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Culver Woman Arrested for Driving While Suspended with Prior

October 12, 2016
Culver Woman Arrested for Driving While Suspended with Prior

Plymouth Police arrested 36 year old Angela Hayes of Culver last Friday following a traffic stop at Overmyer Drive and Nutmeg Road.  Initially the stop was for a traffic violation.  During the investigation it was learned that Hayes was driving on a suspended license with a prior charge.  Angela Hayes was taken into custody...
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Triton School Grant Withdrawn, Bourbon Fiber Project “Dead”

October 12, 2016
Triton School Grant Withdrawn, Bourbon Fiber Project “Dead”

A plan to bring a new fiber internet service to the Bourbon area by Rochester Telephone Company (RTC) is no longer in the works. The initial plan was to use a federal E-Rate grant to the Triton Schools along with donations from the town and area business to pay for the estimated cost of...
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Donnelly Visits Lugar Center for Public Health and Reviews U.S.-Supported Security Efforts in the Nation of Georgia

October 12, 2016

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly from Indiana, Ranking Member of the Senate Armed Services Strategic Forces Subcommittee, visited the nation of Georgia to review U.S.-supported efforts to counter the threat of nuclear and biological terrorism. Donnelly met with Georgian leaders and security forces to reinforce the importance of the U.S.-Georgia relationship and toured facilities along...
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PHS “Pride of Plymouth” earns Gold at ISSMA Weekend Tournament

October 12, 2016
PHS “Pride of Plymouth” earns Gold at ISSMA Weekend Tournament

The Plymouth High School “Pride of Plymouth” Marching Band attended the Indiana State School Music Association’s Scholastic Tournament this past weekend at Homestead High School in Ft. Wayne. This is similar to “Sectionals” for athletics. The band earned a Gold Award rating and special “With Distinction” awards in all three categories: music, visual, and...
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Dorothy L. Reese – 96 – from Bremen

October 12, 2016

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Plymouth High School Volunteer is Retiring after 23 Years of Service

October 12, 2016
Plymouth High School Volunteer is Retiring after 23 Years of Service

A very special volunteer with the Plymouth Community School Corporation family will be retiring Wednesday, October 12. Her name is Quin Chaney and she has volunteered at Plymouth High for the past 23 years, starting when she was 67-years-old. In 1993Chaney started volunteering in the Guidance office. Quin has volunteered in the guidance office...
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County Council Approves 1st Step in Tax Abatement Process for Faulkner Fabricating

October 12, 2016
County Council Approves 1st Step in Tax Abatement Process for Faulkner Fabricating

Faulkner says his business has grown faster than he anticipated.   He told members if they had anticipated the significant growth the last couple of years they would have probably doubled the size of the initial project. Faulkner plans to build a 24,000 square foot addition on the north side of the existing buildings at...
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City Board of Works Action from Monday

October 11, 2016
City Board of Works Action from Monday

Monday evening the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety ratified the bid award of Phend & Brown of Milford for the city’s fall street and sidewalk projects. Low bid for the projects was $674,922 and the streets included in the project are: Hoham Drive, Jim Nue Drive, Walter Glaub Drive, Pilgrim Lane, the...
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Accidental Shooting on Kenwood Avenue

October 11, 2016
Accidental Shooting on Kenwood Avenue

Plymouth Police were dispatched to a shooting Tuesday morning about 10:30 in the 1500 block of Kenwood Avenue. Initial scanner traffic indicated a suspect had shot a male youth in the leg and left the area but as Plymouth Police investigated it was learned that the incident was an accidental shooting. The victim was...
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City Council Approves 2017 Budget

October 11, 2016
City Council Approves 2017 Budget

Monday night the Plymouth Common Council approved the 2017 budget on 2nd and 3rd readings with votes of 5 to 1.  The advertised amount is $12,586,618. Last month, during the budget review City Clerk Treasurer Jeannie Xaver requested the $13.6 million budget be pared-down by more than a million dollars in an effort to...
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