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City Park Board Donates Space for Monthly Neuter Scooter Visit

October 7, 2014
City Park Board Donates Space for Monthly Neuter Scooter Visit

Thanks to the generosity of the Plymouth Park Board the “Neuter Scooter” will be n the community monthly to provide low cost surgery to fix cats. During Monday’s park board meeting members were presented with a letter from Nancy Cox, Director of the Marshall County Humane Society. In the letter she states, “As you...
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Commissioners Updated on Metronet Conduit Instillation Project

October 7, 2014
Commissioners Updated on Metronet Conduit Instillation Project

Bart Trester from USI told the Marshall County Commissioner that Metronet conduit instillation project is 95% complete. The project is divided up into the phases: phase 1 is from the Plymouth City limits north to LaVille School. Phase 2 is from LaVille Schools to the Hoosier Tire Corporate office and phase 3 is from...
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South Bend Woman Arrested DWS with Prior and Marijuana

October 7, 2014
South Bend Woman Arrested DWS with Prior and Marijuana

Saturday afternoon just before 3 Plymouth Police Officer Ray West responded to a 9-1-1 dispatch from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department in an attempt to locate a white, Chevy Malibu that was north bound on Michigan Street from Oakhill Avenue. Officer West located the vehicle at Michigan Street and Becknell Drive at the front...
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Tapias Arrested for Domestic Battery

October 7, 2014
Tapias Arrested for Domestic Battery

A 9-1-1 call Saturday morning about 2:30 sent Plymouth Police to 906 West Adams Street for a domestic battery complaint. Officer Wally Derifield investigated the call and arrested both subjects, 28 year old Brian Tapia and 20 year old Kaila Tapia both of the Adams Street address. The Tapias were incarcerated in the Marshall...
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Dine Out for United Way in Marshall County

October 7, 2014
Dine Out for United Way in Marshall County

You can dine out and help a good cause in Marshall County. Over the next several weeks, thirteen area restaurants are donating a percentage of their sales toward the 2014 United Way of Marshall County campaign. Volunteers across the county are raising funds this fall to support 24 United Way agencies and programs; the...
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ABSENTEE VOTING IS UNDERWAY

October 7, 2014
ABSENTEE VOTING IS UNDERWAY

Donna Pontius, Voter Registration Deputy for the Marshall County Clerk’s Office announced absentee voting. You may vote by absentee ballot if you are a registered voter of the precinct where you reside. There are three methods of Absentee Voting. Absentee Voting in person began on Tuesday, October 7th in the Marshall County Clerk’s Office...
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CHARGERS FOR CHANGE FIGHT FOR BREAST CANCER AWARENESS

October 7, 2014
CHARGERS FOR CHANGE FIGHT FOR BREAST CANCER AWARENESS

The Ancilla volleyball team will once again take to the floor to battle breast cancer this Thursday night at 6:30PM at the LifePlex in Plymouth. The Chargers for Change effort is set to benefit Plymouth Ounce of Prevention, with a $5 donation being accepted at the door. Beyond the competition on floor against Lansing...
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Rebecca Rodriguez – 77 – from Plymouth

October 7, 2014
Rebecca Rodriguez – 77 – from Plymouth

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Kenneth I. Dickson – 78 – from Plymouth

October 7, 2014

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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PHS volleyball beats St. Joe

October 7, 2014

The Plymouth Varsity volleyball team defeated South Bend St. Joe 26-24, 23-25, 25-16, 25-20. The Varsity record is 20-10. Plymouth leaders were: Kills – McKenzie Scheetz 16, Libbie Portteus 11 Assists – Haley Harrell 37 Digs – Scheetz 19, H Harrell 17 Aces – Scheetz 4, Lacey Poczik 1 Blocks – Hunter Stevens 6,...
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