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Plymouth Paramedics Respond to Hoosier Tire

February 4, 2016
Plymouth Paramedics Respond to Hoosier Tire

Plymouth Paramedics, Fire and Police were dispatched to 2307 PIDCO Drive at 8:02 Thursday morning, the Hoosier Tire Plant. An industrial accident occurred with a male employee got his arm caught in a roll of material.  Hoosier employees were able to get his arm out of the roll of material before emergency responders arrived...
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Fort Wayne Pair Arrested for Theft and Resisting

February 4, 2016

A couple from Fort Wayne was arrested Monday afternoon following a shoplifting incident at Wal-Mart and then fleeing from police. Plymouth Officer Joe Deisch responded to Wal-Mart about 3:30 for a theft complaint.  The suspects were eventually located after fleeing from police. 36 year old Justin Watson and 39 year old Stephanie Bowman both...
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Indiana Delegation Asks President to Engage on Adoptions of Congolese Children

February 4, 2016
Indiana Delegation Asks President to Engage on Adoptions of Congolese Children

WASHINGTON, DC – The Indiana congressional delegation sent a letter to President Barack Obama asking him to directly intervene in the plight of adopted children from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Indiana has the highest number of adopted Congolese children that have yet to join their American families. In the letter, the members wrote, “We...
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Free Heart Health Screenings at Plymouth Medical Center

February 4, 2016
Free Heart Health Screenings at Plymouth Medical Center

Saint Joseph Health System Outreach Services is offering free heart health screenings at the Plymouth Medical Center Emergency Department during American Heart Month. From 7-10 a.m. on February 11 and February 25, members of the community can come to the Plymouth Emergency Department and receive a variety of important life-saving screenings. “We know the seriousness heart disease...
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Plymouth Man Rolls Truck on Slippery Roads

February 4, 2016
Plymouth Man Rolls Truck on Slippery Roads

Thursday morning’s slippery roads keep area police departments busy. An officer with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to State Road 331, south of 6th Road at 4:15 a.m. for a single vehicle crash. 28 year old David J. Heineman Jr. of Plymouth was southbound on S.R. 331 in a 2006 Ford F250 when...
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Governor Pence Statement of Death of Former Gov, Edgar D. Whitcomb, Directs Flags Be Flown at Half-staff

February 4, 2016
Governor Pence Statement of Death of Former Gov, Edgar D. Whitcomb,  Directs Flags Be Flown at Half-staff

Indianapolis – Having been informed by members of the immediate family of Governor Edgar D. Whitcomb that the former governor passed away on Thursday, February 4 at his home in Rome, Indiana, Governor Mike Pence issued the following statement:   “Governor Ed Whitcomb was a great man whose life of courage, service and adventure...
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South Bend Woman Arrested for Driving Without a License

February 4, 2016
South Bend Woman Arrested for Driving Without a License

Last Sunday, January 31st Plymouth Police Officer Ben McIntyre conducted a traffic stop on Lincoln Highway west of Oak Drive for a traffic violation.  The driver, 18 year old Shaylah D. Taylor of South Bend was driving without ever receiving a license.  She was taken into custody and transported to the Marshall County Jail...
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Riverside 6th Graders Present at School Board Meeting

February 4, 2016
Riverside 6th Graders Present at School Board Meeting

Riverside Intermediate School art teacher, Elyse Chudzynski, and three of her 6th grade students shared their love of art with the Plymouth School Board on February 2. Students Aumrie Weiss, Makenna Manring, and Regan Watkins are three of the students who opted to take the nine week art classes during the time set aside...
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Mobile Food Bank in Plymouth on 2/16/16

February 4, 2016
Mobile Food Bank in Plymouth on 2/16/16

The Food Bank of Northern Indiana offers a mobile food pantry once a month in Marshall and Starke counties.   Fresh perishable items such as dairy, grains, produce and protein along with dry goods are offered free of charge to northern Indiana residents. The Food Bank sets up tables where people can “shop” and select...
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PLYMOUTH LIONS CLUB WITH MARLENE MAHLER MARSHALL COUNTY RECORDER

February 4, 2016
PLYMOUTH LIONS CLUB WITH MARLENE MAHLER MARSHALL COUNTY RECORDER

The Plymouth Lions Club was honored to have Marlene Mahler, Marshall County Recorder on hand at their January meeting.  The primary duty of County Recorders is to record instruments submitted for recording and maintain those records.  Land records in Marshall County start in 1836. All records are now digitized with indexing done back to...
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