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Archive for June, 2019

4th Annual Summer Sippin’ Craft Brew Fest to Benefit Freedom Park this Saturday

June 24, 2019
4th Annual Summer Sippin’ Craft Brew Fest to Benefit Freedom Park this Saturday

The 4th Annual Summer Sippin’ Craft Brew Fest is the annual fundraiser for Freedom Park in Plymouth.  This event provides funds to make improvements and add new handicap accessible equipment to the all-inclusive playground in Packard Woods. Funds are raised by ticket sales to the Fest which provides excellent craft brews, food and music....
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Knox Man Injured in Crash After Falling Asleep at the Wheel

June 24, 2019
Knox Man Injured in Crash After Falling Asleep at the Wheel

Thursday morning, June 20th at 3:54 Marshall County Police, Bremen Police, Bremen Fire and EMS responded to a personal injury accident in the 200 block of Plymouth Goshen Trail. An investigation by Officer Prater showed that Leslie Kroft of Knox was traveling east on Plymouth Goshen Trail  in a 2005 Dodge Ram Pickup when...
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Daughter of Vicky & Duane Henderson of Plymouth Graduates from Air Force Basic Training

June 24, 2019
Daughter of Vicky & Duane Henderson of Plymouth Graduates from Air Force Basic Training

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Jennifer Rhoades graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training also earn four...
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Red Cross Urges Donors to Fill Missing Types to Prevent Summer Blood Shortage

June 24, 2019
Red Cross Urges Donors to Fill Missing Types to Prevent Summer Blood Shortage

The American Red Cross is in need of blood donors. The Red Cross urges donors of all blood types to give now to help prevent delays in medical care this summer. While thousands of blood donors have answered the call, more donors are needed now to help ensure patients don’t have to wait for...
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Hanson Arrested for PI

June 24, 2019
Hanson Arrested for PI

Friday evening, June 21st at 6:26 Officer Wallace with the Plymouth Police Department was dispatched to 114 South Michigan Street for a Suspicious Person Report. The suspect, 39 year old Kirk L. Hanson of Plymouth was located and arrested for Public Intoxication.  He was lodged in the Marshall County Jail on a $500 cash...
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Gradiz Arrested by City Police for Driving Without A License

June 24, 2019
Gradiz Arrested by City Police for Driving Without A License

27 year old Jaquelyn Romero Gradiz of Plymouth was stopped for a traffic violation on Oak Drive Thursday, June 20th about 9 p.m. She was found to be operating a vehicle without ever receiving a license and was booked into the Marshall County Jail.     Listeners and readers are reminded that charging information...
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Refunds for Pitbull cancellation available starting today at 1 p.m.

June 24, 2019

SOUTH BEND, Indiana (June 24, 2019) — Starting today at 1 p.m., the South Bend Cubs will begin issuing refunds to ticket holders who request them for the Pitbull concert that was cancelled on Sunday evening, June 16th.  The concert was cancelled when it became clear that Pitbull would not be flying to South Bend, though his...
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EMA Update On Sunday Evening’s Storm

June 24, 2019
EMA Update On Sunday Evening’s Storm

Marshall County Emergency Management Director Clyde Avery gave an update from last night’s storm that swept through the northwestern part of the County. Here is the latest update regarding the severe weather that moved through the northern part of the county last evening: There were no watches or warnings issued for Marshall County the...
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Robert Listenberger and Alejandro Cortes File Candidacy for City Council on Democrat Party Ballot

June 23, 2019
Robert Listenberger and Alejandro Cortes File Candidacy for City Council on Democrat Party Ballot

Josh Walker, candidate for mayor of Plymouth, attended the candidacy filing of two new candidates on the Marshall County Democrats municipal ballot. Walker was joined by fellow Democrat candidates Angie Rupchock-Schaefer (Plymouth City Council District 4 candidate), Jeff Houin (Plymouth City Councilmember at Large candidate), and Shiloh Milner (Plymouth City Councilmember and candidate for...
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Redevelopment Commission Asked to Consider Improvement Project to Pioneer Drive

June 23, 2019
Redevelopment Commission Asked to Consider Improvement Project to Pioneer Drive

Last week, Plymouth City Engineer, Rick Gaul asked members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission to consider improvements to Pioneer Drive using Community Crossing funds with the 50% match being provided by the Redevelopment Commission. Gaul told members the increase of heavy truck traffic on the road is causing the road to subside on one...
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Marshall County 2018 Flood “Thank You Picnic”

June 23, 2019

The Marshall County Long-Term Recovery Operations in partnership with New Song Church will host a community picnic on the green-space in Centennial Park adjacent to the tennis courts in Plymouth on Wednesday, July 3rd. This free, family event starts at 6 p.m. with children’s entertainment, music, food trucks and more. At 9 p.m. there...
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City Meetings Monday Evening

June 23, 2019
City Meetings Monday Evening

The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings Monday evening beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety followed by the Common Council. The Board of Works will hear reports from various department heads and consider a burn request from Kem McFarling.  There will also be a request from...
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M.C. Museum Special Brown Bag Lunch Event: Potawatomi Artwork Demonstration & History Lesson Tuesday

June 23, 2019
M.C. Museum Special Brown Bag Lunch Event: Potawatomi Artwork Demonstration & History Lesson Tuesday

This Tuesday the Marshall County Museum will host a special program that will feature three ancestors of Native Americans that survived the Trail of Death. These ancestors visit Indiana each year to display their art at the Eiteljorg Museum in Indianapolis and the come to remember their history at the Chief Menominee Monument. The...
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Rep. Jack Jordan: Use Caution Near Water this Summer

June 23, 2019
Rep. Jack Jordan:  Use Caution Near Water this Summer

Indiana State Representative Jack Jordan (R-Bremen) reminds Hoosiers of the need to put safety first when visiting bodies of water. Jordan said, “With 114 deaths caused by drowning in Indiana in 2017 and several drownings already this year, everyone needs to follow important safety tips.” Always wear a lifejacket and make children wear them;...
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Culver-Union Township Public Library Will Host IHS’s Indiana Through the Mapmaker’s Eye Traveling Exhibit

June 23, 2019
Culver-Union Township Public Library Will Host IHS’s Indiana Through the Mapmaker’s Eye Traveling Exhibit

The ways maps can be viewed, both as documents and as mirrors of their times, are explored in one of the Indiana Historical Society’s (IHS’s) traveling exhibits, Indiana Through the Mapmaker’s Eye. Culver-Union Township Public Library will host the exhibit in the lower level of the library, located at 107 North Main Street in Culver...
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From the Ground Up: Help Has Arrived!

June 23, 2019
From the Ground Up:  Help Has Arrived!

Being a task-oriented person, I always have a To-Do List on my desk.  The problem is my list keeps growing and it takes longer and longer to cross things off.  Last year I realized that I either needed to scale back on what I wanted to accomplish or add more staff. Since adding additional...
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AG Announces $5 million in Debt Relief for former Indiana ITT Tech Students

June 23, 2019
AG Announces $5 million in Debt Relief for former Indiana ITT Tech Students

IN Attorney General Curtis Hill announced that his office has secured an agreement to obtain $5.4 million in debt relief for 602 former ITT Tech students in Indiana as part of a bipartisan multi-state settlement involving 44 attorneys general. Nationally, the settlement will result in debt relief of more than $168 million for more...
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Young Introduces Yes In My Backyard Act to Encourage Communities to Cut Regulations and Increase Housing Supply

June 23, 2019
Young Introduces Yes In My Backyard Act to Encourage Communities to Cut Regulations and Increase Housing Supply

Thursday, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) introduced the Yes In My Backyard (YIMBY) Act  to shed light on discriminatory land use policies, encourage localities cut burdensome regulations, and bring a new level of transparency to the community development process. Instead of adopting inclusive land use policies that allow citizens of all income levels, backgrounds, and identities...
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Donald J. “Don” Klapp, 73 of Plymouth

June 22, 2019
Donald J. “Don” Klapp, 73 of Plymouth

Click the Deaton-Clemons Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Coffee with Dean 6-21-19

June 21, 2019
Coffee with Dean 6-21-19


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