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Archive for May, 2019

Plymouth Community School Corporation’s Annual Teacher Appreciation Dinner Honors Retirees

May 22, 2019
Plymouth Community School Corporation’s Annual Teacher Appreciation Dinner Honors Retirees

Wednesday night was a big night for seven Plymouth Community School Corporation employees who are retiring this school year. The Plymouth Community School Corporation’s annual Teacher Appreciation Dinner took place in the Plymouth High School Red Rock Cafeteria.  It’s a tradition at the end of the school year to honor PCSC retirees who have...
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NCAVC Holds CTE Signing Day Event for Health Careers

May 22, 2019
NCAVC Holds CTE Signing Day Event for Health Careers

The term signing day likely conjures up the thought of an athlete or athletes signing a National Letter of Intent to advance to the next level moving from high school athletics to the collegiate level. However, in the Health Careers program at Plymouth High School, the CTE Signing Day event on Monday centered around...
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Lady Pilgrims headed for semi-state

May 22, 2019
Lady Pilgrims headed for semi-state

CULVER — Plymouth’s Lady Pilgrims will head for the tennis semi-state as they defeated NLC foe Warsaw in the finals of the regional at Culver Academy. •PLYMOUTH 4, WARSAW 1 at Culver Academy SINGLES: 1. Kyla Heckaman (P) def. Alyssa Zellers (W) 7-5, 6-3; 2. Miranda German (P) def. Taylor Shoaf (W) 6-0, 6-1;...
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City Police Serve Warrants

May 22, 2019
City Police Serve Warrants

On Saturday, May 18th Plymouth Police Officer Chad Beatty located 35 year old Michael Dixon at his 217.5 North Michigan Street residence about 10:30 at night. Dixon was taken into custody for outstanding warrants out of Marshall County. He was transported to the Marshall County Jail. Last Wednesday, May 15th Plymouth Police units were...
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Jeffery Jackson Arrested by City Police for OWI

May 22, 2019
Jeffery Jackson Arrested by City Police for OWI

38 year old Jeffrey H. Jackson was stopped on a traffic by Officer Arnold with the Plymouth Police Department.  The traffic stop was near the intersection of Oak and 7th Roads at 8:30 in the evening on Monday, May 20th. After an investigation, Mr. Jackson was arrested for Operating While Intoxicated with a juvenile...
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Walorski Resolution Would Honor Military Working Dogs, Encourage Adoption by Former Handlers

May 22, 2019
Walorski Resolution Would Honor Military Working Dogs, Encourage Adoption by Former Handlers

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Wednesday introduced a House resolution recognizing the service and sacrifice of military working dogs and their handlers who served in the U.S. Army’s Tactical Explosive Detection Dog (TEDD) program. H.Con.Res. 43 would also encourage government agencies and military services to prioritize former handlers when a former military working dog...
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Young: Lifting of Tariffs Welcome News for Hoosier Manufacturers and Farmers

May 22, 2019
Young: Lifting of Tariffs Welcome News for Hoosier Manufacturers and Farmers

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) Monday issued the following statement regarding the agreement to end steel and aluminum tariffs against Canada and Mexico: “This is welcome news in Indiana, and I commend President Trump and Ambassador Lighthizer for working with our Canadian and Mexican partners to reach this necessary agreement. Lifting the steel and...
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New motorcycle crash stats published for Safety Awareness Month

May 22, 2019
New motorcycle crash stats published for Safety Awareness Month

Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month coincides with rising temperatures this May as thousands of Hoosier motorcyclists shake off their winter blues and cruise. The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI) partners with Indiana motorcycle groups to remind all motorists to “Share the Road”. Motorcycles are involved in less than 2 percent of crashes but make up...
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Attorney General Files Lawsuit Against Members of Family that Founded Purdue Pharma

May 22, 2019
Attorney General Files Lawsuit Against Members of Family that Founded Purdue Pharma

Attorney General Curtis Hill filed a lawsuit Tuesday against members of the Sackler family, alleging that as owners and directors of Purdue Pharma the Sacklers have played a key role in worsening the opioid crisis in Indiana. Purdue Pharma is best known for making and marketing the painkiller OxyContin. In November of 2018, Attorney...
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Kenneth D. Mort age 84 of Plymouth

May 22, 2019
Kenneth D. Mort age 84 of Plymouth

Click the Deaton-Clemens Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Marohn, Powell, CGA pair headed to state

May 22, 2019
Marohn, Powell, CGA pair headed to state

Marohn, Powell, CGA pair headed to state WARSAW – Four individuals and one relay team will advance to the high school girls state track meet June 1 at Indiana University after placing in the top three at the Warsaw Regional Tuesday night. Marissa Rivera of the Culver Girls Academy won the 800 and was...
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Remy dazzles, but Cubs topped by TinCaps 3-1

May 22, 2019

Fort Wayne, IN: The South Bend Cubs have lost a series for the first time in over two weeks. After beating Cedar Rapids, Peoria, Bowling Green, and Dayton, South Bend fell to the Fort Wayne TinCaps on Wednesday afternoon by a final of 3-1 to lose their third game of the series. The Cubs...
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Barbara A. McAllister age 94 of Plymouth, formerly of Hutchinson and Minneola, Kansas

May 22, 2019
Barbara A. McAllister age 94 of Plymouth, formerly of Hutchinson and Minneola, Kansas

Click the Deaton-Clemens Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Zachary Howard Arrested for Domestic Battery, Strangulation & Criminal Confinement

May 21, 2019
Zachary Howard Arrested for Domestic Battery, Strangulation & Criminal Confinement

Plymouth Police Officer Steve DeLee was dispatched to 700 Berkley Street, lot 332 for a welfare check on Friday, May 17th at 6 a.m. After investigation it was determined the male, 35 year old Zachary Howard had battered the female inside.  He was arrested and taken to the Marshall County Jail where he was...
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Boyer Leaving Menominee to be Principal at Warsaw

May 21, 2019
Boyer Leaving Menominee to be Principal at Warsaw

Menominee Elementary Principal, Steven Boyer, will be leaving the Plymouth School Corporation at the end of the school year and begin working at Eisenhower Elementary in Warsaw as the new principal.  He replaces retiring principal Chris Gensinger. Boyer taught English at Lincoln Junior High from 2006 to 2012. He then served as assistant principal...
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April 2019 Indiana Employment Report

May 21, 2019
April 2019 Indiana Employment Report

Indiana’s unemployment rate remains at 3.6 percent for April, and the national rate also stands at 3.6 percent. The monthly unemployment rate is a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicator that reflects the number of unemployed people seeking employment within the prior four weeks as a percentage of the labor force. Marshall County’s unemployment rate has continued to...
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Red Storm track places at state meet

May 21, 2019
Red Storm track places at state meet

Red Storm track places at state meet TERRE HAUTE — The Lincoln Red Storm track team competed against the best in the state at the Indiana Middle School State Meet in Terre Haute. There were teams 159 and over 1,200 athletes in competition at the second annual track and field championships, Lincoln’s Ashton Artrip qualified...
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Kantorwoski Arrested After Foot Chase

May 21, 2019
Kantorwoski Arrested After Foot Chase

A Plymouth man was arrested for Resisting Law Enforcement on Friday, May 17th. About 11:30 in the morning, Officer McIntyre with the Plymouth Police Department arrived at 308 South Plum Street to arrest Christian Kantorowski on a felony Auto Theft warrant. Kantorowski fled on foot and after a short foot pursuit was apprehended and...
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TOPP Industries Joins Governor’s WorkEthic Certificate Initiative

May 21, 2019
TOPP Industries Joins Governor’s WorkEthic Certificate Initiative

TOPP Industries, Inc. announced today that they are joining the effort to support the Indiana Governor’s WorkEthic Certificate program, as a participating employer, which gives students who achieve the certification an opportunity for direct hire at TOPP. The WorkEthic Certificate is an award available to seniors at participating high schools that meet outlined criteria...
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Argos Woman Arrested for OWI

May 21, 2019
Argos Woman Arrested for OWI

43 year old Kimberly Ault-Fishburn of Argos was stopped on a traffic stop near the intersection of South Michigan Street and Jackson Heights Road last Thursday, May 16th just before 1 a.m. After an investigation by Officer Arnold of the Plymouth Police Department, Ault-Fishburn was arrested for Operating While Intoxicated with a previous conviction....
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