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Second Half of Legislative Session Underway

February 14, 2016
Second Half of Legislative Session Underway

The Indiana General Assembly is now in the second half of the 2016 legislative session. Of the bills that passed the Senate in the first half, 61 percent passed with unanimous support, and 95 percent passed with bipartisan support. The Senate is now considering legislation from the House of Representatives. Some of the noteworthy bills...
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Plymouth Fire Fighters Receive Pins

February 12, 2016
Plymouth Fire Fighters Receive Pins

Recently John Grolich, representing the 5th District of the Indiana Volunteer Firefighter Association presented pins to several Plymouth firefighters recognizing their years of service to the department. Chief Rod Miller, Eddie Marquardt and Fred Berkeypile were honored with their 25 year pins. Jim Budd, Greg Carroll, Eric Cox, Rich Cartwright, Dave Sommers, Heath Neidig...
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Feb. 16th Mobile Food Bank in Plymouth

February 12, 2016
Feb. 16th Mobile Food Bank in Plymouth

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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High School Orientation at Argos High School

February 12, 2016
High School Orientation at Argos High School

Argos High School will host an Orientation to High School on Thursday, February 25th at 6:30 in the evening.  Students completing 8th grade this year and their parents are invited to attend.  Mrs. Judy Delp, Guidance Director at Argos will present important information that will make the transition from middle school to high school...
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Leonard J. Hartman – 87 – from Plymouth

February 12, 2016

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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FEBRUARY IS NATIONAL CHILDREN’S DENTAL HEALTH MONTH

February 12, 2016
FEBRUARY IS NATIONAL CHILDREN’S DENTAL HEALTH MONTH

The health of teeth can affect how people eat and speak and even the first impressions they make. Learning to take care of teeth at an early age creates good oral hygiene habits that can be maintained for a lifetime. The Indiana State Department of Health’s Oral Health Program reminds all Hoosiers that February...
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LJH Students Create Promotional Video for Kayak Launch

February 12, 2016
LJH Students Create Promotional  Video for Kayak Launch

When students from Amy Walkers Lincoln Junior High class presented their ideas to the Downtown Revitalization Commission last year one of the reoccurring projects was the creation of a canoe and kayak launch in River Park Square. Randy Danielson who funded a 3 minute promotional video of Plymouth offered the class the chance to...
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Local Twirlers Earn Titles

February 11, 2016
Local Twirlers Earn Titles

On Saturday, February 6 at Memorial Hall in Lebanon, two local twirlers earned twirling titles.  Plymouth High School Junior, Alicia Dennie was crowned the 2016 Sr. Miss Twirler of Indiana and LaVille 7th grader Brooke Singleton was named 2016 Jr. Miss Royalty. Alicia has been a competitive twirler for seven years, competing at 5...
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Honduran Woman Arrested for Identity Deception and Forgery

February 11, 2016
Honduran Woman Arrested for Identity Deception and Forgery

A woman living on Alexander Street in Plymouth was arrested Wednesday, February 10th for alleged identity theft. Plymouth Police received a call from a woman in Pennsylvania who said she had applied for assistance and was advised that someone was using her identification for employment at a business in Plymouth. Detective Leo Manugs began...
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Man Sleeping at Red-D-Mart Arrested

February 11, 2016
Man Sleeping at Red-D-Mart Arrested

Sunday morning about 3:30 Plymouth Police officers were dispatched to Red D Mart at the corner of Michigan and Jefferson Streets in reference to an intoxicated male subject that had passed-out on the attendant’s counter. The attendant made several attempts to wake the male subject, but was unsuccessful. The male subject was passed out...
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