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Culver Man Airlifted After Motorcycle Hits Deer

September 19, 2018
Culver Man Airlifted After Motorcycle Hits Deer

A Culver man was injured in a motorcycle deer accident Wednesday morning Michael Bennett told county police he was traveling north on State Road 17 about 4:30 in the morning when a deer ran into the roadway near the intersection near 15B Road. Bennett said he was unable to avoid striking the deer causing...
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Plymouth Woman Seriously Injured in Farming Accident

September 19, 2018
Plymouth Woman Seriously Injured in Farming Accident

A local woman was seriously injured in a farming accident Tuesday afternoon.  About 3:20 emergency crews were dispatched to Peach and 13th Roads where the call was that a woman had lost a limb in a combine. Laurie Hayn was in a corn field when she was caught by one of the corn heads...
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PHS Parent-Teacher Night Tonight Wednesday, September 19

September 19, 2018
PHS Parent-Teacher Night Tonight Wednesday, September 19

Tonight, September 19, Plymouth High School will host Parent-Teacher Night. The evening will allow a chance for parents to meet one-on-one with their student’s teachers. All parents should consider attending; however, PHS administrators say it is extremely important for parents to attend who have a senior working towards graduation, or have a freshman just...
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Plymouth Park Board Updated on Vietnam Memorial Wall Visit in 2019

September 19, 2018
Plymouth Park Board Updated on Vietnam Memorial Wall Visit in 2019

Plymouth Park Superintendent Mike Hite told members of the Plymouth Park Board this month that he has met with Mike Boys and Mike Delp on finding an appropriate location for the Vietnam Memorial Wall traveling exhibit. Hite said they are pushing for a location in River Park Square instead of in front of the...
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Minor Injuries in Motorcycle Crash at Michigan and Harrison

September 18, 2018
Minor Injuries in Motorcycle Crash at Michigan and Harrison

Plymouth Police and Fire responded to a personal injury accident at the corner of North Michigan and Harrison Streets Tuesday afternoon about 3:20. A motorcycle and SUV collided at the intersection. When emergency responders arrived on the scene they found the motorcycle driver lying in the middle of the intersection and the SUV who...
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Gary Woman Arrested for DWS with Prior, Possession Paraphernalia and Lookalike Substance

September 18, 2018
Gary Woman Arrested for DWS with Prior, Possession Paraphernalia and Lookalike Substance

Saturday afternoon, September 15th, Plymouth Police Officer Jerrid Arnold stopped a vehicle on a traffic stop in the area of Lake Avenue and Village Place. After an investigation, 31 year old Angeline Smithey of Gary was arrested for Driving While license Suspended with a prior charge, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of a...
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Nappanee Man Arrested in Centennial Park for Dealing in Marijuana

September 18, 2018
Nappanee Man Arrested in Centennial Park for Dealing in Marijuana

A Nappanee man was arrested Monday evening after City Police were dispatched to a fight in Centennial Park. About 6 p.m. Officer Jerrid Arnold was dispatched to Centennial Park for a fight in progress.  He located the suspects and began an investigation.  After his investigation 29 year old Joseph Rightsell was arrested for dealing...
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City Police Arrest Two Monday on Warrants

September 18, 2018
City Police Arrest Two Monday on Warrants

Monday afternoon, September 17th at approximately 4:45 Plymouth Police Officer Jerrid Arnold arrested 35 year old Paul A. Williams at his residence on an outstanding warrant. Mr. Williams was incarcerated at the Marshall County Jail for the Failure to Appear warrant and held with NO BOND.   28 year old Anthony H. Johns of...
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26th ANNUAL FAMILY FISHING DERBY AT POTAWATOMI WILDLIFE PARK

September 18, 2018
26th ANNUAL FAMILY FISHING DERBY AT POTAWATOMI WILDLIFE PARK

The Annual Fishing Derby at Potawatomi Wildlife Park has been a tradition for many. Some families are in their third generation of attendance. The atmosphere is laid back fishing vs the more intense tournament style. For a modest fee, families and individuals can enjoy a morning of fishing and quality family time on a...
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Young Votes to Tackle Opioid Epidemic and Protect Patients

September 18, 2018
Young Votes to Tackle Opioid Epidemic and Protect Patients

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) Monday voted to advance two health care bills. The Opioid Crisis Response Act of 2018, which will help provide funding and resources to fight the opioid epidemic and includes several provisions introduced by Senator Young, passed on a 99-1 vote. The Patient Right to Know Drug Prices Act, which helps ensure patients are...
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