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Archive for January, 2018

Lady Red Storm takes big win

January 30, 2018

Lady Red Storm takes big win PLYMOUTH – The Lincoln eighth grade girls basketball team came out with solid defense that helped them overcome a slow offense start in a 27-5 win. Leading the way on offense was Leah Tanner and Summer South with six points each. Clare Sheedy added five while Madie Mann,...
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Plymouth boys fall at Penn

January 30, 2018

Plymouth boys fall at Penn MISHAWAKA – The freshmen Pilgrims took a tough loss to the Kingsmen of Penn High School on Monday by a score of 32-25. The Pilgrim offense was fairly balanced with six players checking in the scorebook. Ivan Winkle led with eight points. Plymouth travels back up US-31 on Wednesday...
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Lady Pilgrims end unbeaten

January 30, 2018

Lady Pilgrims end unbeaten PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Lady Pilgrim Freshmen Basketball team finished their season at home Monday night with a victory over South Bend Adams 42-17. The win leaves the young Pilgrims with a perfect 16-0 season. Tallulah Gault was the top scorer for the Pilgrims on the night. She dropped 18...
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Downtown Pedestrian Bridge to be Installed Thursday

January 30, 2018
Downtown Pedestrian Bridge to be Installed Thursday

Plymouth’s River Gate South housing development has reaches a major milestone with the installation of a pedestrian bridge that will connect the new apartment complex to River Park Square.   This project will enhance quality of place and revitalize downtown Plymouth. River Gate South developer Scott Sivan will be donating the structure to the City...
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Busche Arrested for DWS with a Prior

January 30, 2018
Busche Arrested for DWS with a Prior

Plymouth Police Officer John Weir arrested a Fort Wayne woman on Saturday afternoon following a traffic stop in the 2100 block of Oak Drive. During the investigation is was found that the driver and owners of the vehicle, 38 year old Elyssa Busche was driving while suspended with a prior charge. She was booked...
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Roger L. Rosebush – 78 – of Argos

January 30, 2018
Roger L. Rosebush – 78 – of Argos

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Tyler Thomas of Plymouth Arrested on Warrant

January 30, 2018
Tyler Thomas of Plymouth Arrested on Warrant

A Plymouth man was arrested Saturday, January 27th after being stopped by Officer John Weir with the Plymouth Police Department. About 4:45 Saturday afternoon Officer Weir stopped 19 year old Tyler David Thomas for a loud muffler at Michigan Road and Veterans Parkway.  During the stop it was found that Thomas had a warrant...
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A Plymouth Man Arrested in Mishawaka Search Warrant

January 30, 2018
A Plymouth Man Arrested in Mishawaka Search Warrant

Monday evening, January 29th around 5:30 p.m. members of the Indiana State Police Criminal Interdiction Team and Indiana State Police ERT served a search warrant at a residence located at 59951 Clover Road in Mishawaka.  This was part of a joint investigation with the Indiana State Police Criminal Interdiction Team, Indiana State Police DES, and the Marshall County...
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Additive Manufactured Parts From ITAMCO Outperform 17-4 PH Stainless Steel

January 30, 2018
Additive Manufactured Parts From ITAMCO Outperform 17-4 PH Stainless Steel

ITAMCO (Indiana Technology and Manufacturing Companies) has additively printed parts made with EOS 17-4 PH IndustryLine metal powder that outperformed 17-4 PH Stainless Steel in tensile strength in a recent research project. The Research Project The goal of the research project was to explore the properties of additive-manufactured parts made with the new EOS...
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FREE Flu Shot Clinic at Hospital on Wednesday Afternoon

January 30, 2018
FREE Flu Shot Clinic at Hospital on Wednesday Afternoon

You can help prevent the flu by getting your flu vaccination. Believe it or not, the flu can be a very serious illness. The flu has been responsible for thousands of hospitalizations and even deaths each year. This year, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has recommended that all persons age six months and...
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