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Archive for February, 2020

Plymouth can’t hold St. Joe on senior night

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February 25, 2020
Plymouth can’t hold St. Joe on senior night

PLYMOUTH — From the opening tip, St. Joe’s Indians could do very little wrong as they ran away with a 94-58 win over Plymouth on senior night at Plymouth high school. The biggest positive on the night was Plymouth senior Dylan Gamble hitting the opening basket for the Pilgrims. Gamble went down to a...
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City Council Approves Final Step of Tax Abatement Process for Zentis North American

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February 25, 2020
City Council Approves Final Step of Tax Abatement Process for Zentis North American

The final step in the Tax Abatement process for Zentis North America, LLC received approval from the Plymouth City Council during their meeting Monday evening.  The resolution approved confirms the adoption of a declaratory resolution designating the real estate at 2025 North Oak Drive to be in an Economic Revitalization Area. The tax abatement...
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City Redevelopment Cancels Special Session and Moves to Executive Session

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February 25, 2020
City Redevelopment Cancels Special Session and Moves to Executive Session

Last week the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission scheduled a Special Session for Wednesday, February 26th at 5:30 in the Council Chambers of City Hall.  The agenda said the meeting was to discuss the release of a portion of the remaining funds on the River Gate South Project. The River Gate South Project is substantially complete...
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Bill To Address The Detection Of Underground Utility Lines Passes Senate

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February 25, 2020
Bill To Address The Detection Of Underground Utility Lines Passes Senate

A bill sponsored by State Sen. Stacey Donato (R-Logansport) that would address the detection of underground utility lines unanimously passed the Senate today. House Bill 1218 would amend the state’s current “Call Before You Dig” law to require utility operators who bury their service to use materials capable of being detected from above ground. “House...
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Two Arrested On Warrants

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February 25, 2020
Two Arrested On Warrants

On Saturday, February 22nd at 4:20 P.M. Officer Finn with the Plymouth Police Department responded to 2535 North Michigan Street in reference to serving a warrant. Upon arriving to the location Officer Finn arrested 26 year old Nathan J. Megething of Plymouth for an active warrant through Kosciusko County for charges of Reckless Driving,...
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Ancilla Agriculture Hosts Screening Of SILO

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February 25, 2020
Ancilla Agriculture Hosts Screening Of SILO

The Ancilla College Agriculture Department will be hosting a screening of the independent film, SILO on Sunday, March 1, 1 P.M. at Plymouth High School as part of the Marshall County FFA Toy Show & Ag Expo. SILO is the first ever feature film about grain entrapment, a possible tragedy agricultural communities face every...
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Miller’s Hosts Barn Quilt Buffet And Seminar

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February 25, 2020
Miller’s Hosts Barn Quilt Buffet And Seminar

Visitors and residents enjoyed and buffet of some great “down-home” cooking last Thursday at Miller’s Senior Living Community.   Dubbed the “Barn Quilt Buffet” they served BBQ Spare Ribs, Old Fashioned Fried Chicken, New Potatoes, Corn on the Cob, Dinner Rolls, Peach cobbler and Apple Crisp.  Following the delicious meal Cori Humes of the Marshall...
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Spring Comes Early To Wild Rose Moon

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February 25, 2020
Spring Comes Early To Wild Rose Moon

When April Verch comes to town she brings with her a sense of inner joy that ushers in a deep sense of spring and the limitless possibilities inside of all of us. Her love for step-dancing, singing beautiful country ballads and fiddling is simply entrancing. Her enthusiasm helps us all to remember the child we...
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Attorney General Curtis Hill Successfully Defends Indiana’s Right To Farm Act

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February 25, 2020
Attorney General Curtis Hill Successfully Defends Indiana’s Right To Farm Act

The Indiana Supreme Court has issued an order safeguarding the rights of Indiana farmers following the Office of the Attorney General’s defense of the state’s Right to Farm Act. “Defending Hoosier farmers is more important today than ever, and I am pleased the Indiana Supreme Court has upheld the constitutionality of the Indiana Right...
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Winter Weather Advisory from 7 pm tonight until 1am on Thursday

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February 25, 2020
Winter Weather Advisory from 7 pm tonight until 1am on Thursday

The National Weather Service has just issued a Winter Weather Advisory which goes into effect at 7 p.m. tonight and continues through 1a.m. Thursday morning. Snow accumulations of between 4 to 6 inches are possible. Winds and wind gusts will cause reduced visibility and blowing and drifting issues Wednesday afternoon into Wednesday night. Lake...
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Department Of Revenue Provides Tax Tips To Help Tax Preparers

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February 25, 2020
Department Of Revenue Provides Tax Tips To Help Tax Preparers

Even the most seasoned tax preparers could use some helpful advice to make sure their clients’ taxes are processed quickly.  That’s why the Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) is offering 10 simple tips to help tax professionals file individual tax returns. “Department of Revenue recognizes the vital role tax preparers play in ensuring tax...
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TIME CHANGE FOR TONIGHT’S GAME BOYS BASKETBALL PLYMOUTH vs. S.B. St. JOSE

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February 25, 2020
TIME CHANGE FOR TONIGHT’S GAME BOYS BASKETBALL PLYMOUTH vs. S.B. St. JOSE

Due to the incoming inclement weather forecasted for our area, the start times for TONIGHT’S Junior Varsity and Varsity Boys Basketball games have changed. 4:15pm (EST) – Plymouth High School doors will open to the public. 5:15pm (EST) – Junior Varsity game will start and be played inside our Auxiliary Gymnasium. 6:30pm (EST) – Varsity game...
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What’s Your Opinion 2-24-20

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February 25, 2020


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What’s Your Opinion 2-25-20 (Wild Rose Moon)

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February 25, 2020


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Winter Storm Watch Still In Place – Gusty Winds Will Cause Drifting Issues

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February 25, 2020
Winter Storm Watch Still In Place – Gusty Winds Will Cause Drifting Issues

The Winter Storm Watch remain in effect beginning this evening and continuing through Wednesday Night.  The system has shifted to the south which means that we are in the area that will receive the heaviest amount of snow. Snow accumulations in excess of 6 inches are possible. Winds will increase Wednesday out of the...
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Centennial Crossing Received City Council Approval

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February 24, 2020
Centennial Crossing Received City Council Approval

The Centennial Crossings residential development on the City of Plymouth’s north side received support from the Economic Development Commission and City Council for unique financing using TIF funds to pay the bond for infrastructure in the development. The development will be built in two phases and will bring a total 58 single family homes...
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Casandra Wilds Arrested on Warrant for Dealing in Meth

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February 24, 2020
Casandra Wilds Arrested on Warrant for Dealing in Meth

35 year old Casandra J. Wilds of Plymouth was arrested on an active warrant through Marshall County on Friday, February 21st. Plymouth Police Officer Shannon Gilmer located Wilds at 1212 West Jefferson Street about 6 p.m.   Wilds was located with drugs and drug paraphernalia in her possession. She was booked into the Marshall County...
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Robert Bragg of Culver Arrested by County Police for Possession of Marijuana, a Legend Drug and OWI with Endangering

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February 24, 2020
Robert Bragg of Culver Arrested by County Police for Possession of Marijuana, a Legend Drug and OWI with Endangering

A traffic stop about 1 o’clock in the morning at Saturday, February 22nd landed a Culver man in the Marshall County Jail. On officer with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department stopped a gray 2010 Jeep Liberty on Union Road near 8th Road. The driver of the vehicle, 48 year old Robert D. Bragg was...
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Winter Storm Watch Tuesday Night thru Wednesday

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February 24, 2020
Winter Storm Watch Tuesday Night thru Wednesday

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch which will go into effect beginning on Tuesday evening (February 25) and continues through Wednesday night.  Heavy snow is possible with snow accumulation in excess of 6 inches in some areas possible. Impacts from the storm will create snow covered roads that will lead...
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Tyler Ringer of Lakeville Arrested for OWI

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February 24, 2020
Tyler Ringer of Lakeville Arrested for OWI

 A Lakeville man was arrested by County Police following a traffic stop in front of 1St Source Bank in LaPaz on Sunday morning about 2:20.  Officer Ayala initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle driven by 24 year old Tyler Randall Ringer and during the course of the traffic stop Officer Ayala offered Ringer...
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