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Shirley J. Zartman, 92, Plymouth

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March 24, 2021
Shirley J. Zartman, 92, Plymouth

Click the Johnson-Danielson Funeral Home at the right for complete details.
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What’s Your Opinion 3-24-21 (Bob Barcus co-host/Linda Yoder)

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March 24, 2021


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Culver Town Council Offers Town Manager Position to Ginny Munroe

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March 23, 2021
Culver Town Council Offers Town Manager Position to Ginny Munroe

Tuesday evening the Culver Town Council approved an offer for a new Town Manager.  The position was vacated at the end of January when Jonathon Leist resigned after 6 years to accept a job for the City of Fort Wayne as Deputy Director of Redevelopment. Mitch Ripley president of HR Unlimited Resources from Indianapolis...
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City Council Supports Habitat Request for 7th Home If Necessary

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March 23, 2021
City Council Supports Habitat Request for 7th Home If Necessary

Last fall Marshall County’s Habitat for Humanity took bids for the Habitat Homeowner Project.   The project would build 10 new homes, 3 in Argos and Bourbon and 4 in Plymouth.  Local architect Brent Martin said, “Unfortunately, we got hammered by escalating building material prices that brought the project in over budget.”  Martin said since the...
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Officer Finn Locates Suspicious Male Sunday Night

March 23, 2021
Officer Finn Locates Suspicious Male Sunday Night

On Sunday evening at 9:54 P.M. Officer Finn with the Plymouth Police Department responded to the area of 1324 West Jefferson Street for a complaint of a suspicious male looking inside windows of residence. As Officer Finn checked the area of Eighth Street and West Madison Street he observed a male running through the...
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Traffic Stop Leads To North Liberty Woman’s Arrest For Warrant

March 23, 2021
Traffic Stop Leads To North Liberty Woman’s Arrest For Warrant

On Sunday, March 21st at 3:56 P.M. Officer Krynock with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop in the area of Jackson Street and Michigan Street on a vehicle for a traffic infraction. During the course of the traffic stop it was found that the driver identified as 32 year old Ashley D....
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Barlow Fills Third Seat On Green Township Board

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March 23, 2021
Barlow Fills Third Seat On Green Township Board

On Friday, March 19th the Green Township Board held a Republican Caucus to fill the vacant third seat. Anna Barlow who was not in attendance Friday was chosen out of three candidates during the Republican Caucus. The other two candidates running for the seat were Chancey Joe Dennie and Shawnda Wenino. The lead topic...
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Plymouth Man Jailed On Drug Charge

March 23, 2021
Plymouth Man Jailed On Drug Charge

Saturday morning at 1:42 A.M. Officer Stamper with the Plymouth Police Department responded to the Quick Lanes Bowling Alley in reference to drug use. After arriving to the location and conducting an investigation 27 year old Kyle Dustin Reed of Plymouth was taken into custody for possession of cocaine. Reed was transported to the...
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Redevelopment Commission Updated on TIF 1 Projects

March 23, 2021
Redevelopment Commission Updated on TIF 1 Projects

During the March 16th meeting of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission, City Engineer Rick Gaul gave updates on the Hoham Drive Improvement Project and the Pioneer Drive Project in TIF District #1. There are seven properties that need to have land acquired for the right-of-way of the project on Hoham Drive.  Gaul said there is...
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Officer Arnold Makes Three Arrests Saturday

March 23, 2021
Officer Arnold Makes Three Arrests Saturday

On Saturday, March 20th at 12:20 A.M. Officer Arnold with the Plymouth Police Department responded to the Park Jefferson Street Apartments in reference to criminal trespassing. The subject identified as 37 year old Kelly Cowger of Plymouth had returned back to the property after previously being trespassed from the Park Jefferson Street Apartments. Cowger...
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Tuesday: Indiana Department of Health Update

March 23, 2021
Tuesday: Indiana Department of Health Update

The Indiana Department of Health announced Tuesday that 701 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings to 679,079 the number of Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s dashboard. The Indiana Covid-19 Dashboard & Map shows...
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DOR Announces Individual Filing And Payment Deadline Extensions

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March 23, 2021
DOR Announces Individual Filing And Payment Deadline Extensions

Monday, Governor Eric Holcomb announced the Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) is extending individual income tax filing and payment deadlines to align with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) deadline of May 17, 2021. “Last week, the IRS announced tax deadline and payment extensions for individual tax returns. By aligning with the IRS filing deadline,...
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Gov. Holcomb Announces Spring School Bus Safety Enforcement Campaign

March 23, 2021
Gov. Holcomb Announces Spring School Bus Safety Enforcement Campaign

Governor Eric J. Holcomb announced Monday that police agencies across the state will be stepping up enforcement to protect students going to and from school. Over the next couple of months, officers will be positioned along bus stops and routes watching for stop-arm violations and unsafe driving behavior. The overtime patrols are funded by...
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Pokagon Band Partners With Organizations For Mass Vaccination Of Native Groups In Indiana

March 23, 2021
Pokagon Band Partners With Organizations For Mass Vaccination Of Native Groups In Indiana

The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi is pleased to announce that it has partnered with several Indiana-based organizations to offer COVID-19 vaccines to Native Americans including state-recognized and historical tribes, as well as Native Hawaiians, Native Alaskans, and other native groups living in Indiana. Vaccines will be distributed by appointment only on a first-come, first-serve...
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Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown At Half-Staff

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March 23, 2021
Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown At Half-Staff

Governor Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags across the state to be flown at half-staff in honor and remembrance of the victims of the tragedy in Boulder, CO. Per the President’s order, flags should be flown at half-staff until sunset on Saturday, March 27. Gov. Holcomb also asks businesses and residents to lower their...
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Talented depth has Plymouth girls track ready to compete

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March 23, 2021
Talented depth has Plymouth girls track ready to compete

PLYMOUTH — When the weather breaks around Plymouth sightings of packs of young people running around become common. Happy that Mother Nature has allowed them to be out of the gym, or off the treadmill, Plymouth’s track athletes are out in force ready — finally — for a season. “I think they are excited seeing fall...
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What’s Your Opinion 3-23-21 (Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter)

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March 23, 2021


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Tech Talk 3-23-21

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March 23, 2021
Tech Talk 3-23-21


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4 Year Old Boy Suffers Injuries In Economy Inn Parking Lot

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March 23, 2021
4 Year Old Boy Suffers Injuries In Economy Inn Parking Lot

Monday evening at 5:18 P.M. the Plymouth Police responded to a vehicle vs pedestrian accident in the parking lot of the Economy Inn located at 2535 North Michigan Street. According to Plymouth Police Officer DeLee’s news release it advised that a 4 year old boy had ran from between parked vehicles into the path...
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Mayor Mark Senter Gives State of the City Address

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March 22, 2021
Mayor Mark Senter Gives State of the City Address

Monday evening Mayor Mark Senter gave his State of the City Address.  He said, “2020 was like no other for this community; our state; our country and the world! I stood here 50 weeks ago this evening with such a positive message of hope and aspirations after a great 2019.  As we know that...
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