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Donnelly Welcomes Home Hundreds of Hoosier Vietnam War Veterans From Across Indiana on National Vietnam War Veterans Day

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March 31, 2018
Donnelly Welcomes Home Hundreds of Hoosier Vietnam War Veterans From Across Indiana on National Vietnam War Veterans Day

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly welcomed home hundreds of Vietnam War veterans from across Indiana as part of National Vietnam War Veterans Day ceremony at Plainfield High School Thursday night. The event was also attended by Gold Star Families, veterans organizations, veterans of other eras, Vietnam veterans’ families, and friends and members of the community. The keynote...
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Compete in State Parks’ Spring Social Media Photo Contest

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March 30, 2018
Compete in State Parks’ Spring Social Media Photo Contest

Celebrate spring and show off your photography skills by participating in the Indiana State Parks spring photo contest on social media. Prizes to be awarded include a $100 State Park Inns gift card for the highest vote-getter, and a 2018 annual pass, annual lake permit, horse permit or off-road cycling permit for the top...
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AG Curtis Hill will appeal decision denying recovery of funds allegedly misappropriated by Lake County school officials

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March 30, 2018
AG Curtis Hill will appeal decision denying recovery of funds allegedly misappropriated by Lake County school officials

Attorney General Curtis Hill announced Thursday his office will appeal a Lake County judge’s decision prohibiting the state from recovering funds overpaid to two former administrators in the Munster school district. In 2016, the State Board of Accounts (SBOA) found that former Superintendent William Pfister and former Assistant Superintendent Richard Sopko, both now retired,...
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Be Ready to Save a Life: IDHS supports Stop the Bleed

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March 30, 2018
Be Ready to Save a Life: IDHS supports Stop the Bleed

In honor of National Stop the Bleed Day on March 31, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security’s (IDHS) Division of Training and Preparedness is reminding Hoosiers of basic training and services available to help save a life during emergency situations. Stop the Bleed is a national campaign launched by the White House in October 2015. The goal of the...
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Board of Public Works Approves Fee Change for Hanger Rental at Airport

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March 30, 2018
Board of Public Works Approves Fee Change for Hanger Rental at Airport

Monday evening the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety approved an ordinance to amend the fee scheduled for the Municipal Airport. City Attorney Sean Surrisi said there was only one change to the fee schedule.  The Board of Aviations Commissioner already approved a $10 increase on hanger rent from $85 to $95.  It...
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City to Post NO SEMI TRAFFIC Signs for Beerenbrook and Harrison Streets

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March 29, 2018
City to Post NO SEMI TRAFFIC Signs for Beerenbrook and Harrison Streets

Several complaints of semis damaging residential yards in the area of Harrison and Flora Street prompted Plymouth Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt to address the issue with the Board of Public Works and Safety Monday evening. Marquardt said the problem seems to be with out-of-town semi drivers who are using West Jefferson to Beerenbrook, then...
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Ground Breaking Ceremony for 20th Habitat House

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March 29, 2018
Ground Breaking Ceremony for 20th Habitat House

Dean Byers, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County is excited to announce ground breaking for the 20th family home. Habitat will have a ground breaking ceremony for the 20th family home to be built in Marshall County on April 7th at 2:30 in the afternoon. The site is at 340 Water...
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Plymouth Man Arrested following High Speed Pursuit

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March 29, 2018
Plymouth Man Arrested following High Speed Pursuit

A Thursday morning traffic stop on a gold Honda Accord ended miles away after the vehicle fled from Plymouth Police Officer John Weir and a high speed pursuit ensued. About 8:10 Officer Weir attempted to stop a vehicle for a traffic infraction at Charles and Minor Streets. The driver, 35 year old Gary Werb...
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Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety Approves Initial 2018 Sidewalk Plan

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March 29, 2018
Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety Approves Initial 2018 Sidewalk Plan

Plymouth Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt presented members of the Board of Public Works and Safety with a small incomplete list of projects for this year’s ADA Sidewalk Transition Plan. Projects to begin this year’s sidewalk improvement season will include the flood damaged sidewalk on East Jefferson Street, just east of the bridge on the...
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Manns Arrested for Possession of Heroin & Syringe along with OWI on a Controlled Substance

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March 29, 2018
Manns Arrested for Possession of Heroin & Syringe along with OWI on a Controlled Substance

On Wednesday afternoon, March 28th Plymouth Police Officers were dispatched to an erratic driver on US 30. Officers were able to locate the suspected vehicle pulling into Family Express at Oak Drive and Jefferson Streets. City officers detected impairment of the driver, 21 year old Layne J. Manns of Sycamore Street in Plymouth. Manns...
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