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Archive for September, 2018

Rockies hit the road in big NLC contest

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September 26, 2018
Rockies hit the road in big NLC contest

PLYMOUTH — Another hard fought win over Wawasee for Plymouth’s Rockies a week ago keeps them in the hunt for an NLC title. “Any win in the NLC is a good win,” said Plymouth coach John Barron. “Any win with our schedule is a good win. I don’t think it’s physical with us. It’s...
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Kyle Stiles Arrested by City Police for Domestic Battery

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September 26, 2018
Kyle Stiles Arrested by City Police for Domestic Battery

On Tuesday, September 25th about 12:30 in the morning, Plymouth Police and EMS units were dispatched to the 700 block of North Center Street for an injured female who had been in a domestic altercation. After brief investigation by Plymouth Police Officer Chris Miller, 34 year old Kyle David Stiles was arrested for Domestic...
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Spirit of Triton Marching Band Makes History

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September 26, 2018
Spirit of Triton Marching Band Makes History

Last Saturday, the Spirit of Triton Marching Band made history at Penn High School as they took 1st place in Scholastic B and won all 3 captions: Best Music, Best Visual and Best General Effect. The Spirit of Triton Marching Band competed against Heritage who took 2nd at Scholastic Finals last year. Superintendent Jeremy...
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South Bend Transpo Awarded Major Federal Grant with Donnelly Support

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September 26, 2018
South Bend Transpo Awarded Major Federal Grant with Donnelly Support

  U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly Tuesday announced a federal grant to help the South Bend Transportation Corporation (Transpo) replace 12 fixed route buses. The $4.9 million discretionary grant is funded by the Department of Transportation’s Buses and Bus Facilities Infrastructure Investment Program. Donnelly wrote a letter to Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao supporting the Transpo...
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Donations Sought for A New Form of Recreation in Plymouth

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September 26, 2018
Donations Sought for A New Form of Recreation in Plymouth

The City of Plymouth and the Park Department are working to reclaim our best natural but long-neglected asset: the Yellow River. What better way to reintroduce residents to the river and attract new visitors to the community than by offering an opportunity to canoe and kayak along this beautiful waterway. The Launch will be...
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City Council Approves 2019 Budget

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September 25, 2018
City Council Approves 2019 Budget

The 2019 City of Plymouth budget was passed Monday evening on 2nd and 3rd reading by the Plymouth Common Council.  Next year’s General Fund budget for the city will be $8,034,846 while all funds together will be $16,306,141.  The 2019 budget does include a 2% across the board raise for all city employees, department...
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MCEDC to hold SCORE Workshop for Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners

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September 25, 2018
MCEDC to hold SCORE Workshop for Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners

Marshall County has a rich history of entrepreneurship, with many successful businesses starting out of the home or garage.  The Marshall County Economic Development Corporation is looking for the next generation of small business owners to join the Marshall County business community.   Entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs, and small business owners are encouraged to sign up...
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Amanda Bowen & Richard Bonnell Arrested on Warrants

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September 25, 2018
Amanda Bowen & Richard Bonnell Arrested on Warrants

Plymouth Police Officer Jerrid Arnold arrested two individuals this past weekend on warrants. Friday evening, September 21st about 7:15 he stopped a vehicle at 6A and Oak Roads.  A passenger in the vehicle, 37 year old Amanda N. Bowen of North Liberty was arrested on an outstanding felony warrant through LaPorte County and held...
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South Bend Pair Arrested Sunday by City Police

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September 25, 2018
South Bend Pair Arrested Sunday by City Police

A traffic stop by Plymouth Police on Sunday morning ended with the arrest of two individuals from South Bend. About 10:30 in the morning Officer John Weir conducted a traffic stop at Michigan Street and Skylane Drive on a vehicle for expired plates. While speaking with the driver, 53 year old Phillip Todd Patterson,...
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Tractor Supply, 4-H Partner to Provide Thousands of Youth Hands-on Learning Opportunities

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September 25, 2018
Tractor Supply, 4-H Partner to Provide Thousands of Youth Hands-on Learning Opportunities

Rounding out its ninth year, Tractor Supply Company, in partnership with National 4-H Council, is gearing up for its Paper Clover event, a semi-annual fundraising campaign that provides millions of dollars in scholarships for 4-H youth. From October 3 to October 14, Tractor Supply customers in Plymouth can participate in the Paper Clover fundraiser...
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