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Fire Chief Rod Miller Reads Letter of Thanks from Domestic Violence Victim

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October 9, 2018
Fire Chief Rod Miller Reads Letter of Thanks from Domestic Violence Victim

Emergency responders to a domestic dispute on September 25th received a thank-you from the female who was injured during the event. Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter asked Fire Chief Rod Miller to read an email he received earlier this month the victim who wanted to thank the EMTs and Paramedics that took care of her...
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Young Calls for Increased Focus on Reducing Maternal Mortality in the U.S.

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October 9, 2018
Young Calls for Increased Focus on Reducing Maternal Mortality in the U.S.

Tuesday, U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.), Tom Carper (D-Del.), Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.), Bill Nelson (D-Fla.), and Tim Scott (R-S.C.), led a bipartisan group of senators in calling for an increased focus on reducing maternal mortality in the United States and improving health outcomes for all mothers and children. Indiana has the nation’s third highest maternal mortality...
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Stoplight Issue at Michigan & Jefferson at INDOT Problem

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October 9, 2018
Stoplight Issue at Michigan & Jefferson at INDOT Problem

During Monday evening’s Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety meeting Mayor Mark Senter asked Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt to discuss the stoplight issue at Michigan and Jefferson Streets. Jim Marquardt said he was contacted about the traffic signal for west bound traffic on Jefferson Street not getting a green light.  After checking on...
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WALORSKI CAMPAIGN STATEMENT ON MEL HALL CONFIRMING HE WORKED FOR DC LOBBYING FIRM

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October 9, 2018
WALORSKI CAMPAIGN STATEMENT ON MEL HALL CONFIRMING HE WORKED FOR DC LOBBYING FIRM

After Washington insider Mel Hall’s campaign confirmed he worked for a DC lobbying firm, the Walorski for Congress released the following statement: from campaign manager Stephen Simonetti: “Mel Hall’s campaign just confirmed what we already knew: he worked for a big D.C. firm that lobbied for a fraudulent pharmaceutical company, predatory payday lenders, and other...
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Indiana Manufacturers Association endorses Mike Braun for United States Senate

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October 9, 2018
Indiana Manufacturers Association endorses Mike Braun for United States Senate

The Indiana Manufacturers Association (IMA) announced that the IMA Board of Directors has elected to endorse Mike Braun for the United States Senate in the November 2018 General Election. Indiana is the most manufacturing intensive state in America. More of this state’s economy and jobs are produced by manufacturing than any other industry. More...
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JV Rockies beat Goshen

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October 9, 2018

PLYMOUTH – The JV Rockies took action last night against the Goshen Redhawks and came out victorious with a 22-19 win. The Rockies battled a tough Redhawk team that saw three lead changes in the second half. The Rockies were lead on the offensive end with touchdowns from Dylan Gamble, Arturo Valdez, and Taylor...
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County Council Approves 2019 Budget

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October 9, 2018
County Council Approves 2019 Budget

Monday morning County Council members had the hard process of continuing to make cuts to the 2019 budget request. After the budget hearings and two workshops the council began the day with a General Fund of $13,757,170 and an estimated revenue next year of $13,397,784 meaning they needed to cut an additional $360,000 from...
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Injuries force Plymouth grad Mercer to leave Belmont team

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October 8, 2018
Injuries force Plymouth grad Mercer to leave Belmont team

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – - Belmont University men’s basketball senior Mack Mercer (Plymouth, Ind.) has withdrawn from the team for health reasons, head coach Rick Byrd confirmed Monday. One of the most skilled big men ever to play for Byrd, Mercer played in 81 career games and was part of three consecutive Ohio Valley Conference championship teams....
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Rojas Arrested for Domestic Battery

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October 8, 2018
Rojas Arrested for Domestic Battery

A Plymouth man is behind bars after being accused of domestic battery. Plymouth Police units were dispatched to 806 Freeman Drive about 2:45 in the morning for a domestic call.  After a brief investigation 47 year old Juan Manuel Rojas was arrested for Domestic Battery and held on a $750 cash bond.   Listeners...
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Plymouth Man Arrested by City Police on Saturday for OWI on Oak Drive

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October 8, 2018
Plymouth Man Arrested by City Police on Saturday for OWI on Oak Drive

24 year old Sammuel T. Hardy of Plymouth was arrested by Plymouth Police on Saturday, October 6th following a traffic stop on Oak Drive, south of PIDCO Drive. About 5:15 in the morning Officer Arnold stopped the vehicle and found Mr. Hardy Operating a motor vehicle While Intoxicated with a previous conviction. Sammuel Hardy...
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