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As We See It 5-22-19

May 30, 2019


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LARE Grants Help Eradicate Aquatic Invasive Plants in Marshall County

May 29, 2019
LARE Grants Help Eradicate Aquatic Invasive Plants in Marshall County

Department of Natural Resources grants totaling $632,880 will be used to fight aquatic invasive plants in Indiana’s lakes. The grants were awarded by DNR director Cameron F. Clark through the Lake and River Enhancement (LARE) program in the DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife. The 42 projects involve 62 lakes and one river in...
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Go Fund Me Accounts Set Up for Nunez Family

May 29, 2019
Go Fund Me Accounts Set Up for Nunez Family

Two different Go Fund Me accounts have been set up for the Nunez family. Plymouth High School students have set up a Go Fund Me account to support Erik Nunez and his sisters following the horrific accident in Ohio on Monday that claimed the lives of his mother and father.  The family will be...
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City Council Approves 1st Step in Tax Abatement Process for Harrington Noodles

May 29, 2019
City Council Approves 1st Step in Tax Abatement Process for Harrington Noodles

Wednesday evening the Plymouth Common Council conducted their regular meetings due to the Memorial Day holiday. They took the first step in the Tax Abatement process for Vigilant Holdings, commonly known as Harrington Noodles. Crystal Garza told council members the company began in German Township in 1963 and she purchased it in 2011.  She...
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Jeni Hernandez Arrested for Operating Without A License

May 29, 2019
Jeni Hernandez Arrested for Operating Without A License

A Plymouth woman was arrested last Friday for driving without ever receiving a driver’s license. Just before 2 in the afternoon, Officer Gilmer with the Plymouth Police Department stopped a vehicle at North and Center Streets.  33 year old Jeny Hernandez was arrested for operating a vehicle without ever receiving a license.  She was...
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More Award Winners from PHS Senior Awards

May 29, 2019
More Award Winners from PHS Senior Awards

Seniors at Plymouth High School were honored with awards and scholarships during Friday’s senior awards event.  Dozens and dozens of students received local awards and scholarships. The Eugene and Florence Stanley Scholarships were presented by Mrs. Connie Lemler and Mrs. JoElla DePra to: Jada Anglin, Rachel Bockman, Mickaela Bush, Cole Filson, Clay Hilliard, Nicole Keller, Megan...
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UPDATE: Oak Threat from Diseased Rhododendrons in Indiana Expands Statewide

May 29, 2019
UPDATE: Oak Threat from Diseased Rhododendrons in Indiana Expands Statewide

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) confirmed more than 70 Walmart stores and 18 Rural King stores in the state have received rhododendron plants infected with sudden oak death (SOD), a fungal pathogen that kills oak trees. Shipments containing infested material were sent to nine other states as well. Workers from the Department...
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Kids Native American Day Camp at County Museum

May 29, 2019
Kids Native American Day Camp at County Museum

Wednesday, June 26 is Native American Day Camp at the Marshall County Museum! Visit the model Train Room, Kids Farmer’s Market, make a Native American craft or game, or tour the exhibits from 10-2. Special programs like Native American storytelling is featured from 11 – Noon, and a self-guided scavenger hunt (with an adult)...
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Howard Arrested on Failure to Appear Warrant

May 29, 2019
Howard Arrested on Failure to Appear Warrant

On Friday, May 24th Officer Chad Beatty with the Plymouth Police Department located 32 year old Nathaniel Howard of Plymouth at his residence at 823 West Garro Street. Nathaniel Howard was taken into custody and lodged in the Marshall County Jail on an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear out of Marshall County.  ...
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Young Calls for Passage of Tobacco to 21 Act in South Bend

May 29, 2019
Young Calls for Passage of Tobacco to 21 Act in South Bend

At the Salvation Army Kroc Center in South Bend, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) Wednesday joined students  and  representatives from Smoke Free St. Joe and the Indiana Chamber to make the case for his Tobacco to 21 Act, which would raise the federal minimum tobacco age to 21. Senator Young outlined the alarming statistics in Indiana, where...
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IN Attorney General Warns Hoosiers to Beware of Storm Chasers in Aftermath of Spring Storms

May 29, 2019
IN Attorney General Warns Hoosiers to Beware of Storm Chasers in Aftermath of Spring Storms

After tornadoes and severe weather swept through Indiana on Memorial Day, Attorney General Curtis Hill warned Hoosiers to be wary of scams. Scammers often strike after severe storms, taking advantage of homeowners needing repairs. “We’ve all seen the significant damage that can result from storms ripping through neighborhoods,” Attorney General Hill said. “Hoosiers needing...
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Saunders returns to action picks up win, Spiewak runs away to capture Super Streets feature

May 29, 2019
Saunders returns to action picks up win, Spiewak runs away to capture Super Streets feature

Mother Nature gave the Plymouth Speedway a break from the rain long enough Saturday night to get in some close racing action. Four classes battled it out on the fast clay track with three of them racing for an expanded purse. The track was a dry slick track with an inviting cushion on top...
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PAINT THE VIADUCT PROJECT PROPOSED

May 28, 2019
PAINT THE VIADUCT PROJECT PROPOSED

In 2008 The City of Plymouth completed a study of the South Gateway to downtown Plymouth.    This resulted in a transportation enhancement grant that purchased and demolished the old Dimmit Building and built the walkway along the south bank of the Yellow River.  The study also set the stage for the Rivergate South Apartments currently...
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Bremen Man Arrested by Bremen Police for Multiple Counts of Child Molestation

May 28, 2019
Bremen Man Arrested by Bremen Police for Multiple Counts of Child Molestation

A Mishawaka man was arrested by Bremen Police on Tuesday, May 28th and lodged in the Marshall County Jail for Child Molestation. According to the Bremen PD news release, 47 year old Ricardo Hernandez Vasquez was arrested at 815 West Douglas Road, lot 61 in Mishawaka about 2:30 in the afternoon. Vasquez was lodged...
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More Scholarships & Awards from PHS Senior Awards Ceremony

May 28, 2019
More Scholarships & Awards from PHS Senior Awards Ceremony

Hundreds of awards and scholarships were presented to members of the Plymouth High School senior class during Senior Awards last Friday. The PERFECT ATTENDANCE Award was presented by Mr. Kenneth Olson to Brittney Klotz.  Brittney had perfect attendance all four years at Plymouth High School. Principal Jim Condon presented the TOP 5% Awards to 13...
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Vigil Arrested for OWI, Endangering and Possession of Cocaine

May 28, 2019
Vigil Arrested for OWI, Endangering and Possession of Cocaine

39 year old Martin Vigil of Plymouth was arrested following a traffic stop on Friday, May 24th. About 10:15 Plymouth Police Officer David Finn stopped a vehicle near 314 East Jefferson Street. Vigil was found to have a suspended drivers license and after further investigation he was arrested for Operating While Intoxicated, Operating While...
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Chicago Man Arrested for OWI & Cocaine by City Police

May 28, 2019
Chicago Man Arrested for OWI & Cocaine by City Police

Sunday morning, May 26th, about 10:30 the Marshall County Dispatch Center received two separate calls advising of a reckless driver eastbound on US 30. After observing the vehicle pass, Plymouth Police Officer Shelley Church initiated a traffic stop east of Plymouth Goshen Trail. During her investigation she determined that 27 year old Joseph M....
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13th Annual Yellow River Festival this Saturday & Sunday at River Park Square

May 28, 2019
13th Annual Yellow River Festival this Saturday & Sunday at River Park Square

The 13th annual Yellow River Festival takes place this Saturday and Sunday in River Park Square in downtown Plymouth.  Come be a part of the Yellow River Festival celebrating Marshall County history, encompassing the years 1840 through the 1040’s.  Experience period music and dancing, storytelling, and demonstrations….there’s something for everyone.  Families of all ages...
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Earl Wessel Arrested for Violation of Home Detention

May 28, 2019
Earl Wessel Arrested for Violation of Home Detention

Monday evening, May 27th Plymouth Police Officers were dispatched to 1017 North Plum Street in reference to a physical fight between three males. Officer Enyart conducted an investigation of the situation and arrested 42 year old Earl Wessel who was discovered to be on home detention and in violation of the terms.  He was...
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Painting has become a Passion’ with Leanor Papai at Heartland

May 28, 2019
Painting has become a Passion’ with Leanor Papai at Heartland

Heartland Artists Gallery is proud to welcome Leanor Papai to the Gallery in the month of June as our featured artist. There will be an Open House, Sunday, June 2 from 1-4 p.m. at the Gallery located at 101 N. Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth. The community is invited to share refreshments, con­versation and...
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