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Hoosier Old Wheels Will Stay with Blueberry, in Plymouth or Argos

July 31, 2014
Hoosier Old Wheels Will Stay with Blueberry, in Plymouth or Argos

A long standing partnership between the Blueberry Festival and the Hoosier Old Wheels Club will likely continue no matter where the festival is held. For the past 42 years, the club has held an antique car show during the Labor Day Festival to raise money for community outreach projects. According to Hoosier Old Wheels...
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Park Board to Consider Plans for new Hunter Tennis Complex

July 31, 2014
Park Board to Consider Plans for new Hunter Tennis Complex

The Plymouth Park Board will conduct their regular monthly meeting on Monday, August 4th. Along with the financial report and committee reports is the request of Sarah Smith, member of the Tennis Committee to seek approval of the plans for the new Hunter Tennis Complex. Other agenda items include Greg Hendricks with SHE who...
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Ancilla College and EARN Indiana Team-up to Create Area Internships

July 31, 2014
Ancilla College and EARN Indiana Team-up to Create Area Internships

Need an intern but can’t afford one? EARN Indiana wants to pay half of your intern’s hourly rate. Ancilla College has teamed up with Indiana INTERN.net and EARN Indiana to increase internship opportunities in Marshall and Starke Counties. “Internships are the best way to keep talented college students in the area after graduation,”said Jim...
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Donnelly & Walorski Welcomes Northern Indiana Honor Flight World War II Veterans in D.C.

July 31, 2014
Donnelly & Walorski Welcomes Northern Indiana Honor Flight World War II Veterans in D.C.

Wednesday Senator Joe Donnelly and Representative Jackie Walorski, a member of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee greeted, visited and thanked Northern Indiana veterans for their service at the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. The 23 Hoosier World War II veterans made the trip to Washington as part of the Honor Flight Network....
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LIMESTONE, STEEL & CONCRETE; A new way to enjoy the State Fair

July 31, 2014
LIMESTONE, STEEL & CONCRETE; A new way to enjoy the State Fair

Most go to the Indiana State Fair for the food, exhibits, shows or rides. But did you know you could go for the buildings? Not what’s in the buildings, but the structures themselves? Sounds weird at first, but some date to the turn of the 20th century. Most have stayed essentially the same, including...
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Friday 6th Annual Rockie Football Radio Auction

July 31, 2014
Friday 6th Annual Rockie Football Radio Auction

The 5th Annual Rockie Football Radio Auction on WTCA will be held this Friday beginning at 9 a.m. A dozen volunteers have been out gathering hundreds of auction items from local businesses. They have things valued at just a few dollars up to a Lexmark xs748de copier valued at more than $3,000. Every half...
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June Activity Report for Plymouth Fire

July 30, 2014
June Activity Report for Plymouth Fire

Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller presented his June departmental activity report to the Board of Public Works and Safety Monday evening. There were a total of 159 alarm situations last month with 127 of them being emergency medical service incidents. Emergency responders were dispatched and cancelled en route 10 times in June and EMS...
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Final Day to Register for Plymouth Schools

July 30, 2014
Final Day to Register for Plymouth Schools

The final day for registration for the Plymouth Community Schools for the 2014-2015 school year is today. One Stop registration for all schools will be held at the Plymouth High School. Registration times for Thursday, July 31 are 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. People are asked to park...
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Man Arrested in Park with Gun, No License

July 30, 2014
Man Arrested in Park with Gun, No License

Tuesday evening just before 8 Plymouth Police officers were dispatched to Centennial Park for a possible fight. Officer Shanna Gilmer responded and located 22 year old Richard R. Coleman who resides in the Economy Inn. Coleman was arrested for possession of a firearm without a permit. He was lodged in the Marshall County Jail...
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City Council Hears Ord. Amendment to Clarify Prohibition of Livestock in City

July 30, 2014
City Council Hears Ord. Amendment to Clarify Prohibition of Livestock in City

Monday evening members of the Plymouth Common Council heard first reading of an ordinance amendment pertaining to the keeping of cattle, goats, and the like in the city limits. The ordinance amendment of City Code prohibits the keeping of livestock within the city limits. The purpose of the ordinance amendment is to further clarify...
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