend gave young hunters a chance to...
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Comment on Kids Expo

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April 21, 2014

  4/21/14 I would like to take this opportunity to thank Leadership Marshall County and the four women who created the Kid’s Expo that took place on Saturday April 19th.  What a WONDERFUL event! Shelley Heiden, Beverly McDonald, Marla Murasko and Cindy Flagg created an event that this town has needed for a long...
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