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Maria Mata Arrested for Possession of Controlled Substance & Paraphernalia

December 27, 2018
Maria Mata Arrested for Possession of Controlled Substance & Paraphernalia

A Plymouth woman was arrested on Sunday, December 23rd after city police stopped her vehicle for a traffic infraction. Officer Shanna Gilmer stopped a vehicle at Walnut and Jefferson Streets about 9:30 in the evening and found the driver, 22 year old Maria Mata to be in possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of...
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November 2018 Indiana Employment Report

December 27, 2018
November 2018 Indiana Employment Report

Indiana’s unemployment rate stands at 3.6 percent for November 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 more than five years. The monthly unemployment rate is a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicator that...
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Three Arrest by City Police for Impared Driving

December 27, 2018
Three Arrest by City Police for Impared Driving

Plymouth Police Officers arrested 3 people during the Christmas holiday season…. On Friday, December 21st at approximately 10:20 PM Plymouth Police Officer Jerrid Arnold conducted a traffic stop in the parking lot of the Shell Station at 2405 North Michigan Street.  The driver of the vehicle, 21 year old Aaron Hall was arrested for...
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Miller’s Honors Employees During Christmas Party

December 27, 2018
Miller’s Honors Employees During Christmas Party

During the Miller’s Merry Manor Christmas Party for co-workers, Administrator Bryan Zehr surprised Jared Luz and Becky Hooley as Co-Employee’s of the Year for 2018. Voted on by their fellow co-workers, Bryan shared that the votes were so close it was felt they were both deserving of the award.   Jared has worked in nursing,...
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Topelian Arrested on Warrant

December 27, 2018
Topelian Arrested on Warrant

Officer Jerrid Arnold with the Plymouth Police Department stopped a vehicle on Sunday, December 23rd at approximately 1:40 PM.  The traffic stop was in the parking lot of Family Express on West Jefferson Street.   The driver, 27 year old Matthew J. Topelian Jr. of Knox was arrested on an outstanding Marshall County warrant for...
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Winners in Miller’s Annual Red & Green Party Announced

December 27, 2018
Winners in Miller’s Annual Red & Green Party Announced

Residents, staff and volunteers of Miller’s Assisted Living Facility celebrated their annual Red & Green Party on December 24th in the Oak Hill Café.  Those attending wore their Christmas attire of all red, all green or a combination of red and green.  Winners were then chosen in each category and awarded prizes. The party...
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AG Hill Supports Efforts to Reinstate Citizenship Question to 2020 Census Questionnaire

December 27, 2018
AG Hill Supports Efforts to Reinstate Citizenship Question to 2020 Census Questionnaire

Attorney General Curtis Hill has joined a multistate legal brief supporting plans by the federal government to reinstate a citizenship question to the 2020 census questionnaire. The brief was filed in opposition to a lawsuit by 17 other states against the U.S. Department of Commerce, of which the U.S. Census Bureau is part. Amid...
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343 Indiana Foster Kids in Forever Homes

December 27, 2018
343 Indiana Foster Kids in Forever Homes

Hundreds of Hoosier children have now found their forever families thanks to dozens of successful National Adoption Month events across Indiana.     343 kids were adopted in November, a more than 23 percent increase from last year during the same annual celebration.    “Hundreds of Indiana children now have place to call home, just in time...
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Architecture & Construction in Triton Elementary Art Class

December 27, 2018
Architecture & Construction in Triton Elementary Art Class

The last few weeks before Christmas break the Triton Elementary Scholars were learning about architecture and construction in Mrs. McFarland’s Art Classes. The students learned about how important a strong foundation is, both in building, and in their lives. They created blue prints and worked collaboratively to build a variety of structures. The materials...
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Brandon A. Wojcik age 27 of Plymouth

December 27, 2018
Brandon A. Wojcik age 27 of Plymouth

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The Rumor Mill on Garden Court Project Put to Rest

December 26, 2018
The Rumor Mill on Garden Court Project Put to Rest

Local architect  and Garden Court committee member Brent Martin said, “I received a phone call right before Christmas and was asked if it was true the City of Plymouth put a stop work order on the Garden Court project.”  He said, “The answer is no.” Martin explained why that rumor started. Jackson Services cleared the...
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Plymouth Woman Arrested at Economy Inn on Multiple Charges

December 26, 2018
Plymouth Woman Arrested at Economy Inn on Multiple Charges

Plymouth Police were dispatched to the Economy Inn just after midnight on December 19th for an unknown situation. Officer Miller arrived and met with 33 year old Falesha Lynn Martin of Plymouth who advised she and her boyfriend had been arguing verbally. After an investigation Ms. Martin was placed in custody for Battery, Disorderly...
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Young, Warren Government Accountability Bill Heads to President’s Desk

December 26, 2018
Young, Warren Government Accountability Bill Heads to President’s Desk

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) announced that their bipartisan legislation to increase oversight of taxpayer dollars spent by federal agencies has passed the House by a 382-2 vote and now heads to the President’s desk to await his signature. The Good Accounting Obligation in Government (GAO-IG) Act requires federal agencies to report...
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Holiday Recycling Tips

December 26, 2018
Holiday Recycling Tips

Americans generate 20% more waste between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day.  Remarkably, about 80% of what is thrown away during the holidays could actually be recycled or re-purposed.  Here are a couple tips to help you become a better recycler during the holiday season. You can always recycle paper including plain wrapping paper and...
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Plymouth Police Serve Warrants on Individuals

December 26, 2018
Plymouth Police Serve Warrants on Individuals

Plymouth Police Officers served several warrants in the last week.  On December 20th, about 2:15 in the afternoon officers were dispatched to the area of 328 North Kingston Road for the report of suspicious male and female outside Dollar General. Officers arrived and located 47 year old Richard Milton of LaPaz. Centralized Dispatched advised...
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Walorski Statement on Audit of Commerce Tariff Exclusion Process

December 26, 2018
Walorski Statement on Audit of Commerce Tariff Exclusion Process

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Friday released the following statement after the Government Accountability Office (GAO) announced it would review the Commerce Department’s tariff exclusion process, an investigation of which Walorski was a co-requestor: “A robust product exclusion process is critical to providing relief for American manufacturers and small businesses affected by the steel...
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AG Curtis Hill endorses national prison reform legislation known as First Step Act

December 26, 2018
AG Curtis Hill endorses national prison reform legislation known as First Step Act

Attorney General Curtis Hill last week joined 37 other attorneys general in signing a bipartisan letter endorsing the national prison reform legislation known as the First Step Act. In announcing his support for the legislation, Attorney General Hill issued the following statement: “All Americans should be encouraged by the bipartisan manner in which Congress...
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Triton Elementary Preschoolers Giving Back & Living out the Trojan Way, Others Over Self!

December 26, 2018
Triton Elementary Preschoolers Giving Back & Living out the Trojan Way, Others Over Self!

The Triton Elementary preschooler’s have been reading about and discussing what it looks and feels like to give of their time, talents, and treasures. They packed Blessings bags last week and Superintendent Jeremy Riffle said, “They loved it.” He thanked Mrs. Lisek for teaching such a great lesson so early in these scholars lives!...
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YEAR END SUPPORT FOR THE REES

December 25, 2018
YEAR END SUPPORT FOR THE REES

Community involvement is a key component to the success of The REES Project and that has been evident throughout this capital campaign as a Regional Cities match was reached this fall and with sights set on attaining the overall goal of $3.46MM in 2019.  Two separate star level gifts are being announced today from...
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Cardonas Arrested for Sexual Misconduct with a Minor

December 25, 2018
Cardonas Arrested for Sexual Misconduct with a Minor

After a lengthy investigation, 21 year old Kelvin Torres Cardonas of Plymouth was arrested December 20th at 2 p.m. for Sexual Misconduct with a Minor. Cardonas was taken into custody and transported to the jail where he was charged with Sexual Misconduct with a Minor as a Level 4 Felony.  He is currently being...
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