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Plymouth Education Association Raises $2,400 for 2017 Teaching Scholarship

April 23, 2017
Plymouth Education Association Raises $2,400 for 2017 Teaching Scholarship

The Plymouth Education Association (PEA) was able to raise $2,400 for the annual Plymouth Education Association Teaching Scholarship this year! The majority of that money was raised at the PEA Chicken Dinner and Bake Sale Fundraiser, which was held on February 24 at Plymouth High School. Each year, the PEA awards this scholarship to...
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Indy Man Arrested for DWS

April 23, 2017
Indy Man Arrested for DWS

An Indianapolis man was arrested Thursday evening after being stopped by a County Police Officer. About 9:30 at night an officer with the Marshall County Police Department stopped a vehicle on US 31 near 9A Road.   During the investigation it was determined that the driver, 28 year old Terry Hill of Indianapolis was driving...
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Nearly 900 Tour Rees Theater during Memory Tour

April 23, 2017
Nearly 900 Tour Rees Theater during Memory Tour

Hundreds of people took the opportunity to tour the Rees Theater this weekend during the Memory Walk on Saturday and Sunday. It was exciting to see people lined up on North Michigan Street waiting to get into the theater and get a behind-the-scenes look at the building. Groups of 10 to 12 were welcomed...
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Ashland Couple Arrested for Meth

April 23, 2017
Ashland Couple Arrested for Meth

An officer with the Marshall County Police Department conducted a traffic stop at US 31 and 14th Road Thursday night and arrested two people. About 10:15 in the evening Officer Cooper arrested 48 year old Brian Lee Fannin and 40 year old Melanie Dawn Fannin of Ashland for Possession of Methamphetamine and Illegal Possession...
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Why Use Seat belts? Because They Save Lives!

April 22, 2017
Why Use Seat belts? Because They Save Lives!

We’ve heard the excuses. They wrinkle my clothes. It doesn’t fit me right. If my car is on fire after a crash I don’t want to be trapped in a seatbelt. I wasn’t traveling that far. Troopers that have worked the road for even a short period of time can easily recount having heard...
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AMERICAN PICKERS to Film in Indiana

April 22, 2017
AMERICAN PICKERS to Film in Indiana

American Pickets recently contacted the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce about another trip to Indiana.  As many know they were in Plymouth September 2015 and filmed a show featuring a local man. Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz plan to film episodes of the hit series AMERICAN PICKERS throughout the region in June 2017! AMERICAN PICKERS...
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Argos National Honor Society Inductees

April 22, 2017
Argos National Honor Society Inductees

The D. R. Rohrer Chapter of the Argos National Honor Society inducted seven new members on April 19, 2017.  This year’s inductees are (Front row from the left) Shandell Parker, Katie Dean, Kendall Carnes.  (Back row from left) Kalei Carlton, Hunter Vires, Jessica Bradley, Kendra Mark.
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Rees Theater Open House Saturday & Sunday 1-3

April 21, 2017
Rees Theater Open House  Saturday & Sunday 1-3

The public is invited to get an inner look at the Rees Theater this weekend during a special open house. The building in historic downtown Plymouth was built in 1865 and has been a theater since 1939.  Visitors will have the chance to get a behind the scenes look at the theater, from the...
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March 2017 Jail Report

April 20, 2017
March 2017 Jail Report

Operating While Intoxicated tops the list of reasons for being lodged in the Marshall County Jail in March.  Right behind OWI was Driving While Suspended and then Failure to Appear.  The fourth reason was Operator Never Licensed followed by Marijuana and Probation Violations at number six.  Possession of Cocaine or Meth was number seven...
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Kolesiak Construction Awarded Maintenance project on Elmer Seltenright Ditch

April 20, 2017
Kolesiak Construction Awarded Maintenance project on Elmer Seltenright Ditch

Kolesiak Construction was awarded the maintenance project for the Elmer Seltenright Ditch during this week’s County Drainage Board meeting. The maintenance project will clean and remove trees and de-brushing approximately 1400 fee of a portion of the Elmer Seltenright Ditch from 5A Road south along Michigan Road.  The remains are to be burned and...
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