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Archive for May, 2017

Van Strikes House after Crash at Harrison & Center Streets

May 9, 2017
Van Strikes House after Crash at Harrison & Center Streets

A two vehicle crash Monday afternoon sent a Plymouth woman to Saint Joseph Hospital in Plymouth with minor injuries. At 1:40 emergency responders were dispatched to Harrison and Center Streets where 86 year old Sara Lopez of Plymouth was northbound on Center Street in a 2001 Dodge Caravan and failed to yield the right...
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Pair Arrested Sunday Morning for P.I.

May 9, 2017
Pair Arrested Sunday Morning for P.I.

Plymouth Police arrested a couple early Sunday morning at 300 West LaPorte Street after being called to the residence for a possible domestic fight in progress.     About 2 o’clock in the morning Officer Paul Stamper was dispatched to the residence.  He found 41 year old Timothy Howard and 29 year old Nora...
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Donnelly Outlines Agenda to Improve Quality of Life for Hoosier Families

May 9, 2017
Donnelly Outlines Agenda to Improve Quality of Life for Hoosier Families

                 Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly Tuesday released his Foundation for Families Agenda, a series of policy proposals aimed at improving the quality of life for hard-working Hoosier families. Donnelly’s agenda includes: paid family and medical leave so that workers can bond with a new child...
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Dinsmore Arrested on Failure to Appear Warrant

May 9, 2017
Dinsmore Arrested on Failure to Appear Warrant

Monday afternoon, just before four, Plymouth Police Officer Krynock observed 56 year old Jody L. Dinsmore exiting the Plymouth City Building.  Knowing there was an active warrant for her arrest the officer took her into custody and transported her to the Marshall County Jail. Dinsmore was held with No Bond for Failure to Appear...
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Plymouth 10u Defeats Bremen

May 9, 2017

Boys of Summer action resumed Friday night, as the Bremen Lions traveled to Ed Hess Field to play the Emergency Service’s Plymouth 10u baseball club. This, the second game of a home-and-away series, saw the Pilgrims beat Bremen 5-8, winning both games. The cool, crisp wind was swirling at first pitch; Plymouth starter Caleb Bowling began...
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PCSC Retires to be Honored at Annual Teachers Appreciation Dinner

May 9, 2017
PCSC Retires to be Honored at Annual Teachers Appreciation Dinner

        Two Plymouth Community School Corporation teachers and Superintendent Daniel Tyree will be retiring at the end of the 2016-2017 school year.  Denies Ecker will retire with 33 years while Rita Large has 42 and a half years in and Dan Tyree with 41 years. The three of them will be...
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Man Arrested for Making 60 Plus 911 Calls

May 9, 2017
Man Arrested for Making 60 Plus 911 Calls

A man with a Jacksonville, North Carolina address was arrested by Plymouth Police Officer Tim Taberski early Tuesday morning for Harassment by way of Telephone Calls and False Informing. 39 year old Douglas J. Mattice was located about 2:45 in the morning near room 137 at the Economy Inn on North Michigan Street. Officer...
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What’s Your Opinion 5-8-17

May 9, 2017


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What’s Your Opinion 5-5-17

May 9, 2017


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Plymouth football meeting Thursday

May 9, 2017

Summer is quickly approaching and FOOTBALL SEASON will be here. Please note the following important dates starting with THIS THURSDAY, MAY 11TH!   Please note that due to rescheduled sporting events and volleyball camp the meeting has been pushed back to 7:30 pm. May 11th: PARENT & PLAYER Informational Meeting, 7:30 pm. (multi-purpose room, PHS)  Information tables with schedules, forms and...
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