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Class of 1944 Celebrates 70th Reunion

July 8, 2014
Class of 1944 Celebrates 70th Reunion

On June 19th thirteen members of the Plymouth High School Class of 1944 gathered at Christo’s Family Dining to celebrate their 70th class reunion. Classmates felt that having 13 of at least 20 was a pretty outstanding turnout.
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Governor Pence Declares Official Period of Mourning for Three Fallen Law Enforcement Officers

July 8, 2014
Governor Pence Declares Official Period of Mourning for Three Fallen Law Enforcement Officers

Indianapolis – Tuesday Governor Mike Pence declared an official period of mourning to honor the extraordinary loss of three Indiana law enforcement officers in the line of duty in the course of one week. Flags were lowered in Tipton County on Monday as Tipton County Deputy Sheriff Jacob Calvin was laid to rest. The...
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Stone Creek CEO & CFO Surrender at M.C. Jail

July 8, 2014
Stone Creek CEO & CFO Surrender at M.C. Jail

On June 27th arrest warrants were issued through Marshall County for former Stone Creek Home President and CEO 61 year old David Ferguson and the company’s CFO 70 year old Alan Donohue who operated a facility in Nebraska. The warrants were issued following a Grand Jury that was held earlier this year and handed...
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National Weather Service Confirms 3rd Tornado in Marshall County

July 7, 2014
National Weather Service Confirms 3rd Tornado in Marshall County

The National Weather Service has confirmed a third tornado touching down in Marshall County. County EMA Director Clyde Avery met with the Weather Service late last week and said they confirmed two tornado touchdowns in Plymouth. During Monday’s Commissioner meeting Avery said the National Weather Service confirmed a third. This third tornado was carry-over...
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Arrests by City Officers

July 7, 2014
Arrests by City Officers

07/08/14 On Wednesday, July 2nd at 9:35 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Jeremy Enyart conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that was reported as suspicious and possible narcotic activity at two local motels. The traffic stop was made for unsafe lane movement near North Michigan Street and Plymouth Goshen Trail. During the investigation the...
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A big welcome home

July 7, 2014
A big welcome home

Sean Flynn – 2nd Lt. in one of the armies heavy armor divisions and son of Dan Flynn of Plymouth and Sarah Klein Flynn of Fishers – was greeted with yellow ribbons on his return home for a short leave. Flynn is a graduate of West Point. He and his fellow tankers are tasked...
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7th Road Bridge Pilings Causing Over-run

July 7, 2014
7th Road Bridge Pilings Causing Over-run

Bart Trester from USI appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners Monday morning and again, he didn’t have good news on the 7th Road Project. They started the pilings for the bridge over the Seltenright Ditch and Trester said, “We’re having pile driving issues due to sandy soil conditions.” When they started the pile driving...
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City Water Main Flushing Underway

July 7, 2014
City Water Main Flushing Underway

The Plymouth Water Department began conducting the annual flushing of its water mains on Monday. Water main flushing may create temporary pressure fluctuations and discoloration of water. If your water should become discolored, the Plymouth Water Department asks you to please run your cold water for approximately 5 to 10 minutes. If the discolored...
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2014 Blueberry Festival Basket Now Available

July 7, 2014
2014 Blueberry Festival Basket Now Available

Larry O’Neal, Souvenir Chairman for the 2014 Marshall County Blueberry Festival announced this year’s Limited Edition Collector’s Basket on Thursday. A favorite of festival goers and basket collectors, the American Traditions Basket Company in Ohio expertly hand-weaves each basket out of the finest hardwood maple veneer and uses a honey maple stain and vegetable...
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The History of Ancilla College at Brown Bag Lunch

July 7, 2014
The History of Ancilla College at Brown Bag Lunch

Dr. Tom Buchanan, history professor and Marshall County Historical Society Board Member, will present “The History of Ancilla College” at the next Second Friday Brown Bag Lunch Event on July 11 from 12-1 at the Marshall County Museum in downtown Plymouth. Enjoy interesting historical tidbits from Ancilla’s humble beginnings to the expanded liberal arts...
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