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July Activity Report for the M.C. Sheriff’s Department

August 16, 2012
July Activity Report for the M.C. Sheriff’s Department

  08/17/12 Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin released the July activity report. There were 202 jail bookings last month with the Marshall County Sheriff’s police officers arresting 40 males and 9 females.  Plymouth Police officers arrested 16 males and 4 females last month while Bremen Officers arrested 9 males and Argos officers arresting 3...
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Historic Register Honorees Recognized at State Fair

August 16, 2012
Historic Register Honorees Recognized at State Fair

  08/17/12 Indiana properties that have been placed on the State and National historic registers since April 2011 were honored by DNR Division of Historic Preservation & Archaeology (DHPA) on Aug. 9, Hoosier Heritage Day at the Indiana State Fair. The ceremony took place at the DNR Amphitheater, an outdoor facility on the fairgrounds...
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County Council Denies Sheriff’s Request to Change from Chief Deputy to Captain Mid-year

August 16, 2012
County Council Denies Sheriff’s Request to Change from Chief Deputy to Captain Mid-year

  08/17/12 On Monday, Marshall County Council members denied the request of Sheriff Tom Chamberlin to amend the salary ordinance and change back from a Chief Deputy to a captain for his department. The current chief deputy, Ron Babcock was hired in May 2011 and will be retiring from the department on September 14....
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PHS Boys Soccer Team Ribeye Sandwich Fundraiser Saturday

August 16, 2012
PHS Boys Soccer Team Ribeye Sandwich Fundraiser Saturday

  08/17/12  The 2012 Plymouth High School Boys Soccer team will host a Ribeye Sandwich fundraiser on Saturday, August 18th from 11am to 2pm at Homemade to Go by Hoosier Catering located at 122 South Michigan Street.   The cost of the sandwich is $7.50 for the southside grilled ribeye sandwich on a hoagie bun...
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Irving Berlin Review, I Love a Piano, A “Tour of Musical Americana

August 16, 2012
Irving Berlin Review, I Love a Piano, A “Tour of Musical Americana

  08/17/12 He’s considered one of the greatest songwriters in American History and his story is coming to the Wagon Wheel Theatre August 15-25.  It’s called I Love a Piano.  The incomparable Irving Berlin wrote over fifteen hundred songs in his lifetime, including scores for nineteen Broadway shows and eighteen Hollywood films.  He charted...
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CIty’s K-9 Rex Retires

August 15, 2012
CIty’s K-9 Rex Retires

  08/16/12 Plymouth Police Chief Jim Cox told the Board of Public Works and Safety that K-9 Rex served his last final day as an officer for the City of Plymouth on August 13th. Eight and a half year old, K-9 Rex has been with the department for five years partnering with Officer John...
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Statement Regarding Incident at Garden Court West

August 15, 2012
Statement Regarding Incident at Garden Court West

08/16/12 The following statement from Reverend Dr. Ronald W. Liechty, President of Garden Court, Inc., addresses the August 14 incident at Garden Court West Apartments: On Monday, August 13 a maintenance employee of Garden Court West Apartments witnessed an unknown individual placing trash in the property’s dumpster. Not recognizing the individual to be a...
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City Council Approves Additional Approprations

August 15, 2012
City Council Approves Additional Approprations

  08/16/12 A public hearing was held during the Plymouth Common Council meeting Monday night for several additional appropriations. A $32,000 additional was requested by the Building Commission so the city can begin the process of updating and revising the City’s current Comprehensive Plan. The plan was created in 2003 by Ratio Architects.  It...
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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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