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Archive for February, 2017

SEVERE WEATHER POSSIBLE THIS AFTERNOON-EVENING

February 24, 2017
SEVERE WEATHER POSSIBLE THIS AFTERNOON-EVENING

Severe storms are possible this afternoon and evening with damaging winds being the main threat. Gusts could be between 50-60 mph or stronger. Gusts this strong can bring down trees or large branches and cause power outages and damage to property. Short-lived tornadoes and hail up to one inch in diameter are also possible. The...
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Minor Injuries in Michigan Road Accident

February 24, 2017
Minor Injuries in Michigan Road Accident

Emergency responders were dispatched to North Michigan Road between 6C and 6A Road Thursday afternoon for a personal injury accident. A north bound pick-up truck rear-ended an SUV.  The driver of the SUV was transported to the Plymouth Hospital for minor injuries.
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Grand Opening at Got Game?

February 24, 2017
Grand Opening at Got Game?

Thursday afternoon a new business in downtown Plymouth held their official Grand Opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony.  Got Game? is located at 118 West LaPorte Street. This small store in downtown Plymouth is spreading the love of games.  Do you enjoy playing Dungeons and Dragons, Pokémon, Magic the Gathering or others? Stop in...
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Head: Task Force’s Work to Curb Substance Abuse and Suicide Culminates in Passage of Senate Bills

February 23, 2017
Head: Task Force’s Work to Curb Substance Abuse  and Suicide Culminates in Passage of Senate Bills

Several measures authored by State Senator Randy Head (R-Logansport) that resulted from the recommendations of the Substance Abuse and Child Safety Task Force, which is a subcommittee of the Commission on Improving the Status of Children, passed the full Senate today.   “Over the past year, the Substance Abuse and Child Safety Task Force...
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Basketball Tourney Ticket Sales on Friday and Monday

February 23, 2017
Basketball Tourney Ticket Sales on Friday and Monday

Plymouth High School will be selling boys basketball sectional tickets here in the athletic office on Friday and Monday from 7:30 – 4:00 pm. Single session tickets for the Plymouth vs. SB Washington game on Tuesday night are $6 each.  The school also has a limited number of all-tourney tickets @ $10 each. Plymouth plays Tuesday.  Game starts at 7:30 pm with doors opening...
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Mishler and Eckerty: Career and Technical Education Bill Passes Committee

February 23, 2017
Mishler and Eckerty: Career and Technical Education Bill Passes Committee

A bill authored by State Senators Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen) and Doug Eckerty (R-Yorktown) to improve Career and Technical Education (CTE) passed the Senate Committee on Appropriations Thursday by a vote of 10-3.   Senate Bill 198 makes various changes to CTE funding, including increasing funding for courses in high-wage, high-demand job fields. Other major changes include: ·        Transferring...
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Knox Woman Arrested in Plymouth for Heroin

February 23, 2017
Knox Woman Arrested in Plymouth for Heroin

Wednesday morning City Police Officer Bob DeLee stopped a truck in the 200 block of West Madison Street because the license plate did not match the vehicle description. The driver, 34 year old Terri Fields of Knox was found to be driving on a suspended license with priors. When officers searcher the truck they...
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Miller’s and Quentin Donate to Humane Society

February 23, 2017
Miller’s and Quentin Donate to Humane Society

The month of February has been kind to the Marshall County Humane Society.  It has become customary for the MCHS to have their annual Baked Potato and Salad Bar during the month.  This is one of their biggest fundraisers and is something that everyone looks forward to attending. It has also become a tradition...
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Park Board to Hold Public Hearing on LARE Grant March 6th

February 23, 2017
Park Board to Hold Public Hearing on LARE Grant March 6th

During the March meeting of the Plymouth Park and Recreation Board, a public hearing will be held on the LARE (Lake And River Enhancement) Grant. The board will be seeking input from the public regarding the design and study of bank stabilization, the walking bridge on East Laporte Street, and the canoe / kayak...
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Bremen ISP Post Welcomes New Detective

February 23, 2017
Bremen ISP Post Welcomes New Detective

Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas Carter recently announced the reclassification of Trooper Ryan R. Hovarter to the position of detective. Detective Hovarter earned his assignment to Field Investigations through completion of written testing and a competitive interview process. Hovarter, a six year veteran of the Indiana State Police, graduated from LaVille High School in...
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