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City BZA Approves Special Exception for Day Care

June 13, 2011
City BZA Approves Special Exception for Day Care

06/14/11 There was quite a bit of discussion on the special exception request of Carey and John Weir during this month’s Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals meeting. The Weirs recently purchase two homes at 519 and 523 North Walnut Street.  Their plan was to move the day care center currently in their home to...
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Jacoby Church Rededication

June 13, 2011
Jacoby Church Rededication

06/14/11 June 12 marked the 150th anniversary of the Jacoby Church and many local residents were on hand to commemorate the occasion. The original dedication took place on June 9, 1861. In 2006, the Wythougan Valley Preservation Council worked with Township Trustee Doug Kucera to restore the structure. It was not until 2008, that...
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Scotts Joins Partnership at Hoosier Driving Academy

June 13, 2011
Scotts Joins Partnership at Hoosier Driving Academy

06/14/11  Hoosier Driving Academy is taking a new direction for its driver education program.  With a new curriculum that offers a more hands-on learning experience, owner Curt Feece is focused on implementing technology and small group learning into Hoosier Driving Academy’s traditional lecture-driven driver’s education programs.  This shift in curriculum is one of several...
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Taste of Culver this Saturday

June 13, 2011
Taste of Culver this Saturday

06/14/11  The 2011 Taste of Culver will be held this Saturday, June18th from 11:00 A.M. until 2:00 P.M..  The location is on Jefferson Street between Main and Ohio. The Chamber Of Commerce is sponsoring the event again this year as it was such a success in 2010. A diversity of food offerings will include,...
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City Police Reports

June 13, 2011
City Police Reports

6/14/11 Plymouth Police arrest one in May theft case. On June 7th Officer James Brown transported Jonathon Ferch 21, of Plymouth to the Police Department to provide a statement in reference to his part in the thefts from several vehicles back on May 19th 2011. After questioning Ferch, he was transported to the Marshall...
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Former Mayor of Plymouth Dies

June 12, 2011
Former Mayor of Plymouth Dies

06/13/11  Former Plymouth Mayor, James E. Yeazel, 83, passed away suddenly after experiencing a heart attack at his home on Saturday evening.             Visitation will be held on Wednesday, June 15th from 3 – 8 p.m. in the Johnson-Danielson Funeral Home, 1100 N. Michigan St. Plymouth.  A Masonic Memorial Rite will be held in...
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Plymouth to induct Lee to Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame

June 12, 2011
Plymouth to induct Lee to Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame

06/13/11 The Plymouth Alumni Association has announced that Major William Lee Jr. of the United States Air Force is this year’s inductee to the schools Distinguished Alumni Hall of fame. The selection committee chose Lee over six other highly qualified finalists for the honor. Major Lee is the Commander of the 682nd Air Support...
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Inmate Bites Off Ear of Another Inmate

June 12, 2011
Inmate Bites Off Ear of Another Inmate

06/13/11 A fight in a jail cell Friday morning ended with one inmate having his ear bitten off. At 9:43 a.m. the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department investigated a fight in the jail.  Inmates David A. Taylor and Daniel N. Henderson were involved in the incident.  The fight broke out within a cell.  The result...
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Hot Spot Cards to Assist Police in Fight Against Drugs

June 12, 2011
Hot Spot Cards to Assist Police in Fight Against Drugs

06/13/11 Plymouth F.O.P. Lodge 195 was proud to help the M.A.D. (Multi Agency Drug) Unit with the purchase of HOT SPOT CARDS.  Almost two years ago David Parnell from Tennessee spoke to citizens concerned with the meth epidemic in Marshall County.  Mayor Mark Senter, as part of his Anti-Meth Program invited Parnell to come...
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BUGS ARE GOOD FOR STUDENTS

June 12, 2011
BUGS ARE GOOD FOR STUDENTS

06/13/11  Teachers and administrators in the Plymouth and Argos school system agree, BUGS are good for kids and their grades. BUGS, stands for Brining Up Grades and is a program sponsored by the Plymouth Kiwanis group in all the fourth grade classes in Plymouth Schools and St. Michael’s as well as 4TH grade in...
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