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Officer Weir Arrests 2 on Friday

March 23, 2015
Officer Weir Arrests 2 on Friday

Friday morning just before 8 Plymouth Police Officer John Weir initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle at Plymouth Goshen Trail and Michigan Street for disregarding a stop sign. 24 year old Miguel A. Tochimani DeHilario of Plymouth was found to be driving without ever receiving a driver’s license.  He was taken into custody...
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Gov. to Consider Right-to-Try Legislation

March 23, 2015
Gov. to Consider Right-to-Try Legislation

A bill that would ease access to potentially life-saving medications for terminally ill patients passed the Indiana Senate last week and is now on its way to the governor’s desk for his consideration. House Bill 1065 would allow terminally ill patients to bypass the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) compassionate use application for experimental medicine when there...
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Bremen PD Activity Report 3/13-3/19

March 23, 2015
Bremen PD Activity Report 3/13-3/19

Bremen Police Chief Matt Hassel released the activity report for March 13th through the 19th.  The Bremen Police Department issued a total of 20 traffic warning, 14 citations and 1 city ordinance ticket. Bremen Police Officers responded to two accidents during the time period, on March 17th a minor incident at Bowen and Plymouth...
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VOTER REGISTRATION CLOSES APRIL 6, 2015

March 23, 2015
VOTER REGISTRATION CLOSES APRIL 6, 2015

Marshall County Clerk, Debbie VanDeMark reminds Marshall County residents that the last day to register to vote in the 2015 municipal primary is April 6, 2015.  Registrations must be received in the voter registration office by 4:00 p.m. on that day.  Registrations that are mailed in must have a postmark of April 6, 2015. ...
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Call Out To Quilters

March 23, 2015
Call Out To Quilters

The Culver-Union Township’s Carnegie Library is celebrating its 100th anniversary and to help them commemorate the event, they are making a memorial quilt which will be on permanent display in the Library’s Carnegie Room. The Culver Library is inviting area quilters to be a part of their celebration by designing and contributing a square...
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A Goat Visits Kindergarten at WDA

March 23, 2015
A Goat Visits Kindergarten at WDA

Students in Mrs. Kendall Hoover’s kindergarten class at Washington Discovery Academy got a special visit last week from a one-week old baby goat from Miller’s Goats and Gardens. The students got to learn how a goat moves, unlike humans goats bounce and jump a lot to get from place to place. Did you know...
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Jeffrey “Jeff” Stetler – 54 – from Plymouth

March 22, 2015
Jeffrey “Jeff” Stetler – 54 – from Plymouth

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Thomas Taber – 77 – from Plymouth

March 22, 2015

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Lane Dodson, Booked in for Attempted Murder, Placed on House Arrest

March 22, 2015
Lane Dodson, Booked in for Attempted Murder, Placed on House Arrest

Friday morning 33 year old Lane Dodson turned himself into authorities for a warrant that was issued by Judge Bowen of Marshall Superior Court 1in January for a December 29 incident. The probable cause affidavit details the incidents of December 23rd, 24th, 28th and 29th which all lead to a warrant being issued.  On...
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Female Arrested after Run A Way takes Officers to Motel Room

March 22, 2015
Female Arrested after Run A Way takes Officers to Motel Room

Thursday evening Plymouth Police were dispatched to the Speedway Gas Station on North Michigan Street for a 10 year old who had run away from home. Officer Matt Emenhiser spoke with the young female and transported her back to her place of residence, 2535 North Michigan Street, the Economy Inn. While Officer Emenhiser was...
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