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County Police Investigate Criminal Mischief and Theft

June 7, 2012
County Police Investigate Criminal Mischief and Theft

    06/08/12 Marshall County Police Officer Rob Hafke investigated a criminal mischief complaint on Saturday, June 2nd.    At 8:54 a.m. Officer Hafke responded to the 15,000 block of Lincoln Highway in reference to an unknown person that painted black paint on the victim’s car and home. Then on Tuesday, June 5th at 7:13pm, Patrolman...
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Benner Arrested for OWI

June 7, 2012
Benner Arrested for OWI

  06/08/12  On Wednesday, June 6th around 6:45 p.m. Officer Derek Workman of the Plymouth Police Department initiated a traffic stop at the intersection of Jefferson and Third Streets.  It was determined that the driver, Sean Benner 22, of Plymouth was driving the vehicle intoxicated.   Benner was transported to the Marshall County Jail where...
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Plymouth School Board Approve Length of Administrators Contracts

June 7, 2012
Plymouth School Board Approve Length of Administrators Contracts

   06/08/12 During their regular meeting on June 5, the Plymouth School Board approved the length of contracts for administrators. Negotiations on the details of the contracts cannot be entered into until August 1, 2012. Superintendent Daniel Tyree will have a four- year contract. He is currently finishing the first year of the three-year...
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Pancakes at the Farmers’ Market

June 7, 2012
Pancakes at the Farmers’ Market

   06/08/12 This Saturday’s market will feature entertainment by Mike Lintner at 9:30 who graciously donates his time and talent each year. A small petting zoo will be set up for the youngsters to interact with goats, bunnies and other furry friends. Save your appetite to partake in the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce Pancake...
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No Injuries in Crash at Plymouth-Goshen & US 30

June 7, 2012
No Injuries in Crash at Plymouth-Goshen & US 30

   06/08/12 On Tuesday, June 5th at 6:07p.m. Patrolman Les McFarland of the Marshall County Police Department investigated a crash at the intersection of Plymouth-Goshen Trail and US 30.   Driver,  Douglas Workman 57, of Bourbon was traveling on Plymouth-Goshen Trail and approaching the intersection of US 30 in his 2003 Chevy Pick-up truck.  Mr....
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Downtown Merchants Participate in Second Friday Event

June 7, 2012
Downtown Merchants Participate in Second Friday Event

06/08/12 Tonight the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce kicks off the summer’s first Second Friday event.  This year Second Fridays will be geared towards adults with the first event being presented, “Art on the Streets.”  Members of the Heartland Art Galley will be showcasing their various works of art in front of various stores along...
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Bus Trip to Shipshewana offers by Park Department

June 7, 2012
Bus Trip to Shipshewana offers by Park Department

   06/08/12 Scott Michel, Recreation Director for the Plymouth Park Department announces a bus trip to Shipshewana. The Plymouth Park Department will be taking a trip to Shipshewana on Tuesday, June 26.  They will depart from the Plymouth Public Pool on a school bus at 8:15 a.m. and return at 4:00 p.m.  The cost...
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STATE REPORTS FIRST ACCOUNTS OF WEST NILE VIRUS ACTIVITY

June 7, 2012
STATE REPORTS FIRST ACCOUNTS OF WEST NILE VIRUS ACTIVITY

   06/08/12 State health officials have confirmed the first signs of the West Nile virus activity in Indiana.  Mosquitoes in Orange County have tested positive for West Nile virus. This is considerably earlier than the first positive mosquitoes found in the state last year, in mid-July.  It is impossible to predict the severity of this...
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DONNELLY STATEMENT ON OBAMA’S THREAT TO VETO MEDICAL DEVICE TAX REPEAL

June 7, 2012
DONNELLY STATEMENT ON OBAMA’S THREAT TO VETO MEDICAL DEVICE TAX REPEAL

   06/08/12 Thursday, Congressman Joe Donnelly released the following statement announcing that he will vote for legislation that would repeal the excise tax on the medical device industry due to take effect in 2013. In October 2011, Donnelly signed on to cosponsor the bill to repeal the medical device tax, The Protect Medical Innovation...
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Plymouth School Board Tables Action on Private Bus Maintenance Proposals

June 6, 2012
Plymouth School Board Tables Action on Private Bus Maintenance Proposals

    06/07/12 The proposed transfer of bus maintenance from the Plymouth Schools to Weirs International is still up in the air. During the Plymouth School Board meeting on June 5, no action was taken and the matter was tabled until the July meeting. Currently, routine maintenance and repairs are made at the school’s bus...
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