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Plymouth Chamber announces Retail Trick or Treat on October 27

October 24, 2012
Plymouth Chamber announces Retail Trick or Treat on October 27

  10/25/12 Get your costumes ready for Halloween is creeping up on us fast!  The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its Annual Retail “Trick or Treat” Saturday October 27, 2012 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm. Join the festivities for tasty treats in historic downtown Plymouth.  “We want to provide a fun and safe...
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Suspects Arrested on Warrants by City Officers

October 24, 2012
Suspects Arrested on Warrants by City Officers

  10/25/12  On Monday, October 22nd at 11:49 AM Plymouth Police Officer John Weir conducted a traffic stop on 44 year old Ronald Scott of Plymouth for an equipment violation. After further investigation it was discovered that Mr. Scott had an active warrant out of Kosciusko County for Criminal Conversion. Scott was taken into...
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Statement by Candidates on Mourdock’s Comments

October 24, 2012
Statement by Candidates on Mourdock’s Comments

  10/25/12 The Joe Donnelly campaign released this statement following the debate: “I think rape is a heinous and violent crime in every instance,” said Donnelly. “The God I believe in and the God I know most Hoosiers believe in, does not intend for rape to happen—ever. What Mr. Mourdock said is shocking, and...
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Arrests by City Police Officers

October 24, 2012
Arrests by City Police Officers

 10/25/12  On Monday, October 22nd at 8:41 PM Officer Jordan Rans with the Plymouth Police Department responded to US 30 and Oak Drive after a report of  an intoxicated driver traveling east on US 30 from Pioneer Drive. Office Rans located and stopped the vehicle driven by 24 year old Jessika M. Grady of...
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Oliver Ford Drive One for Community to Benefit United Way

October 24, 2012
Oliver Ford Drive One for Community to Benefit United Way

    10/25/12 Oliver Ford Lincoln is getting ready to embark on yet another Drive One ….but this time it’s an all new event to the Ford Motor Company and Oliver Ford. Jennifer Houin from Oliver Ford explained, “This is the very first year that Ford Motor Company has had this event to help...
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Clara Hansen – 89 – of Culver

October 24, 2012

Funeral arrangements are pending at the Odom Funeral Home in Culver.
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Public Helps on Comprehensive Plan Update Process

October 23, 2012
Public Helps on Comprehensive Plan Update Process

  10/24/12 More than two dozen people attended the City’s comprehensive plan public workshop Tuesday evening at the Life Enrichment Center.74 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter welcomed those in attendance and said that he and representatives from Ratio had met with stakeholders earlier in the day.  Stakeholders included those in the real-estate and construction, industrial...
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Museum to Host Open House for 4-H Drill Team

October 23, 2012
Museum to Host Open House for 4-H Drill Team

   10/24/12 Although former Marshall County 4-H Drill Team and Color Guard leader, Harry Eskridge, didn’t learn to ride a horse until he was an adult, riding became a passion he shared for 18 years. Now the accomplishments of the teams he and others led over the years can be seen in a unique...
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Plymouth Man Injured in Motorcycle Crash with Deer

October 23, 2012
Plymouth Man Injured in Motorcycle Crash with Deer

  10/24/12  On Sunday, October 21st Patrolman Les McFarland with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to Peach and 19th Roads in reference to a motorcycle accident.  44 year old Terrance A. Robbins of Plymouth the driver of a 1982 Harley-Davidson Motorcycle said he was traveling southbound on Peach Road when a deer entered...
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City Engineer Presents 2010 & 2011 MS4 Report

October 23, 2012
City Engineer Presents 2010 & 2011 MS4 Report

  10/24/12 Plymouth City Engineer Rick Gaul presented the MS4 2-year(2010 & 2011) annual report to members of the Board of Public Works and Safety Monday evening. There are six basic areas the report looks at including: Public Education and Outreach, Public Participation and Involvement, Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination, Construction Site Storm Water...
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