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Warsaw Man Arrested for Driving While Suspended

November 9, 2012
Warsaw Man Arrested for Driving While Suspended

  11/12/12  On Thursday, November 8th at 11:43 AM, Plymouth Police Officer John Weir initiated a traffic stop at 12B and US 30 on a vehicle for  an expired plate. Upon making contact with the driver, 29 year old Jeffery M. Lawton of Warsaw it was discovered that he was operating a vehicle while...
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City Meetings Monday Evening

November 9, 2012
City Meetings Monday Evening

  11/12/12 Plymouth City Council members will meet Monday night for their regular meetings. At 6:00 The Board of Public Works and Safety will meet. Their agenda includes opening quotes for street crack sealing and reports from department heads.  Also on the agenda is the city engineer with communication infrastructure installation for the Bowen...
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Veteran’s Day Service at PHS

November 9, 2012
Veteran’s Day Service at PHS

  11/12/12 About 1200 students and only a handful of citizens attended the Veteran’s Day Service at Plymouth High School Friday afternoon. Principal Jim Condon gave a brief history on the creation of Veteran’s Day originally known as Armistice Day. He also spoke of the sacrifices our veterans have made and said, “They deserve...
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Redevelopment Commission Approves $27,000 Change Order for Pine Road Well

November 9, 2012
Redevelopment Commission Approves $27,000 Change Order for Pine Road Well

  11/12/12 Members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission gathered for a special meeting Thursday evening to consider a major change order for the Pine Road Water Treatment Plant. Mark Sullivan, Project Manager from Commonwealth Engineers explained the situation the contractor has run into drilling the new wells.  The first well is down but the...
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PHS & School of Inquiry to Offer New Classes

November 9, 2012
PHS & School of Inquiry to Offer New Classes

11/12/12 Several new courses will be introduced at Plymouth High School and the Weidner School of Inquiry in the school year 2013-2014. PHS Principal Jim Condon presented an overview of the new offerings to the Plymouth School Board members on November 6. Condon said they plan to continue to offer Chinese I at both...
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6th Grade Basketball Teams Win over Walkerton

November 9, 2012

The 6th grade Riverside Rockets basketball team played Walkerton at home Thursday night at home. The A team improved their record to 2-0 after defeating Walkerton by a score of 45 to 11. Cam Dennie had 13 points, Larry Dragani 10, Evan Zeigler 6, Chapman Yoder, Cole Filson and Clay Hilliard with 4, and...
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County K-9 Fund Receives Donation

November 9, 2012
County K-9 Fund Receives Donation

  11/12/12 The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office announced Friday a generous donation from Midwest Underground, Inc. of East Moline, IL.   Representatives from Midwest recently learned the value of trained dogs in law enforcement from Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy Jeff Sharp.  Midwest Underground was so impressed they donated $1,000.00 to the K-9 fund to help...
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Culver Commited to Providing Equal Access to All

November 9, 2012
Culver Commited to Providing Equal Access to All

11/12/12 The American Disabilities Act Transition Plan is the Town of Culver’s commitment to providing equal access to all of its public programs, services, facilities, and activities for citizens with disabilities. To develop this plan, the Town of Culver has undertaken a comprehensive evaluation of its facilities and programs to determine what types of...
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Farm Bureau survey shows that classic Thanksgiving dinner costs a little more in 2012

November 9, 2012
Farm Bureau survey shows that classic Thanksgiving dinner costs a little more in 2012

  11/12/12 The cost for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner including turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie and all the usual trimmings increased slightly this year, according to an informal survey of grocery store prices conducted by Indiana Farm Bureau. The survey, which has been conducted annually in Indiana since 1993, indicated that the cost for this...
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Drivers should be aware of deer this fall

November 9, 2012
Drivers should be aware of deer this fall

11/12/12 Fall is peak season for deer-related vehicle accidents and motorists should remember to drive defensively. “Nearly 50 percent of all vehicle accidents involving white-tailed deer occur between October and December, with November by far the worst month,” said Chad Stewart, deer research biologist for the DNR. The main reason for deer collisions is...
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