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Bourbon Town Board Saves Money Using Reserve Volunteer Officers to Cover Shifts

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January 9, 2018
Bourbon Town Board Saves Money Using Reserve Volunteer Officers to Cover Shifts

The Town of Bourbon was able to save some $9,649 by using their trained reserve volunteers officers to cover shifts. According to Bill Martin, Chief of Police, Bourbon Police Reserves covered 53 eight-hour shifts of individual coverage or 424 hours of coverage for shifts. It was also noted during the Bourbon Town Council meeting...
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David Miller Arrested at Economy Inn for Warrant and Possession of Meth & Marijuana

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January 9, 2018
David Miller Arrested at Economy Inn for Warrant and Possession of Meth & Marijuana

Monday morning the Marshall County Drug Task Force notified Plymouth Police Officer John Weir that 50 year old David Miller of the Red Rock Inn has an active warrant for his arrest.  Currently at the Economy Inn Officer Weir and County Police Officer Jonathan Bryant went to the address and knocked on the door. ...
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Tippecanoe Man Arrested for Domestic Battery, Intimidation & Criminal Confinement

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January 9, 2018
Tippecanoe Man Arrested for Domestic Battery, Intimidation & Criminal Confinement

On Monday, January 08, at approximately 11:40 at night, the Marshall County Sheriff`s Department received a 911-emergency call of a domestic situation on 17C Road in Tippecanoe.  The caller reported that the suspect was allegedly armed with a knife and was holding his wife against her will. Sergeant Les McFarland, Officer Travis O`Neal along...
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Holcomb’s 2nd State of the State emphasizes workforce, presents goals for progress in 2018

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January 9, 2018
Holcomb’s 2nd State of the State emphasizes workforce, presents goals for progress in 2018

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb on Tuesday delivered his 2018 State of the State address to a joint convention of the Indiana General Assembly. While continuing his focus on five key pillars, the governor’s remarks highlighted his commitment to developing a skilled, ready workforce and detailed several milestones he expects the state to meet....
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City Council Approves Paying Dispatching Fees for Center & West Township

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January 9, 2018
City Council Approves Paying Dispatching Fees for Center & West Township

After a lengthy discussion the Plymouth Common Council approved paying the 2017 and 2018 invoices for Central Dispatching services for Center and West Township. During Monday evening’s meeting City Attorney Sean Surrisi said he received a letter in October from West Township Trustee Terry Borggren and Center Township Trustee Doug Kucera concerning the invoicing...
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Plymouth Police Arrest 2 at Red Rock Inn on Warrants

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January 9, 2018
Plymouth Police Arrest 2 at Red Rock Inn on Warrants

Plymouth Police received a call from the Marshall County Drug Task Force Tuesday morning advising that wanted subjects were located at 2550 North Michigan Street, the Red Rock Inn. Officer Ben McIntyre located 20 year old Kenneth McIntire Jr. and placed him under arrest for felony warrants for Burglary, Theft and Dealing in Methamphetamine....
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Hardesty of Grovertown Arrested on Warrants

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January 9, 2018
Hardesty of Grovertown Arrested on Warrants

Plymouth Police Officer John Weir stopped a green pick-up truck on North Michigan Street at Centennial Park about 1:45 Monday afternoon.  The truck was speeding.  After speaking with the driver, 29 year old Wayne Austin Hardesty of Grovertown and running his information through the Bureau of Motor Vehicles it was found he had two...
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2018 Plymouth Park Department Trips!

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January 9, 2018
2018 Plymouth Park Department Trips!

The Plymouth Park Department has announced their 2018 bus trips. You must sign-up and pay for these trips in advance at the park office in Centennial Park. A new adventure is in-store for January.  Instead of traveling outside of Plymouth the event will be at the Heartland Artist Gallery where participants will have the...
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Marshall County Democratic Candidate Information and Recruiting Event

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January 9, 2018
Marshall County Democratic Candidate Information and Recruiting Event

Have you ever considered running for office but had no idea where to start?  Then an event the Marshall County Democratic Party is hosting this Wednesday and Thursday is the event for you! Come and learn about the open positions that will be on the 2018 ballot in Marshall County as well as duties,...
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Daddy Daughter Dance February 10th

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January 9, 2018
Daddy Daughter Dance February 10th

The annual Daddy Daughter Dance hosted by the Plymouth Park Department will be on Saturday, February 10th.  Again this year the event will be held at Christo’s Banquet Center, 830 Lincolnway East in Plymouth from 6 to 8 p.m. The evening includes music, dancing, desserts, and photos. This annual event sells out every year. ...
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