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Celebrate MLK Day of Service by volunteering at state parks

January 18, 2019
Celebrate MLK Day of Service by volunteering at state parks

  Honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. by volunteering to serve at one of Indiana’s state parks in 2019. There are many roles in which people’s talent is needed, from maintaining trails to entering computer data to helping in the nature centers. “Volunteering gives you a great sense of accomplishment,” said Jody...
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2018 Plymouth Police Department Activity Report

January 17, 2019
2018 Plymouth Police Department Activity Report

Plymouth Police Chief, David Bacon released the 2018 Activity Report for his department. Last year the police department handled 9,840 calls for service, complaints and information.  They also had 984 911 hang-up calls.  Plymouth Police Officers responded to 864 alarms; conducted 317 vehicle checks; assisted other agencies 102 times and were dispatched to 310...
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Republican to Conduct Caucus to Fill Township Advisory Board Vacancies

January 17, 2019
Republican to Conduct Caucus to Fill Township Advisory Board Vacancies

Marshall County Republican Party Chairman, David Holmes has announced a caucus to fill several vacancies. A caucus will be held on Friday, January 25th at the Marshall County Republican Headquarters at 117 Water Street in Plymouth beginning at 5:30. Vacancies are on the Bourbon, Green and Tippecanoe Township Advisory Boards.  Anyone interested in filling...
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Aquatic Center and Early Childhood Learning Center on Schedule

January 17, 2019
Aquatic Center and Early Childhood Learning Center on Schedule

Tuesday evening Jerry Chavez, President and CEO of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation gave members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission an update on the Aquatics Center and Early Childhood Learning Center project. Chavez said three walls, the east, north and west walls are up and now that the trusses have been set the...
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Young Speaks in Support of Pro-Life Principles

January 17, 2019
Young Speaks in Support of Pro-Life Principles

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) spoke on the Senate floor Thursday in support of pro-life policies, including legislation he cosponsored to ban taxpayer funding of abortion. Tomorrow, Senator Young’s office will welcome Hoosiers in Washington who are participating in the March for Life, the world’s largest annual pro-life demonstration. “In Indiana, advocates from all...
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Crouch Announces 19 Rural Communities to Receive $10M

January 17, 2019
Crouch Announces 19 Rural  Communities to Receive $10M

Thursday, Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch along with the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs announced that 19 rural communities around the state received more than $10.8 million in federal grant funding. “It is important we are recognizing the impact rural communities have on our economic future. We must continue to ensure they are working...
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WINTER WEATHER SAFETY TIPS AND TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS REVIEW

January 17, 2019
WINTER WEATHER SAFETY TIPS AND TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS REVIEW

A significant winter storm event is forecast to impact our area beginning on Friday night and continuing through Sunday.  Snow totals could be between 4-6 inches, with higher amounts possible depending on the storm track.  In addition, strong gusty winds between 20-25 mph which will cause blowing and drifting snow on roads leading to...
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Senators Reintroduce Bill Boosting Agriculture Education Through FFA

January 17, 2019
Senators Reintroduce Bill Boosting Agriculture Education Through FFA

   Tuesday, U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.), Doug Jones (D-Ala.), James Lankford (R-Okla.), and Chris Coons (D-Del.) announced they have reintroduced legislation in the 116th Congress to update and modernize the charter for the Future Farmers of America (FFA), which will better reflect agriculture education in the 21st Century. The National FFA Organization’s Federal...
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Snow Removal on the Sidewalk is YOUR Responsibility!

January 16, 2019
Snow Removal on the Sidewalk is YOUR Responsibility!

One reminder that people often forget during the first major snowfall is the City of Plymouth ordinance about keeping the sidewalk cleared of snow.  The ordinance, #96.020 requires everyone to remove all snow and ice from the full paved width of the sidewalk within 24 hours of the snowfall. The city doesn’t care who...
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William Geisleman Sentenced to 25 Years for Dealing Methamphetamine and Neglect of a Dependent. Seana Yost Sentenced to 9 Years for Possession of Methamphetamine and Neglect of a Dependent

January 16, 2019
William Geisleman Sentenced to 25 Years for  Dealing Methamphetamine and Neglect of a Dependent.     Seana Yost Sentenced to 9 Years for Possession of Methamphetamine and Neglect of a Dependent

William Geisleman, 35, of Plymouth, was sentenced by agreement on January 16, 2019 in Marshall Superior Court No. 1.  Geisleman will serve 25 years imprisonment at the Indiana Department of Correction for pleading guilty to one count of Level 2 Dealing Methamphetamine and 6 years for one count of Level 5 Neglect of a...
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