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Tower Manufacturer Moving Texas Operations to Indiana

May 15, 2014
Tower Manufacturer Moving Texas Operations to Indiana

Nello Corporation, Inc., a global designer and fabricator of galvanized steel towers and poles, announced plans today to relocate its Fort Worth, Texas operations to Indiana, creating up to 639 new jobs by 2023. The South Bend-headquartered company plans to invest millions of dollars to move its Texas operations to a 200,000 square-foot facility...
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Plymouth Farmers’ Market Features Music and Blueberry Sculptures

May 15, 2014
Plymouth Farmers’ Market Features Music and Blueberry Sculptures

 This Saturday’s Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM) will feature music by the Webster and Menominee Elementary Schools under the direction of Bob Pickell at 9 a.m.   Also planned is the reveal of the giant blueberry sculptures that will be popping up in and around Plymouth and Marshall County. Opening day last Saturday was spectacular with...
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Shine & Show at Plymouth VFW Saturday

May 15, 2014
Shine & Show at Plymouth VFW Saturday

Plymouth VFW Post 1162 at 606 Lake Avenue in Plymouth will host a Shine and Show Car Show this Saturday.  If you have pride in your ride, antique, custom, sport, car, truck, or bike….bring it to Post 1162 for a meet and greet.  There’s no judging and no entry fee, just a time to...
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Triton Reading STARS

May 15, 2014
Triton Reading STARS

This picture of Triton Elementary School students shows those students who had the Most Improved Reading Composite Score from the middle of this school year to the end of the year: Seated:  Avery Viers (kindergarten), Skylee Schuh (grade 1), Austin Kanczuzewski (grade 4), Caitlin Neer (grade 5); Standing:  Maddie Morris (grade 6), D’Angelo Holland...
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PHS Boys summer soccer camp

May 15, 2014

Dates and Time: Monday June 23 through Friday June 27 3:00PM – 5:00PM for boys entering grades 1st through 8th in the fall of 2014. Camp Director: Josh Martin, Plymouth High School Varsity coach – 17 years combined experience at high school, youth, and travel level and holds NSCAA youth diploma and regional diploma...
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Earl Gaerte Classic to Feature SOD Sprints and Special Guests

May 15, 2014
Earl Gaerte Classic to Feature SOD Sprints and Special Guests

The Earl Gaerte Classic will be one to remember this Saturday, May 17 at Plymouth Speedway. Not only will the Winged Outlaw Sprints on Dirt (SOD) Series drivers be racing their Winged Sprints, they will welcome 2001 World of Outlaws Champion, Danny Lasoski as a fellow competitor.  He will be driving the No. 11M...
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Bremen Officer Stops Vehicle with Kidnapped Victim from Elkhart

May 14, 2014
Bremen Officer Stops Vehicle with Kidnapped Victim from Elkhart

On Wednesday May 14, at about 4:45 a.m. Officer Nick Young, of the Bremen Police Department, was on regular patrol in the area of State Road 311 and State Road 106 in Bremen when he observed a vehicle traveling southbound on State Road 331. Officer Young observed a female passenger hanging out the driver’s...
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Judge Rejects Wallace’s Plea Agreement

May 14, 2014
Judge Rejects Wallace’s Plea Agreement

  48 year old Margo Wallace of Plymouth was scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday in Marshall Superior Court 1 for allegedly burning the feet of her 7 year old granddaughter in the bathtub on March 30, 2013.   Following an investigation by the Plymouth Police Department Wallace was arrested on June 7, 2013 for neglect...
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Two Arrested on Meth Charges Following Traffic Stop

May 14, 2014
Two Arrested on Meth Charges Following Traffic Stop

05/15/14  On Wednesday, May 14th at 12:28 A.M. an officer with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department  conducted a traffic stop at US 31 and US 6 in LaPaz for an equipment violation.  The driver of the vehicle, 24 year old Joshua R Ramirez of Walkerton was found to have a suspended driver’s license.  During...
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City to Spend Additional $300,000 on Street Projects

May 14, 2014
City to Spend Additional $300,000 on Street Projects

  Monday evening members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety approved the proposed list of street projects set forth by Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt and City Engineer Rick Gaul.    The extreme winter took its toll on the city streets.  Although the city has already spent this year’s budget on a...
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