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National Weather Service Issues High Wind Warning

November 11, 2015
National Weather Service Issues High Wind Warning

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTHERN INDIANA HAS ISSUED A HIGH WIND WARNING…WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 1 AM EST TO 10 PM ES THURSDAY.   SOUTHWEST WINDS WILL INCREASE AHEAD OF A STRONG COLD FRONT LATE TONIGHT…AND SWITCH TO THE WEST EARLY THURSDAY MORNING. INTENSE WESTERLY WINDS WILL CONTINUE INTO THURSDAY EVENING BEFORE...
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Plymouth Teen Arrested for OWI & Possession of Marijuana

November 11, 2015
Plymouth Teen Arrested for OWI & Possession of Marijuana

19 year old Andrew Jones of Holloway Drive in Plymouth was arrested Monday evening following a traffic stop. Plymouth Officer Matt Emenhiser stopped a vehicle near the intersection of Bayless and Charles Streets about 9 p.m. on Monday.  During his investigation it was learned that Jones was in possession of marijuana and operating a...
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Senator Randy Head Honoring our Veterans

November 11, 2015
Senator Randy Head Honoring our Veterans

The origins of Veterans Day can be traced back to November of 1919, when President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed November 11th as the first commemoration of Armistice Day. In 1954, President Dwight D. Eisenhower announced that Armistice Day would become Veterans Day, “ … in order that a grateful nation might pay homage to the...
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Jana’s Gymnastics Brings Home Trophies

November 11, 2015
Jana’s Gymnastics Brings Home Trophies

Jana’s Gymnastics Silver and Gold Teams competed in the Cocoa All Star Classic in Kokomo on Sunday.  Both the Silver and Gold teams were able to beat out all the other teams and come home with 1st Place trophies. Every team member met the requirements to compete in their State Championship in April.   Here...
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Argos Solar Park Operational

November 11, 2015
Argos Solar Park Operational

Argos Town officials joined IMPA (Indiana Municipal Power Agency) dignitaries for the ribbon cutting celebration at the new Argos Solar Park just west of US 31 and south of State Road 10 off Linden Road Tuesday afternoon. The solar park sits on 6.7 acres of ground and has over 2,700 solar panels that will...
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Arrested on Warrant through Starke County

November 10, 2015
Arrested on Warrant through Starke County

51 year old Randy Freet of Grovertown was arrested Saturday, November 7th by Plymouth Police.  Officer John Weir was in the Applebees parking lot speaking to Freet and after running his information found that he had an active warrant through Starke County for a battery charge.  He was transported to the Marshall County Jail...
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County Police Shot Dog in Owner’s Yard

November 10, 2015
County Police Shot Dog in Owner’s Yard

Marshall County officer shoots dog in front of a home on Nov. 3 after a neighbor dispute. The neighbor stated that the dog had bitten her dog and called the police. Kodiak was a three-year old chocolate Labrador retriever, belonging to Heather Klinedinst and family. The incident occurred in the evening after the call...
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Bremen Man Held on $20,000 Bond for Sexual Misconduct with a Minor

November 10, 2015
Bremen Man Held on $20,000 Bond for Sexual Misconduct with a Minor

Plymouth Police Officer John Weir arrested 25 year old Ryan J. Perkins of Bremen on Saturday, November 7th after officers were dispatched for a subject wanting to hurt himself after a domestic fight. Officer Weir ran a check on Ryan Perkins and found he had an active warrant for his arrest for Sexual Misconduct...
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City Board Opens RFP’s & Crack Sealing Quote

November 10, 2015
City Board Opens RFP’s & Crack Sealing Quote

Monday evening the Requests for Proposals for the LARE Grant Yellow River Bank Stabilization project along the Greenway Trail in Centennial Park were opened at the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. Two companies; Cardno from Walkerton and Flatland Resources from Muncie offered proposals to complete the river bank project for the Park...
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North Judson Woman Arrested for Changing Price Tags

November 10, 2015
North Judson Woman Arrested for Changing Price Tags

Changing the price tags on Merchandise put a North Judson woman in the Marshall County Jail. On Friday, November 6th 28 year old Vonnie L. Shepard was observed changing price tags on merchandise at Wal-Mart.  Shepard then paid for the items at the false price and when she attempted to leave the store was...
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