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City Council Hears 1st Reading of 2016 Salary Ord. with a 2% Raise

July 29, 2015
City Council Hears 1st Reading of 2016 Salary Ord. with a 2% Raise

Monday evening the Plymouth Common Council approved on first reading the 2016 ordinance fixing salaries of elected officials, appointed officers, employees and fire and police personnel. The ordinance represents a two-percent salary increase for next year for all salary and hourly positions. The Council also approved a resolution authorizing the investment of public funds...
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City Council Approves Ordinance for Retiring Officers to Purchase Service Handgun

July 29, 2015
City Council Approves Ordinance for Retiring Officers to Purchase Service Handgun

Monday evening members of the Plymouth Common Council approved on second and third readings an ordinance allowing retiring city police officers the opportunity to purchase the service handguns for a token payment. For years this was standard policy but in 1995 when Police Chief Ron Babcock retired he didn’t want his weapon.   At that...
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New Student Orientation Scheduled for Argos

July 29, 2015
New Student Orientation Scheduled for Argos

It can be intimidating to be a new student at a new school.  To help with this challenge, the Guidance Department at Argos Jr.-Sr. High School is hosting a New Student Orientation on Tuesday, August 11th from 11AM-2PM. The Guidance Department will be assisted by student helpers, many of whom were also new to...
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Arrests by Plymouth Police

July 29, 2015
Arrests by Plymouth Police

Monday afternoon about 2 Plymouth Police Officers John Weir and Bob DeLee responded to Wendy’s for a reported theft complaint.  When officers arrived on the scene they learned that a female subject that had her purse stolen in the restroom of Wendy’s.  Officer Weir spoke to the victim and learned what was missing and...
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PCSC Launches Anonymous Tip Program for Students/Staff

July 29, 2015
PCSC Launches Anonymous Tip Program for Students/Staff

Plymouth Community School Corporation is launching a new program that allows the students and staff to submit anonymous tips to law enforcement via the web. Ted Brown, Director of Safety and Security at PCSC said his department is putting the finishing touches on the new internal online anonymous reporting system for PCSC to be ready to launch...
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Plymouth Speedway Appoints New Race Director

July 29, 2015
Plymouth Speedway Appoints New Race Director

Drivers and fans will see a new race director at Plymouth Speedway beginning this Saturday, August 1st. Sara Tarlton was recently appointed as the new Promoter/Race Director at the Playground of Power. The Albion, Indiana resident loves racing and has followed the sport her entire life. “I’ve been a racing fan ever since I can...
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TAKE THE WHEEL WITH FORD: OLIVER FORD AND LOCAL COMMUNITY TO RAISE AS MUCH AS $6,000 FOR PLYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

July 29, 2015
TAKE THE WHEEL WITH FORD:  OLIVER FORD AND LOCAL COMMUNITY TO RAISE AS MUCH AS $6,000 FOR PLYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

Across the United States, there are vital arts, music and sports programs that are being cut annually due to growing budgetary constraints and lack of funding. Today’s youth are missing out on extremely valuable opportunities to expand their knowledge and diversify their interests, as well as the chance to have a little fun!  Oliver...
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No Injuries in Semi Crash at US 30 & Queen Road

July 29, 2015
No Injuries in Semi Crash at US 30 & Queen Road

Wednesday morning at 10:12 Marshall County Police responded to a two semi crash at US 30 and Queen Road.  Officer Jordan Rans investigated the crash. A 2012 International semi with a loaded flatbed trailer had been stopped at the intersection of US 30 and Queen Road for a red light. The light turned green...
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Walorski Pays Respects at Tomb of the Unknown Soldier with House Veterans’ Affairs Committee

July 29, 2015
Walorski Pays Respects at Tomb of the Unknown Soldier with House Veterans’ Affairs Committee

Along with fellow committee members, Republican Jackie Walorski (IN-02), a member of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, paid her respects and placed a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Monday at Arlington National Cemetery. Monday marked the 62nd anniversary of the signing of the Korean Armistice Agreement. The “Tomb of the Unknown Soldier”...
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Adoptive parents, take heart: Plymouth jeweler designs Adoption Is Love pendant

July 29, 2015
Adoptive parents, take heart: Plymouth jeweler designs Adoption Is Love pendant

An adoption pendant designed in-house by owner Lori VanDuyne is available only at Fernbaugh’s Diamonds and Fine Jewelry and online through  http://www.fernbaughssilver.com/adoption-of-love for mothers who adopted children like Lori and husband (co-owner) Brian did. The artist hopes to spread the message, Adoption Is Love, in this newly designed original jewelry that is available in sterling silver or...
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