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Archive for July, 2019

Commissioner Motion to Replace 3 HVAC Units on Jail at cost of $204,680

July 1, 2019
Commissioner Motion to Replace 3 HVAC Units on Jail at cost of $204,680

John Greer, maintenance director for the Marshall County Jail presented four quotes for replacement of the two – 25 ton and one – 20 ton heating and cooling units that sit on the roof of the facility.  These three units control the HVAC in the eight pods and trustees room in the jail.   The...
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Phase II of Greenway Trail Officially Opened

July 1, 2019
Phase II of Greenway Trail Officially Opened

Monday afternoon Mayor Mark Senter, Plymouth Park Superintendent Mike Hite and members of the Park Board participated in a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new pedestrian bridge on the Greenway Trail between Gill Park and River Park Square. The Greenway Trail originates in Centennial Park and wanders along with Yellow River through Magnetic Park...
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Marshall County Democrats Continue to Fill Ballot with Third City Council at Large Candidate and Clerk-Treasurer Candidate

July 1, 2019
Marshall County Democrats Continue to Fill Ballot with Third City Council at Large Candidate and Clerk-Treasurer Candidate

The Marshall County Democrat Party continued filing candidates for the upcoming City of Plymouth elections in November on Monday. New candidate filings include Jim Vinall, candidate for Plymouth City Council At Large, and Cathy Huff Wraight, candidate for Plymouth Clerk-Treasurer. Josh Walker, candidate for mayor of Plymouth, attended the candidacy filing of two additional...
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Two Suspects Arrested on Kenwood Ave. in Plymouth

July 1, 2019
Two Suspects Arrested on Kenwood Ave. in Plymouth

Officers from the Plymouth Police Department were dispatched to the 1500 block of Kenwood Avenue on Saturday, June 29th about 12:30 in the morning.  The call was in reference to two subjects that were suspected of going through vehicles in the area. Sgt. Taberski and Officer Richey arrived on scene and located two male...
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Plymouth Man Arrested for Domestic Battery, Criminal Confinement & Intimidation

July 1, 2019
Plymouth Man Arrested for Domestic Battery, Criminal Confinement & Intimidation

On Sunday, June 30th at approximately just after 2 a.m. Plymouth police officers were dispatched to 203 North Michigan Street for a report of domestic situation where a male threatened to shoot the victim. City officers arrived on the scene and it was later discovered that 33 year old Miguel A. Lopez of Plymouth...
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Jordan to Serve on Education Summer Study Committee

July 1, 2019
Jordan to Serve on Education Summer Study Committee

State Representative Jack Jordan (R-Bremen) will serve on the Interim Study Committee on Education, which works to improve outcomes for Hoosier students. “Each year, the education committee explores ways to improve the learning experience for Indiana’s students,” Jordan said. “This summer, we will take a closer look at career counseling, and how to better...
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61 year old Man Arrested for Dealing Marijuana Possession and Other Charges

July 1, 2019
61 year old Man Arrested for Dealing Marijuana Possession and Other Charges

County Police arrested a 61 year old man from Brownsburg on Sunday for Dealing in Marijuana possession with the intent to Deliver.  About 12:30 in the morning, Officer Bennett stopped a vehicle on US 31 near 16th Road.  The driver of the vehicle, William C. Wood III was taken into custody and transported to...
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‘Operation Dry Water’ to target boating under the influence, July 5-7

July 1, 2019
‘Operation Dry Water’ to target boating under the influence, July 5-7

Boaters preparing for the Independence Day holiday should be aware that Indiana Conservation Officers will be on high alert for violations of boating-under-the-influence laws as part of national Operation Dry Water. Operation Dry Water (operationdrywater.org), a year-round program, will be in heightened effect July 5-7. Indiana Conservation Officers, in partnership with the National Association...
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Coldiron II Arrested for Being Twice the Legal Limit

July 1, 2019
Coldiron II Arrested for Being Twice the Legal Limit

On Sunday, June 30th, just before 2 AM, Officer Wozniak with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department initiated a traffic stop on a beige 2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer in the area of Peach and 13th Roads. The driver of the vehicle, 30 year old Danny R. Coldiron II of Knox was found to be under the...
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Plymouth School Board to Meet Tuesday Evening

July 1, 2019
Plymouth School Board to Meet Tuesday Evening

The Plymouth School Board will hold their monthly meeting on Tuesday, July 2 at 7:00 P.M. Monthly meetings are open to the public; however, comments from the audience are limited to agenda items only. Among other items, the board is expected to consider the appointments of new principals for Menominee Elementary School and Webster...
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Young Cosponsors Bill to Reauthorize 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund

July 1, 2019
Young Cosponsors Bill to Reauthorize 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund

Last week U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) announced his co-sponsorship of the Never Forget the Heroes: Permanent Authorization of the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund Act (S. 546). This legislation permanently reauthorizes the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund (VCF), which supports 9/11 survivors and first responders who have experienced health issues following the September 11th terrorist attacks....
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Crafting Fun At Miller’s

July 1, 2019
Crafting Fun At Miller’s

Miller’s Senior Living volunteer Sharon Duff led a fun and interesting craft last week. Residents were given Styrofoam balls, Q-tips and food coloring and directed on how to create a flower.   After filling the ball with the Q-tips they were dipped in the food coloring and it was almost as if by magic the...
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