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Archive for June, 2018

Exclusive Sneak Peek at Plymouth’s Regional Cities Funded Project

June 28, 2018
Exclusive Sneak Peek at Plymouth’s Regional Cities Funded Project

The Plymouth business community has asked for unique housing opportunities to attract young professionals and others to live, work, and play in the area. The upcoming River Gate South apartment development is responding to those needs. Business leaders and professionals got a sneak peek at the project through its exclusive first “hard hat” tour...
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Justin Haining Sentenced to Quarter Century for Burglary, Habitual Offender

June 27, 2018
Justin Haining Sentenced to Quarter Century for Burglary, Habitual Offender

Justin Haining, 28, of LaPaz, was sentenced Wednesday by Judge Robert O. Bowen of Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to a total of 25 years of imprisonment for a burglary and as being a Habitual Criminal Offender. Haining previously pleaded guilty to a burglary that occurred on May 13, 2016 in a home located...
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Community Crossing Microsurface Project on Webster Ave. Friday

June 27, 2018
Community Crossing Microsurface Project on Webster Ave. Friday

Chris Oaks from Pavement Solutions announced the Webster Street microsurface project for this Friday.  Pavement Solutions will complete a Community Crossings project on Webster Avenue, from Michigan Street to Liberty Street on Friday, weather permitting. This is a multiple course application and will take 8 to 10 hours to complete. Residents on Webster Avenue...
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Nutmeg Ridge & Carriage Hills Subdivisions Scheduled for Chip & Seal on Thursday

June 27, 2018
Nutmeg Ridge & Carriage Hills Subdivisions Scheduled for Chip & Seal on Thursday

Employees of the Marshall County Highway Department will be chip and sealing in Nutmeg Ridge and Carriage Hills subdivisions on Thursday. In both subdivisions all roads will be sealed.  Jason Peters, Highway Supervisor plans to start around 7:45am in Nutmeg Ridge.    They will start on the cul-due-sac and then do the main roads. Peters said, “With...
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Native American exhibit at Crisp Center

June 27, 2018
Native American exhibit at Crisp Center

A new exhibit featuring several Native American artists is on display in The Crisp Visual Arts Center at Culver Academies. “The Art of Contemporary Native Americans” The Prairie Edge Collection” is on display on the second floor and will remain through Sept. 15, Curator Robert Nowalk said. The collection is a gathering of artwork by...
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Joint Hometown News

June 27, 2018
Joint Hometown News

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Joseph P. Knapp graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training also earn...
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Plymouth Girls Arrested for Shoplifting

June 27, 2018
Plymouth Girls Arrested for Shoplifting

Officer Shanna Gilmer arrested two females on Friday, June 22nd about 8:30 in the evening for shoplifting at Walmart. 19 year old Bailey Nifong and 20 year old Talya Bell, both of Plymouth were arrested for theft from Walmart. The girls were booked into the Marshall County Jail on $750 cash bonds and given...
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Donnelly Receives ‘2018 Champion of Homeownership Award’

June 27, 2018
Donnelly Receives ‘2018 Champion of Homeownership Award’

Tuesday, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly was awarded the ‘2018 Champion of Homeownership Award’ by the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI). MHI recognized Donnelly’s work in negotiating, co-writing, helping introduce, and passing the bipartisan Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act, which was signed into law by President Trump in May and included provisions based on Donnelly’s bipartisan Preserving Access to Manufactured...
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Braden Arrested on Warrant

June 27, 2018
Braden Arrested on Warrant

On Saturday, June 23rd about one o’clock in the afternoon Plymouth Police Officer Ben McIntyre located 41 year old Brian Braden of Plymouth at 1311 West Jefferson Street. Having prior information that Braden had an active warrant for his arrest he took him into custody without incident. Brian Braden was transported to the hospital...
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FEELING HOTTER THAN A FIRECRACKER ON THE 4TH OF JULY!

June 27, 2018
FEELING HOTTER THAN A FIRECRACKER ON THE 4TH OF JULY!

The National Weather Service is advising we can expect to see exceptionally hot and humid conditions coming to our area by the end of the week and into the weekend.  Heat index values near or above 102 degrees are possible on Friday and close to 105 degrees on Saturday. Heat is one of the...
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