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UNIQUE READING ADVENTURE DEBUTS IN PLYMOUTH’S CENTENNIAL PARK

June 11, 2019
UNIQUE READING ADVENTURE DEBUTS IN PLYMOUTH’S CENTENNIAL PARK

Plymouth Public Library (PPL) and the Plymouth Parks Department unveiled the Plymouth StoryWalk in Centennial Park on June 6th.  This new addition to the park allows the public to combine a love of reading with a love of exercise.  The first story entitled “Man on the Moon(a day in the life of Bob)” by Simon Bartram is now on...
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Young Joins Bipartisan Bill to Boost Disclosure of Foreign Lobbying

June 11, 2019
Young Joins Bipartisan Bill to Boost Disclosure of Foreign Lobbying

Monday, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) joined a bipartisan coalition of senators to introduce legislation to shine a light on efforts by foreign interests to influence American policy and public opinion. The Foreign Agents Disclosure and Registration Enhancement Act of 2019 adds teeth to existing law aimed at ensuring public awareness of lobbying campaigns pushed by...
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IN Attorney General Continues Efforts to Prevent Opening of Unlicensed Abortion Clinic in South Bend

June 11, 2019
IN Attorney General Continues Efforts to Prevent Opening of Unlicensed Abortion Clinic in South Bend

Attorney General Curtis Hill on Monday asked a U.S appellate court to stop the immediate opening of an unlicensed abortion clinic in South Bend. On May 31, a federal district court granted a preliminary injunction allowing the Texas-based Whole Woman’s Health Alliance to open a clinic for providing chemical abortions despite lacking the required...
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Banana Split Day @ Miller’s

June 11, 2019
Banana Split Day @ Miller’s

Anna Corbett Marketing Director of Miller’s Assisted Living recently hosted a Banana Split Day in which residents and guests were able to make their own banana split anyway they wanted.  Corbett furnished the supplies while the Activity Department Volunteers were on hand to help with various toppings in any way they could.  The best...
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Indiana State Police Investigating Death at the Miami Correctional Facility

June 11, 2019
Indiana State Police Investigating Death at the Miami Correctional Facility

Yesterday, Indiana State Police Detective Wendell Beachy initiated an investigation, at the request of the Miami Correctional Facility, into the death of inmate Lannie Morgan, 70, South Bend, IN. At approximately 9:40 a.m., prison staff members found Morgan unresponsive in his I Unit cell. An ambulance was summoned for Morgan, but he died before...
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City Council Approves Tax Abatements for New & Existing Businesses

June 10, 2019
City Council Approves Tax Abatements for New & Existing Businesses

The Plymouth Common Council took steps during Monday evening’s meeting to promote existing businesses and new business inside the city limits. The Council conducted two public hearing on the Tax Abatement requests of Hoosier Racing Tire and Vigilant Holdings better known as Harrington Noodles. Earlier this month the city took the first step in...
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Jamar Hammonds Arrested on Sexual Misconduct Warrant

June 10, 2019
Jamar Hammonds Arrested on Sexual Misconduct Warrant

24 year old Jamar Hammonds of Charles Street in Plymouth was arrested by Plymouth Police Detective McIntyre on Friday, June 7th for an active warrant out of Marshall County.  Hammonds was arrested at his home and lodged in the Marshall County Jail for Sexual Misconduct with a Minor.  He was held on a $25,000...
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Triton School Board Approves 50% Reduction in Transportation Fees for Field Trips, Club Events & Athletics

June 10, 2019
Triton School Board Approves 50% Reduction in Transportation Fees for Field Trips, Club Events & Athletics

The Triton School Board met for a short regular meeting on June 10.  The board unanimously approved reducing transportation fees for school field trips, club events, and athletic contests by 50 percent. According to Superintendent Jeremy Riffle, transportation fees totaled some $19,000 last year, with $10,000 coming from athletic related off-site transportation needs. Fees...
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Alec Mattke Arrested for Strangulation

June 10, 2019
Alec Mattke Arrested for Strangulation

Marshall County Police Officer Rob Hafke released a news release on the arrested of a Plymouth man for Strangulation.  On Monday, June 3rd at 5:18 in the afternoon, Marshall County Police received a report of a domestic battery that had occurred. The victim suffered minor injuries during the altercation. 23 year old Alec Mattke...
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Plymouth Park Board Shuts Down Request for Field Sponsorship Sign on Outfield Fence

June 10, 2019
Plymouth Park Board Shuts Down Request for Field Sponsorship Sign on Outfield Fence

Burke Richeson, President of Plymouth Junior League Baseball asked the Plymouth Park Board for permission to install a 3 foot by 5 foot sign on the outfield fence for companies that sponsor the various fields: C-league, B-league, T-ball and Pony Field. He said the companies making the $500 donations to the league are:  Reith...
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