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Santa is Coming to the Plymouth Park Department

December 11, 2014
Santa is Coming to the Plymouth Park Department

Santa is coming to town… The Plymouth Park Department will host a visit with Santa this Saturday, December 13th from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Conservation Club House. Bring your camera and the kids to meet Santa, drink some hot chocolate, eat cookies, take a carriage ride and listen to the Lincoln Legends...
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Runway Project at Airport Gets Started at Aviation Meeting

December 10, 2014
Runway Project at Airport Gets Started at Aviation Meeting

The Plymouth Board of Aviation Commissioners began the process of widening and resurfacing the current runway at Tuesday night’s meeting. The Construction will not begin until spring but the contracts for the work from Phend and Brown and Michiana Contracting as well as the engineering work from Wolfert Engineering were approved and the first...
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Rockies wrestle past Warsaw

December 10, 2014

Plymouth ran their NLC record to 2-0 with a 48-18 win over Warsaw.  Jeremy Splix also improved his record to 11-0 with a pin over Jesus Gomez.  Plymouth (PHS) 48.00 Warsaw (WARS) 18.00195: Rory Nolin (WARS) over Jacob LaFree (PHS) (Dec 4-2) 220: Andrew Brock (WARS) over Chaz Scruggs (PHS) (Dec 7-6) 285: Anthony...
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Lady Pilgrims fall to Washington

December 10, 2014

PLYMOUTH – Plymouth’s Lady Pilgrims returned home on Tuesday night and could not overcome the furious onslaught of South Bend Washington’s Lady Panthers falling by a final of 64-48. Leading much of the first half and staying within striking distance for 32 minutes Plymouth could not answer the full court pressure of the Lady...
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N. Manchester Man Arrested for OWI

December 10, 2014
N. Manchester Man Arrested for OWI

32 year old Jon Shepherd of North Manchester was arrested Tuesday morning just after 11 for operating while under the influence of a controlled substance. A 9-1-1 call to the Marshall County Dispatch Center advised of a van all over the roadway on US 31. The vehicle turned west on to 11th Road and...
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Yoder Arrested for Driving While Suspended

December 10, 2014
Yoder Arrested for Driving While Suspended

On Tuesday, December 9th about 3:00 in the afternoon, Bremen Police officer Trent Stouder conducted a traffic stop at Plymouth and Baltimore Streets. During his investigation it was determined that the suspect, 22 year old Ashlee Yoder of Bremen was operating a vehicle while suspended with a prior arrest. Yoder was incarcerated in the...
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Results of Bourbon PD Operation Pull Over

December 10, 2014
Results of Bourbon PD Operation Pull Over

Officers with the Bourbon Police Department worked extra hours over the Thanksgiving Holiday for Operation Pull Over Blitz #81. Bourbon Police Officers arrested one individual for drunk driving and issued other citations for seat belt violations, speeding and failure to stop at stop signs. The Bourbon Police would like to thank you all that...
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LJH Students Experience an Hour of Code

December 10, 2014
LJH Students Experience an Hour of Code

In honor of Computer Science Education week, Lincoln Junior High School is incorporating “code” into the classroom this week school wide. Principal Reid Gault said, “This week we will spend the maximum time possible with our students to teach them what coding is all about. Although there are numerous students here at Lincoln who...
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Plymouth Park Board 2015 Park Fees Stay the Same

December 10, 2014
Plymouth Park Board 2015 Park Fees Stay the Same

This month the Plymouth Park Board approved the 2015 Fee Schedule. Park Superintendent Mike Hite said, “It’s identical to last years, the only thing that is changing is the Webster Center and Conservation Club House hours.” A special committee looked at necessary changes to rental contracts and determined the fee schedule should coincide with...
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AG Zoeller: Public asked to comment on efforts to block unwanted calls, scams

December 10, 2014
AG Zoeller: Public asked to comment on efforts to block unwanted calls, scams

New action at the federal level could mean fewer unwanted telemarketing calls to Hoosiers, said Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently announced it would consider recommendations from the attorneys general to allow phone companies to implement call-blocking technologies, which could filter robocalls and other unwanted sales calls. In September,...
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