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Distracted Driver Receives Minor Injuries in Crash

December 22, 2011
Distracted Driver Receives Minor Injuries in Crash

12/23/11 On Tuesday, December 20th at approximately 4:30pm, Patrolman Nicholas Laffoon with the Marshall County Police Department responded to an accident that was on the West County Line Road, just south of 8th Road. The driver of the 2011 Nissan Pro-4X SUV was Shane R. Jacobs 27 of Bremen.  He told Officer Laffoon that...
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Sharon Bryant Wins 3rd Chamber Basket

December 22, 2011
Sharon Bryant Wins 3rd Chamber Basket

12/23/11 The Plymouth Chamber announces the 3rd Christmas Basket winner is Sharon Bryant of Plymouth. Sharon registered at Walgreens. Pictured left Sharon’s grandson Chandlor Lamb and Sharon Bryant. The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce would like to thank all the members that contributed to this year’s Christmas Basket promotion: Arrow Services, Apex Therapy, Fitness Forum,...
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Ousnamer Arrested for OWI and Resisting

December 22, 2011
Ousnamer Arrested for OWI and Resisting

12/23/11   In the morning hours of Tuesday, December 20th around 7:00am, Marshall County Police Officer Joseph R. Giordano of the Marshall County Police Department attempted a traffic stop on a speeding vehicle traveling southbound on Michigan Street in Plymouth near Charles Street.  The vehicle failed to stop and after a short high speed pursuit,...
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Aviation Board Continues to Move On with Improvements

December 22, 2011
Aviation Board Continues to Move On with Improvements

12/23/11 The Plymouth Aviation Board continues to plan for the future needs of the airport. During a meeting on December 21, the board heard a report from Mark Shilling of Woolpert Inc., consultants for the board. Shilling reviewed the list of Capitol Improvement Projects (CIP) that will be submitted to the FAA. Among the...
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Plymouth Police Report

December 22, 2011
Plymouth Police Report

12/23/11  On Sunday, December 18th at approximately 8:30am, the Plymouth Police Department received a call from the Marshall County 911 Center stating that there was a domestic disturbance in the 300 block of West LaPorte Street.  Officer Chris Miller responded to the scene and conducted an investigation.   Aimee M. Flick 31, of Plymouth and...
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Disciple Youth Group Entertains at Miller’s

December 22, 2011
Disciple Youth Group Entertains at Miller’s

12/23/11 Residents of Miller’s Senior Living   Community in Plymouth have been very blessed during the month of December.  Many church groups, organizations and students have come to visit the res1dents and sing carols.  The groups have included Boy Scout Troops from Argos, churches from Argos and Plymouth. School groups from Riverside Intermediate School and...
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Redevelopment Commission Accepts Final Plans for River Park Square

December 21, 2011
Redevelopment Commission Accepts Final Plans for River Park Square

12/22/11 During a meeting on December 20, the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission voted in favor of accepting a final master plan for the proposed downtown park. Presenting the concept drawing to the members was Michael Reese of the Troyer Group. Reese said the Concept I out of a number of different drawings that seemed to...
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Send-off Ceremony Planned for National Guard Troops on January 4

December 21, 2011
Send-off Ceremony Planned for National Guard Troops on January 4

12/22/11 On January 4th members of Plymouth F.O.P. Lodge 195 1:00pm we will be participating in a deployment ceremony at the National Guard Armory in Plymouth for the 381st MP unit. Approximately 180 soldiers will be deploying from Indiana with nearly 90 soldiers leaving from Northern Indiana. Hurshel Hunter, President of Plymouth FOP said,...
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What can we do when it is cold and snowy outside?

December 21, 2011
What can we do when it is cold and snowy outside?

12/22/11 Indiana Conservation Officers would like to let the people of Indiana know that just because it is cold outside does not mean that they should stop recreating there.  With the coming of Christmas and Christmas break Conservation Officers are encouraging people to get out and enjoy nature whether at a State Park or...
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DONNELLY INTRODUCES BILL TO NOTIFY VETERANS OF A VA DATA BREACH IN A TIMELY MANNER

December 21, 2011
DONNELLY INTRODUCES BILL TO NOTIFY VETERANS OF A VA DATA BREACH IN A TIMELY MANNER

12/22/11 This week, Congressman Joe Donnelly introduced The Veterans Data Breach Timely Notification Act, H.R. 3730, which would require the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to notify veterans of a data breach of sensitive personal information within five business days, or, with an extension, ten business days.  The VA could use the extension in...
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