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White Sentenced to 10 Years for Manufacturing Meth; City K9 Jax Proves Instrumental in the Arrest

January 15, 2014
White Sentenced to 10 Years for Manufacturing Meth; City K9 Jax Proves Instrumental in the Arrest

  01/16/14 Nathaniel White, 26, of Plymouth, was sentenced on Wednesday (January 15, 2014) in Marshall Superior Court 1 to ten years imprisonment for dealing in methamphetamine.  The original charge was a Class A felony as it was alleged the dealing occurred within a thousand feet of a family housing complex.  In open court,...
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Downtown Redevelopment Considers Next Project

January 15, 2014

01/16/14 “What’s next?” That was the question at last week’s Downtown Revitalization meeting.  The first phase of River Park Square will be completed this spring once the weather breaks.  Revitalization members were asked by member Brent Martin what the next project was they might want to tackle.  Committee member Dan Tyree commented, “We’ve taken...
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Oliver Ford Lincoln Presents $7,320 to Lincoln Junior High

January 15, 2014
Oliver Ford Lincoln Presents $7,320 to Lincoln Junior High

  01/16/14 The Oliver Ford Lincoln family was happy to congratulate Lincoln Jr. High on Wednesday for an exceptional test drive event that was held last year. Jessica Oliver said, “With all the hard work and dedication of staff, students, parents and volunteers it truly paid off this time.” Lincoln’s “Driven to Give” recently...
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Donnelly Releases 2013 Annual Report

January 15, 2014
Donnelly Releases 2013 Annual Report

  01/16/14 Wednesday, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released his annual report for 2013.  The report includes an outline of Donnelly’s legislative work, his efforts on behalf of constituents, a snapshot of his travel around Indiana, a rundown of his bipartisan efforts, and other highlights from his first year as the newest U.S. Senator for...
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M.C. Museum offers Genealogy Assistance

January 15, 2014
M.C. Museum offers Genealogy Assistance

  01/16/14 Karin Rettinger, Research Specialist Marshall County Museum announces a special genealogy event.  They are offering their very own version of the Genealogy Road Show to the public on Tuesday, January 21st.   Do you have nagging questions about your family tree?  Have you been attempting to search for your ancestors, but have...
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City Council Approves Ordinances

January 15, 2014
City Council Approves Ordinances

    01/16/14 Monday evening the Plymouth Common Council approved 2nd and 3rd reading of an ordinance amendment to the City’s Code of Ordinances concerning Trees and Shrubs.  The Urban Forestry and Flower Committee has spend the last year reviewing and rewriting the city’s policies regarding trees and flowers.  The purpose and intent of...
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Triton Art Students Honored

January 15, 2014
Triton Art Students Honored

  01/16/14 Several students from Triton High School had there artwork selected to be included in the Scholastic Art Award show at the South Bend Museum of Art. Triton juniors: Alex Eib received honorable mention, Gabby Cretcher received honorable mention, and Amanda Warrick was a gold key award winner. Their work will be displayed...
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2014 Park Department Bus Trips

January 15, 2014
2014 Park Department Bus Trips

01/16/14 Head of Plymouth Park and Recreation, Scott Michel has released the 2014 Park Department monthly trips.  On January 27th the bus trip will be to the Horseshoe Casino.  The February bus trip will be a tour of ABC 57 in South Bend and lunch at Hani Yori.   On March 10 the park department...
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Lumber “jacks & jills” roll into Fort Wayne for Outdoor Sports, Lake & Cabin Show

January 15, 2014
Lumber “jacks & jills” roll into Fort Wayne for Outdoor Sports, Lake & Cabin Show

  01/16/14 Back by popular demand, the 5th annual Outdoor Sports, Lake & Cabin Show set for Jan. 24-26 at the Coliseum, is showcasing the STIHL Timberworks Lumberjack Show for the second consecutive year, but with a new addition—the Lumberjills. The lumberjills, Samantha and Sarah Hadley, grew up in Hayward, Wis., in the heart...
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City Board Learns of High-Speed Passenger Rail through Plymouth

January 15, 2014
City Board Learns of High-Speed Passenger Rail through Plymouth

  01/15/14 Members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety heard from the President of the Northeast Indiana Passenger Rail Association, Fred Lanahan.  Currently there are 15 members in the association representing many of the communities along the route from Chicago to Columbus.  The high-speed rail which runs 110 m.p.h. starts in...
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