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Archive for October, 2016

INDOT and Indiana State Police Team Up to Combat Highway Copper Wire Theft

October 26, 2016

The crime of copper wire theft from lights that illuminate INDOT roadways is literally highway robbery of Indiana drivers. Indiana taxpayers are being ripped-off and highway safety is being compromised. Over the last two months, lighting wire theft in INDOT Northwest district has cost Indiana taxpayers more than $100,000 in repair and replacement costs....
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Local Lions Clubs Donate Dictionaries to Triton 3rd Graders

October 26, 2016
Local Lions Clubs Donate Dictionaries to Triton 3rd Graders

Third graders at Triton Elementary enjoyed a visit from the local Lions Clubs of Bourbon and Etna Green just before fall break. Each year the Lions Club graciously brings each third grader at Triton a dictionary that can be used in school all year and then taken home at the end of the school...
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Suicide Attempt Survivor Scheduled to Speak to Thousands of PCSC Students

October 26, 2016
Suicide Attempt Survivor Scheduled to Speak to Thousands of PCSC Students

On Wednesday, October 26, Kevin Hines will be speaking to thousands of Plymouth Community School Corporation (PCSC) students. He will first be visiting Riverside Intermediate School (5th – 6th grades) from 8:20 a.m. to 9:20 a.m., Lincoln Junior High School (7th – 8th grades) from 10:00 a.m. to 11:15 a.m., and his last stop...
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Board of Works Members Support Eagle Scout Project in River Park Square

October 26, 2016
Board of Works Members Support Eagle Scout Project in River Park Square

Members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety put their support behind another Eagle Scout Project in River Park Square during Monday’s meeting. Grant Houin plans to landscape the flagpole his brother, Luke put up for his Eagle Scout project in August of 2015.  Grant plans to put bricks, bushes and flowers...
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Elkhart Man Injured in Fall from Tree Stand in Marshall County

October 25, 2016
Elkhart Man Injured in Fall from Tree Stand in Marshall County

Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating a tree stand accident that occurred about 5:15 Saturday evening October 22nd in Marshall County.  Mark Miller, age 44 from Elkhart was preparing to hunt from an elevated tree stand before falling nearly 20 feet to the ground. Emergency personnel from multiple agencies were on scene to assist with...
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GREGG, DEMOCRATS TO KICK-OFF STATEWIDE BUS TOUR SATURDAY STOP IN PLYMOUTH NOVEMBER 4TH

October 25, 2016
GREGG, DEMOCRATS TO KICK-OFF STATEWIDE BUS TOUR SATURDAY STOP IN PLYMOUTH NOVEMBER 4TH

Tuesday the Gregg for Governor Campaign announced that it will kick-off its “Moving Indiana Forward” bus tour this Saturday in Sandborn.  The tour will take John Gregg, Christina Hale and the statewide Democratic ticket to more than 50 communities across the state ending with a rally in Indianapolis the following weekend. The tour kicks-off in Gregg’s...
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No Action of Handicap Ramp for Pathfinders

October 25, 2016
No Action of Handicap Ramp for Pathfinders

Pathfinder Services at 113 Water Street approached the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety Monday night seeking a handicap access point at their new offices across from River Park Square. The representatives said there are ramps at both ends of the block but their clientele may encounter issues having to walk that far...
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Indiana Department of Insurance Corrects Misleading Media Report Regarding Obamacare Premiums in Indiana

October 25, 2016
Indiana Department of Insurance Corrects Misleading Media Report Regarding Obamacare Premiums in Indiana

The Indiana Department of Insurance Tuesday issued the following statement in response to a misleading news story about rates on the Indiana Marketplace. Specifically, the story states: “In Indiana, the benchmark plan will be 3% cheaper.” “The health insurance rates in the Indiana Marketplace are going to increase. In fact, many Hoosiers will see a double...
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Trick or Treat Activities

October 25, 2016
Trick or Treat Activities

Trick-or-treating is a Halloween custom for children in many countries. Children in costumes travel from house to house asking for treats such as candy or, in some cultures, money with the phrase “Trick or treat”. The “trick” is usually an idle threat to perform mischief on the homeowners or their property if no treat is given...
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Smith Arrested for Domestic Battery

October 25, 2016
Smith Arrested for Domestic Battery

Thursday night about 10:15 Plymouth Police were dispatched to 2401 North Michigan Street Lot 25 for a domestic disturbance. Officer Krynock investigated the complaint and determined that 42 year old Chad Smith of the North Michigan Street address was the aggressor in a domestic battery against his girlfriend. Smith was transported to the Plymouth...
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