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City Officers Make Arrests

August 15, 2012
City Officers Make Arrests

  08/16/12 Monday morning about 10 a.m. Plymouth Police Officer Mark Owen was dispatched to the Marshall County Probation Department in reference to a subject in the office having an active warrant.  21 year old Troy Siple of Bremen was arrested for two warrants for theft with a $2,000 cash bond. Tuesday night at...
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Four Amigos Exhibit at Life Enrichment Center

August 15, 2012
Four Amigos Exhibit at Life Enrichment Center

 08/16/12 The Life Enrichment Center at 1105 West Harrison Street in Plymouth will host a reception for the “Four Amigos” are exhibit this Sunday, August 19th from 2 to 4 p.m. The “Four Amigos” are Vickie Cook who does ceramic art, Lyn Fall who works in pastels, Vera Tiani who specializes in water colors...
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Blueberry Festival Selling Mega Passes & Pay One Price Wristbands

August 15, 2012
Blueberry Festival Selling Mega Passes & Pay One Price Wristbands

  08/16/12 What would a festival be without the fun of a great carnival? All Star Amusement provides the Blueberry Festival with the very best in “Iron in the Sky.” With thrilling rides for all ages the Carnival can truly be a family activity. The carnival runs all weekend long (see times listed below)....
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People’s University Fall Semester begins September 10

August 15, 2012
People’s University Fall Semester begins September 10

  08/16/12 People’s University is co-op of education designed to offer Marshall County residents an opportunity to engage in lifelong learning.  The class schedule includes all kinds of subjects, from science and technology to the arts, history, health and fitness.  Classes are open to anyone interested, and have nominal fees, if any. Last year,...
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PHS Football Season Tickets on Sale

August 15, 2012
PHS Football Season Tickets on Sale

 08/16/12 Season tickets for the Plymouth Rockies football games are on sale in the Plymouth High School Athletic Office thought Friday August 17th from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Season tickets are $30 with home games being this Friday with the opener against the Bremen Lions, Friday, August 31st against the Warsaw Tigers, Friday,...
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Registration for GED Classes August 20th

August 15, 2012
Registration for GED Classes August 20th

  08/16/12 The school year has started back up again.  As the kids head back to school may it’s time for you to go back and complete your GED.  The Adult Education Program offers free GED classes to prepare you to pass your GED so that you can accomplish your goals, find better jobs,...
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Triton Started School on Tuesday

August 15, 2012
Triton Started School on Tuesday

08/16-12 ” Haley Schafer enjoys presenting her drawing “All About Me” in Mrs. Beam’s kindergarten class at Triton Elementary School on Haley’s first day of school, Tuesday, August 14th.”
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Plymouth Speedway Crowns Season Champions

August 15, 2012
Plymouth Speedway Crowns Season Champions

08/16/12 Ironically, the top four finishers Friday night in the Outlaw Late Model division at Plymouth Speedway ended the race in the same order they finished the season. Veteran racer Brian Ross finally notched his first track championship, and also took the checkers Friday night. He was followed by Shawn Amor in second; Steve...
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Meth Lab Located in Garden Court West Apartment

August 14, 2012
Meth Lab Located in Garden Court West Apartment

  08/15/12 Tuesday morning about 11 a.m. officers from the Plymouth Police Department responded to Garden Court West on West Washington Street for a possible meth lab.   Arriving on the scene, Officer John Weir, Mark Owen and Shanna Gilmer gained entry into apartment number 32 and detained four people after they received consent...
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Plymouth School Board Sees Overview of 2012 ISTEP

August 14, 2012
Plymouth School Board Sees Overview of 2012 ISTEP

  08/15/12 The Plymouth School Board received an overview of the 2012 ISTEP scores during a regular meeting on August 7. Michele Riise, Director of Quality Programs, presented the corporation’s totals that showed both increases and decreases from 2011 scores. The scores are tabulated for grades 3-8. Although in past years, high school students...
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