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City Council Approves Amendment & Resolution

June 15, 2014
City Council Approves Amendment & Resolution

The Plymouth Common Council unanimously approved the first amendment to the Integrated Municipal Solid Waste Contract. The amendment was an extension to the Allied/Republic Service trash and recycling contract for five years. City Attorney Sean Surrisi said the original agreement was signed on August 1st 2009. The extension keeps residential monthly billing at the...
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Shred for Food Raises $$ for Neighborhood Center

June 15, 2014
Shred for Food Raises $$ for Neighborhood Center

In May the North Central Indiana Association of Realtors conducted a Shred for Food event fundraiser for the Marshall County Neighborhood Center. On May 17th citizens, organizations and businesses were invited to bring papers that they wanted to dispose of but needed to have them shred because of personal information on them such as...
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County Police Warn of Rash of Vehicle Thefts

June 15, 2014
County Police Warn of Rash of Vehicle Thefts

In a press release on Friday, the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department warned of thefts from vehicles on the southwest side of Plymouth. County Police Officers are currently investigating a string of thefts from vehicles that occurred during the overnight hours of Thursday. Unknown suspects went through vehicles parked in the driveways of residences in...
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May Activity Report for Plymouth Fire & EMS

June 15, 2014
May Activity Report for Plymouth Fire & EMS

May was a busy month for the Plymouth Fire Department. Fire Chief Rod Miller presented the monthly activity report at the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. There were a total of 193 alarm situations in May. There were 156 emergency medical service incidents including 17 medical assists. The fire department responded to...
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PERF Changes for Retirements Cause Early Retirements in County

June 15, 2014
PERF Changes for Retirements Cause Early Retirements in County

Last week the Marshall County Council approved an additional appropriation request of Superior Court I Judge Rob Bowen. Bowen told members he has a retirement in his office for August 1st and needed to hire a new employee prior to her leaving to allow for two weeks of on the job training. He also...
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What’s Your Opinion 6-13-14

June 13, 2014


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Fugitive Brought to Justice for Burglary and Nets 10 Year Prison Sentence

June 12, 2014

Mikal Lopez, 23, of Plymouth was sentenced Thursday, June 12, in Marshall Superior Court Number 1 to 10 years imprisonment for burglarizing a house on Pennsylvania Avenue.  In open court, Lopez admitted that on January 4, 2012, he burglarized the home and stole a Play Station with controllers, a video game and a dish...
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Tie-dye, Walking on Water & Explosions…It’s the Plymouth Library Hands on Science Day

June 12, 2014
Tie-dye, Walking on Water & Explosions…It’s the Plymouth Library Hands on Science Day

The Plymouth Public Library Summer Reading Program will host a special even this Saturday, June 14th in the parking lot next to the Old Fire House. Beginning at 1 p.m. and lasting until 3 p.m. they will have a hands-on science day.  Participants are invited to bring their own white or light colored piece...
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PHS Alumni Tickets on Sale thru June 15th

June 12, 2014
PHS Alumni Tickets on Sale thru June 15th

The Plymouth High School Alumni Association will honor Mr. Dave Gibson with the 2014 Distinguished Alumni Award on Friday, June 20th at the annual PHS Alumni Association dinner at Christo’s Banquet Center in Plymouth. Mr. Gibson graduated from PHS with the Class of 1960 and went on to earn a B.S. in Business from...
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Argos School Board Meeting & Executive Session

June 12, 2014
Argos School Board Meeting & Executive Session

The Argos Community Schools will conduct an executive session on Monday, June 16th at 6:30 p.m. The executive session is being held to determine the status of an individual the governing body has jurisdiction over. The regular school board meeting follows at 7 p.m. in the school administration building.
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