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Archive for May, 2018

Warrant Service at Speedway Gas Station of Patron at Pumps

May 17, 2018
Warrant Service at Speedway Gas Station of Patron at Pumps

Plymouth Officers were dispatched to the Speedway Gas Station on North Michigan Street Monday afternoon, May 14th in reference to a suspicious vehicle and people that had been parked at a pump for an extended period of time.  Officer Ben McIntyre identified one of the suspects as 27 year old Dominic Sheets of Plymouth. ...
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Half-Staff Ceremony at RPS to Honor Law Enforcement

May 17, 2018
Half-Staff Ceremony at RPS to Honor Law Enforcement

Plymouth Mayor, Mark Senter is proud to announce there will be a Half-Staff Ceremony at River Park Square, during the Farmer’s Market, this Saturday at 10:00 am. The ceremony will be to honor our local law enforcement officers. The Color Guard will be comprised of local law enforcement officers and the bugler will be from the Plymouth American...
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Arrested for Driving Without a License

May 17, 2018
Arrested for Driving Without a License

A Fort Wayne man was arrested Tuesday night after county police conducted a traffic stop in the area of US 30 and Iris Road. About 11:15 Officer Prater stopped a passenger car for a traffic violation.  During the investigation it was found the driver of the vehicle, Mickie T. Glenn Jr., 19, of Fort...
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Community of Faith: a Day of Giving for 2018 Flood Survivors

May 17, 2018
Community of Faith: a Day of Giving for 2018 Flood Survivors

The Marshall County Long Term Flood Recovery Committee is organizing a “Community of Faith Day of Giving” this coming Sunday, May 19th. The committee is asking churches in Marshall County to include an insert in their bulletins encouraging their members to help support their neighbors in need. The historic flooding experienced in Marshall County...
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Walorski Calls for VA Accountability in Testimony Before Veterans’ Affairs Committee

May 17, 2018
Walorski Calls for VA Accountability in Testimony Before Veterans’ Affairs Committee

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Wednesday testified before the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, calling for greater accountability across the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to ensure veterans get the quality, timely care they deserve. “Hiring, firing, and mobility throughout VA are stagnant, and human resources are overdue for a complete makeover,” Congresswoman Walorski said. “The VA...
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3 Arrested for PI, Illegal Consumption and Caldwell for Carrying Without a License

May 17, 2018
3 Arrested for PI, Illegal Consumption and Caldwell for Carrying Without a License

Wednesday morning about 5:15, Plymouth Police officers were dispatched to North Michigan Street at the US30 overpass for a complaint of three subjects running in and out of traffic. Officers located 19 year old Tanner Caldwell of Monterey, and 20 year olds Gary Braasch and Dazha Oakley both of Plymouth at the Speedway gas...
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Riverside Intermediate School Receives Schools to Watch Recognition

May 17, 2018
Riverside Intermediate School Receives Schools to Watch Recognition

On Wednesday, May 16, Riverside Intermediate School received a visit from a representative of the Indiana Middle Level Education Association (IMLEA) since the school has received a renewed re-designated status for the second time as an Indiana “Schools to Watch.” The Riverside students, staff and public attend the Schools to Watch Recognition event that...
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South Bend Man Arrested on Drug Felony

May 16, 2018
South Bend Man Arrested on Drug Felony

Marshall County Police Officer Wozniak made a felony drug arrest on Saturday, May 12th.   Shortly before 11:00 PM Marshall County Police were notified of green minivan traveling south on Michigan Road towards Plymouth.  It was suspected that the driver might possibly be impaired.  County Officer Jordan Rans locate the vehicle and stopped it in...
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Pilgrims hang on for wild win and share of NLC title

May 16, 2018
Pilgrims hang on for wild win and share of NLC title

PLYMOUTH -On senior night it was a freshman that came up big as Plymouth’s Pilgrims somehow found a way to ride a roller coaster to a wild 8-7 win and a share of the NLC title. Trailing for most of the game, the Pilgrims found a way to claw back and plate the tying...
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Ray Fan, Riverside 5th Grader Wins Marshall County Spelling Bee

May 16, 2018
Ray Fan, Riverside 5th Grader Wins Marshall County Spelling Bee

Wow! It was a marathon spelling bee last night in Culver as 5th, 6th, and 7th graders participated in the Marshall County Spelling Bee. It took 169 words and over an hour and half to crown the winner of the 36th Annual Marshall County Spelling Bee. 1st place went to Ray Fan a 5th...
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Chad Smith Arrested Domestic Battery, Animal Cruelty & Resisting Law Enforcement

May 16, 2018
Chad Smith Arrested Domestic Battery, Animal Cruelty & Resisting Law Enforcement

About 11:40 Saturday night, May 13th, Marshall County Deputies were dispatched to Sheryl Court for an argument between family members. Once on scene Officer Smith and Officer Ayala conducted an investigation.  Following the investigation 44 year old Chad Smith of Plymouth was arrested for Domestic Battery in front of a minor, Animal Cruelty, and...
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Plymouth High School Speech and Debate Team Hosts Annual Showcase Friday Evening

May 16, 2018
Plymouth High School Speech and Debate Team Hosts Annual Showcase Friday Evening

The Plymouth High School Speech and Debate Team will be holding its annual showcase this Friday, May 18 at 7:00 p.m. in the Studio Theatre.  This event is open to students, faculty, and the community. The PHS Speech Showcase is two-fold. It provides an opportunity for PHS students who have qualified to represent northern...
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HEMINGER HOUSE ANNOUNCES FUNDRAISING GALA

May 16, 2018
HEMINGER HOUSE ANNOUNCES FUNDRAISING GALA

The Heminger House is pleased to announce and invite the community its upcoming event, the First Annual “Unmasking Domestic Violence Masquerade Gala” on July 28th at Christo’s Banquet Center in Plymouth. Cocktail hour starts at 5:30 PM and dinner will be served at 6:30 PM. Tickets are on sale now for $40. There will...
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City Council Approves Additional Appropriations after Public Hearing

May 16, 2018
City Council Approves Additional Appropriations after Public Hearing

The Plymouth Common Council held a public hearing for additional appropriations during their meeting Monday evening. City Clerk Treasurer Jeannine Xaver said the additional are $100,000 for the Motor Vehicle Highway Fund, replacing the money previously approved for expenditure for Flood Relief. Another General Fund additional totaled $115,200.  It was explained as $4,200 needed...
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Mattix and Purdue Scholarships awarded to PHS Seniors

May 16, 2018
Mattix and Purdue Scholarships awarded to PHS Seniors

The Mattix Scholarships were presented to Plymouth High School seniors last Friday morning by Mr. Terry Borggren. The Floyd and Maxine Mattix Scholarship were presented to Cortni Cook, Macy Goble, Brady Holiday, Josie Koontz, Liliana Medrano, McKenzie Scheets and Brock Witmer. Borggren said, “Before his passing in the mid 1990’s Floyd Mattix was faced...
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Donnelly Receives Award from National Association of Police Organizations for Successful Work Enacting Law Enforcement Mental Health Act

May 16, 2018
Donnelly Receives Award from National Association of Police Organizations for Successful Work Enacting Law Enforcement Mental Health Act

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly received an award from the National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO) recognizing his outstanding support for law enforcement. Donnelly was also recognized for his work to draft, introduce, and shepherd to passage the bipartisan Law Enforcement Mental Health and Wellness Act, which was signed into law by President Trump earlier this...
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PLYMOUTH LIONS INSTALLS NEW MEMBER AND COMPLETES PROJECTS

May 16, 2018
PLYMOUTH LIONS INSTALLS NEW MEMBER AND COMPLETES PROJECTS

Past District Governor David Court was on hand at the last meeting of the Plymouth Lions Club to install new member Jim Weldy. Jim was welcomed by all Lions Club members in attendance. The Lions Club distributes dictionaries to third grade students. Four elementary schools have received their dictionaries, a total of 247 students...
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St. Joe Regional Health Systems Show 5-16-18

May 16, 2018


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Coffee with Dean 5-16-18

May 16, 2018


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Redevelopment Commission Updated on City Hall Reno Project

May 16, 2018
Redevelopment Commission Updated on City Hall Reno Project

Members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission received an update on the City Hall Renovation Project from Tyler Kelsey, Project Manager from RQAW during their meeting Tuesday evening.  “He said, Things are going smoother than in the past.”  The drywall, paint and ceiling in the second floor are 80 to 85% complete.  The elevator is...
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