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PHS Health Careers Class Selling First Aid Kits

September 20, 2015
PHS Health Careers Class Selling First Aid Kits

The Health Careers class at Plymouth High School is selling first aid kits starting Sept. 21st through October 5th! The money raised will be used to help the Health Careers students go to a state conference for Health Careers April 11-13 in Indianapolis at the Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center. Each of the students...
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Plymouth Police Investigate Death of Child

September 20, 2015
Plymouth Police Investigate Death of Child

Plymouth Police are investigating the death of a child. Friday afternoon about 2:30 a 2 ½ year old child came to the Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth with severe injuries.  The child was treated and then airlifted to a Fort Wayne hospital. Plymouth Police started an investigation at the hospital and then...
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Redevelopment Commission Closes Out River Park Square Project

September 17, 2015
Redevelopment Commission Closes Out River Park Square Project

The Plymouth Redevelopment Commission finally closed out the River Park Square project in TIF #2 this week. There is still an issue with the trees and seeding in RPS but the city’s Urban Forestry and Flower Committee decided to keep the trees that were already replaced once and are still in a questionable condition. ...
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The Blitz is On . . . United Way Volunteers Hit the Streets Next Week!

September 17, 2015
The Blitz is On . . .  United Way Volunteers Hit the Streets Next Week!

“Together We Can, Marshall County” is this year’s United Way campaign theme and volunteers will put the slogan to action full force September 21-23! Teams of volunteers will be in Argos, Bourbon, Bremen, Culver and Plymouth canvassing local retail businesses for their support in this year’s United Way campaign. The 2015 campaign goal is...
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Bonita I. “Bonnie” Stay – 69 – from Plymouth

September 17, 2015
Bonita I. “Bonnie” Stay – 69 – from Plymouth

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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City Council Holds Public Hearing for Pre-Adoption of 2016 Budget

September 17, 2015
City Council Holds Public Hearing for Pre-Adoption of 2016 Budget

On Monday evening members of the Plymouth Common Council conducted a public hearing on the pre-adoption of the 2016 budget. Next year’s budget is $12,549,509 and increase of 2.79% from this year’s.  Included in the budget is a 2% across the board pay raise for hourly, department heads and elected officials along with fire...
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Whittaker Arrested for Battery to Father

September 17, 2015

A Plymouth woman was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly battery to her father. Plymouth Police Officer Gary Cleveland responded to a 911 call of a domestic disturbance at 425 Charles Street in Plymouth at 6:37 Wednesday morning. During the investigation it was alleged that 31 year old Kalee Whittaker of 11th Road in Plymouth...
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Ancilla Announces New Lacrosse Program and Welch is Named Head Coach

September 17, 2015
Ancilla Announces New Lacrosse Program and Welch is Named Head Coach

Ancilla College is proud to announce the addition of Lacrosse to their athletic programs for the 2016-17 school year and have named Brian Welch head coach for the Chargers. Welch is ushering in a new era as the first-ever Head Coach of Men’s Lacrosse at Ancilla College. Welch will be starting the program from...
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Senator Head Announces Paid Indiana Senate Internships

September 17, 2015
Senator Head Announces Paid Indiana Senate Internships

Indiana Senate Republicans are offering paid internship opportunities in the Senate’s legislative, legal, policy, communications and information technology offices during the 2016 session of the General Assembly. Qualified candidates must be college students, recent graduates, or enrolled in graduate or law school. Positions are open to Indiana residents or non-residents who attend a college or...
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Explore Call-Blocking Options with New Online Tip Sheet

September 17, 2015
Explore Call-Blocking Options with New Online Tip Sheet

Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is encouraging Hoosiers who are still receiving unwanted, intrusive phone calls to explore available call-blocking options using a new call-blocking reference sheet offered by the Attorney General’s Office. Though the state’s Do Not Call list is effective in preventing legitimate telemarketers from contacting people, it does not stop illegal telemarketers...
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