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Archive for April, 2019

Plymouth School Board Schedules Executive Session to Interview Candidates for Open Seat

April 30, 2019
Plymouth School Board Schedules Executive Session to Interview Candidates for Open Seat

The Plymouth School Board has scheduled two special meetings to interview potential candidates to fill the vacancy on the board. The vacancy comes after the resignation of former board vice-president Larry Holloway. Holloway’s resignation was effective as of mid-April. Since his term would not have expired until December 31, 2020, the person appointed by...
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Reinholt Arrested on Warrant, Possession of Cocaine & Paraphernalia

April 30, 2019
Reinholt Arrested on Warrant, Possession of Cocaine & Paraphernalia

Friday evening Marshall County Police arrested 38 year old Steven M Reinholt of Knox.  Reinholt was stopped on US 6 for improper taillights by Officer Wozniak just before 9 p.m.  During the investigation it was learned he had an active warrant through Marshall County for Failure to Appear.   Steven Reinholt was also charged with...
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STANDING ORDER EXPANDS ADULT ACCESS TO MEASLES VACCINE

April 30, 2019
STANDING ORDER EXPANDS ADULT ACCESS TO MEASLES VACCINE

State Health Commissioner Kris Box, Tuesday issued a statewide standing order to make it easier for Indiana adults to get vaccinated against measles, a highly infectious disease that has sickened more than 700 people in 22 states this year, including one person in Indiana. The standing order means that adults do not need to...
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Hardesty Arrested for Domestic Battery and Disorderly Conduct by Plymouth Police

April 30, 2019
Hardesty Arrested for Domestic Battery and Disorderly Conduct by Plymouth Police

A 911 call Sunday morning about 3:30 sent Plymouth Police to 212 Charles Street for a domestic battery complaint.  Officer Wally Derifield investigated the complaint and arrested 44 year old Glenn Hardesty of the Charles Street address.  Hardesty was arrested for Domestic Battery in the presence of a child and Disorderly Conduct.   He was...
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A Flash Flood Advisory in effect until 10:45pm EDT tonight for Marshall Co. Flood Watch in effect until tomorrow.

April 30, 2019
A Flash Flood Advisory in effect until 10:45pm EDT tonight for Marshall Co. Flood Watch in effect until tomorrow.

The National Weather Service in Northern Indiana has issued a* Flash Flood Advisory for Minor Flooding in Poor Drainage Areas for…Marshall County in north central Indiana…* Until 1045 PM EDT/945 PM CDT/. tonight.Approximately 1. 5 up to 3 in. of rain has already fallen in some areas.The potential exists for 1 to 2 inches...
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Park Dept. to Host 2nd Annual Ladies & Lil’ Gents Dinner & Movie Date Night

April 30, 2019
Park Dept. to Host 2nd Annual Ladies & Lil’ Gents Dinner & Movie Date Night

The Plymouth Park Department presents the 2nd annual Ladies and Lil’ Gents Dinner and Movie Date Night. On Friday, May 10th Mothers and their sons are invited to enjoy a date night at the Knights of Columbus Hall.  Tickets to the date night are $10 for the mother and son and $2 for each...
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Herrera Arrested for Domestic Battery in the Presence of a Child

April 30, 2019
Herrera Arrested for Domestic Battery in the Presence of a Child

Plymouth Police were dispatched to the Northgate Trailer Park on North Michigan Street Monday afternoon about 12:45 for a domestic battery complaint. Officer John Weir investigated the case and arrested 26 year old Omar Juan Herrera of the North Michigan Street address for Domestic Battery in the Presence of a Child.  He was lodged...
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Plymouth Education Association annual Chicken & Bake Sale May 3rd

April 30, 2019
Plymouth Education Association annual Chicken & Bake Sale May 3rd

The Plymouth Education Association is raising money for this year’s PEA Teaching Scholarship fund through their annual Nelson’s Chicken fundraiser. This year’s event will be held at Plymouth High School in the front lobby on May 3 from 3-5:30 p.m. Pit-Tatoes® are $3.50 and a half chicken will run you $6.50. If you are...
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Gutierrez Arrested for Marijuana

April 30, 2019
Gutierrez Arrested for Marijuana

On Sunday Plymouth Police Officer Shanna Gilmer arrested a Warsaw man for Possession of Marijuana. Officer Gilmer located 18 year old Edgar Gutierrez in the 1300 block of West Jefferson Street and found him to be in possession of marijuana.   Gutierrez was booked into the Marshall County Jail for his first offense of marijuana...
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AG Hill Seeks Recovery of Funds from Former Employee of Whiteland Volunteer Fire Department

April 30, 2019
AG Hill Seeks Recovery of Funds from Former Employee of Whiteland Volunteer Fire Department

Attorney General Curtis Hill on April 29 filed a complaint to recover public funds misappropriated by a former secretary-treasurer of the Whiteland Volunteer Fire Department. The former employee, Divonna Hendrickson, pleaded guilty late last year to several counts of felony theft in connection with her misuse of the public funds. The Johnson County Prosecutor’s...
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The 2019 Indiana State Fair Just Got a Whole Lot More Super!

April 30, 2019
The 2019 Indiana State Fair Just Got a Whole Lot More Super!

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s your favorite SUPER HEROES taking over the 2019 Indiana State Fair! The Fair theme this year, HEROES IN THE HEARTLAND presented by Indiana Donor Network, salutes Hoosier farmers, first responders, educators, members of the Armed Forces and many others who keep us safe and make us proud. And now, fairgoers...
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Tech Talk 4-30-19

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What’s Your Opinion 4-30-19 (JA/Real Services)

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Kaila Tapia Arrested for Meth and Several other Charges

April 29, 2019
Kaila Tapia Arrested for Meth and Several other Charges

A traffic stop on Sunday, April 28th resulted in the arrest of a Plymouth woman. At approximately 2:30 Sunday morning, Officer Wozniak with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department initiated a traffic stop on a gold 2005 Buick minivan in the area of Jefferson Street and Oak Drive in Plymouth. During the investigation, a female...
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Go Fund Me Account Created by PHS Students to Replace Choir Uniforms Vandalized

April 29, 2019
Go Fund Me Account Created by PHS Students to Replace Choir Uniforms Vandalized

A Go Fund Me account has been created by a student lead initiative to assist the Plymouth High School Music Department in replacing some uniforms that were recently vandalized. From the Go Fund Me page it states, “The PHS choir department works very hard to raise money to get outfits, music, etc., and unfortunately...
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Plymouth Seniors Named National Speech and Debate Association Academic All-Americans

April 29, 2019
Plymouth Seniors Named National Speech and Debate Association Academic All-Americans

The Plymouth High School Speech Team had a fantastic season placing, 2nd in the State AA Tournament and 3rd overall just losing to Munster and Fishers High Schools. Now, the awards keep rolling in for these talented students. The PHS team that four seniors have been named National Speech and Debate Association Academic Hall...
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Southwell Arrested for Driving and being over Two Times the Legal Limit

April 29, 2019
Southwell Arrested for Driving and being over Two Times the Legal Limit

A 26 year old Plymouth man was arrested on Saturday, April 27th after county police conducted a traffic stop in the Kroger parking lot.  About 12:46 AM, Officer Wozniak with Marshall County Sheriff’s Department stop a black 2003 Mitsubishi and found the driver of the vehicle, 26 year old Tyler N. Southwell to be...
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PHS Juniors selected to represent PHS at Hoosier Girls State

April 29, 2019
PHS Juniors selected to represent PHS at Hoosier Girls State

  Three Plymouth High School juniors, along with an alternative student have been selected to represent Plymouth High School at this year’s American Legion Auxiliary Hoosier Girls State. Hoosier Girls State will take place at Trine University in Angola on June 23-29. The delegates for this year’s Hoosier Girls State are Fernanda Cortes, Kelsey...
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54 Year Old Walkerton Woman Arrested for OWI

April 29, 2019
54 Year Old Walkerton Woman Arrested for OWI

A Walkerton woman was arrested in the early morning hour of Saturday, April 27th after being stopped by Officer Ayala with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department. Just after midnight Officer Ayala initiated a traffic stop in the area of U.S. 6 and Sage Road.   During the course of the traffic stop he found the...
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Plymouth High School English Teacher Tyler Ciboch Named Teacher of the Month

April 29, 2019
Plymouth High School English Teacher Tyler Ciboch Named Teacher of the Month

Plymouth High School English teacher Tyler Ciboch was selected by the PHS student body as the Teachers Credit Union Teacher of the Month for March. Ciboch was nominated by some of his students for being caring and being a positive person. One nominating student said, “Mr. Ciboch, you have helped me perceive the world...
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