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City Council Approves Resolution Moving $1 Million in Dormant Funds to General Fund for 2020 Budget

August 27, 2019
City Council Approves Resolution Moving $1 Million in Dormant Funds to General Fund for 2020 Budget

During last week’s budget review by Plymouth Common Council members were told with the estimated revenues there needs to be $962,000 cut from the requests for 2020. Clerk Treasurer Jeanine Xaver told member there were a few dormant funds that have balances that she could move into the General Fund to help meet the...
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4 Arrested in Traffic Stop with Meth, Paraphernalia an Intoxicated Driver and 3 month old Baby

August 27, 2019
4 Arrested in Traffic Stop with Meth, Paraphernalia an Intoxicated Driver and 3 month old Baby

Plymouth Police Officer Paul Stamper pulled a vehicle over Monday night, August 26th about 10:30 on Michigan Street at Airport Road. During the traffic stop, Plymouth’s K-9 Castor alerted on the vehicle and an investigation found drugs and paraphernalia in the vehicle. The driver of the vehicle, 31 year old Kristian Ortiz of Lakeville...
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New for 2019 at the Marshall County Blueberry Festival

August 27, 2019
New for 2019 at the Marshall County Blueberry Festival

This year’s Marshall County Blueberry Festival will feature a few new things that folks should be aware of. On Saturday, August 31st the American Red Cross will be conducting a bloodmobile with their portable unit that will be parked on Randolph Street near the amphitheatre. According to a 2019 survey conducted on behalf of...
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Stellar Workshop for Students held at Swan Lake

August 27, 2019
Stellar Workshop for Students held at Swan Lake

Marshall County Crossroads Stellar Sub-Committee on Education and Skills Training hosted 90 students from area schools at Swan Lake for a Student Stellar Workshop on Tuesday morning, August 27th. The workshop began at 10 a.m. and was seeking input from the students on the Quality of Life initiatives part of the Stellar Application. Marshall...
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DHPA Awards 15 Grants to Indiana Communities, Marshall County Receives $25,000 for

August 27, 2019
DHPA Awards 15 Grants to Indiana Communities, Marshall County Receives $25,000 for

DNR’s Division of Historic Preservation & Archaeology (DHPA) has awarded 15 federal grants for historic preservation and archaeology in Indiana communities. The grants, totaling more than $454,000, provide a match of more than $524,000 in local and private funds, for a total projected investment of $978,441. The funds come from the National Park Service, a part of the U.S....
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American Veterans Traveling Tribute Vietnam Wall to be in Plymouth September 12-15

August 27, 2019
American Veterans Traveling Tribute Vietnam Wall to be in Plymouth September 12-15

On September 11th, Marshall County will be rolling out the red carpet for the AVTT Traveling Vietnam Wall, sponsored by Plymouth American Legion, Post 27.  This traveling tribute to our Veterans, that paid the ultimate price for our freedom, will be on display in downtown Plymouth at River Park Square starting on Thursday, September...
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Shoplifter Flees from Walmart, Located in Bushes at Arby’s, Possession of Marijuana, Meth and Heroin

August 27, 2019
Shoplifter Flees from Walmart, Located in Bushes at Arby’s, Possession of Marijuana, Meth and Heroin

Plymouth Police responded to the report of a male subject that attempted to steal merchandise from Walmart and had fled on foot Monday afternoon, August 26th. Just after 4 p.m. Officer Arnold located the male suspect hiding in the bushes along U.S. 30 near Arby’s. The male subject was identified as 43 year old...
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South Bend Man Arrested for Leaving Walmart with Automotive Battery Without Paying

August 27, 2019
South Bend Man Arrested for Leaving Walmart with Automotive Battery Without Paying

Corporal Bob DeLee with the Plymouth Police Department was dispatched to the Plymouth Walmart on Monday evening, August 26th after a customer was observed leaving the store without paying for an automotive battery. 36 year old Peter Nguyen of South Bend was arrested about 5:30 for Theft and lodged in the Marshall County Jail...
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Pups at the Patch Hosted by Grandpa Tom’s Pumpkin Patch and the M.C. Humane Society

August 27, 2019
Pups at the Patch Hosted by Grandpa Tom’s Pumpkin Patch and the M.C. Humane Society

The Marshal County Humane Society is partnering with Grandpa Tom’s Pumpkin Patch to bring you Pups at the Patch! The event will held on Saturday, September 21 starting at 10:30 in the morning.  This will be a full day of fun with your pup! Grandpa Tom’s Pumpkin Patch will have their dog friendly maze...
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AG Hill Defends Common-Sense Health and Safety Regulations Involving Abortion

August 27, 2019
AG Hill Defends Common-Sense Health and Safety Regulations Involving Abortion

Attorney General Curtis Hill this week filed court documents defending the constitutionality of two common-sense regulations designed to protect the health and safety of women seeking abortions. One of two challenged statutes requires physicians, hospitals and abortion clinics to report instances of abortion complications. Under the statute, the Indiana State Department of Health would...
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Triton High School Homecoming Court

August 27, 2019
Triton High School Homecoming Court

Congratulations to the 2019 Triton Jr./Sr. High School Homecoming Court. The homecoming queen and king will be crowned on Friday, September 6th at halftime of the Varsity Football Game when the Triton Trojans take on the Caston Comets.   Front L-R : Kinsey Atkins 9th, Jolie Groves 10th, Emma Hepler 10th, Tiffany Hughes 12th,...
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LaVille tops Bremen

August 27, 2019

LaVille tops Bremen LAKEVILLE – Ross Wagoner threw for a pair of touchdowns and ran for a third to lead the junior varsity football team to a 22-14 victory over Bremen. Wagoner found Owen Smith from 20 and 30 yards out, while hustling for a five-yard run. According to coach Tim Davis, Noah Richhart...
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Rockies shut out LaPorte

August 27, 2019

Rockies shut out LaPorte PLYMOUTH – Plymouth Rockie Soccer hosted LaPorte Monday night at Don Kindt Soccerplex. The Rockies downed the Slicers 6-0. The JV Rockies downed LaPorte 7-0. Five different Rockies scored goals to lead them to their opening victory in 2019. This includes Ivan Turcios, Adrian Cardona, Ariel Matute, and Manny Baca....
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Plymouth C team splits matches

August 27, 2019

Plymouth C team splits matches PLYMOUTH – The Lady Pilgrim C Team Volleyball team hosted two opponents Thursday night defeating Tippecanoe Valley 25-24, 25-20 in the first match of the night. Erin Liedtky lead the serving for the Pilgrims with five aces while Megan Crum added four kills. The young Pilgrims fell to South...
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Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety Question Rate Increase for County Dispatching Services

August 26, 2019
Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety Question Rate Increase for County Dispatching Services

One agenda item on the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting from Monday evening was listed as Central Dispatch 2020 funding. Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon told the board he would try and answer any questions they may have on the proposed payment of $177,186 for next year’s dispatching services to the city...
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Citizen Comments at Board of Public Works and Safety Meeting Drive Members to Side with Neighbors of North Street

August 26, 2019
Citizen Comments at Board of Public Works and Safety Meeting Drive Members to Side with Neighbors of North Street

Hearing from the neighbors on North Street in Plymouth caused members of the Board of Public Works and Safety to change their direction on the request of Winona Building Projects to restrict parking on a portion of North Street. At the last Board of Public Works and Safety meeting, member heard from a representative...
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Glenn takes big win over Culver

August 26, 2019

Glenn takes big win over Culver CULVER — The John Glenn boys varsity soccer team defeated Culver Community by a final of 7-1. Andrew Snyder made four saves in goal. Samuel Thomas had two goals and three assists and Michael Day added two goals.
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Triton falls to Rochester

August 26, 2019

Triton falls to Rochester BOURBON — Triton’s Lady Trojans fell to Rochester by a 25-15, 25-23, 25-21 final. Jaela Faulkner and Abbey Viers had four kills for Triton, and Alexia Viers had a pair of aces. Emma Hepler had 10 assists and Molly McFarland had 16 digs.
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Local teams compete at Glenn Tip Off Invitational

August 26, 2019

Local teams compete at Glenn Tip Off Invitational WALKERTON — Culver took an opening game win over South Bend Career academy but then fell twice to OD and Glenn in the Glenn volleyball tourney. Culver beat SB by a 25-18, 25-19 score and fell to OD 25-12, 25-17 and Glenn by a final of 25-7,...
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Heartland Awards Art Scholarship to Knepper

August 26, 2019
Heartland Awards Art Scholarship to Knepper

Heartland Artists Gallery would like to congratulate Mikayla Knepper in receiving the Heart­land Artists Gallery Art Award for 2019. This scholarship is a tribute to her artistic accomplishments, and we believe that her talent, hard work, and determination will undoubtedly lead to a successful future at the University of St. Francis and in the...
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