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Arrested for Failed Drug Tests at Probation Dept.

August 16, 2017
Arrested for Failed Drug Tests at Probation Dept.

Plymouth Police Officer Ray West was dispatched to the Marshall County Probation Department Monday to transport two individuals to the County Jail. 38 year old Catherine Capron of Plymouth and 19 year old Jared Carter of Winimac were both given drug tests at the Probation Department and they failed the test. Probation was revoked...
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City Board of Works Conducts Public Hearing for Annexation & Street Vacation

August 16, 2017
City Board of Works Conducts Public Hearing for Annexation & Street Vacation

The Plymouth Common Council held a public hearing on the voluntary annexation of the Weir Enterprises at 1715 Lake Avenue. Owners John and Carey Weir recently split the historical home off onto a separate parcel with plans to sell the home.   They will retain the remaining property and plan to build a new day...
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Todd Charles Cook, 63, a former Plymouth resident

August 16, 2017
Todd Charles Cook, 63, a former Plymouth resident

Johnson Danielson Funeral Home
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Ward Apprehended at Economy Inn on Fulton County Warrant

August 16, 2017
Ward Apprehended at Economy Inn on Fulton County Warrant

On Monday morning, August 14th Plymouth Police Officer Ben McIntyre located 44 year old Angela (Coldiron) Ward at the Economy Inn on North Michigan Street. Ms. Ward had a Failure to Appear warrant out of Fulton County.  She was taken into custody and transported to the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and then transported to...
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Donnelly Statement on CBO Score on Effects of Terminating Cost-Sharing Payments Under the Affordable Care Act

August 16, 2017
Donnelly Statement on CBO Score on Effects of Terminating Cost-Sharing Payments Under the Affordable Care Act

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement after the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released an analysis of how premiums would increase if the Administration ends cost-sharing reduction (CSR) payments under the Affordable Care Act. Donnelly said, “Today’s non-partisan CBO report confirms again that ending CSR payments would raise premiums and increase the deficit....
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Redevelopment Commission Awards Michiana Contracting City Hall Reno Project

August 16, 2017
Redevelopment Commission Awards Michiana Contracting City Hall Reno Project

The Plymouth Redevelopment Commission handled a number of items concerning the City Hall Renovation Project. The first item was to conduct a public hearing to declare the 1st floor of the Chamber of Commerce building as a minimal component of the project and therefore surplus.  That distinction will allow Redevelopment to lease the first...
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County Council Approves Additional Appropriation Requests

August 16, 2017
County Council Approves Additional Appropriation Requests

The Marshall County Council considered a couple of larger additional appropriation requests during their meeting Monday. Marshall County Sheriff Matt Hassel had a request for an additional $50,000 for the LED lighting upgrade project in the parking lot and repairs at the facility until the end of the year. Gary Masterson from the Maintenance...
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City to Lease Old Fire House to Pre-School

August 16, 2017
City to Lease Old Fire House to Pre-School

The City of Plymouth will be leasing the Old Fire House to His Small Wonders Pre-School. Monday night Christine Nate presented her proposal for a short-term lease for the building located at 220 North Center Street. The pre-school has been located in the building just off North Michigan Street and the property owner has...
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Wagers Arrested for Warrant, Meth & Paraphernalia

August 16, 2017
Wagers Arrested for Warrant, Meth & Paraphernalia

A traffic stop on North Michigan Street Saturday evening resulted in the arrest of a Plymouth man for Possession of Meth. About 6:45 Officer Shanna Gilmer with the Plymouth Police Department stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation.  The driver, 23 year old Etham B. Wagers was found to have an active warrant through...
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IN Senator Head Spotlight On: Child Abuse Prevention Measures

August 15, 2017
IN Senator Head Spotlight On: Child Abuse Prevention Measures

In recent years, we have been hearing an alarming number of reports of child abuse and sexual misconduct in Indiana schools. To address this issue, the Indiana General Assembly passed legislation that aims to prevent Hoosier children from being abused in the environment where they should always be safe from predators. State Senator Randy...
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