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Archive for May, 2019

More Scholarships & Awards from PHS Senior Awards Ceremony

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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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AG Hill Joins Coalition of Attorneys Generals in Support of Disabled Veterans’ Student Loan Forgiveness

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May 28, 2019
AG Hill Joins Coalition of Attorneys Generals in Support of Disabled Veterans’ Student Loan Forgiveness

Attorney General Curtis Hill Tuesday joined a group of 52 attorneys general in urging the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) to automatically forgive the student loans of veterans who became totally and permanently disabled in connection with their military service. Last year the DOE identified more than 42,000 veterans as eligible for student loan...
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Argos Trash Pick Moved to Thursday

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May 28, 2019

Trash pickup will be on Thursday, May 30th due to the holiday. GO GREEN!! Please Sign up for Email Billing at Paymentservicenetwork.com
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Mrs. Dorothy M. White, 86, of Plymouth

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May 28, 2019

Click the Deaton-Clemens Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Miller’s Celebrates Memorial Day

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May 28, 2019
Miller’s Celebrates Memorial Day

Residents of Miller’s Assisted Living had a busy and enjoyable Memorial Day.  While some were able to attend the Memorial Day ceremonies held in the downtown area or with family members; others stayed home enjoyed a traditional picnic meal served by Miller’s dietary staff.  The menu consisted of grilled hamburgers and hot dogs, baked...
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