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Plymouth School Referendum will be on May Primary Ballot

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February 26, 2019
Plymouth School Referendum will be on May Primary Ballot

The Plymouth Community School Corporation referendum will be on the May Primary ballot according to the Marshall County Election Board. Tuesday morning, County Clerk, Deb VanDeMark told election board members the Department of Local Government Finance had made a final determination on the proposed question.  The Plymouth School Corporation proposes to place an operating...
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Senter Talks Relationships During State of the City Address

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February 26, 2019
Senter Talks Relationships During State of the City Address

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter gave his State of the City Address during Monday night’s City Council meeting. The theme of this year’s speech was relationships.  The Mayor said, “I’d like to spend the next several minutes reflecting on our city’s recent successes and envisioning its opportunities ahead through the lens of our most valuable...
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PHS Grad Opens Chiropractic Business in Plymouth

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February 26, 2019
PHS Grad Opens Chiropractic Business in Plymouth

Plymouth continues to be the kind of town that attracts young families, especially those who grew up in the community. Blake Olson graduated in 2002 from Plymouth High School and headed to Valparaiso University to study accounting and finance and earned his undergraduate degree. However, while taking his grandmother to the chiropractic clinic of...
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PLYMOUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY UNVEILS NEW LOGO AND LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE PLYMOUTH,

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February 26, 2019
PLYMOUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY UNVEILS NEW LOGO AND LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE PLYMOUTH,

The Plymouth Public Library (PPL) is proud to unveil their new branding!  PPL has taken large strides to provide exceptional services, engaging programming and events, and a wide-ranging collection of materials to the community.   The new branding and logo help to represent how the library continues to evolve and adapt to serve the community...
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Opening night VIP package on sale March 4

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February 26, 2019
Opening night VIP package on sale March 4

As Opening Night at Four Winds Field continues to inch closer, the South Bend Cubs have announced the return of their exclusive Opening Night VIP package. The team will open the 2019 season on Thursday, April 4 against the West Michigan Whitecaps. The VIP package, presented by Budweiser, will go on sale to the...
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City Officer Arrests Eugene Rowe for No Trespass

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February 26, 2019
City Officer Arrests Eugene Rowe for No Trespass

Just before 10 p.m. Friday night, Plymouth Police Officers were dispatched for an unwanted guest at 1687 North Michigan Street lot 169. After a brief investigation by Officer Finn, it was found that 62 year old Eugene Rowe of Plymouth had a active “no trespass” order for the Northgate Mobile Home Park.  It was...
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Plymouth Referee Officiates at Boys & Girls Basketball, Possibly History Making

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February 26, 2019
Plymouth Referee Officiates at Boys & Girls Basketball, Possibly History Making

The February 23, 2019 state Girl’s 1A Basketball Championship could have been an Indiana basketball record for referee Ron Day of Plymouth.  Although past  records are incomplete, it appears that Day is the first referee in the history of Indiana to referee the 1A, 2A, 3A, and 4A games for both boy’s and girl’s...
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Hearn Arrested at Probation Dept.

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February 26, 2019
Hearn Arrested at Probation Dept.

Plymouth Police Officer Ray West was dispatched to the Marshall County Probation Department Monday morning, February 25th about 10 for a client who had an active warrant. 23 year old  Jacob L Hearn of Sharpsville, IN was arrested for a probation violation and held with NO BOND.   Listeners and readers are reminded that...
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Senator Randy Head: Supporting Our Veterans

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February 26, 2019
Senator Randy Head: Supporting Our Veterans

The heroes who serve in our Armed Forces risk their lives and health to preserve American ideals, and they deserve the utmost respect when they return home. Indiana legislators are committed to making Hoosier communities more accommodating to those who served our country, and we are considering several measures this session that would benefit...
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Knox Teen Arrested for Theft at Walmart

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February 26, 2019
Knox Teen Arrested for Theft at Walmart

Plymouth Police were called to Walmart Friday, February 22nd at 9:30 p.m. in reference a theft. The suspect, 18 year old Jaelynn M Sons of Knox was arrested for Theft and held on a $750 cash bond.   Listeners and readers are reminded that charging information supported by an affidavit of probable cause is...
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