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Yeager Arrested for Possession of Methamphetamine/Dealing Methamphetamine

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May 9, 2018
Yeager Arrested for Possession of Methamphetamine/Dealing Methamphetamine

Officers from the Marshall County Police Department, Marshall County Drug Task Force, and the Plymouth Police Department participated in a joint operation in the Plymouth area Tuesday, May 8th just before 1 p.m. 34 year old Nathan R. Yeager of Bremen was arrested during a traffic stop on Western Avenue at the intersection of...
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2018 Primary Election Results for Local Contested Races

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May 9, 2018
2018 Primary Election Results for Local Contested Races

5,999 registered voters voted in the 2018 Primary Election on Tuesday.  That was 20% of the registered voters.  1099 voters were absentee and 4900 were on Tuesday at the various Vote Centers. It took less than two hours for the final totals to be announced.  Taking a look at the local races on the...
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20 year old Edgar Herrera Arrested for Child Molesting

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May 8, 2018
20 year old Edgar Herrera Arrested for Child Molesting

                                On April 23, 2017 the Plymouth Police Department received a report regarding a sexual assault to a 13 year old female that allegedly happened in September of 2016. The suspect was identified as 20 year old Edgar Herrera of Plymouth. Detective Leo Mangus with the Plymouth Police Department investigated further and charges of...
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Plymouth Park Board Approves Requests

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May 8, 2018
Plymouth Park Board Approves Requests

Monday evening the Plymouth Park Board met back in the Conservation Club House following the devastating flooding in February the severely damaged the lower level of the facility. Board members handled several requests including the use of the lawn and sledding hill area on Tuesday evening, July 3rd by New Song Church. The church...
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Devontae Rainey Arrested for Domestic Battery to a Pregnant Female

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May 8, 2018
Devontae Rainey Arrested for Domestic Battery to a Pregnant Female

On Thursday, May 3rd a juvenile female came to the Plymouth Police Department to report that her boyfriend that she had been living with had grabbed her by the face and neck area causing her pain and difficulty breathing. She juvenile female had minor injuries from the incident. 19 year old Devontae Rainey of...
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Pair Arrested in Oak Hill Cemetery for Drug Deal

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May 8, 2018
Pair Arrested in Oak Hill Cemetery for Drug Deal

On Saturday afternoon, May 5th Plymouth Police Officer John Weir was in the area of Muckshaw and Oakhill Avenue for a complaint when he saw some suspicious activity taking place in the cemetery near Oakhill and Lincoln Street. Officer Weir approached the subjects; 37 year old Michael Lee Pittman and 63 year old Robert...
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Plymouth Farmers’ Market Opens Saturday

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May 8, 2018
Plymouth Farmers’ Market Opens Saturday

A sure sign of spring is the opening of the Plymouth Farmers’ Market this Saturday. The Farmers’ Market will open at 7:30 a.m. this Saturday and be open every Saturday until 11:30 now through October 13th in River Park Square in downtown Plymouth on Water Street, just east of Michigan Street. During the Farmers’...
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Public Hearing Wednesday Morning at 11 on Cum Bridge Fund Rate

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May 8, 2018
Public Hearing Wednesday Morning at 11 on Cum Bridge Fund Rate

Monday morning County Auditor Julie Fox told the Marshall County Commissioners that the public hearing for the increase rate for the Cumulative Bridge Fund will be Wednesday, May 9th at 11 a.m. in the second floor meeting room of the County Building. Earlier this year the commissioners went through the process to increase the...
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Walorski Calls for Changes to Tariff Product Exclusion Process for Manufacturers

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May 8, 2018
Walorski Calls for Changes to Tariff Product Exclusion Process for Manufacturers

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) called for improvements to the product exclusion process for steel and aluminum tariffs to reduce burdens on manufacturers and other small businesses. In a bipartisan letter led by Walorski, 39 Members of Congress asked Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to implement changes to streamline the process and provide certainty and...
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SR 23 in Knox to be Closed on Wednesday for a Culvert Replacement

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May 8, 2018
SR 23 in Knox to be Closed on Wednesday  for a Culvert Replacement

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces the closure of State Road 23, in Knox, between CR E 300 S (Toto Road) and CR E 400 S on Wednesday for a culvert replacement. State road detours must be along state-maintained roadways only. Northbound drivers on SR 23 will be detoured east on State Road 10, north...
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