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Eckert Sentenced to 10 Years for Meth with 4 Years Suspended

September 12, 2013
Eckert Sentenced to 10 Years for Meth with 4 Years Suspended

  09/13/13  On Tuesday, April 2nd the Plymouth Police Department and Indiana State Police officers executed a search warrant at 1112 South Michigan Street in Plymouth.  That search warrant led to the arrest of two residents, 26 year old Tricia Eckert and 34 year old Peter Devine. During the search of the residence Officer’s...
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Two Vehicle Crash at Oak & Pidco Drive Stop Traffic

September 12, 2013
Two Vehicle Crash at Oak & Pidco Drive Stop Traffic

  09/13/13  On Tuesday, September 10th at approximately 2:30 p.m.  Plymouth Police Officer John Weir responded to the intersection of Pidco and Oak Drive for a two vehicle accident.  Arriving on the scene Officer Weir learned that 66 year old Lynita R. Pollock of Plymouth was driving a Dodge Neon southbound on Oak Drive...
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Hot Dogs, Pie, Races and Cars at this Month’s Second Friday

September 12, 2013
Hot Dogs, Pie, Races and Cars at this Month’s Second Friday

  09/13/13 This Friday, September 13th is 2nd Friday in downtown Plymouth from 5-8 p.m. on Garro Street between Michigan and Center Street. All of Plymouth’s dealerships will bring up to 6 vehicles on display for folks to see and sit in. 2nd Friday will have numerous activities including a Pie Eating Contest, a...
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Welcome Week Invites Students to Get Involved

September 12, 2013
Welcome Week Invites Students to Get Involved

09/13/13  Ancilla College hosted a fall Welcome Week for students, faculty, and staff.  The event took place September 10-12 at the college. Over 400 students, faculty, and staff enjoyed games, free food, and prize drawings.  Information tables about student activities, local vendors, and more were available for attendees to peruse.  Activities began at 11:30...
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Salsa Tasting at Plymouth Farmers’ Market

September 12, 2013
Salsa Tasting at Plymouth Farmers’ Market

  09/13/13 This Saturday’s Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM) will feature Gerry Hundt performing a selection of blues. Tom Keb will be dishing up tasting of his famous salsa and Boy Scout Troop 251 will be selling popcorn in a variety of flavors. The PFM is held Saturdays from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. in River...
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NILES HAUNTED HOUSE SCREAM PARK READY FOR 2013

September 12, 2013
NILES HAUNTED HOUSE SCREAM PARK READY FOR 2013

  09/13/13  The Niles Haunted House Scream Park once again is ready to officially start autumn by scaring the “yell” out of you with six different haunted attractions. This year marks the 40th consecutive year of their annual fright festival. They will open their squeaky gates this Friday, September 13th, and be open on...
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EARTHWORKS SCHEDULES WINE AND CHEESE TASTING EVENT

September 12, 2013
EARTHWORKS SCHEDULES WINE AND CHEESE TASTING EVENT

  09/13/13 Earthworks’ annual Wine and Cheese Tasting will be held this Sunday, September15, from 3pm to 6pm, on the lakeside lawn at Earthworks at 9815 Union Road in Plymouth. Guests can sample more than 20 international wines and micro beers, as well as American artisan cheeses from East and West Coast creameries.  An...
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Coats Launches “Indiana Input” Campaign

September 12, 2013
Coats Launches “Indiana Input” Campaign

  09/13/13 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) today launched the “Indiana Input” campaign to encourage people to share their stories on how the health care law, our nation’s tax system and the onslaught of federal regulations are impacting Hoosiers. “As I represent Hoosiers in the U.S. Senate, I am focused on protecting our country from...
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Gas Leak Leads to Evacuation

September 11, 2013
Gas Leak Leads to Evacuation

  09/12/13 On Tuesday September 10th just after noon the LaPaz Fire Department was dispatched to 13292 5D Road for a gas leak.  Arriving on scene firefighters were met by a NIPSCO representative that stated a well drilling contractor struck a gas line. The home had quickly filled with natural gas and the initial...
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Plymouth School Board Approves PEA Contract, $1.4 Million Additinal Bond Appropration

September 11, 2013
Plymouth School Board Approves PEA Contract, $1.4 Million Additinal Bond Appropration

  10/12/13 The Plymouth School Board Approved a number of agenda items during three meetings on September 10. The Board ratified a two-year contract with Plymouth Educational Association (PEA). The contract is for the school years of 2013-2014. Laura Kruyer, PEA president, was at the meeting and concurred with Superintendent Daniel Tyree that the...
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