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Arrests by Plymouth Police

February 3, 2015
Arrests by Plymouth Police

02/04/15  On Saturday, January 31st at 11:12 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Gary Cleveland responded to 222 West LaPorte Street in reference to a disturbance call.  Arriving at the residence, 33 year old Phillip Land of Knox was asked to leave the premises at the request of the residents. Mr. Land stood across the street and...
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Citizens Reminded to Clear Snow from Sidewalks, Hydrants and Mail Boxes

February 3, 2015
Citizens Reminded to Clear Snow from Sidewalks, Hydrants and Mail Boxes

With all the snow that was dropped this weekend citizens are reminded of the Plymouth city ordinance on sidewalk clearing.  It is the duty of every owner, lessee or occupant of any premises with sidewalk to remove all snow and ice from said sidewalk within 24 hours after a snow and or ice event....
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Peters Speaks to Plymouth Lions Club

February 3, 2015
Peters Speaks to Plymouth Lions Club

  Marianne Peters was the guest speaker at the January meeting of the Plymouth Lions Club. Peters is the new Education Coordinator for Marshall County Solid Waste and explained a number of different recycling programs. The program began in 1991 and has grown to a very large number. Last month 12 tons of recycling...
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M. C. REMC Encourages Students to Apply for Youth Program

February 3, 2015
M. C. REMC Encourages Students to Apply for Youth Program

Indiana’s Electric Cooperative Youth Tour to Washington, D.C. provides young Hoosiers the opportunity to visit their nation’s capital, experience American history and gain a better understanding about their electric cooperative and government. The 2015 Indiana Youth Tour is June 11-18. Students participating in the trip will visit the Flight 93 and Pentagon 9/11 Memorials,...
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Free Income Tax Return Filing Assistance at CUTPL

February 3, 2015
Free Income Tax Return Filing Assistance at CUTPL

The Culver-Union Township Public Library is excited to announce the return of IRS certified Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) volunteers who will be offering free tax return filing appointments at the Culver Library on Wednesdays from February 18th through April 8th.   This free program is sponsored by the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide and the Marshall...
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Donnelly: A ‘Step Forward’ in Addressing Veteran Suicide

February 3, 2015
Donnelly: A ‘Step Forward’ in Addressing Veteran Suicide

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly Tuesday helped pass bipartisan legislation aimed at improving mental health care and suicide prevention services for veterans. The Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention for American Veterans (SAV) Act passed the Senate 99-0. The bill now heads to President Obama’s desk. Donnelly, who co-sponsored the Clay Hunt SAV Act, said, “With an estimated 22...
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Parkhurst Dancing With the Stars for the Neighborhood Center

February 3, 2015
Parkhurst Dancing With the Stars for the Neighborhood Center

Monica Parkhurst will be participating in this year’s Marshall County Neighborhood Center fundraiser “Dancing With the Stars”.  The event takes place at the Swan Lake Resort this Saturday, February 7. For those not familiar with the event, it consists of several people from the community (“Stars”) being matched up with a dance instructor (“Pros”) to create...
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Park Board to Consider Beer Tasting during Blazin’ BBQ Competition

February 3, 2015
Park Board to Consider Beer Tasting during Blazin’ BBQ Competition

The third annual Blazin’ BBQ and Bluegrass event hosted by Marshall County Tourism will be held September 18th and 19th in Centennial Park thanks to last night’s approval by the Plymouth Park Board. Cory Humes, Executive Director of Tourism said teams travel from all over the Midwest to this competition. Last year there were...
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Commissioners Have Concern on Centralized Dispatch Project

February 2, 2015
Commissioners Have Concern on Centralized Dispatch Project

Centralized Dispatch in Marshall County is getting closer to a reality with the recent addition of the 3rd shift from the Plymouth Police Department. But there are concerns and Monday Commissioner Kevin Overmyer and Councilwoman Judy Stone discussed a recent City Council meeting they attended where Sheriff Tom Chamberlin and Police Dave Bacon discussed...
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Municipal Candidate Filings

February 2, 2015
Municipal Candidate Filings

Candidates filing for either the Plymouth or Bremen municipal elections only have until noon on Friday, February 6th to declare their intentions for the May primary. Donna Pontius,Voter Registration Deputy for the Marshall County Clerk’s Office said several more candidates have filed the past couple of weeks. Currently, incumbent Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter is...
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