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Robert P. Weaver – 82 – from Plymouth

October 20, 2015
Robert P. Weaver – 82 – from Plymouth

Click the Johnson-Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Ribbon Cutting for Freedom Park

October 20, 2015
Ribbon Cutting for Freedom Park

Tuesday evening Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter cut the ribbon on the all-inclusive playground call Freedom Park in Packard Woods. The playground that will allow all children to play together was the dream of Tony Gamble who has a child with disabilities.  He approached Mayor Senter 7 years ago with the idea and a committee...
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Commissioners Pass Horse-Drawn Vehicle Licensing Ordinance

October 20, 2015
Commissioners Pass Horse-Drawn Vehicle Licensing Ordinance

During Monday’s Marshall County Commissioner meeting an ordinance to provide for licensing of horse-drawn vehicles passed on first reading. The county has seen an increase in costs of road maintenance and felt now was the time to start looking for additional funding sources.  The commissioners have been shown proof of damages to county roads...
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PHS Marching Band Earns Gold Rating With Distinction, Moving on to Semi State

October 19, 2015
PHS Marching Band Earns Gold Rating With Distinction, Moving on to Semi State

On Saturday, October 17th, the Plymouth High School Marching Band took the field at Scheumann Stadium at Lafayette Jefferson High School for the Indiana State School Music Association’s Regional marching band competition. The “Pride of Plymouth” performed last at the event and brought the stadium to their feet with their performance of their show...
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Fort Wayne Man Arrested After Driving 90 MPH on US 30

October 19, 2015
Fort Wayne Man Arrested After Driving 90 MPH on US 30

A traffic stop on US 30 Sunday evening lands a Fort Wayne man in jail. About 5:45 Sunday, October 18th, County Officer Wozniak conducted a traffic stop on a 2001 black Ford Mustang, that was traveling in excess of 90 MPH on US 30, near Gumwood Road. The driver of the vehicle, 22 year...
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Olivia Ketcham Escapes Lawful Detention

October 19, 2015
Olivia Ketcham Escapes Lawful Detention

Shortly after midnight Sunday, 20 year old, Olivia Ketcham, who resides on Plymouth-Goshen Trail in Plymouth removed her ankle bracelet from home detention and fled from her residence. Olivia Ketcham is described as a white female, 5`1″; 160 pounds with blonde and blue hair that is dyed a purple color. It is believed she...
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Papa Johns & M.C. Blueberry Festival Team Up for Fireworks Fundraiser

October 19, 2015
Papa Johns & M.C. Blueberry Festival Team Up for Fireworks Fundraiser

Marshall County Blueberry Festival and Papa John’s Pizza in Plymouth have teamed up to “Raise Funds for the 50th Annual Blueberry Fireworks Celebration!” Order your favorites from Papa John’s Pizza on the first and third Monday of each month, mention the Blueberry Festival and 20% of your order will be donated to the Marshall...
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Plymouth Man Arrested by LaPaz Police

October 19, 2015
Plymouth Man Arrested by LaPaz Police

On Thursday, October 15th, LaPaz police initiated a traffic stop on a passenger vehicle traveling southbound on Michigan Road at Vintage Street for a speed violation. The driver, 37 year old Michael Small of Plymouth was found to have a suspended license with prior convictions.  He also had a warrant issued for his arrest...
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Oliver Ford Supports Triton High School Athletics

October 19, 2015
Oliver Ford Supports Triton High School Athletics

Andrew O’Connor was the winner of the Oliver Ford and Drew Westafer drawing at the Triton High School Homecoming football game. Andrew won $100!  Thanks to Oliver Ford and Drew Westafer for supporting Triton Athletics!
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Enhanced Fire Danger… Avoid Burning… Dry & Windy Conditions

October 19, 2015
Enhanced Fire Danger… Avoid Burning… Dry & Windy Conditions

The National Weather Service in Northern Indiana has issued a special weather statement advising of the enhanced risk for fire danger this afternoon and into this evening. There is an increased risk for grass, brush and field fires to spread out of control and burning is not recommended. Afternoon temperatures are expected to climb...
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