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Archive for November, 2018

Joan “Faye” Leffert age 97 of Plymouth

November 28, 2018

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Reichard’s double/double leads Pilgrims to win

November 27, 2018
Reichard’s double/double leads Pilgrims to win

PLYMOUTH – From the way it started there could be no way to guess that Plymouth would run away from Triton by a 61-28 final. The Trojans came out with an intensity that had Plymouth back on their heels and struggling to stay in the game. Triton had a 10-4 lead at one point...
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Chavez Updates Redevelopment Commission on Projects

November 27, 2018
Chavez Updates Redevelopment Commission on Projects

During last week’s Redevelopment Commission meeting, Jerry Chavez, president and CEO of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation updated members on the River Gate South Development Project. He said the building project is moving forward and the building closest to Michigan Street is nearing completion.  Chavez said the developer, Scott Savin isn’t pushing to...
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Business Outlook Positive in Plymouth with American Containers Expansion

November 27, 2018

American Containers, Inc., headquartered in Plymouth, has announced their third expansion in four years. American Containers, a leader in the corrugated packaging industry, plans to invest nearly $1.2 million in equipment to improve production capabilities and maintain their position as a valued Plymouth manufacturer. The expansion is supported by a seven-year, phase-in, personal property...
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Plymouth Board of Public Works Approves Requests

November 27, 2018
Plymouth Board of Public Works Approves Requests

Monday evening, members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety approved two requests for prepayment. The first prepayment request was from BIS Digital out of Fort Lauderdale, FL.  They will be installing a new recording system for the new council chambers in the upstairs of City Hall. The total cost for the...
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Marshall County Health Department to Provide FREE Radon Testing Kits

November 27, 2018
Marshall County Health Department to Provide FREE Radon Testing Kits

Radon is a naturally occurring gas in the earth’s crust that can find its way into homes.  The Radon gas can seep into homes and build up into dangerous concentrations.  The long-term exposure is the threat to your health and being a colorless and odorless gas, it is virtually undetectable without a radon detector. ...
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Senators Young and Coons Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Support Entrepreneurs

November 27, 2018
Senators Young and Coons Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Support Entrepreneurs

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Chris Coons (D-Del.) introduced the Innovators to Entrepreneurs Act of 2018 today. This bipartisan bill encourages broader participation in the successful National Science Foundation Innovation Corps (I-Corps) program and provides additional training for innovators to learn how to turn their research into a company. “Entrepreneurs fuel Indiana’s small business community...
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2019 DNR State Park Permits Available

November 27, 2018
2019 DNR State Park Permits Available

Annual entrance permits, horse tags, off-road cycling permits and lake permits for 2019 are on sale now at DNR Division of State Parks property offices. These passes and permits make great holiday gifts for outdoor lovers and are a wise self-gift, too. With a daily entrance fee of $7 per car at DNR properties,...
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Society of Broken Souls to Bring Their Unique Music to Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour

November 27, 2018
Society of Broken Souls to Bring Their Unique Music to Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour

Lauryn Shapter and Dennis James of Society of Broken Souls join us on the Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour this coming weekend and week.   Along with Lincoln Junior High School radio announcer, Meg Robinson, and host, George Schricker, the Souls take us through stories concerning their songwriting process while sharing some of their beautiful songs. John Bahler,...
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Alicia Dennie is Miss Purdue University

November 27, 2018
Alicia Dennie is Miss Purdue University

By Maggie Nixon Correspondent WEST LAFAYETTE — The Rees Theater marquee welcomes Miss Purdue University back to town for Thanksgiving break, and boy is she ever thankful. Alicia Dennie, a sophomore at Purdue and Plymouth High School graduate (the daughter of Cory and Teresa Dennie) won the title just a week ago. “I am...
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Coaches Corner 11-24-18

November 27, 2018


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Plymouth vs. New Prairie (Boys basketball) 11-24-18

November 27, 2018


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Tech Talk 11-27-18

November 27, 2018


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St. Rep. Jack Jordan’s Resolution for “Ray Reed” Supported by City Council

November 26, 2018
St. Rep. Jack Jordan’s Resolution for “Ray Reed” Supported by City Council

Monday evening, State Representative Jack Jordon presented members of the Plymouth Common Council with a copy of a resolution from the House of Representatives to rename a portion of US 30 as the “Ralph ‘Ray’ Reed Memorial Drive.” Giving some details of the process, Jordan said between the Senate and House, only five opportunities...
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City Council Approves 3.5% Raise for Mayor and Clerk/Treasurer

November 26, 2018
City Council Approves 3.5% Raise for Mayor and Clerk/Treasurer

The ordinance to set the pay raise for the Mayor and Clerk/Treasurer of Plymouth was passed Monday evening during the Common Council meeting. The ordinance recommendation set forth by Councilman Don Ecker Jr. called for a 3.5% salary increase for 2019.  At the common council meeting two weeks ago Ecker said he was trying...
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Big Ticket Items for the Shop With A Cop Radio Auction Dec. 7th

November 26, 2018
Big Ticket Items for the Shop With A Cop Radio Auction Dec. 7th

The 11th Annual Shop With a Cop Radio Auction is Friday, December 7th on WTCA AM 1050 & FM 106.1. Again this year, Oliver Ford Lincoln in Plymouth is partnering with Plymouth FOP Lodge 195 to auction off a vehicle.  This year the vehicle will be a 2010 Ford F150 Super Cab 4 x...
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Wrong-Way Driver Arrested for Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol and Drugs

November 26, 2018
Wrong-Way Driver Arrested for Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol and Drugs

The report of a wrong-way driver on US 30 Sunday morning ended in an arrest. At 4:30 Sunday morning, November 25th, Marshall County deputies responded to a report of a wrong way driver on 30 near Rose Road. Deputies located the vehicle along with the driver, 32 year old Gary Garcia of South Bend....
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A Pair of Claypool Men Arrested for Meth & Other Charges

November 26, 2018
A Pair of Claypool Men Arrested for Meth & Other Charges

On Friday, November 23rd, about 8:45 in the evening, Marshall County Officer Wozniak initiated a traffic stop on a gray 2005 Pontiac passenger car in the area of US 31 and 14C Road. During the investigation, Officer Wozniak utilized his canine partner Irok around the exterior of the vehicle for a free air sniff....
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Book Signing at Plymouth Public Library to Connect Public with WWII Veterans and Events

November 26, 2018
Book Signing at Plymouth Public Library to Connect Public with WWII Veterans and Events

Hoosier author Kayleen Reusser has completed her third book of military stories entitled We Gave Our Best: American World War II Veterans Tell Their Stories. She will present a talk and photos about her experiences of interviewing World War II veterans at Plymouth Public Library on Monday, December 3, at 6:00 p.m. Reusser will...
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Danika Holmes and Jeb Hart from Nashville at Wild Rose This Saturday

November 26, 2018
Danika Holmes and Jeb Hart from Nashville at Wild Rose This Saturday

Danika Holmes and Jeb Hart have opened for Lyle Lovett, Dierks Bentley, Phil Vassar, and Tracy Lawrence. You can find them all over the web in a number of popular YouTube videos and both are seasoned performers with their own private followings. They’ve released 4 CDs of original music and a number of singles.  Wherever they...
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