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Archive for October, 2019

What’s Your Opinion 10-24-19

October 25, 2019


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As We See It 10-24-19

October 25, 2019


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Lifeplex Stress Relief

October 25, 2019


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What’s Your Opinion 10-23-19 (Rees Theatre)

October 25, 2019


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Tech Talk 10-22-19

October 25, 2019


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What’s Your Opinion 10-22-19 (Commissioner Stan Klotz)

October 25, 2019


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What’s Your Opinion 10-21-19 (Jim Vinall)

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Commissioners Deny Request to Rezone Property on U.S. 6

October 24, 2019
Commissioners Deny Request to Rezone Property on U.S. 6

The Marshall County Commissioners turned down a request to rezone the property at 19893 U.S. 6 in Walkerton during their meeting Monday. County Plan Director Ty Adley presented the case for Mr. Liddawi who owns the property.  It was formerly a motel and now is a used car lot.  Liddawi wanted to also have...
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Browning Arrested for Probation Violation

October 24, 2019
Browning Arrested for Probation Violation

Plymouth Police Officer David Finn was dispatched to the Marshall County Probation Office on Tuesday, October 22nd for a reported failed drug screen. After further investigation, 58 year old James R. Browning of Grovertown was arrested for the Probation Violation and Interfering with a Drug Screen.  He was transported to the Marshall County Jail...
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Lori Porter Arrested by City Police for Possession of Marijuana, Disorderly Conduct and Resisting

October 24, 2019
Lori Porter Arrested by City Police for Possession of Marijuana, Disorderly Conduct and Resisting

A Plymouth woman is in the Marshall County Jail after she caused a disturbance during a traffic stop. 19 year old Lori L. Porter was stopped at Michigan and Adams Streets Tuesday night, October 22nd about 10:30 by Officer Krynock with the Plymouth Police Department for a traffic infraction. During the stop, Porter resisted...
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Redinger, Dragons focus on wins not stats

October 24, 2019
Redinger, Dragons focus on wins not stats

ARGOS — When Argos takes the field on for semi-state action on Saturday it will be another in a long line of successful seasons the school has had in the sport of soccer over the years. The first actual public school soccer program was started by the Dragons in the early ’60s. The first...
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Rockies looking for rebound in week one of the playoffs

October 24, 2019
Rockies looking for rebound in week one of the playoffs

PLYMOUTH — A week ago stopping the run was a problem for the Plymouth defense at times. Still, the Rockies found themselves in familiar territory with a chance to win a game in the final two minutes. “We battled back last week and at one point were in position to take the lead, or at...
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ITAMCO Medium Tier Manufacturer of the Year

October 24, 2019
ITAMCO Medium Tier Manufacturer of the Year

The Indiana Manufacturers Association (IMA) held its 2019 Manufacturers Hall of Fame Luncheon on October 16 in Indianapolis. The IMA not only inducted Indiana companies into the Manufacturers Hall of Fame, but expanded the event with the addition of the Manufacturing Excellence Awards. The awards honored companies or individuals in specific areas of achievement....
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Richard Milton Arrested for Failure to Appear

October 24, 2019
Richard Milton Arrested for Failure to Appear

Plymouth Police Officer John Weir observed 48 year old Richard Milton walking of Pierce Street Monday morning about 10:30 and knew he had a warrant for fines and costs. Officer Weir took Milton into custody and transported him to the Marshall County Jail where he was booked in for Failure to Appear and held...
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Tile Work Project on 9B Road west of Union Road

October 24, 2019
Tile Work Project on 9B Road west of Union Road

Jason Peters, Superintendent of the County Highway Department told WTCA Thursday afternoon that construction on a tile started this morning on 9B Road west of Union. After talking with the contractors, the construction crew will work with people trying to get to Ancilla without making major changes to routes in and out. He said...
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Red Cross: Healthy Donors Needed to Maintain Blood Supply

October 24, 2019
Red Cross: Healthy Donors Needed to Maintain Blood Supply

As influenza activity picks up this fall, the American Red Cross is urging healthy donors of all blood types to give blood to ensure a strong blood supply for patients in need. Blood and platelets can only be given by donors who are feeling well. One way to maintain health is to get a...
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AG Hill Joins Bipartisan Coalition Raising Concerns about Illegal Online Alcohol Sales

October 24, 2019
AG Hill Joins Bipartisan Coalition Raising Concerns about Illegal Online Alcohol Sales

Attorney General Curtis Hill Wednesday joined a bipartisan coalition of 46 state and territory attorneys general in calling on Facebook, Craigslist and eBay to take proactive measures against alcohol sales on their platforms that frequently violate state laws. “We have rules and regulations for many reasons,” Attorney General Hill said. “When making purchases like...
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4 Plymouth Schools Place on “Lockout” Thursday Morning as Precaution

October 24, 2019
4 Plymouth Schools Place on “Lockout” Thursday Morning as Precaution

This morning the Plymouth Community School Corporation placed four schools on a lockout.  This means that classes continue as normal within the building; however, access into or out of the building is screened by law enforcement or administrators.  The four schools were Jefferson, Riverside, Lincoln, and PHS.  No school was on an actual lockdown....
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Rieth-Riley to Start City Road Projects on Thursday

October 23, 2019
Rieth-Riley to Start City Road Projects on Thursday

Rieth-Riley Construction Company from South Bend was awarded the Community Crossings projects for the City of Plymouth. There are three city street projects and three locations in Centennial Park that will be pave in the weeks to come. Work is not scheduled to begin on Third between Lake Avenue and Jefferson Street on Thursday,...
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Campaign Finance Reports for Candidates Running for Mayor of Plymouth

October 23, 2019
Campaign Finance Reports for Candidates Running for Mayor of Plymouth

The deadline to submit financial reports for candidates in the municipal election was Friday, October 18th at noon.  Both mayoral candidates for the City of Plymouth filed their reports on time. The reporting period is April 13th through October 11th. Incumbent Mayor Mark Senter’s report shows he started the  period with $5,674.29 while his...
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