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Walorski Stands Up for Small Businesses, Votes to Delay Harmful Regulation

September 29, 2016
Walorski Stands Up for Small Businesses, Votes to Delay Harmful Regulation

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Wednesday voted to delay the Obama administration’s burdensome overtime rule that, if implemented, would increase costs and red tape for small businesses, colleges, universities, and nonprofits and lead to reduced wages and hours for workers. The House passed H.R. 6094, the Regulatory Relief for Small Businesses, Schools, and Nonprofits Act,...
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Tidbits from Triton

September 29, 2016
Tidbits from Triton

    As part of their studies, all of the Triton Elementary School second graders visited the dunes on a beautiful fall day in September. Many students had never seen sand dunes or a body of water that large.  Mrs. Phenix shared pictures of some of her students at the dunes.     This...
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Corey J. Hulse – 31 – from Plymouth

September 29, 2016

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Governor Pence Directs Flags Be Flown at Half-staff to Honor Shimon Peres

September 29, 2016
Governor Pence Directs Flags Be Flown at Half-staff to Honor Shimon Peres

According to a presidential proclamation issued Wednesday evening, Governor Mike Pence is directing flags at state facilities statewide be flown at half-staff to honor the memory of former President and Prime Minister of Israel, Shimon Peres. Flags should be lowered immediately and remain at half-staff until sunset on Friday, September 30.   Governor Pence also...
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City Council Approves Re-zoning for Habitat Humanity House

September 29, 2016
City Council Approves Re-zoning for Habitat Humanity House

Habitat for Humanity will be able to build a new home in Plymouth in the next 12 to 18 months thanks to the generous donation of Jack Oliver and a zoning change approved by the Plymouth Common Council.   During Monday night’s meeting, Planning Consultant Ralph Booker presented a map of the property at...
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Gearhart Arrested for Theft at Martin’s

September 28, 2016
Gearhart Arrested for Theft at Martin’s

Monday afternoon Plymouth Police Officer Shanna Gilmer arrested 36 year old Jessica Gearhart of Bourbon at Martin’s Supermarket.   Gearhart was arrested for theft and found to be in possession of a legend drug.   Jessica Gearhart was booked into the Marshall County Jail on a $1,500 cash bond and given an October 25th...
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Yahoo Data Breach May Impact Hoosiers

September 28, 2016
Yahoo Data Breach May Impact Hoosiers

A recent data breach at Yahoo may have put Hoosiers at risk for fraud. Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is reminding anyone who may have been impacted in the recent Yahoo data breach to take immediate steps to guard against identity theft. The Office of the Indiana Attorney General warns consumers that certain data...
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Montez Arrested for Violation of Probation

September 28, 2016
Montez Arrested for Violation of Probation

  Wednesday afternoon the Marshall County Probation Office notified the Plymouth Police Department of a female subject who they have in their office who had violated the terms of her probation.   Patrolman Bob DeLee arrived and arrested 20 year old Jessica Montez of Plymouth and lodged her at the Marshall County jail on...
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Arson Suspected on Railroad Ties Fire Behind Bowen Printing

September 28, 2016
Arson Suspected on Railroad Ties Fire Behind Bowen Printing

The Plymouth Fire Department responded to a fire along the railroad track behind Bowen Printing on South Michigan Street Wednesday afternoon at 1:50. A concerned citizen called after seeing smoke, fearing a business in the area was on fire. Firefighters found a stack of railroad ties totally engulfed when they arrived on the scene....
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City Board of Public Works & Safety Approve Sale of Surplus Bicycles

September 28, 2016
City Board of Public Works & Safety Approve Sale of Surplus Bicycles

Plymouth Police Chief, David Bacon was given approval to set up an auction to dispose of the collection of bicycles currently on hand. The Chief said, “We are at capacity. We store those in the pole barn behind the fire department and we need to sell some stuff.”   The auction will be opened...
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