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Archive for September, 2016

Harris Arrested for OWI with a Prior Charge

September 27, 2016
Harris Arrested for OWI with a Prior Charge

26 year old Tyler Harris of Plymouth was arrested Sunday (9/25/16) morning about 4:45 at the intersection of Oak Drive and West Jefferson Street.   Plymouth Police Officer Wally Derifield conducted the traffic stop and found Harris to the Driving Under the Influence. He was booked into the Marshall County Jail with a blood...
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1st Source Bank provides tips to protect consumers against ATM skimming fraud

September 27, 2016
1st Source Bank provides tips to protect consumers against ATM skimming fraud

1st Source Bank is encouraging the public to be on the lookout for “skimming devices” placed on ATMs by thieves in an attempt to steal debit card numbers and PINs. ATM skimming fraud is increasing nationally and in our local area as well.   1st Source Bank itself recently detected skimming devices on a...
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Tolson Arrested for Theft from Wal-Mart

September 27, 2016
Tolson Arrested for Theft from Wal-Mart

  Saturday evening about 8:15 Officer McIntyre with the Plymouth Police Department was dispatched to Wal-Mart for a theft complaint.   28 year old Franke Tolson of LaPaz was seen concealing items and attempting to leave the store without paying for them by an Asset Protection Associate with Wal-Mart.   Ms. Tolson was then...
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Take Action and Be Disaster Ready: Citizens in Marshall

September 27, 2016
Take Action and Be Disaster Ready: Citizens in Marshall

  Citizens in Marshall  County are encouraged to join National PrepareAthon! Day on September 30 and take action to improve your emergency preparedness and resilience to disasters.   “It’s important to be proactive about emergency preparedness so you know what to do if disaster strikes,” said FEMA Region V Administrator Andrew Velasquez III. “Engage your family,...
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Ponderosa Raises $300 for PHS JAG Program

September 27, 2016
Ponderosa Raises $300 for PHS JAG Program

  On September 19th the Plymouth High School Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program hosted a fundraiser at Ponderosa Steakhouse in Plymouth!   Ponderosa donated 10% of the purchases of meals that night to PHS JAG program.   Altogether JAG raised close to $300.   JAG Specialist Cari Sharpe thanked Ponderosa for the opportunity...
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Lady Pilgrims beat Glenn

September 27, 2016
Lady Pilgrims beat Glenn

@ Plymouth Varsity – Plymouth defeated John Glenn 25-20, 25-10, 25-13 Plymouth Stat Leaders: Kills – McKenzie Scheetz 9, Mercedes Bastardo 5 Assists – Bailey Eveland 13, Kendall Rhodes 12 Digs – Ashley Harrell 16, Kennedy Snyder 10, Kendall Rhodes 6 Blocks – Alivia Longley 3, Kenzie Quissell 2, Bastardo 2 Aces – Longley...
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Dragons stay unbeaten

September 27, 2016

Argos 8, North Miami 1                  at Argos First half Argos                    Vincent Stone (Matt Crum)                                         6th North Miami      Connor Hanaway (Trevor Blakely)                            13th Argos                    Tyler Betz                                                                            14th Argos                    Owen Nifong (Stone)                                                     21st Argos                    Zac Trump                                                                           23rd Argos                    Stone                                                                                    24th Argos                    Jacob Olds (Josiah Osborn)                                          25th Argos                    Stone (Koleman Norris)                                                32nd Second half Argos                    Alex Stearns (Chino Roque)                                        74th Shots on goal:  Argos-15, North Miami-4 Saves: Argos-3 (Kyle Fishburn 2, Brody Bennett 1), North Miami-7 (Ethan...
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Viking Paper Seeks Tax Abatement for $3.5 Million Expansion Project

September 27, 2016
Viking Paper Seeks Tax Abatement for $3.5 Million Expansion Project

Monday night the Plymouth Common Council took the first step in the Tax Abatement process for Viking Paper on Pidco Drive by declaring the property to be in an economic revitalization area. Justin Mooter, President of Viking Paper told council members the family owned company was founded in 1981 in Toledo and expanded to...
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No Public Comment During Public Hearing on 2017 Budget Pre-adoption

September 26, 2016
No Public Comment During Public Hearing on 2017 Budget Pre-adoption

The Plymouth Common Council conducted a public hearing for the 2017 budget during Monday night’s meeting. With more than a million dollars need to cut from the requests, City Clerk Treasurer Jeannie Xaver told common council members working with the Mayor and department heads they were able to cut $1,172,000. Cuts made to next...
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OWI leads to Top Ten List for Jail Bookings in August

September 26, 2016
OWI leads to Top Ten List for Jail Bookings in August

Operating While Intoxicated topped the list of reasons why individuals were lodged in the Marshall County Jail in August. The top ten reasons for bookings into the jail last month were OWI followed by Failure to Appear, Operator Never Licensed, Marijuana and Driving While Suspended.  Rounding out the top ten was Probation Violation, Theft,...
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