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City Board of Public Works & Safety Project Update

September 23, 2014
City Board of Public Works & Safety Project Update

During Monday’s Board of Public Works and Safety Meeting Councilman Shawn Grobe said the Superintendent of Schools has decided against a 2 hour parking restriction on Gibson Street at the Lincoln Junior High School. Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson gave several project updates. The Beerenbrook and Jefferson Street Storm Sewer Project has approximately 1,700 feet...
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World Series of Dirt Coming to Plymouth Speedway

September 23, 2014
World Series of Dirt Coming to Plymouth Speedway

Drivers in seven classes of racing will compete in the World Series of Dirt on October 3rd and 4th at the Plymouth Speedway. The fastest dirt track in Northern Indiana will host the championship for the Sprints on Dirt Series. The last time these drivers raced at the Playground of Power current points leader...
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Manhunt put Walkerton Schools on Lock Down

September 23, 2014
Manhunt put Walkerton Schools on Lock Down

A man was arrested on Tuesday after a manhunt in St. Joseph County. Walkerton Police had been searching for Brian Edington, wanted on several warrants, since 11:30 a.m. A Walkerton officer got a tip that Edington was at a specific house. As the police officer arrived at the home, Edington fled out the back...
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Lolmaugh Arrested for Conspiracy to Manufacture

September 23, 2014
Lolmaugh Arrested for Conspiracy to Manufacture

 On Saturday, September 20th at 9:20 A.M. Plymouth Police Officer Bridget Hite responded to 1687 North Michigan Street Lot 168 after receiving information of an illegal drug lab. Arriving on scene the officer’s observed 26 year old Adam Lolmaugh who resided at the location holding a plastic bag in his hand and walking to...
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Weekend Arrests by County Police

September 23, 2014
Weekend Arrests by County Police

Marshall County Police made several arrests over the weekend. Early Saturday morning about one they arrested 21 year old Jordan Patterson and 21 year old Devonta Barnes both of Fort Wayne for possession of marijuana. Patterson was held on a $755 cash bond while Barnes had a bond of $505. About 2 Saturday morning...
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Auto Park & Advanced Auto to Provide Student Fan Bus to Concord Football Game

September 23, 2014
Auto Park & Advanced Auto to Provide Student Fan Bus to Concord Football Game

Plymouth High School Rockie Football mom, Laura Mann has exciting news for PHS students and fans. Advance Auto Parts and The Auto Park are sponsoring two fan buses to the Rockies vs Concord football game on Friday, October 3rd!!! There is NO CHARGE to ride the fan bus, that cost is being covered by...
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Deadline is Oct. 31 for Big Tree Register Submissions

September 23, 2014
Deadline is Oct. 31 for Big Tree Register Submissions

The 2012 drought and other circumstances have knocked some of Indiana’s state champion trees out of contention for the 2015 Big Tree Register. Published every five years, the register is a list of the largest known native trees in the state, known as state champion trees. The DNR is accepting nominations for the 2015...
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Mayor Pays Tribute to Retiring Clerk Treasurer Toni Hutchings

September 23, 2014
Mayor Pays Tribute to Retiring Clerk Treasurer Toni Hutchings

Prior to the close of the Plymouth Common Council meeting Monday evening Mayor Mark Senter commented on the recent announcement that Clerk Treasurer Toni Hutchings will be retiring at the end of the month. He said, “On January 1, 1996 the City of Plymouth changed in a very positive way. Madam Clerk-Treasurer Toni Hutchings...
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Bremen Investigation Leads to Arrest of 2

September 22, 2014
Bremen Investigation Leads to Arrest of 2

After a lengthy investigation by the Bremen Police Department, on Saturday September 20 at about 2:00pm 56 year old Beverly Little and 55 year old Shelly Harner both of Bremen were incarcerated at the Marshall County Jail on a complaint of Dealing in a Controlled Substance. They were each held on $5,005 cash bond...
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School Count Day Info for Argos and Bremen

September 22, 2014
School Count Day Info for Argos and Bremen

The first of two official school count days for the 2014-2015 school year was held on Friday, September 12. The official count day is on the 2nd Friday after Labor Day each year. On that designated day each year, schools must submit their documented enrollments to the state. Enrollments are one of the factors...
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