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Archive for May, 2018

Hoosier Taxpayers Can Find Relief in New Tax Payment Plans

May 25, 2018
Hoosier Taxpayers Can Find Relief in New Tax Payment Plans

The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) has instituted new payment plan options to help ease the burden to Hoosier taxpayers. The new payment plan options became effective in early May and allow individuals to establish plans for a longer period of time without the previous requirement of a down payment equal to 20 percent...
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Walorski Votes for National Defense Bill to Keep America Safe

May 25, 2018
Walorski Votes for National Defense Bill to Keep America Safe

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Thursday voted for the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which continues the rebuilding of the military and provides servicemembers a 2.6 percent pay raise. “Our national security depends on the brave men and women of our Armed Forces, and we are ensuring they have the tools, training, and support they need...
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Lt. Gov. Crouch statement on shooting at Noblesville West Middle Schoo

May 25, 2018
Lt. Gov. Crouch statement on  shooting at Noblesville West Middle Schoo

 Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch offered the following statement on the shooting at Noblesville West Middle School: “My sincerest thoughts and prayers go out to the Noblesville community. Indiana remains committed to the safety and protection of our young people and I can not thank our law enforcement agencies enough for their swift action in...
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Attorney General Curtis Hill issues statement on Noblesville school shooting

May 25, 2018
Attorney General Curtis Hill issues statement on Noblesville school shooting

Attorney General Curtis Hill today released the following statement in response to the shooting at Noblesville West Middle School: “The epidemic of violence sweeping across American schools has now come to Indiana. While we await additional information on the school incident in Noblesville this morning, we must brace ourselves for the reality that our...
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Gary Felix Arrested in Northgate Trailer Park

May 25, 2018
Gary Felix Arrested in Northgate Trailer Park

A Plymouth man was arrested after he resisted police multiple times. Tuesday morning about 3, Plymouth Police Officer Paul Stamper went to take 29 year old Gary Felix into custody on an outstanding felony warrant out of St. Joseph County. The incident started that morning behind 1911 North Michigan Street.  Mr. Felix resisted when...
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Pell Arrested at Walmart the Theft

May 24, 2018
Pell Arrested at Walmart the Theft

26 year old Sharlyn Pell of Plymouth was observed removing tags and concealing items on her person at Walmart on Monday morning about 11. Ms. Pell failed to pay for the items and attempted to leave the store.  She was taken into custody by Walmart Asset Protection. Plymouth Police Officer Ben McIntrye took her...
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Cripe Arrested of OWI

May 24, 2018
Cripe Arrested of OWI

61 year old Jimmy Cripe of Plymouth was arrested Wednesday evening about 6:45 by City Police. Officer Jerrid Arnold stopped Cripe in an alley near the intersection of North Walnut and West Novelty Street.  An investigation began and Officer Arnold arrested Cripe for Operating a motor vehicle While Intoxicated.  He was lodged in the...
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Hummel camp registration deal

May 24, 2018

SIGN UP FOR ROBBIE HUMMEL BASKETBALL CAMP BY FRIDAY & RECEIVE $10 OFF REGISTRATION FEE Hurry don’t delay! If you register for the Robbie Hummel Basketball Camp at The Zone by Friday you will receive $10 off the registration fee. Simply sign up online at The Zone’s website - thezonesportscomplex.org - by Friday and you will only be charged $65...
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Plymouth bested by Eagles, Kingsmen

May 24, 2018

Plymouth bested by Eagles, Kingsmen CULVER – Plymouth visited the super manicured Academy Course on Thursday night to face #5 Penn and host CMA. The Pilgrims fell to both squads, final team scores: Penn 152, CMA 164, Plymouth 180 Penn sprinted to a huge lead, with several of the Penn players in red figures...
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U12 Pilgrims take win over Wawasee

May 24, 2018

PLYMOUTH, IN  A dominant starting pitching performance and six runs in the third inning catapult Plymouth 12U past Wawasee in an 11-4 victory Wednesdaynight.  Caleb Bowling woke up Wednesday morning and officially celebrated his twelfth birthday, later that night he would throw a gem of a game.  Bowling took the hill for the Pilgrims and systematically picked apart...
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