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Commissioner Take Action on Suggestions

April 7, 2016
Commissioner Take Action on Suggestions

The suggestion of placing a directional sign at the roundabout on North Michigan Road and Veteran’s Parkway noting access to US 31 was considered by the Marshall County Commissioners this week.  They agreed with the recommendation and approved having the signage installed. Another suggestion pertaining to Veteran’s parkway came from the County Highway Department. ...
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Actions from the Plymouth Plan Commission Meeting

April 7, 2016
Actions from the Plymouth Plan Commission Meeting

Bernie Erickson was granted approval to divide one acre off a 17 acre plot on 11th Road to create a single family building lot.  Erickson told the Plymouth Plan Commission Tuesday night he plans on giving his granddaughter the lot to build a home on. The Plan commission questions a few items on the...
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Kosciusko County Woman Pleads Guilty to Unemployment Insurance Fraud

April 7, 2016
Kosciusko County Woman Pleads Guilty  to Unemployment Insurance Fraud

North Webster resident Mary J. Rico, 50, pled guilty in Kosciusko County Circuit Court One to unemployment insurance fraud, a Level Six felony. Rico purposefully defrauded the system by collecting unemployment insurance benefits while working full-time. Through the use of agency records, an Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD) employee began an investigation and...
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Park Board Takes Actions on Monday

April 7, 2016
Park Board Takes Actions on Monday

Members of the Plymouth Park Board unanimously approved the request of Elizabeth Richie, owner of Learning Tree Childcare to rent the Conservation Club House during the summer. Richie will pay the park $200 weekly for the use of the facility.  She requested use from 7 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. but noted that they typically...
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Arrested for Driving While Suspended

April 7, 2016
Arrested for Driving While Suspended

On Thursday morning, April 7th  at approximately 1:30 a county police officer arrested a South Bend man after observing his driving on expired plates. 47 year old  Joseph Cataldo was arrested following a traffic stop on US 31 near 11th Road and lodged in the Marshall County Jail for Driving while suspended-prior.    ...
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City Officers Make Arrests

April 7, 2016
City Officers Make Arrests

A 52 year old Bremen woman was arrested on Saturday, April 2nd by Officer Paul Stamper of the Plymouth Police Department after he observed her driving on North Michigan Street with no headlights on about midnight. Pamela Bobby was stopped on Michigan Street and US 30 and was found to be operating without a...
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HOOSIERS URGED TO ‘BEAT DIABETES’ ON WORLD HEALTH DAY

April 7, 2016
HOOSIERS URGED TO ‘BEAT DIABETES’ ON WORLD HEALTH DAY

Thursday was the World Health Organization’s World Health Day, and the organization urged people to “Beat Diabetes” in 2016 as part of the annual observance. Diabetes is a diseases characterized by high levels of blood glucose resulting from defects of insulin production, insulin action or both. Diabetes can lead to serious complications and premature...
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Girls Tennis Postponed

April 7, 2016
Girls Tennis Postponed

The Plymouth Hugh School  girls’ tennis teams match tonight against Glenn has been rescheduled for Friday, April 22 .
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Elkhart Man Injured in Rollover Crash as he Fled from Plymouth Police

April 7, 2016
Elkhart Man Injured in Rollover Crash as he Fled from Plymouth Police

Plymouth Police Officers were dispatched to 223 North Plum Street Monday evening just before 9 for an unwanted guest who was intoxicated and who may be armed with a handgun. Officer Emenhiser arrived on the scene and ordered 35 year old David R. Erdelyi of Elkhart to stop.  Erdelyi got into his vehicle and...
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Park Board Approves Contracts for YRF & Farmers’ Market

April 7, 2016
Park Board Approves Contracts for YRF & Farmers’ Market

This week the Plymouth Park Board approved the annual agreement between the Park Department and the Yellow River Festival and the Farmers’ Market. The agreement requires each entity to pay the City of Plymouth ten percent of the booth rental. The board also granted permission to use the one mile course in Centennial Park...
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