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Archive for October, 2018

Plymouth Park Dept. & 1st Source Bank Present HAUNTED GROUNDS this Thursday in Centennial Park

October 23, 2018
Plymouth Park Dept. & 1st Source Bank Present HAUNTED GROUNDS this Thursday in Centennial Park

The Plymouth Park Department and 1st Source Bank are sponsoring the HAUNTED GROUNDS this Thursday evening from 6:30 till 8:30 in Centennial Park. Bring the family out for some old fashioned Halloween fun with games provided by the Plymouth High School Student Council and face painting and hair coloring by the PHS Art Club. ...
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Man Yelling at 2 A.M. Arrested on Elkhart Warrant

October 23, 2018
Man Yelling at 2 A.M. Arrested on Elkhart Warrant

Plymouth Police Officer Chris Miller was dispatched to 1211 West Jefferson Street for an unknown subject yelling outside of an apartment on Monday morning just before 2 o’clock. Arriving on scene, the officer began an investigation of the incident and found the suspect, 26 year old Johnathon G. Porter to have a warrant through...
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Plymouth City Council Approves 100% Tax Abatement for Bomarko’s $5 Million Investment

October 23, 2018
Plymouth City Council Approves 100% Tax Abatement for Bomarko’s $5 Million Investment

Bomarko, Inc., a global leader in the flexible packaging products industry will be investing $5 million to expand their business in Plymouth. This plan is expected to solidify their presence in the community. The capital investment will include an estimated $2 million in building improvements and $3 million in new equipment, creating 20 jobs...
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Missouri Man Arrested for Fraud by City Police

October 23, 2018
Missouri Man Arrested for Fraud by City Police

A Missouri man was arrested Monday morning by Plymouth Police for Fraud. Officer John Weir arrested 26 year old Kenneth Garcia at the corner of Jefferson and Liberty Streets about 10:30. Garcia is alleged to have written three checks for approximately $6,000 to a local business to be cashed knowing there was not funds...
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DOR’s Nation Leading Fraud Team Stops over $9.7 Million in 2018

October 23, 2018
DOR’s Nation Leading Fraud Team Stops over $9.7 Million in 2018

The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) has made a tremendous investment in protecting Hoosier’s identities and preventing refund fraud, stopping over $9.7 million in fraud in 2018. Since the program’s inception in 2014, DOR’s identity and refund fraud protection program has stopped over $119 million in refund theft.   “Through the deployment of the...
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US CONGRESSWOMAN JACKIE WALORSKI VISITS MILLERS

October 23, 2018
US CONGRESSWOMAN JACKIE WALORSKI VISITS MILLERS

U.S. Congresswoman Jackie Walorski visited Miller’s Senior Living Community on Monday, Oct 22.  She arrived during the lunch hour and mingles with the residents and staff for approximately an hour.  She appeared very interested in hearing what was on everyone’s mind and asked direct questions about people’s opinions about the state of the union...
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Triton Art Club Takes Chicago Trip

October 23, 2018
Triton Art Club Takes Chicago Trip

Triton School Corporation Superintendent Jeremy Riffle said the Triton High School Art Club had an outstanding trip to Chicago Thursday, Oct. 18th. Students had the opportunity to take the water taxi to Chinatown, and saw the architecture along the river and in Chinatown. Afterwards they ventured to Navy Pier for lunch. The weather was...
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Donnelly Statement on Administration’s Newest Action to Undermine Healthcare Markets

October 23, 2018
Donnelly Statement on Administration’s Newest Action to Undermine Healthcare Markets

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement after the Administration issued new guidance that continues its efforts to undermine our country’s healthcare markets. The guidance would make it easier for states to bring “junk” healthcare plans, or other non-Affordable Care Act compliant plans, into their markets. These plans are allowed to deny coverage...
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Moreland Arrested on Drug Warrants Monday Morning

October 23, 2018
Moreland Arrested on Drug Warrants Monday Morning

Monday morning about 11:45 Marshall County Police Officers Joe Giordano, Anthony Bragg, and Sgt. Nick Laffoon arrested 34 year old Matthew C. Moreland on warrants. The arrest happened on State Road 17 north of State Road 8 and stemmed from a lengthy investigation conducted by officers of the Marshall County Undercover Narcotics Investigation Team....
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Tech Talk 10-23-18

October 23, 2018


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City Council Moves on Voluntary Annexation Request

October 22, 2018
City Council Moves on Voluntary Annexation Request

Monday night the Plymouth Common Council conducted a public hearing on the requests to annex two pieces of property on the city’s north side. City Attorney Sean Surrisi told council members that Matthew and Peter Ritenour asked to bring in the residential property at 598 Hoham Drive. Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson said the property...
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Coat Drive for “Warm Up Marshall County” Currently Underway

October 22, 2018
Coat Drive for “Warm Up Marshall County” Currently Underway

This year, “Warm Up Marshall County” a winter coat collection and distribution project created by Steve Keiser of Oliver Ford Lincoln in Plymouth is celebrating its 20th year. Each fall, Oliver Ford asks the citizens of Marshall County to clean out their closets of winter coats that they may no longer wear or that...
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Rochester Woman Arrested on Meth Charges Sunday Night

October 22, 2018
Rochester Woman Arrested on Meth Charges Sunday Night

A Rochester woman was arrested Sunday night about 10:30 after Plymouth Police were called to the intersection of East Jackson and Bailey Streets for a suspicious vehicle parked at the Bird Park. Officer Chad Beatty found 37 year old Kristy Hamilton hiding in her vehicle.  Upon further investigation, Officer Beatty found Hamilton to be...
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September 2018 Unemployment Report

October 22, 2018
September 2018 Unemployment Report

Indiana’s unemployment rate stands at 3.5 percent for September and remains lower than the national rate of 3.7 percent. With the exception of one month when it was equal (October 2014), Indiana’s unemployment rate now has been below the U.S. rate for nearly five years. The monthly unemployment rate is a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicator that reflects...
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Oswaldo Arrested for Fake ID & Interfering with a Drug screen

October 22, 2018
Oswaldo Arrested for Fake ID & Interfering with a Drug screen

On Wednesday afternoon, October 17th, Officer Steve DeLee from the Plymouth Police Department was dispatched to Urgent Care at the LifePlex on Miller Drive for a male in possession of a fake ID. During an investigation it was discovered that 29 year old Jorge Oswaldo Aguilar of Plymouth not only had a fake ID,...
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Michigan Man Arrested for OWI Following Crash on US 31, Passenger Hospitalized

October 22, 2018
Michigan Man Arrested for OWI Following Crash on US 31, Passenger Hospitalized

On Sunday October 21st at approximately 7:45 in the morning, officers with the Marshall County Sheriff`s Department responded to a single vehicle crash on U.S. 31 north of 12th Road.  From statements of the parties involved and evidence at the scene, the 2007 BMW 328 had been traveling north on U.S. 31 and ran...
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LaPaz Man Arrested for Leaving the Scene of Accident & False Informing

October 22, 2018
LaPaz Man Arrested for Leaving the Scene of Accident & False Informing

Friday evening, October 19th, about 9:45, Marshall County Police Officers were dispatched to 105 S. Michigan Street in LaPaz for a leaving the scene accident.  Officers conducted an investigation and found that the vehicle had not been struck in the parking lot but had been involved in a collision in the alley.  Their investigation...
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Hospital Auxiliary Donates to SJHS Foundation

October 22, 2018
Hospital Auxiliary Donates to SJHS Foundation

The Auxiliary of Saint Joseph Health System (SJHS) Plymouth Medical Center presented a generous check of $10,000 last week to the Foundation of Saint Joseph Health Sytem at their annual business meeting. Pictured left to right: Auxiliary Members, Treasurer, Annika Piazza and President, Debi Gidley; SJHS, Emily Clem, Foundation, Chris Karam, President of Plymouth...
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Attorney General Curtis Hill Announces Support for International Effort to Raise Awareness of Charity Fraud

October 22, 2018
Attorney General Curtis Hill Announces Support for International Effort to Raise Awareness of Charity Fraud

Attorney General Curtis Hill announced Monday his office is supporting an international effort to raise awareness of charity fraud. International Charity Fraud Awareness Week runs from today through Friday. It is sponsored by the Federal Trade Commission, the National Association of State Charities Officials and state charities regulators across the United States. “We must do...
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Volunteers Work 306 Volunteer Hours at REES Theatre Saturday

October 22, 2018
Volunteers Work 306 Volunteer Hours at REES Theatre Saturday

Plymouth had a very successful day Saturday cleaning out the interior of The REES, all four floors!  Volunteers numbering 34 from all walks of life included high school students, retirees, professionals, artists, educators, labor force workers along with community service individuals all with an incredible goal in mind…Bring back The REES.  Over 306 mankind...
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