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Knox Woman Receives Minor Injury in Roll-Over Crash

August 7, 2016
Knox Woman Receives Minor Injury in Roll-Over Crash

  Plymouth Police investigated a single vehicle crash Friday morning about 10:45 on Pilgrim Lane between TSC and Lowes Home Improvement. Officer John Weir investigated the personal injury crash crash involving Sharon Odle of Knox. Odle was driving a 2008 Ford east bound and for an unknown reason drove off the south side of...
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Marshall County Promise Program Sign-Ups Underway

August 7, 2016
Marshall County Promise Program Sign-Ups Underway

The sign up for the new Marshall County Promise program is underway in all schools in Marshall County.  This program is part of the Indiana Promise program. Marshall County is one of six counties added to this state program this year. This program brings post-secondary education and careers front of mind for elementary youth...
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 Hoosiers to Choose New State License Plate

August 5, 2016
 Hoosiers to Choose New State License Plate

Indiana residents now have the chance to decide what our next state license plate will look like as they vote on a final design to replace the outgoing Bicentennial plate. Three plate designs were unveiled this morning at the Indiana State Fair by Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) Commissioner Kent Abernathy. “This is going...
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1st Source Ranked #10 Best Performing Bank in Country

August 5, 2016
1st Source Ranked #10 Best Performing Bank in Country

1st Source Corporation, parent company of 1st Source Bank, has been ranked the #10 best performing bank in the country according to Bank Director Magazine. 1st Source ranked #10 out of 102 banks with $5-50 billion in assets. The rankings were released in Bank Director’s annual 2016 Bank Performance Scorecard, based on 2015 results....
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Prevent Child Abuse of Marshall County Packs 500 Bags for New Babies

August 5, 2016
Prevent Child Abuse of Marshall County Packs 500 Bags for New Babies

Members of Prevent Child Abuse of Marshall County gathered for their monthly meeting at the Plymouth Public Library this week.   Members had to select a new president and vice president due to the fact that both Haley and Michael Kittrell have jobs that deal with children in Marshall County. Because of that they...
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Park Board Approves Rental Agreement with Neuter Scooter

August 5, 2016
Park Board Approves Rental Agreement with Neuter Scooter

In the fall of 2014 the Plymouth Park Board approved free use of the Webster Center for the Neuter Scooter, an innovative approach to controlling cat overpopulation by making spay/neuter services convenient and affordable to everyone with a mobile veterinary clinic.   The Neuter Scooter has been very success over the past 18 months...
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Ground Breaking for New 40,000 Square Foot INDOT Base of Operations in Plymouth

August 4, 2016
Ground Breaking for New 40,000 Square Foot INDOT Base of Operations in Plymouth

  The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is planning a ground breaking event for a new 22,000 square foot, state of the art Operations Center and 18,000 square foot Salt and Cargill brine making building in Plymouth. Several speakers will be on hand, including INDOT Northwest District Commissioner, Rick Powers, Plymouth Mayor, Mark Senter...
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Marshall County Community Foundation Announces Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Applications

August 4, 2016
Marshall County Community Foundation Announces Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Applications

The Marshall County Community Foundation announces the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship applications for 2017 are available.  The scholarship is a four-year full tuition to an accredited Indiana university or college.  High School seniors who are Marshall County residents should contact their guidance office, the Marshall County Community Foundation office at 574- 935-5159 or go...
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Lamb Arrested on 2 Warrants

August 4, 2016
Lamb Arrested on 2 Warrants

Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman arrested 40 year old Travis Lamb Thursday morning on two warrants. While patrolling in the area of Adams and First Streets the officer observed Mr. Lamb in the passenger set of a vehicle. Knowing there was a warrant for his arrest and traffic stop was conducted and Lamb was...
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Mayor’s Month of Music Opens with Joey Garcia with Pablo’s Great Revenge

August 4, 2016
Mayor’s Month of Music Opens with Joey Garcia with Pablo’s Great Revenge

Plymouth Mayor, Mark Senter will be hosting the 2nd annual Mayor’s Month of Music again this year at River Park Square.  This FREE, family-friendly event will be held each Friday evening in August starting at 6:00 pm. The first performance of the season is Joey Garcia with Pablo’s Great Revenge sponsored by Zentis. Joey...
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