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Bremen Police Dept. Offers Lobby for Craigslist Transactions

July 27, 2015
Bremen Police Dept. Offers Lobby for Craigslist Transactions

The Bremen Police Department is dedicated to the safety and security of the public they serve. With the recent violence associated with Craigslist transactions, the Bremen Police Department would like to offer the police department lobby as a safe place to meet and conduct any in-person social media transactions. The Bremen Police Department recognizes...
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Coalman Arrested for Illegal Consumption of Alcohol

July 27, 2015
Coalman Arrested for Illegal Consumption of Alcohol

Thursday morning about 2:30 Plymouth Police Officers were dispatched to 320 Franklin Street in reference to a possible theft. Officer Paul Stamper responded and located 18 year old Shaquwan Coalmon of South Bend was located and found to be a minor consuming alcohol.  He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked in...
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Rockie Football Camp Underway this Week

July 27, 2015
Rockie Football Camp Underway this Week

The Plymouth Rockie Football Camp at Lincoln Jr. High got underway Monday at Lincoln Junior High. Coach John Barron said the camp had a record turnout this year!  45 kids showed up for the Youth Camp which is boys in grades 2nd through 6th graders. The boys participated in a skills camp. Jr. High students,...
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AVOID AREA: Complete Closures of U.S. 20 in South Bend for 20 Minute Intervals This Week

July 27, 2015
AVOID AREA: Complete Closures of U.S. 20 in South Bend for 20 Minute Intervals This Week

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces periodic 20 minute closures of U.S. 20, between Pine Road and W. Linwood Blvd, just west of the South Bend International Airport, beginning on Thursday, July 30th. The closures are necessary to ensure driver safety as crews remove nearly two dozen pieces of bridge beams for the U.S....
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Food Preservation Program at CUTPL

July 27, 2015
Food Preservation Program at CUTPL

Culver Union Township Public Library will host a Food Preservation program on Thursday, July 30, at 1:00 PM in the Carnegie Room in the lower level of the library. The program will help you enjoy your garden year-round! Learn more about food preservation with Karen Richey from the Marshall County Purdue Extension Office. This program is...
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James W. Rupard – 82 – from Plymouth

July 27, 2015
James W. Rupard – 82 – from Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Florence Fritter – 90 – from Walkerton

July 27, 2015
Florence Fritter – 90 – from Walkerton

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Humane Society to Host Singles Night on Friday…find a Furry Friend

July 26, 2015
Humane Society to Host Singles Night on Friday…find a Furry Friend

The Marshall County Human Society will host a brand-new event on Friday evening July 31st.  This is an extra special singles night for those looking for love, not love from a human but the love of a four-legged companion. This singles night is for singles looking for company from a furry friend from 6...
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June Activity Report for Plymouth P.D.

July 26, 2015
June Activity Report for Plymouth P.D.

Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon recently released the June activity report. In June the department handled 667 calls for information and officers responded to 437 complaints.  Plymouth police officers conducted 301 traffic stops, issued 212 citations and investigated 162 911 calls. City officers responded to 55 alarms and 37 animal complaints.  Officers did 43...
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Farmers’ Market Blood Drive a Success

July 26, 2015
Farmers’ Market Blood Drive a Success

The Mayor’s office in Plymouth recently hosted another blood drive during the Farmers’ Market. It is always a pleasure for our staff to work with you and the donors. MaryAnkrapp Blood Donor Recruitment Specialist for the South Bend Medical Foundation said, “During the summer months we typically experience blood shortages due to vacations and...
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