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Jonathan Manes of Culver Arrested by City Police on Warrant

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June 18, 2019
Jonathan Manes of Culver Arrested by City Police on Warrant

Plymouth Police Officers were dispatched to the area of Comfort Suites 2513 North Michigan Street Tuesday morning about 5:30 for the report of a shirtless male in the area causing problems. Officer Emenhiser located 44 year old Jonathan Manes of Culver in the 2400 block of North Michigan Street. It was discovered that Manes...
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Tiffany Simons Arrested for OWI Endangering

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June 18, 2019
Tiffany Simons Arrested for OWI Endangering

28 year old Tiffany Simon of Plymouth was stopped on a traffic stop near the intersection Jackson Heights Drive and South Michigan Street on Monday, June 17th about 10 p.m. After an investigation by Plymouth Police Officer Arnold,   Ms. Simon was arrested for OWI endangerment with a juvenile passenger. She was incarcerated at the...
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Heather Manns of North Judson Arrested on Multiple Drug Charges

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June 18, 2019
Heather Manns of North Judson Arrested on Multiple Drug Charges

Officer Arnold with the Plymouth Police Department responded to a theft in progress at Walmart on Saturday, June 15th just after 9 p.m. 40 year old Heather Manns of North Judson was taken into custody for Theft, Presenting a False Sales Document, Possession of a Legend Drug, Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Heroin, Possession...
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Oliver Ford Drive One 4 UR Community Raises $4,300 for Relay for Life

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June 18, 2019
Oliver Ford Drive One 4 UR Community Raises $4,300 for Relay for Life

Oliver Ford Lincoln in Plymouth teamed up with the local Marshall County Relay for Life to have a Drive One 4 UR Community earlier this spring. Jennifer Houin from Oliver Ford said, “With all the drivers that participated, MC Relay for Life was presented with a check for $4,300.”  She continued, “Oliver Ford Lincoln...
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Young Discusses Humanitarian Crisis at the Southern Border

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June 18, 2019
Young Discusses Humanitarian Crisis at the Southern Border

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) Tuesday spoke about the humanitarian crisis on our southern border and the need to quickly pass an emergency funding package. “The New York Times recently wrote of the humanitarian crisis at our southern border, ‘It’s time for Congress to stop dithering and pass emergency funding to deal with this nightmare.’ They’re...
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5 Seriously Injured in Sunday Crash on US 30 at Plymouth Goshen Trail

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June 18, 2019
5 Seriously Injured in Sunday Crash on US 30 at Plymouth Goshen Trail

Tuesday morning Marshall County Police released information from a sever crash that occurred on U.S. 30 at Plymouth Goshen Trail Sunday morning.  About 11:30 Marshall County Police, Plymouth Fire and EMS were dispatched to the westbound lanes of US 30 at Plymouth Goshen Trail for a two vehicle crash with several injuries. Arriving on...
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What’s Your Opinion 6-18-19 (Marshall County Commissioner Stan Klotz)

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June 18, 2019


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Tech Talk 6-18-19

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June 18, 2019


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South Bend Cubs announce upcoming game/promotion schedule

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June 18, 2019
South Bend Cubs announce upcoming game/promotion schedule

SOUTH BEND – The South Bend Cubs have announced their next homestand of the 2019 season. Included in this homestand is a night honoring the women who were part of the South Bend Blue Socks, a team that played in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League from 1943 to 1954. All homestand games take...
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Commissioners Recommend Replacing 3 Roof Top HVAC Units at the Jail

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June 17, 2019
Commissioners Recommend Replacing 3 Roof Top HVAC Units at the Jail

John Greer, Marshall County Jail Maintenance Director updated the County Commissioners on the heating and cooling units on the roof of the jail. During Monday’s meeting Greer said Dynamic Mechanical had completed their assessment of the ten roof-top units and found them to be in “generally good condition.”   He noted that they recently replaced...
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