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Archive for December, 2017

County Highway Employees Working the Snow Event

December 30, 2017
County Highway Employees Working the Snow Event

The Marshall County Highway Department was out this morning at 7 a.m. battling the snow and blowing snow.   After 5 hours they were pulled off the road to allow employees time to eat and get some rest because they are heading back to it again at 5 p.m. While the snow has ended, the...
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Winter Weather Advisory Remains in Effect

December 29, 2017
Winter Weather Advisory Remains in Effect

A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for Marshall County until 4 a.m. on Saturday. Additional snow accumulations of 2 to 4 inches are expected.  Snow will spread from west to east over the next few hours. This will result in slippery, snow covered, sidewalks and roadways. Be prepared for reduced visibilities at times,...
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A Snowy, Cold Start for 2018 Forecast; Plan For Safety

December 29, 2017
A Snowy, Cold Start for 2018 Forecast; Plan For Safety

With the potential for snow accumulation this weekend, followed by continued extreme cold, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security is encouraging Hoosiers to be prepared. Bitter cold will be staying in the state for the next week, with temperatures near or below zero. There is also the possibility of wind chills that could lead...
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Dale Dodson, 75, of Plymouth

December 29, 2017
Dale Dodson, 75, of Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FROM 2 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO 4 AM SATURDAY

December 29, 2017
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FROM 2 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO 4 AM SATURDAY

Snow is expected Plan on slippery road conditions, including during the evening commute. Total snow accumulations of 2 to 4 inches are expected. Snow is expected to begin about 2 PM this afternoon to 4 AM Saturday. Be prepared for reduced visibilities at times. A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means periods of snow will cause...
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City Board of Public Works Continues Discussion on N. Plum and Jefferson St. Intersection

December 28, 2017
City Board of Public Works Continues Discussion on N. Plum and Jefferson St. Intersection

Members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety continued their discussion on improvements to the intersection of North Plum and Jefferson Streets during their meeting Wednesday evening. Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt said his department had painted the curb on the north east side next to Eric Foster’s counseling services.  Although the curb...
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City Appointments Made for 2018

December 28, 2017
City Appointments Made for 2018

Wednesday evening the Plymouth Common Council approved their appointment of Billy Ellinger and Mike Miley to one-year-terms on the Redevelopment Commission. Members also unanimously approve Mayor Mark Senter’s appointments for 2018.   Those appointments included Ken Houin and Joe Mersch to 4-year-terms on the Aviation Board; Robert Listenberger to a 4-year-term on the Plymouth Park...
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City P.D. Gets 2 New Officers

December 28, 2017
City P.D. Gets 2 New Officers

Wednesday evening Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon told the Board of Public Works and Safety two new police officers will start to work on January 8th. David Finn from Mishawaka and Nicholas Kindig of Mentone will start the job next week and each will be teamed up with a training officer who will be...
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Plymouth Woman Arrested and Charged with Welfare Fraud and Theft

December 28, 2017
Plymouth Woman Arrested and Charged with Welfare Fraud and Theft

Marshall County Prosecutor Nelson Chipman announced Thursday the filing of two counts of Welfare Fraud and two counts of Theft, and the corresponding arrest of Hester Dills, 55 years of age, of Washington Street in Plymouth.  Chipman requested the assistance of Plymouth Police to effectuate the arrest authorized by Judge Robert O. Bowen after...
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Mayor Signs Acceptance Paperwork for Safe Routes to School Project, Board of Works Approves NO PARKING on Gary Drive

December 28, 2017
Mayor Signs Acceptance Paperwork for Safe Routes to School Project, Board of Works Approves NO PARKING on Gary Drive

Plymouth Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt asked the Board of Public Works and Safety to approve Mayor Mark Senter signing paperwork to finalize the Safe Routes to School Project. The project along Baker Street from Randolph Street to Riverside Intermediate School was completed late in the fall.  A walkthrough with the contractor was done in...
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