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Wessel Arrested on Warrants and DWS

November 28, 2017
Wessel Arrested on Warrants and DWS

On Wednesday, November 22nd, 44 year old Earl Anthony Wessel was recognized by Plymouth Police Officer John Weir when he was driving by Packard Woods.  The officer knew there were warrants for his arrest and he also knew that Wessel had a suspended license with a prior charge because he had never received a...
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Tri Kappa makes Donations

November 28, 2017
Tri Kappa makes Donations

Tri Kappa sister of 21 years Terri Dennie presents Plymouth Community School nurse Audrey Downey with a $1,400.00 donation check from Tri Kappa for supplies. Tri Kappa sister of 37 years Linda Starr presents Linda Rippy of the Historical Museum with a $250.00 donation check. https://www.facebook.com/plymouthtrikappa/
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Donnelly Statement on North Korean Missile Test

November 28, 2017
Donnelly Statement on North Korean Missile Test

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly, Ranking Member of the Senate Armed Services Strategic Forces Subcommittee, released the following statement in response to North Korea’s test of a ballistic missile Tuesday. Donnelly said, “North Korea’s dangerous actions must be met with a clear, comprehensive strategy from the United States. We must show the American people, our...
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Knox Woman Arrested by County Police for OWI and Possession of Controlled Substance

November 28, 2017
Knox Woman Arrested by County Police for OWI and Possession of Controlled Substance

On Tuesday, November 21st at approximately 1:00 PM the Marshall County Sheriff`s Department was made aware of a possibly impaired driver. The suspect vehicle was located by Deputy Smith and a traffic stop was conducted on Oak Road at 7th Road. After an investigation, 30 year old Chantell Sitek of Knox was taken into...
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Don’t Take the Bait; Avoid Phishing Emails

November 28, 2017
Don’t Take the Bait; Avoid Phishing Emails

The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) encourages all Hoosiers to be on the lookout for new, sophisticated email phishing scams as data breaches reach an all-time high. Phish scams not only endanger someone’s personal information, but they can also affect a customer’s tax refund. The most common way for cybercriminals to steal a taxpayer’s...
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Brandie Tomblin, 33, of Plymouth

November 28, 2017
Brandie Tomblin, 33, of Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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33 Year old Woman Found Deceased in Bed

November 28, 2017
33 Year old Woman Found Deceased in Bed

33 year old Brandie Tomlin of Beerenbrook Street in Plymouth was found unresponsive Monday morning in her home. A co-habitant found her in her bed about 5 a.m. and called 911. Emergency responders arrived on the scene and determined the woman was deceased. Marshall County Coroner John Grolich said she died during the overnight...
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Water & Sewer Rate Increase Passes 2nd & 3rd Readings with 4 to 3 Vote

November 28, 2017
Water & Sewer Rate Increase Passes 2nd & 3rd Readings with 4 to 3 Vote

While the ordinances to increase the water and sewer rates in the City of Plymouth passed on 2nd  and 3rd readings, the vote went down party lines.  The three Democrats: Gary Cook, Jeff Houin and Shiloh Fonseca voted against the motion to pass the increases on 2nd  and 3rd readings while the Republicans: Duane...
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Butler Arrested for Domestic Battery and Meth in LaPaz

November 27, 2017
Butler Arrested for Domestic Battery and Meth in LaPaz

Last Tuesday, November 21st Marshall County Police arrested a LaPaz man after a report of domestic violence was reported to 911. Just before 5 p.m. Marshall County Police and ISP Troopers were dispatched to the 200 block of Vandalia Avenue in LaPaz for a domestic battery. Following an investigation, 53 year old Mark Butler...
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Lincoln seventh takes win

November 27, 2017

Lincoln seventh takes win WALKERTON – Lincoln’s seventh grade basketball team traveled to Urey and took a 37-31 win. After three quarters tied 25-25 with the Red Storm coming out in the fourth with a little run coming out victorious. Balanced scoring from the Red Storm was again the key to the win. Nolan...
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