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Plymouth Board of Public Works & Safety Conducts Enforcement Hearing on Unsafe Structure

April 27, 2016
Plymouth Board of Public Works & Safety Conducts Enforcement Hearing on Unsafe Structure

Members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety conducted an enforcement hearing during their meeting on Monday evening for an unsafe structure on the property located at 415 Conger Street. City Building Commissioner Keith Hammonds told the board the outbuilding has trees and brush growing in and around it and it appears...
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March 2016 Monthly Fire Report

April 27, 2016
March 2016 Monthly Fire Report

Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller recently presented the March Activity Report to members of the Board of Public Works and Safety. There were a total of 164 alarm situations between the fire and EMS.  126 of those calls were for emergency medical incidents and 10 were medical assists.  Emergency crews responded to 1 combustible...
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Absentee Voting Ahead of 2014

April 27, 2016
Absentee Voting Ahead of 2014

Absentee voter turnout for the May primary is “really good” according the Marshall County Clerk Treasurer Deb VanDeMark. During Tuesday’s Election Board meeting VanDeMark told members Rick Huff and Sean Surrisi that as of that morning they had 133 travel board votes, 217 mail ins, 534 walk-in in the Clerk’s office and 44 people...
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Lake Maxinkuckee Summer History Cruise Dates, Themes Announced

April 27, 2016
Lake Maxinkuckee Summer History Cruise Dates, Themes Announced

Culver Marina’s history boat cruises take attendees on a unique, “up close and personal” journey through the history of Lake Maxinkuckee and the area with host Jeff Kenney, Culver Citizen newspaper editor, Culver Academies Museum curator, and local historian. A light meal with non-alcoholic beverages will be provided for all on the cruise, and...
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Jordan Received Endorsement from Indiana Manufacturers Assoc.

April 27, 2016
Jordan Received Endorsement from Indiana Manufacturers Assoc.

The Indiana Manufacturers Association (IMA) and its political Action committee (IMPAC) are pleased to announce, by a unanimous vote, the  endorsed of  Jack Jordan for the Republican nomination in the May 3rd Primary Election for the District 17 Indiana House of Representatives seat. The Indiana Manufactures Association said, “We have examined the candidates in...
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Fetrow Arrested for OWI and DWS with a Prior

April 27, 2016
Fetrow Arrested for OWI and DWS with a Prior

Plymouth Police arrested 34 year old Benji D. Fetrow of Plymouth on Tuesday night following a traffic stop at Western Avenue and Hoham. Just before 9 Officer Stuart Krynock stopped Fetrow for a traffic infraction and discovered that he was driving under the influence of alcohol. After taking a chemical test at the Plymouth...
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Argos Woman Arrested on Probation Violation

April 27, 2016
Argos Woman Arrested on Probation Violation

21 year old Randa L. Jones of Argos was arrested Monday afternoon at the Marshall County Probation Department. Plymouth Police were dispatched to the department after it was confirmed that Jones had a probation violation.  The was booked into the County Jail on a $500 cash bond.     Listeners and readers are reminded...
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Wine Tasting to Benefit Songbirds of Northern Indiana

April 27, 2016
Wine Tasting to Benefit Songbirds of Northern Indiana

Songbirds of Northern Indiana will host a celebration of their 10th year in service on Friday, April 29th at the Conservation Club House in Plymouth. The event is a wine tasting fundraiser from 4:30 until 8 p.m. The purpose of the fundraiser is to raise funds for a building to rehabilitate America’s backyard birds; migratory, woodland and...
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19 Colleges Participate in Ancilla Transfer Fair

April 27, 2016
19 Colleges Participate in Ancilla Transfer Fair

The word is out about record-growth at Ancilla College and 19 colleges and universities are on board, turning out for a transfer fair Wednesday, April 27. Brian Welch, Ancilla associate dean of student success and retention, explained the fair kicks off Ancilla’s transfer pathway program to any of the 19 colleges and universities in...
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David W. Bottorff – 63 – from Walkerton

April 27, 2016

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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