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As We See It 7-10-19

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July 12, 2019


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Second Suspect in Carjacking at LifePlex Lodged in Marshall County Jail

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July 12, 2019
Second Suspect in Carjacking at LifePlex Lodged in Marshall County Jail

A 30 year old man from Chicago was lodged in the Marshall County Jail as the second suspect in the armed robbery and auto theft at the LifePlex in Plymouth on Wednesday. About 3:30 in the afternoon a black male approached the unnamed victim in the parking lot of the LifePlex, displayed a weapon...
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Sobriety Checkpoint Joint Results

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July 11, 2019
Sobriety Checkpoint Joint Results

The Marshall County DUI Task Force conducted a Sobriety Checkpoint on Saturday, June 29 in the 1500 block of North Oak Drive in Plymouth. Here are the results of the sobriety checkpoint: 129 vehicles were stopped, while 152 were allowed to pass around the checkpoint. Drivers spent an average of less than one (1)...
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Violations of the Bourbon Golf Cart Ordinance Disussed at Town Meeting

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July 11, 2019
Violations of the Bourbon Golf Cart Ordinance Disussed at Town Meeting

Bourbon resident are reminded that there is an existing town ordinance concerning the use of golf carts on town streets and within the parks. The ordinance, amended in 2009, states that any golf cart operated within the limits of the town must be registered with the Clerk/Treasurer and an annual fee of $10.00 must...
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Moonlight Serenade on Lake Max this Saturday

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July 11, 2019
Moonlight Serenade on Lake Max this Saturday

The 76th annual Moonlight Serenade will be conducted Saturday, July 13. The Culver Summer Schools & Camps tradition presented by the Naval Band, Concert Band, and Jazz Band will begin aboard the R.H. Ledbetter at the Naval Pier at 8:45 p.m. The Band will give a performance at the Culver Town Park at approximately 9...
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Three Young-Led Bills Pass Out of Commerce Committee

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July 11, 2019


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Plymouth F.O.P. 195 to Collect School Supplies for Pack-A-Backpack

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July 11, 2019
Plymouth F.O.P. 195 to Collect School Supplies for Pack-A-Backpack

With almost every school in the Marshall County Area on the balanced calendar schedule, Plymouth F.O.P. Lodge 195 is gearing up for this year’s annual Pack-A-Backpack campaign on August 3rd. F.O.P. 195 will be collecting school supplies for children in the Argos, Bremen, Culver, LaVille and Triton school districts along with the Plymouth Community...
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City Council Approves Ordinance for Taxable Economic Development Revenue Bonds for Pretzel’s Inc.

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July 11, 2019
City Council Approves Ordinance for Taxable Economic Development Revenue Bonds for Pretzel’s Inc.

Earlier this month members of the Plymouth City Council approved an ordinance that authorizes the issuance of taxable economic development revenue bonds that will support Pretzels, Incorporated’s multi-million dollar expansion project. Heidi Amspach from Baker Tilly, formerly Umbaugh said the bonds would be purchased by the company and payable from the TIF revenues generated...
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**Update** Multi-County Pursuit Ends In Fiery Crash

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July 11, 2019
**Update** Multi-County Pursuit Ends In Fiery Crash

Thursday afternoon, July 11th around 4:30 p.m., the driver involved in the multi-county pursuit on July 10, was taken into custody and booked into the Allen County Jail on several active warrants out of Allen County. Clarence Shearer, 31 of Ft. Wayne, was taken into custody after being released from Parkview Hospital in Columbia City, IN....
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Indiana College Graduation Rates Going Up, More Students Completing On-Time

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July 11, 2019
Indiana College Graduation Rates Going Up, More Students Completing On-Time

The percentage of students graduating from Indiana public colleges is increasing, and more students are graduating on-time, according to the Indiana Commission for Higher Education’s   new College Completion Report, released Thursday. “Most of the new jobs being created now and in the future require a credential beyond a high school diploma,” said Indiana Higher...
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