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Mayor Senter Reviews City’s Burn Ordinance

September 29, 2014
Mayor Senter Reviews City’s Burn Ordinance

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter’s review of the city ordinance this month is the burn ban. Senter said, “Over the next two months millions of leaves will be falling from the thousands of trees that we have here in Plymouth. City residents are limited to what they can actually do with those leaves. It is...
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Bishop Arrested on Warrant

September 29, 2014
Bishop Arrested on Warrant

Saturday morning just after 10, Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman observed 19 year old Steven Allen Bishop of Plymouth walking in front of Jackson Heights Road. The officer confirmed that Bishop still had an active warrant for his arrest through Marshall County. Bishop was taken into custody and transported to the Marshall County Jail...
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Bark in the Park this Sunday

September 29, 2014
Bark in the Park this Sunday

“Bark in the Park” a fundraiser for the Marshall County Humane Society will take place this Sunday, October 5th in Centennial Park. Participants should gather at the Fryman Shelter near the tennis courts by 1 p.m. Bring your pledge sheet and your dog and enjoy a Sunday afternoon with lots of dog lovers. There...
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Holzwart Crowned PHS Football Homecoming Queen

September 29, 2014
Holzwart Crowned PHS Football Homecoming Queen

Chase Holzwart, a senior a Plymouth High School was selected as the 2014 Football Homecoming Queen during halftime activities on Friday night. Chase was escorted by Brandon Milligan. Prior to kick off of the football game there was a check presentation. The 5th annual PHS Football Radio Auction on WTCA was held the first...
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Plymouth Christmas Tree Lighting and Lighted Holiday Parade Friday, November 28th

September 29, 2014
Plymouth Christmas Tree Lighting and Lighted Holiday Parade Friday, November 28th

Although fall has just begun, the Christmas Tree Lighting and Holiday Parade committee has started preparations for the annual event that will be held on Friday, November 28th. Last week members gathered and selected the theme “A Christmas Carol” for the lighted parade. There will soon be a simple application process to get a...
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Garbison Held on $100,000 Cash Bond

September 29, 2014
Garbison Held on $100,000 Cash Bond

24 year old James D. Garbison II is currently being held in the Marshall County Jail on a $100,000 cash bond following the service of a search warrant at 801 West Adams Street in Plymouth on Friday morning. Garbison was arrested for possession of meth, maintaining a common nuisance, neglect of a dependent endangering...
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Firemen’s 5 Raises Nearly $7,000

September 29, 2014
Firemen’s 5 Raises Nearly $7,000

Brian Teall, Race Director for the inaugural Bremen Fireman’s Association Firemen’s 5 Race held during the 4th of July Celebration recently announced results of the event. They were able to generate just under $7,000. The Firemen’s 5 will donate $3,463.36 to the Hoosier Burn Camp and $3,363.36 to the Bremen Firemen’s Association. Teall said,...
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Coaches Corner 9-27-14

September 29, 2014


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What’s Your Opinion 9-29-14

September 29, 2014


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Plymouth vs Wawasee (football) 9-26-14

September 29, 2014


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